Sometimes, we all need to do something to show a little kindness towards someone else. For some, November and December can be a bit of a slump and for some hard to get over, but students, faculty, teachers and staff at Marshall Elementary are choosing everyday to be kind throughout the month of November.
From November 1 through November 22, teachers and staff and students are challenged to do something kind for each other and their family every day in honor of Kindness Month.
Every day, in November students and teachers are encouraged to something kind for someone.
Nov. 1- Celebrate that you survived the DAY after Halloween!
Nov. 4- Random act of kindness for a co-worker
Nov. 5- Make a Random ACT of Kindness list with your class
Nov. 6- Leave a positive sticky note somewhere in the building.
Nov. 7- THANKFUL THURSDAY: Fill out the leaf in your box and turn it into the office
Nov. 8- Have your students make cards/notes for the cafeteria staff
Nov. 11- Greet every child with a smile, as they enter your room
Nov. 12- Give someone a compliment today. Make a positive phone call home.
Nov. 13- Have students write notes to their family
Nov. 14- THANKFUL THURSDAY: Eat lunch with a student who needs extra support/love
Nov. 15- Have your students make cards/notes for Specials/Resource.
Nov. 18- Bring a co-worker their favorite drink/snack
Nov. 19- Have your students make cards for the custodians
Nov. 20- Leave a note of encouragement for a co-worker
Nov. 21- THANKFUL THURSDAY: Enjoy a treat in the Teacher’s Lounge
Nov. 22- Leave a note of gratitude for a co-worker.
“Small, sweet gestures make the most difference on a daily basis,” Principal Khalilah Tate said. “The faculty, staff and students at Marshall Elementary were challenged to perform a kind deed to other during the month of November.”