Oak Hill Elementary is a No Place for Hate campus.  No Place for Hate is a nationally recognized ADL program which incorporates anti-bias education into the campus experience and culture.  The goal is to create more harmonious communities by combating bias and increasing an appreciation for the richness that diversity brings.


Resolution of Respect – Students will sign our Resolution of Respect which will be posted around our campus.  The resolution reads: I promise to do my best to treat everyone fairly. I promise to do my best to be kind to everyone – even if they are not like me. If I see someone being hurt or bullied I will report it to an adult.  Everyone should be able to feel safe and happy at school. I want our school to be No Place for Hate.


Class projects - Teachers will work with their students to create a small project related to No Name Calling, being a Bully Free School, or any of the Spirit Day themes.  Projects should include some element of technology, which could include using a computer, ladibug, "smart" pen, or video recording device to record a skit, create a powerpoint presentation, poster, song, poem, dance, banner, etc.  These will be shown during our Friday assemblies (3-4 projects/assembly). For more information about No Name Calling Week and more ideas of activities, go to www.nonamecallingweek.org


If interested, information about Random Acts of Kindness and activity ideas can be found at www.randomactsofkindness.org


Thank you for supporting No Place for Hate and No Name Calling Week!