The ROAR Show is committed to helping children understand respect and responsibility by helping them build self-esteem and strong character. Parents need help, too. The following article contains wonderful advice to help your children who may fall prey to being bullied.
Bullying can make daily life extremely difficult for children and can even affect them for their whole lives. Here is a guide on what to do if you think your child may be bullied:
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Al "the Respect Guy" Ulman with his school assembly program called The ROAR Show was at our school in Illinois. “The students’ attention was held through the humor and magic. This helped the ‘message’ of respect and responsibility to be more meaningful.”
~ Caroline W., 5th grade teacher, Maercker Intermediate, Westmont, IL
What will be your students New Years resolution?
Will your students resolve to be more respectful, more responsible, safe and healthy? How will you help them? This is your chance to make a positive impact on your students by giving them a show that helps them better understand, internalize and put into practice the values of respect and responsibility, not only in school, but in their daily lives as well.
The R.O.A.R. Show – Respect Others & Act Responsibly is a highly entertaining, motivational, enrichment school assembly program for 2nd through 5th graders. The show comes to you from Hawaii and visits schools in all 50 states. The R.O.A.R. Show will be in your area for only 5 days, January 30 – February 3, 2012. Please tell your parents and teachers that this is an important show you should have at your school.
This presentation fits well with all behavioral initiative programs. It teaches the students the importance of respect, responsibility, to be ready, to be healthy and to be safe. The best part is that the message is delivered to the students in a way that helps them internalize and utilize these values. This show helps students build positive character, self esteem and respect for themselves, the community, the environment and others. Your teachers and parents will appreciate having this assembly at your school.
Call now 1-800-874-2591 for more information or to book this outstanding assembly for you school.
I’m sure you have outstanding students. We can always use extra help to motivate them and keep them on a positive behavior attitude. I would absolutely love to speak to your students, I know they’ll love the show and be encourage to be respectful and responsible.
Best wishes for a productive and safe school year.
Al “the Respect Guy”
“The ROAR Show was engaging and fun. Al the Respect Guy had good group management skills. ROAR is easy for the students to remember and a child friendly term.”
~ Rebecca M., 3rd grade teacher, Maercker Intermediate, Westmont, IL
The respect school assembly program is back on the road. The ROAR Show will be visiting elementary schools in Michigan between September 25th and October 3rd, 2011.
Parents, school principals and teachers in the cities of Deckerville, Carsonville, Waterford, Livonia, Fair Haven, Marine City, Hartford, Holland and Thompsonville know the importance of their children being respectful, responsible, ready and safe. They're inviting Al The Respect Guy to bring the message of "ROAR - Respect Others and Act Responsibly" to their communities.
"I’m looking forward to talking to the students," said Al.
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That person you just called fat, is overdosing on diet pills. That girl you just called ugly? She spends hours putting makeup on hoping people will like her. That boy you just tripped? He is abused enough at home. That man with the ugly scars? He fought for our country. That guy you just made fun of for crying? His mother is dying.
Are you against bullying?
Sticks and stones used to just break bones but now words can kill you. Be aware, don't condone bullying in schools, the work place and in life.
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“So, this was one of the most amazing shows that we’ve had here at the Star International Academy. I’m definitely going to have Mr. Ulman (The Respect Guy) perform on a yearly basis for us. He was really great at integrating both ethical and moral values of respect for one’s self along with respect for others and the environment and the parents really responded favorably, too. So, this was really an amazing show. We’ll have you again. Thank you.”
School Involvement Liaison
Star International Academy, Dearborn Heights, Michigan