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     No Place for HAte
     
     Spring 2017 Meeting Dates:
    (During Lunch Times) 
    1/19
    3/21
    3/23
    4/20
    5/3 
     
    No Place for Hate -
    Video Activity: One by Kathryn Otoshi
     
     
    **Update**
     
    Pine Forest Elementary has earned the honor of being named a No Place for Hate® school for the FIFTH consecutive year!  
     
    2012 - 2013
    2013 - 2014
    2014 - 2015
    2015 - 2016
    2016 - 2017 
     
    2016 - 2017 No Place for Hate Crew:
    5th Graders (Returning)
    Jenna W. 
    Katie M. 
    Reece C. 
     
    4th Graders:
    Taege E.
    Mia G.
    Julianna E.
    Emily R.
    Sarah C.
    Bri B.
    Kaitlyn S.
    Jarel R.
    Brandon B.
    Hailey N. 
     
     
     
     
    Peace Sign  
     
    Our FIRST Cultural Cookbook!
    Our PFE No Place for Hate Crew designed the idea of having a cultural cookbook of recipes submitted by PFE Families and Staff to help us celebrate our rich diversity!
     
    Enjoy!
     
     
    Resolution of Respect!
     
    All of our K-5 students and all PFE staff signed posters in the hallway showing our commitment to PEACE and ACCEPTANCE of others!
     
    Resolution of Respect  
    Mrs. Burger's Class  
     Fifth Graders
     
     
    (Click to link to the page)
     
    No Place for Hate® helps to create and sustain inclusive school environments where all students feel valued and have the opportunity to succeed by promoting respect for individual differences.
     
    PFE was named a No Place for Hate® school in May 2013 and May 2014.  In order to once again have this honor, our fabulous group of six students will once again continue as the 
    No Place for Hate® Crew this year!
     
    This wonderful group of students works tirelessly throughout the year to design and implement specific activities for the entire school that support the No Place for Hate® message:
     
    Colton L.
    Sidney C.
    Micah D.
    Haley E.
     Vincent A.
    Danielle S. 
     
    I'm so thankful for these fabulous students who worked so diligently to coordinate this wonderful initiative and to the PFE faculty for making respect for others such a priority on our campus!

    We will find out if we are named a No Place for Hate® school later in May.  We are crossing our fingers that we will receive a “heavy-duty” star with the current school year printed on it to proudly affix to our banner that is proudly displayed in the cafeteria!

    No Place for Hate Crew  

     Diversity Commercial