4th Grade Classes at Pleasant St. School Complete Steps to Respect

photoMsRobertson'sclassJRKGStepstoRespectKeepCalmPoster 4 2014Mrs. Schwab role plays the Steps to Respect skill of: walk away, calmly, and tell two to three adults at school and at home, if a peer is disrespectful or hurtful to you or another peer.  The students are in Ms. Robertson’s class.

photoMsRobertsonsclassXBwithPointerStepstoRespect 4 2014Mrs. Schwab and a student helper teach Ms. Robertson’s class about the “3 R’s of Bullying (prevention)”: Recognize bullying, Refuse bullying, and Report bullying behavior to adults at school and at home.

photoMsRobinson'sClassStepstoRespectwholeclassApril 2014Mrs. Robinson’s 4th grade class learns about the Steps to Respect from Mrs. Schwab, Guidance Counselor.

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photoMsRobertsonStudentSchoolClimateSurveyonlaptops5 2 14Ms. Robertson’s 4th grade class take the online Student School Climate Survey, from the Steps to Respect curriculum, during the week of April 28, 2014.

Please contact Mrs. Schwab, Guidance Counselor, if you would like to talk with her about your child, or if you would like more information about the Steps to Respect curriculum.  You can reach Mrs. Schwab at Pleasant Street School at 978-249-2405, ext. 306, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, or at rschwab@arrsd.org