Monthly Archives: June 2011
I had two quick things to pick up at the grocery store. There was only one gentleman in line before me. He only had five items. When it came time to pay for his purchase, he swiped his credit card … Continue reading
The ROAR Show School Assembly Program "Respect Others and Act Responsibly" with Al The Respect Guy asks teachers, parents and administrators for their feedback.
At the end of each school assembly presentation the teachers are ask to evaluate the show. One of the questions asked is for the teachers opinion on the ROAR Show’s overall impact made on the students.
- Brought The Message Home
- Too Soon To tell
- No Major Impact.
Even though this teacher circled that it was too soon to tell, she added the following note:
"Although it is too soon to tell about the overall impact of your show, one student came to me after and told me she was disrespectful to another teacher and wanted to apologize. Too cool! Thanks Al!"
Fifth Grade Teacher
Universal Learning Academy, Dearborn Hts., MI (Michigan)
The ROAR Show School Assembly Program helps children learn, and put into action, the fundamentals of respect and acting responsibly. Showing respect to others is just the start, we also talk to the students about respecting property and the planet … Continue reading
[Photo: Anne Young]
Animal Magnetism: This long-tailed monkey carried his feline pal around to protect her.
By: Jennifer Holland
Friendships begin with similar interests, out of respect and sometimes need. I found this article in the June 26th, 2011 issue of Parade Magazine about most unusual friendships called "Best Friends Forever" by Joanne Kaufman. Ms. Kaufman writes about conservation biologist Jennifer Holland and her book Unlikely Friendships. Ms. Holland writes about extraordinary bonds between animals of different species. To see more photos of unusual best friends in the animal kingdom go to www.Parade.com/aminals. I think you’ll like it.