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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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Maintaining Real-World Interactions in a Digital Age

A group of six tweens sits together in a restaurant. Every one of them is staring at a device in their hand that is their doorway into a vast, largely unregulated virtual world. There, they can check[...]

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An October Tour of the Choose To Be Nice Schools

Our schools were busy in October launching their Choose To Be Nice Programs and setting up the activities that will teach students about making the choices that will create a lasting culture of[...]

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Schools Launch Choose To Be Nice SEL Programs

It's so exciting when students return to school after the summer break and catch up with friends, meet new teachers and settle into the classroom. There is an energy of renewed enthusiasm as students[...]

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CTBN Enters Partnership With The NAESP

Choose To Be Nice Announces Partnership with the National Association of Elementary School Principals

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Harvey Silver Linings

School started in Port Aransas Independent School District, a small public school district on the coast of Texas known for its Legacy of Excellence, on Monday, August 21, 2017. The week before, at[...]

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Choose To Be Nice Club

by Lori Pacheco

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The Thurston Middle School Choose To Be Nice Club Chooses To Be Nice, Of Course!

Members of The Thurston Middle School Choose To Be Nice Club.

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CTBN Fundraiser Helps "A Bed for Every Child Initiative"

You can Choose To Be Nice in all sorts of ways. People Choose To Be Nice in many different languages, using different actions, exploring different feelings and emotions. Choosing To Be Nice can even[...]

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The Charlton CTBN Club In Action

Charlton Elementary is well on its way to Choose To Be Nice on a daily basis.  The newly formed Choose To Be Nice Club with its 14 first grade members recently visited a local senior community home[...]

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