Box Out Productions recently presented an interactive, educational, theatrical bullying prevention assembly to students at School 4 in Fort Lee. Both the lower and upper elementary versions of the assembly, Box Out Bullying, were performed for kindergarten through sixth-grade students.
“The show was hands-on and well received,” says Nancy Saunders, guidance counselor at School 4. “It clearly got the message of bullying prevention across.”
The performance at School 4 was part of the New Jersey portion of the regional tour. The students join more than 40,000 elementary and middle school students in schools across the East Coast who experienced Box Out Bullying since the start of the school year.
“We are thrilled to bring our show to Fort Lee,” says Jeremy Rubenstein, president and creative director of Box Out Production. “We are pleased to empower the students and staff at School 4 with the knowledge to make their school free from bullying.”