PS255 at PS154, Student Recognition

Respect For All Week at 154

During the week of February 11th, students and staff at P255 @ 154 celebrated Respect For All Week with daily activities and themed dress up days.  Respect For All is a program that highlights kindness, compassion for others, inclusion of all, respect for diversity, and the prevention of bullying. Check out below to get a glimpse of what our school did each day.  

Monday: “Caught Being Kind” All acts of kindness were recognized and celebrated with student’s earning certificates throughout the day

teacher giving student certificate

Ms. Nicole awards Bennett for holding the door for his classmates.

two students sharing supplies

Sasha and Ethan are “caught being kind” when they share supplies with each other.

student holds up certificate

Anthony proudly shows off his certificate that he earned for being kind to a friend.

Puzzle pieces with kindness messages are put together to make one large puzzle of unity.

Tuesday: “Everyone Fits In Here” Students wrote messages or glued symbols of kindness on puzzle pieces which then formed one large puzzle of unity. This puzzle is displayed in the hallway of our unit.

Wednesday: “Everyone Counts” This was a themed dress up day where students and staff wore clothing with a number.

Students and staff of 154 pose in their numbered clothing for "Everyone Counts" day

Thursday: “Wear Red” Students and teachers wore red to be unified to show respected and compassion for each other.

students and teacher group picture wearing red

Friday: “I am…” Students created a colorful bored displaying distinctive traits and attributes about themselves. This is on display in the hallway.

"I am..." bulletin board display of student characteristics and traits

In addition, 154 participated in National No One Eats Alone day, which is a lunchtime program where students engage with each other or teachers to increase socialization and promote inclusion of all.

Teachers and students eating together using picture boards and social scripts to facilitate conversations during lunchtime.
Ms. Gail and Rocco and Ms. Nahid and Josiah eat together using picture boards and social scripts to facilitate conversations during lunchtime.
2 students engage in conversation at lunchtime during National No One Eats Alone Day.
Yusuf and Joseph share in conversation together during lunchtime.
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