Erase The Hate Week is our annual event celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and appreciating our differences. We’re celebrating this year from Friday 9/21 daily through Monday 10/1 with a different theme, video, and activities each day, so join us to help build our best school climate! Here’s our introductory SchoolMessenger notice and our kickoff video.
Monday 9/24 Power of the Bystander — Different is Cool!
Tuesday 9/25 Meanness Visible
Wednesday 9/26 Meanness Overwhelms (flip negatives to positives)
Thursday 9/27 Ask The Question
Friday 9/28 Mix It Up At Lunch
Monday 10/01 World Blue Shirt Day for Bullying Prevention Counselors on News, Video .
Erase The Hate Week is RBSMS’ annual event celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and appreciating differences with daily different themes, videos, and activities to help us all build the best school climate possible!
9/25’s theme: Meanness Visible: don’t judge people by their appearances. All lunches have an activity in the cafeteria, including pledges to #JustSayHello #seeTheFaceNotTheRace #SeeTheAbleNotTheLabel and #EraseTheHateRBSMS
Erase The Hate Week is RBSMS’ annual event celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and appreciating our differences. Starting 9/21-10/1, each day has a different theme, video, and activities to help us al build the best school climate possible!
Monday 9/24’s theme: Power of the Bystander — Different is Cool!
Today’s Remind messages, news message & video, ACT time video, and teacher-led ACT discussion all focused on the power of the bystander to intervene (4D’s were taught during Counselor lessons: Direct the bully to stop, Distract the bully, Delegate an adult to intervene, Delay – check back on victim, ensure they’re ok.
Erase The Hate Week is our annual event celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and appreciating our differences. We’re celebrating this year from Friday 9/21 daily through Monday 10/1 with a different theme, video, and activities each day to help us build the best school climate possible!
The month of April is just around the corner and April is a month dedicated to several worthy causes including National Autism Aw
areness Month as w
ell as National Youth Violence Prevention Month.
RBSMS will participate in the “Spread the Word to End the Word” campaign to educate why the R-word (retard/retarded) is hurtful to those with intellectual disabilities and their families. We will have activities during the week of April 2nd (which happens to be World Autism Awareness Day) through April 6th.
And the winners of the End the R-Word at RBSMS are:
Nijia Orlandi Breanne Rood Qixalia Howard Destiny Williams Ryan Glover Adam Stringer Josh Pellegrino Kamil Mehrab Emily Kirk Alyssa Baker Jacob Smith
Amelia Palmer Tyler Davis Alyzisha Rodriguez Kelianexis Rodriguez Victoria Smith Hezekiah Patterson Javonte Robinson Lillian Rap Angel Rodriguez Ta’mya Floyd
C lunch: Tiffany Reynolds Lara Velazquez Melodylyn Yazell Alyssa Schroeder LeAnn Sears Marcos Gonzalez Travin Lee Layla Laezza Logan Williams Timberly Steward Caleb Garcia
Because these winners could:
answer trivia about this week’s videos,
cite the purpose of the campaign,
explain the importance of inclusion, and
list ways to intervene if another person did use the r-word slur
These students signed the pledge banner, wore the Spread The Word bracelet, and won the I Pledge to Respect Everyone t-shirt.