This workshop has been cancelled.

Activities That Promote Kindness, Respect and
Positivity in Schools

Percy Hill

November 16, 2017

Plymouth State University
Concord, NH

If you have ever asked the questions, "Why are some children disrespectful and unkind toward others?" and/or "How do we promote kindness and respect in our school creating a culture where everybody belongs?" and/or "When" do we feel supported in our efforts to promote a positive school culture of kindness and respect knowing that we have reached a level to really make a difference?" If you have answered yes to any of these questions, it is essential that you attend this workshop to discuss, examine and explore a variety of strategies and methods that will help to change your school culture and climate.

Registration & Schedule

8:30 Registration, Coffee and light pastries
9:00 –12:00 Workshop
12:00 –1:00 Lunch on your own
1:00 –3:00 Workshop

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PLEASE NOTE: A minimum of 10 attendees is required.

Presenter Bio

During Percy Hill's years in education, he received the NHAHPERD "Merit Award" in 1994, the Middle School Teacher of the Year in 1997, and NASPE Teacher of the Year for New Hampshire in 1999. He was also recognized with a proclamation for "Excellence in Education" from the Governor of New Hampshire and the House of Representatives in 2000...and again in 2012. In 2000, Percy Hill received the "Disney American Teacher Award". Mr. Hill is the 2008 Assistant Principal of the Year and received the 2008 New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award. During his tenure as Assistant Principal in the Kearsarge School District, in 2011, the Kearsarge Student Leaders were honored by the State of New Hampshire to receive the "Spirit of New Hampshire Outstanding Volunteer Champion Award" for their efforts with bullying prevention education in the Kearsarge School District. Governor John Lynch and the New Hampshire House of Representatives followed with a Citation congratulating Percy Hill and the Kearsarge Student Leadership Team for their efforts to educate others about Bully Prevention in schools. In February 2012, Percy Hill and the Kearsarge Student Leaders received national recognition from the National School Safety Advocacy Council as the recipient of the program award recognition for Outstanding Anti-Bullying Efforts and Commitment to Keeping Students Safe. Percy Hill also has worked as an adjunct faculty member at New England College in Henniker, NH and served as (part time) Assistant Principal at Ellis School in Fremont, NH for the 2015-2016 school year. He is now working as an Educational Leadership Consultant in a variety of New Hampshire schools and facilitates workshops on Promoting Kindness and Respect in School and Community.