Showing Respect Means

Back to school is in full swing. Let’s help students have a successful year by “Rethinking Expectations.”
It will have a lifelong impact on their studies, as well as their conduct. Showing Respect to one another matters. No one is exempt.
Make those expectations come alive, by turning it into a song and play a game or two 😆.
Whatever you decide to do have fun and make it a positive experience.


Listen To My Teachers

Be Kind To Others

Do Your Very Best

Share with Care

Pay Attention

Be Helpful


Follow The Rules

Be Cool at School

Use Indoor Voice Inside

Say Please and Thank You

Take a Moment and Breathe



By inhiscare753

I reside on the East Coast of the United States with my two Beautiful Daughters.
We have overcome much adversity, God has seen us through.
Having to raise these now wonderful Young Ladies as a Single Mom was not my plan.

Designing and Writing Cards began at age Five.
Since my Mother was a Teacher it a tool to teach me to read and write was Card Making, Journaling as well as creating Poems.
I naturally had a passion for making up Silly Songs and imaginative stories.

As a Teacher Assistant Trainee at twelve years old in a Mentoring Program for The Texas Day Association.
My passion for making up Silly Songs and Jingles became Transitional Songs used to help children remember in a joyful way.
My Studies include Education, coupled with Business, Religion, along with several other certifications.


16 replies on “Showing Respect Means”

Wow…that will be wonderful to have him read it, as he is “declaring to himself.” The more he reads it, it then becomes a part of him. It’s his Self-Check Toolbox.” So excited 😆… keep me informed. He is going to have a great year & do great things.


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Follow the rules, yes I agree. But also remind the student that if it doesn’t not sound ethical or positive be willing to say something. Rules are guidelines, but ethics and integrity are sometimes lost in the rules.

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building a good character. If that rule is bringing harm to themselves or another. Is it inflicting pain or negativity pulling them down, like flower starving for the sun and dying of thrust.
Through many scenarios in role play and creative imagination they have captured great insight and understanding.



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