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SPARK: Students Promoting Attitudes of Respect & Kindness  club fosters empathy & acceptance on campus by hosting a Culture Festival.

SPARK: Students Promoting Attitudes of Respect & Kindness club fosters empathy & acceptance on campus by hosting a Culture Festival.

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Have your students join the conversation with staff when designing the school's schedule to include their needs and perspective.

Have your students join the conversation with staff when designing the school's schedule to include their needs and perspective.

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Students correspond by producing short videos that provide a glimpse into their everyday lives and experiences.

Students correspond by producing short videos that provide a glimpse into their everyday lives and experiences.

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Have students interview a family and/or community member.   Discover topic of passion... Share with learning community thru Blog

Have students interview a family and/or community member. Discover topic of passion... Share with learning community thru Blog

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Community members from diverse backgrounds read picture books specifically on empathy and have an informal discussion with class.

Community members from diverse backgrounds read picture books specifically on empathy and have an informal discussion with class.

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Explore the world through books and build empathy by reading about people who are different than you.

Explore the world through books and build empathy by reading about people who are different than you.

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Multi-grade groups of diverse students meet weekly to hang out, form relationships, and bond with each other .

Multi-grade groups of diverse students meet weekly to hang out, form relationships, and bond with each other .

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