Elementary Schools Week of Respect in the Warren Township School District
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 • 11:48am
WARREN, NJ - As a part of ongoing efforts to promote good character and a positive school climate, each school in the Warren Township School District will celebrate a "Week of Respect," from Oct. 7 through Oct. 11. During the "Week of Respect," students will examine ways to show respect towards families, peers, school, and their community.
Each day will focus on a different school-wide topic. To increase enthusiasm, each day has a slogan, and students are encouraged to wear themed attire. Students will also participate in class discussions and activities centered on these topics. The daily slogans and topics for the week are listed below. The district encourages all children to actively participate, in order to benefit from these activities.
Monday, October 7
Daily slogan: "Rally for Respect"
Topic: The Meaning of Respect
Students wear their favorite team shirt.
Tuesday, October 8
Daily slogan: "Hats off to Families"
Topic: Respect at Home
Students wear hats.
Wednesday, October 9
Daily slogan: "Stand up for Others"
Topic: Respect towards Peers
Students wear silly socks.
Thursday, October 10
Daily slogan: "We Love Our School"
Topic: Respect at School
Students wear school t-shirts.
Friday, October 11
Daily slogan: "Going Green for the Environment"
Topic: Respect for the Community and the Environment
Students wear green.