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This school wide event is a unique approach to getting real and providing understanding of experiences such as mental health, diversity, and equity. Giving them a chance to talk about the real issues they are preoccupied with every day. When personal ownership of self and school climate are strengthened, students and staff begin to own new beliefs and let go of misconceptions.
Students share “if teachers only cared…”
While teachers think “if students were not so apathetic, everything would be ok…right?”
Wrong! They need MORE!
Our students require more from us than just academic support to succeed in school.
Loneliness and social isolation haunt our learning communities as half of our society reports feeling alone most days.
Let your students take the lead!
Let’s give your school a way to feel more connected and see their community with a new set of eyes. Let’s help them show up every day inspired to be their best selves and do their best work!
Your Students Take the Lead!
Event Training Includes:
- Everyday students selected and attend a one-day training, led by Ignite Coaches
- Your student leaders learn how to lead the event, their breakout session, and facilitation skills, including restorative practices
- Materials include training schedule, breakout lessons, training videos, large group activities, personal development, and teambuilding
- 8 coaching hours for admin and staff for event preparation, planning, and community promotion to ensure a successful Power Within
Event Day Includes:
- Customized event day designed for school wide or grade level participation
- Power Within event day includes international speakers, large group activities, get real breakouts and large group activities customized to event goals
- Event workbook for all participants
Positively Influence School Climate
Strengthen Student Engagement
”I started to look at myself differently and started focusing on more than just my needs. I grew as a person for the first time and really started caring for others.Kelyn RoweExecutive Mentor Alumni, New England Revolution #11