Bright Local participates in Be Nice Out There Camp


Sixth grade students at Bright Local participated in a Be Nice Out There Camp, a program designed to assist students in building positive peer relationships, effective communication, recognizing commonalities/ similarities among people, understanding differences, developing leadership skills and identifying conflict resolution strategies through group work and team building activities. Students were grouped with peers to help build relationships that will strengthen the school community.


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Sixth grade students at Bright Local participated in a Be Nice Out There Camp, a program designed to assist students in building positive peer relationships, effective communication, recognizing commonalities/ similarities among people, understanding differences, developing leadership skills and identifying conflict resolution strategies through group work and team building activities. Students were grouped with peers to help build relationships that will strengthen the school community.

Sixth grade students at Bright Local participated in a Be Nice Out There Camp, a program designed to assist students in building positive peer relationships, effective communication, recognizing commonalities/ similarities among people, understanding differences, developing leadership skills and identifying conflict resolution strategies through group work and team building activities. Students were grouped with peers to help build relationships that will strengthen the school community.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BeNicepic.jpgSixth grade students at Bright Local participated in a Be Nice Out There Camp, a program designed to assist students in building positive peer relationships, effective communication, recognizing commonalities/ similarities among people, understanding differences, developing leadership skills and identifying conflict resolution strategies through group work and team building activities. Students were grouped with peers to help build relationships that will strengthen the school community. Submitted photo
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