Respect For All in New York City Schools

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Respect for All isn’t just one week in February; it is also a permanent initiative at our schools.

The year-round initiative prevents students from bullying on the basis looks or perception.  It is the responsibility of the entire school community—faculty, parents, and fellow students—to make sure that all children are treated respectfully and feel safe in their environment.

Let Box Out Bullying do the hard work for you.  Call us today to schedule our interactive assemblies for students, our parent workshops, and our faculty development programs.  Box Out Bullying’s interactive, age-appropriate, theatrical student assemblies and parent workshops teach everyone how to identify, respond to, and prevent bullying.

You don’t have to wait for Respect for All Week next February to do something about bullying at your school.

Bullying-prevention and respect doesn’t start and stop with children.  

Parents need to understand how to identify bullying and the importance of respect.  Box Out Bullying offers workshops and presentations to parents where we discuss just that.  Bring your school community one step closer to being completely bullying-free.

Box Out Bullying offers faculty and professional development programs that will help train staff members.  Get your staff on the same page concerning bullying-prevention and classroom management.  Our interactive workshop for faculty and administrators stops bullying in four easy steps.  You’ll find easy-to-use lessons and activities that can be incorporated into daily lesson plans designed to successfully address potential problems, empower the bystander, and create empathy among students.

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Recommendations & Evaluations

Please see below for a sample of New York City Schools that have brought the Box Out Bullying Experience to their school communities.

Bronx

District 7
  • MS 224
  • The Bronx Charter School for Children
  • Family Life Academy Charter School III (norma cruz-almonte recommendation)
  • Brilla College Prep Charter School
  • PS 25 Billingual School (Parent Workshop)
  • MS 298
District 08
  • Ichan Charter School 7
  • PS 140 The Eagle School
  • PS 138 Samuel Randall
District 09
  • PS 132 Garret A Morgan
  • PS 42 Claremont
  • Icahn Charter School 1
District 10
  • PS 24
  • PS 386
  • PS/MS 95
  • PS 45
  • PS 386 School For Environmental Citizenship
  • PS 205 Fiorello LaGuardia
  • PS/MS 279 Captain Manuel Rivera, Jr.
  • The Bronx School For Young Leaders
District 11
  • Bronx Charter School for Better Learning
  • PS 16 The Wakefield
  • PS 21
  • PS 68
  • PS 96
  • PS 160 Walt Disney
  • PS 178 Dr. Delman Waksman
District 12
  • PS 66
  • PS 92 Bronx School
  • PS 195
  • Bronx Little School
  • Children’s Aid College Prep Charter School
District 19
  • Hyde Leadership Charter School

Manhattan

District 1
  • The Children’s Workshop School
  • The East Village School
  • PS 34 The Franklin Roosevelt School
  • Manhattan Charter School II
District 2
  • PS 41
  • PS 262
  • PS 442 Ballet Tech, NYC Public School For Dance
  • PS/IS 276
  • Ecole Internationale De New York (EINY)
  • PS/IS 276
District 3
  • The Global Learning Collaborative
  • New York French American Charter School (Parent Handouts En Français)
  • PS 241 STEM Institute Of Manhattan
District 4
  • PS/MS 206
  • PS 155 William Paca
  • PS 108
District 5
  • Choir Academy of Harlem
District 6
  • PS 8
  • PS 189
  • IS 528 Bea Fuller Rodgers School

 

Brooklyn

District 14
  • MS 577
  • PS 34
  • Brooklyn Arbor Elementary School (Reference)
District 15
  • MS 136
  • PS 38
  • PS 32 Samuel Mills Sprole
  • PS 261 Philip Livingston
  • PS 676 Red Hook Neighborhood School
District 16
  • MS 534
  • PS 262
  • Brooklyn High School For Law And Technology (Parent Workshop) link
District 17
  • PS 12
  • PS 167
  • PS 191
  • PS 289
District 18
  • PS 114 Ryder Elementary
  • PS 66
  • PS 235 (Recommendation)
District 19
  • JHS 218
  • PS 214
  • PS 224
  • School for Classics an Academy of Thinkers, Writers, and Performers
  • PS 214 Michael Friedsam
  • East New York Elementary School Of Excellence
District 20
  • PS 682
  • PS 971
  • PS 200 Benson School
  • PS 247 Brooklyn
  • PS 185 Walter Kassenbrock
District 21
  • PS 101
  • PS 95 The Gravesend
  • PS 212K Lady Deborah Moody
  • PS 216K Arturo Toscanini
  • PS 99 Isaac Asimov
District 22
  • PS 152
  • PS 193 The Gil Hodges School
  • PS 315
  • Brooklyn Dreams Charter School
  • PS 139 Alexine A Fenty
  • PS 251 Paerdegat
  • P.S. 254 Dag Hammarskjold School
  • PS 152 School Of Science & Technology (Recommendation)
  • PS 236 Mill Basin
  • PS 245
District 23
  • Achievement First Brownsville Charter School
  • PS 631
  • PS 150 Christopher

Queens

District 24
  • PS 143 The Louis Armstrong School
  • PS 307
  • PS 110
District 25
  • PS 129
  • PS 163
  • PS 169 The Bay Terrance School
District 26
  • PS 188
  • PS 26
  • PS 41
  • J.H.S 74 Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • PS 205 Alexander Graham Bell
  • PS 115, James J. Ambrose School
District 27
  • Village Academy
  • MS 210
  • PS 123
  • PS 51
  • PSMS 114
  • Knowledge and Power Preparatory Academy VI
  • PS 155
  • PS/MS 114 Belle Harbor
  • PS/MS 207 Rockwood Park
  • PS 253
  • Peninsula Preparatory Academy Charter School
District 28
  • PS 139 Rego Park
  • Queens Collegiate HS
  • PS 55 Maure
  • J.H.S 217 Robert A. Van Wyck
  • J.H.S 157 Stephen A Halsey
  • PS 101 School In The Gardens
  • MS 358
District 29
  • PS 268
  • PS 131
District 30
  • IS 204
  • PS 127
  • PS 149
  • PS 280

Staten Island

District 31
  • Tottenville High school
  • PS 18
  • PS 4
  • PS 41
  • PS 31 M. L. Lindemeyer School
  • PS 38 George Cromwell
  • PS 59 Harbor View School
  • Ps/I.S 25 South Richmond High School