Did You Attend a School Like This?

This isn’t the norm…

For the rest of us there can be ‘Continuing Ed’ in the evenings or on weekends. Hope springs eternal! 🙂

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49 thoughts on “Did You Attend a School Like This?

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  2. This is definitely a school I would love to attend and meet great people! If this concept goes out to all schools, I am sure discipline and detention classes wont be a necessity at all! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  4. Paul!

    Thanks for posting the video of our school and promoting our kindness/gratitude emphasis. I’d love to share more with your readers, if any are interested. They can find me at the following URLs:
    http://andysmallman.com
    http://kindliving.net
    http://pscs.org/profiles/andy-smallman/

    And I regularly hold free online kindness classes for ANYONE who is interested in participating. The latest is wrapping up this week at:
    http://kindliving.wordpress.com

    Thanks again!

    Andy Smallman
    Seattle, WA

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  5. And bye bye Bullies 🙂 Brilliant, love it, I think all schools should include kindness in its curriculum, that’s how we get the crime rates to decrease and the society to become better and more coherent 🙂

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  6. Reblogged this on oceangrins and commented:
    Check out this video… A community school developed around kindness and character where students get to choose what classes they want to take. We need more schools like this. :).

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  7. Thank you so much for posting this! What a great concept–teaching children kindness. I love to see the different ways people are changing the world. This was such an inspiration. Hope you don’t mind, but I’m going to reblog this. Thanks again!

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    • I’m in complete agreement. We are all responsible, it’s our world. Thank you for your kind words, and thank you for extending the message by reblogging. Be well. 🙂

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    • Hello, Ms. Currie Rose. Thanks for stopping by again. And thank you for your very kind words. Answer to your question …I research for good news, because for me, it sure beats the heck out of the alternative. It lifts me up, so if it can do the same for someone who reads it here, I’m happy twice! Be well. 😉

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