No Name-Calling Week and a special Twitter Chat on how to bring one to your school

Because most bullying happens outside of classrooms, No Name-Calling Week is most effective as a school wide project. Though classroom activities are at the heart of the program, making your entire school—instead of an individual classroom—a name-calling free zone will strengthen the program message and dramatically increase the safety and well-being of students.

A school wide No Name-Calling Week means school wide involvement—from students, administrators, teachers, family members and staff. 

Join my friend, Cindy Morton (For High School Counselors) and co-host, Dr. Roselind Bogner, for their second Peer Helper Chat.  Topics will include a discussion on how schools can organize a No Name Calling Week Campaign.  Come with your ideas, activities, and questions!  Please join in whether you have a peer helper program or you just want to share your ideas.

No Name Calling Week

 January 19-23, 2015

For more information on activities and lesson plans download the kit:

Peer Helper Chat

January 14, 2015

8:30 EST

Twitter  #peerprograms

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