Welcome, Agents of Shadow Glen!

Welcome to the Courage in Action Agency, newest graduates from Shadow Glen!

In Agent Kimbrell’s class, a team focused on racism is excited to create posters and make announcements with a positive message.  The team focused on bullying promised to befriend one new person a day. They also plan to poster their school with messages of respect and friendship and to spread the hashtag #bullybusters, which is also the proposed name of their after school anti-bullying club.

In Agent Garcia’s class, another team dedicated to the issue of bullying plans to ask the principal if they can use one of their daily morning assemblies to discuss how bullying has affected their lives and talk to the counselor about recruiting students to join their chapter of No Place for Hate.  The team focused on hunger, aka: The Helpful Hunger Hawks, wants to do more research to find out how to volunteer for Caritas and prepare food for hungry people.

We’re looking forward to hearing more about your missions!

 

Welcome, Agents of Perez Elementary!

What inspiring missions you’ve initiated!  Bravo!
In Agent Linnell’s class:
The Bullying Team has started a petition to gather support for having a ‘March for Kindness.’
The Too Short Recess Team has written a formal letter to request more recess time which, they argue, will improve their focus and ability to learn and collaborate during class.
In Agent Kenny’s class:
The Pollution Team aims to become organized and start a club to help their community. They’ve taken action already by creating posters to recruit more members.
The Racism Team plans to talk with the Counselor about organizing a ‘No Place For Hate March.’ They’ve already come up with catch phrases to inspire unity!
Keep in touch, and let us know how your missions go!
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Missions Initiated at Joslin Elementary

Welcome, Joslin Agents!

In Agent Cotera’s class:

The Bullying Team plans to convince the Counselor to sponsor a march to encourage fellow students to be courageous bystanders.

The Immigration Team plans to film a YouTube video encouraging support for respectful treatment of undocumented immigrant families.

In Agent Ambrose’s class:

The Homelessness team intends to research an organization that will accept the canned goods they gather from their community.

The Disease team is planning on convincing the Counselor to help research and plan a way to collect appropriate donations for young Cancer patients at Dell Children’s Hospital.

Looking for a way to Take Action?

Check out these kid-friendly volunteer opportunities!

Check here for the latest and greatest news on ways for kids to take action in central Texas: http://littlehelpinghands.org/volunteer/volunteer-calendar/

Missions Initiated at Bluebonnet Trail Elementary

Congratulations on your new real-world missions, Agents of Bluebonnet Trail Elementary!

We can’t wait to learn more about your plans to stop bullying and child abuse in Agent Belz and Weatherford ‘s class, and to end global warming/pollution and poverty in Agent Adams’ class!