Kids and Teen Programs

Girls Talk

Students will identify their own rare qualities, discover their value, understand what makes them unique and special, and the value that they bring to society. Know how to incorporate leadership skills in the home, school and among their peers. You really don’t have to be a “mean girl”.

Boy Talk

Did you know you were born to lead? slider_laptopStudents will identify their leadership style, what makes them unique and special, the value they bring to society and how they can incorporate their leadership skills in the home, school and among their peers. Speak with confidence, respect others and you will stand out above the crowd..

Communication

Students will understand the importance of first impressions. Through small group discussions, and role plays students will be able to apply skills such as Losing the “huh” and the “what” when in conversation, Writing versus texting, Eye Contact, Personal Space, Initiating Conversation and the importance of saying Thank you and I apologize . (grades 7-12 will practice filling out applications)

Smart Traits for Life

Students will develop a sense of purpose by participating in a curriculum titled “I’m INSPIRED to be my best” as students examine concepts such as courage, confidence, self-control, patience, generosity, and perseverance they will commit to being their absolute best in anything they set out to accomplish.

What’s on your plate? Making Healthy Choices

Research shows that obesity is at an alarming rate. This is something that can be stopped with education. This course will teach students how to read labels, the importance of portion control, exercise, water versus sugary drinks, identifying carbohydrates and other nutritional tips. This is sure to give students awareness as it relates to making healthier eating choices.

 

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All sessions, descriptions, and services updated as of August 2015

If schools were permitted to have just one training, this is the one!

This training will help to raise test scores for your students, decrease discipline challenges, and improve classroom rapport. You will learn how to meet students where they are and lead them where they need to be, capture attention, and promote deeper learning.