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Student Council talks respect at PBE

Pine Bush Elementary Student Council members went to all classrooms in the building to make presentations about respect. It was a No Place for Hate exercise that included all grade levels.

Two older elementary students stand in front of a class making a presentation. The student on the left is tall and has long blonde hair and is wearing dark pants and a light purple shirt and mask. The student on the right is shorter, with shoulder length dark hair and a white sweatshirt.


The student council reps talked briefly to each class, getting feedback from the students about ways to show respect to themselves, their peers and their teachers. Some of the insightful answers included listening when others are speaking, being polite and kind, being honest, being sincere when apologizing for something, treating everyone the same, and not gossiping. Saying thank you and thinking before speaking were also suggested.


A table of smaller elementary students all drawing and coloring at a table.


Students in each grade then wrote their idea for respect on either a paper gumdrop or gingerbread man that will be part of a large NPFH mural!


An older elementary student with long dark hair and light teal sweatshirt looks over a younger elementary student with long dark hair pulled into a ponytail who is coloring a paper gumdrop.


A pre-school boy with short dark hair wearing a green camouflage shirt  sits at a table coloring a paper gumdrop.

Pine Bush Central School District
State Route 302, Pine Bush, NY 12566
Phone: (845) 744-2031
Fax: (845) 744-6189
Brian Dunn
Superintendent of Schools
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