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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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Memorial School "Catches" Nice Students

Students at the Memorial School in Medfield are on the alert because they know that they could get called out for their behavior at any time. When they make a good choice or do something nice for[...]

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Jaworek School Integrates Choose To Be Nice into Classroom Activities

When it came time to pick the next “high five” winner in her classroom, Jaworek Elementary School first grade teacher Justina Mailly turned to her students. She asked them to not only name someone[...]

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Featured School: Riverview Elementary School, Marion, IN

Riverview Elementary School is an urban school with 415 students in preschool through 4th grade. Principal Lendon Schwartz introduced the Choose To Be Nice SEL School Program as a way to focus on[...]

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A Choose To Be Nice Treasure Hunt

  The Charlton Elementary School Choose To Be Nice Club has many creative events that show students how to be kind. The goal is to have fun while learning about kindness and putting those lessons[...]

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