Grade School Principal Relies on Students to Build Cycle of Nice

On any given day, a lonely child quietly waiting for the end of recess might go unnoticed on a busy playground.

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New Jersey Students Practice Team Work and Helping Community

Students usually avoid a trip to the principal’s office, but recently a group from St. John the Apostle School couldn’t get there fast enough. And no one was more surprised than the principal herself.

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Middle School Uses Choose To Be Nice to Build Unity

Middle school students sometimes act sillier than they should and when they do, accidents can happen. Like spilling coffee all over a piece of artwork that their teacher had spent a long time on.

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Conflict Resolution in the Classroom

A group of children sits together coloring at a table. One child grabs a crayon that another was reaching for. Perhaps it was intentional, perhaps not. What determines the outcome is how the second[...]

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10 Ways to Choose To Be Nice this Summer

All year long students have been learning about Choose To Be Nice in their schools. They've heard about the choice they have in how they react to others and they've been introduced to the nine values[...]

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