Downloads Activities & Resources School Year 2018-19

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2018-19 Calendar of Schoolboard Observances DPI/Dept. Diversity, Prevention & Intervention  - HERE

Broward County Schools - DPI Prevention Resource list . - HERE

Responding to Hate and Bias at School - A guide for administrators, Counselors and Teachers -

PEACE WEEK  in Broward County - 2018 - Sept. 17-21 

Choose Peace/Stop Violence announces the 9th annual Choose Peace Week” celebration.  Since 2010, the initiative has worked with partners, communities and youth to address the terrible reality of youth violence. The initiative is a collaborative effort led by the United Way of Broward County, the School Board of Broward County and Children’s Services Council of Broward County. 

A peaceful society is one where there is justice and equality for everyone and we have adopted this year’s United Nations theme “The Right to Peace” - Human rights are everyone's rights, to kick off our 2018-19 campaign. We are asking students to support the theme by seeking peaceful resolution of conflict when disagreements arise around them.  To be part of the solution by taking small steps. To prevent an injustice at school or in their community by adopting a non-violent approach to problem solving and reporting potential crimes, including online bullying. 

More Peace Week Information is Coming Soon!

April 2018: Day of Silence - April 27

Planning Guide "Ways to Participate"      "Educator Guide"   Social Media

Day of Silence Zine     Day of Silence Poster

Day of Silence Selfie Sign

Day of Silence Speaking Cards


February 2018: Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month - Feb 12-16

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month: Important Dates & Suggested Activities

Poster "Love is Respect"   Size 11x17    -  8.5x11

Educator Toolkit:       Middle School     High School

Respect Week 2018 Guide                 Teen Dating Respect Pledge

Student Quizes:  Am I a Good Partner    Healthy Relationship   How Would You Help     Relationship Rights and Basics

January 2018: No Name Calling Week - Jan 15-19 

Poster "Post Something Kind"     Size: 11 x 17   -  8.5 x 11

No Name Calling Week Activities 2018

Lesson plans:  Elementary School - Middle School - High School

Pledge     Selfie Sign     Student hand-out - Staying Safe

Student Handout Take a Stand and Lend a Hand-2018

Planning Guide       Organizing your first No Name Calling week

Human Trafficking Awareness Day - Jan 11 

Human Trafficking Facts

Broward Pevention Resources and Video

Broward County Human Trafficking Coalition

December 2017 

Human Rights Day - Dec. 10

Activities information Sheet

Learn about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

The Story of Human Rights video

Universal Declaration of Human Rights animation

Amnesty International 

November 2017: Anti-Bullying Week - Nov 6 - 10 

Learning about the value of diversity, inclusion and tolerance. The more awareness that is created during the anti-bullying week -- and all year round, you are one step closer to putting an end to bullying!

Resources/pledges/posters for toolkit activities:


This campaign is inspired by "Mean Stinks" sponsored by Secret deodorant that was designed to raise awareness of bullying among middle school girls. The campaign challenges everyone to get involved to pledge solidarity to wear blue and standup to bulllying. Activities includes creating a "Wall of Nice" in an area where bullying occurs and the "Blue Pinky Promise". Awareness ribbons and posters are available with registration.

October - Diversity Awareness Month

Celebrating Diversity Month can be done individually or in a group, quietly or with great fanfare, with spontaneity or detailed planning.  No matter how you choose to recognize this important month within your organization, school, or community, the main objective should be to increase knowledge and understanding through conversations of connection. 

School-wide Celebration ideas                Mix it up for lunch              Diversity poster

RED RIBBON WEEK - Oct 23 - 31

The National Family Partnership (NFP sponsored the first National Red Ribbon Celebration 1988. Today, the Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. Since that time, the campaign has reached millions of U.S. children and families and its network of individuals and organizations continue to deliver his message of hope to millions of people every year, through the National Red Ribbon Campaign™.

Red Ribbon Resource Guide        Red Ribbon fact Sheet           Red Ribbon Pledge

Red Ribbon Week          Red Ribbon Week cards            Keys to Life Poster

September 2017: PEACE Week in Broward County - Sept. 14 - 22

“Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All”.

September kicks off the 2017-18 campaign for schools to explore environments free from bullying and violence, and to work together for peace. 

Click Here to register for your Choose Peace Week starter kit incl. Free Chalk as supplies last