Thunder Hill Elementary School is proudly joining schools nationwide in an effort to promote kindness, acceptance, and respect. We will be encouraging kindness over the next few weeks by participating in two positive and proactive bully prevention initiatives: National No Name Calling Week, January 21 – 25 and The Great Kindness Challenge, January 28 – Feb. 1
National No Name Calling Week is a week designed to create safe schools free of name calling and bullying. The national theme this year is #KindnessInAction with the idea being putting kindness into action rather than just recognizing kindness.
The Great Kindness Challenge is one week dedicated to creating a culture of kindness on campuses nationwide. Students will receive Kindness Challenge brochure to encourage acts of kindness. Please encourage your child to participate and complete the Be a Friend BINGO challenge. Completed BINGO brochures can be returned to Mrs. Reeb. J For more information, visit: thegreatkindnesschallenge.org
For the next couple of weeks, we will continue sharing kindness actions that are happening at Thunder Hill. Students and staff are encouraged to show as many acts of kindness as they can!
Thank you for encouraging your child to participate in the kindness activities and for your support in creating a culture of kindness, tolerance, unity, and respect! If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Reeb at Rebecca_reeb@hcpss.or