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Check out the segment Rogers TV program Access Peel aired about one of our assemblies!
MySchoolROCKS.org’s anti-bullying assemblies are a great way to get your school buzzing with excitement and has a message that will resonate throughout the school year!
We believe that through music students can build a strong foundation of self esteem and confidence. Our talented instructors combine a high energy and fun music performance with a simple yet powerful and effective message that will help kids combat bullying situations if they are faced with it.
Confidence can come from many places and My School ROCKS instructors aim to inspire! Students are encouraged to participate and have a chance to perform in front of their school. Any promising performers can play along or sing with the band by choosing from a list of our instructors selected repertoire. The end result is a great show for the participants and their peers within the audience.
An age appropriate Elementary School, Middle School and High School assembly is sure not only to entertain, but empower each student with knowledge in how to overcome bullying situations.
What is My School ROCKS?
We have incorporated a fun and musically entertaining assembly to educate and equip children with a four-point strategy, embodied in an easily remembered acronym:
R – Respect – Each Other
O – Open Up – Make a Friend
C – Confidence – Be It
K – Kindness – Show It
S – Stand Up – YOU Make the Difference
Schools will receive My School ROCKS posters several weeks prior to the assembly to post around the school. For the best impact and a great reminder of the message, the posters should remain up for a period of time after the event.
Please call us at 905-820-2277 or email email@example.com
Video from a My School ROCKS Assembly at an Elementary School
Video from a My School ROCKS Assembly at a High School