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This 60 minute digital training is designed to brief teachers, counselors, administrators and/or other school staff members on the basic elements necessary to implement the Rachel's Challenge Kindness & Compassion Program successfully. The training follows the outline of the Kindness & Compassion Program Guide. It gives practical examples of how the program has been implemented in other schools, and leads the attendees through exercises designed to help them decide how best to incorporate the program into their own environment.

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FOR Support Materials are a comprehensive set of resources designed to make starting and sustaining a FOR Club easier and more productive. These Support Materials are in use in schools across North America and are reviewed and updated annually with best practices and new ideas. Included in the FOR Support Materials are:

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FOR Support Materials are a comprehensive set of resources designed to make starting and sustaining a FOR Club easier and more productive. These Support Materials are in use in schools across North America and are reviewed and updated annually with best practices and new ideas. Included in the FOR Support Materials are:

Middle School (5th-8th) or High School (9th-12th)

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The FOR Training creates a bond between the participants and provides practical ways to sustain the momentum created by the assembly through the balance of the school year and beyond. Students and adult sponsors will be equipped with tools and activities designed to help make the FOR Club their own and thereby foster an environment of respect and caring within the school and community. A healthy FOR Club will help transform the climate change brought about by the assembly into a permanent positive influence on the students and school.

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This workshop is the result of a unique collaboration between Darrell Scott, the father of Rachel Scott who was killed in the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School, and Dr. Robert J. Marzano, an educational researcher with 40 years of experience. In two 1-hour sessions, Darrell reviews the philosophy and practice behind a framework for education that reaches students' hearts, awakening their desire to learn.

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Kindness & Compassion Lesson Plans

The Community Event introduces Rachel and her story to parents and community members using stories from her life and writings. This event is typically held in the evening. It is similar in content and intensity to the Rachel’s Challenge high school program. The Community Event shows the profound positive impact we have on those around us. It demonstrates to the listener the power of deliberately reaching out to others to start what Rachel called a chain reaction of kindness and compassion. The Community Event encourages participants to examine their own lives in the light of the following 5 challenges.

Middle School and High School (5th-12th)

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