Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The Northeast Cobb Middle School has been named a "No Place for Hate" school by the Anti-Defamation League.
Tuesday, March 12
McCleskey Middle School has earned the ‘No Place For Hate’ designation from the Anti-Defamation League. Teams of McCleskey students and teachers completed the five steps required to demonstrate the school’s efforts in combatting bullying behaviors and educating students on diversity and acceptance. The No Place for Hate initiative provides educators and students with the resources to ensure that anti-bias and diversity education are an integral part of the school curriculum. No Place for Hate also helps to create and sustain inclusive school environments where all students feel valued and have the opportunity to succeed by promoting respect for individual difference while challenging bigotry and prejudice.
Friday, May 11, 2012
The Anti-Defamation League initiative is gaining ground in Northeast Cobb.
Friday, May 11, 2012
Davis Elementary School isn't the first school in the Cobb County School District to receive recognition as a No Place for Hate school, but it is one of the first. And it was the first Thursday. We showed you the visit Thursday of the Anti-Defamation League's Holli Levinson to Mabry Middle School to present its No Place for Hate banner for the 2011-12 school year, but Davis was her first stop that morning. Wheeler High got the No Place for Hate ball rolling in Cobb County, as East Cobb Patch reported. The application process alone represents a serious commitment of time and effort to teaching kids to accept differences, defuse conflicts and stop bullying, so the adults and the kids at each school deserve credit for taking the problem of …
Thursday, May 10, 2012
The Northeast Cobb school will be recognized as a No Place for Hate school today.
Northeast Cobb’s Mabry Middle School will be named a No Place for Hate school by the Anti-Defamation League at a ceremony this morning. The ceremony comes a week after East Cobb’s Wheeler High School celebrating becoming the first high school in the Cobb County School District to earn the designation. The ADL's No Place for Hate program has spread to more than 160 schools in the Southeast and moved nationwide since launching out of the group’s Buckhead office in 2007. The program encourages students, teachers, administrators and parents to be proactive in minimizing racial and ethnic name-calling, epithets, bias and bullying. The program also provides guidelines for holiday observances that respect the diversity of cultural and religious …