ERROL LEE

ELEMENTARY

I CARE

Grade: FDK – 2

Students learn ways in which they can show they care and why it’s important.

Concepts include how what children say and do can have a positive impact on those around them and how they can choose to be kind and caring.

 

HANDS ARE FOR HELPING

Grade: FDK – 3

Students learn the importance of developing self-control to manage their behaviour in a safe, kind and responsible manner.

Concepts include age-appropriate strategies for peaceful conflict resolution.

THE FRIENDSHIP PROMISE

Grade: FDK – 5

Students learn about how to be a friend by using their words and actions in positive ways.

Concepts include recognizing when someone is upset and what they can do to help.

 

THE HERO CLUB

Grade: 3 – 5

Students experience bullying through the eyes of a victim, a bystander and an upstander.

Concepts include the importance of having empathy, standing up for

others and being confident.

BE A S.T.A.R. (Stand Together Against Racism)

Grade: 6 – 8

Students learn about the causes and effects of racism.

Concepts include recognizing racism and taking action to promote understanding, compassion and acceptance.

MY CHARACTER MY REP MY DECISION

Grade: 6 – 8

Students learn that their character is defined by what they say and do. Concepts include personality and performance traits and accepting responsibility for their own reputations.

Cool 2B Kind 

Grade: 3 - 8 

Students learn the benefits of kindness. Concepts include showing others they are valuable by how we treat them also helps us think and feel better about ourselves. 

Character Counts 

Grade: 3 - 5 

Students learn that character is classified into two main groups, personality and performance traits. Concepts include how personality traits and performance traits help us develop positive relationships and achieve excellence in life. 

HONOURING BLACK HISTORY

Grade: FDK – 5

Grade: 6 - 8

Students are provided with a compelling look at the lives of several members of the Black Community.

Concepts include examples of exemplary character demonstrated by current and historical Black people and the positive differences they made and continue to make in today’s world.

 

CHARACTER AND CLIQUES

Grade: 6 – 8

Students learn about the impact cliques have on their lives and personal choices.

Concepts include identifying the hierarchy and roles within a clique, ways in which cliques can influence their lives and the need for making thoughtful decisions about their peers.

Better Me Better We Better Community Concert 

All ages- Fun for the whole family 

Concepts includes how community takes unity and unity takes you and me to be the change we want to see.