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
“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
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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
“I’m Michelle B. from Meridian Elementary in Grosse Ile (Michigan). The ROAR Show brought being respectful, responsible, and being safe to light for our students here at Grosse Ile and we really loved it. The students were engaged, they participated and they sat and listened wonderfully. Thanks Al!”
Meridian Elementary School, Grosse Ile, Michigan
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.
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)