Empowering Elementary School Students

At Box Out Bullying, we understand the significance of tailoring our assemblies to the specific needs of elementary school students.

Our engaging and impactful presentations are carefully designed to be age-appropriate, ensuring that we deliver a powerful message against bullying in a way that resonates with young minds.

We are offer two distinct versions of our elementary school assembly, each carefully crafted to suit different age groups:

Assembly Page (Elementary)

Recommended for K-2 graders.  Our Lower Level assembly is an interactive presentation packed with fun for our youngest learners. Through colorful characters, catchy songs, relying on call-and-response and kinesthetic learning mixed with clear visuals, we explore important social concepts like empathy – understanding another persons feelings! We help audiences understand the difference between telling and tattle-tattling, the difference between “kid sized” and “adult sized” problems, what it means to be a good friend, and introduce four anti-bullying rules with an emphasis on who their trusted adults are.  We explore what bullying looks like, define it clearly, and empower audiences to know when, and how to seek help.

Upper Level Elementary

Recommended for 3-5 graders.  This high-energy assembly uses audience participation, special effects, and live-theater excitement to clearly define bullying and unpack its different forms (direct and indirect).  But here’s the key: audiences will understand the difference between bullying and conflicts.  We’ll equip audience with the knowledge to navigate those tricky situations with confidence.  We’ll introduce four anti-bullying rules with an emphasis on bystander empowerment!  Audiences will walk away with important tools to step up and help others (being friendly vs. being someones friend) and become key players in creating a more supportive school environment.  

“I could see and observe quality teaching practices, techniques, methodology, pedagogy, it was all there.”

Dr. Douglas Huntley, Superintendent

What sets our assemblies apart?


In addition to our assemblies, we provide comprehensive support resources for teachers, parents, and students. These resources include a study guide and lesson plans, ensuring that the anti-bullying message is reinforced beyond the assembly and integrated into the curriculum.


Our assemblies combine live theater, high production value sets, and audience participation to create a dynamic and memorable experience. By actively involving students, we capture their attention and facilitate a deeper understanding of the impact of bullying.  

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We recognize the importance of delivering a message that aligns with your bullying prevention program. Our presentations are carefully curated to ensure that the content, language, and themes are suitable and relatable for your school site and aligns with state mandates.  

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Our approach is rooted in evidence-based strategies and techniques. We incorporate the latest research in bullying prevention to equip students with practical tools and insights that they can apply in real-life situations.

Book The Box Out Bullying Assembly today to bring our age-appropriate, engaging, and impactful presentations to your elementary school.

Together, let’s empower students to become stand-up citizens and create a safe, respectful, and inclusive school culture.