Week of Respect October 5-11, 2016
In observance of New Jersey’s dedicated Week of Respect, Cedar Hill School will have special activities to heighten awareness and focus on the prevention of harassment, intimidation, and bullying. Throughout this week, we will have meaningful lessons and activities to educate our students on the meaning of respect and how to prevent bullying.
Wednesday, October 5th:
“Team Up Against Bullying”
Students and faculty wear favorite team T-Shirt/Jersey.
Thursday, October 6th:
"Being respectful is no sweat!"
Students and faculty wear sweats.
Friday, October 7th:
"We Connect with Respect at Cedar Hill School"
Students & faculty wear Connect with Respect T-Shirt.
Monday, October 10th:
“Dream Big! & Show Respect”
Students & faculty wear pajamas.
Tuesday, October 11th:
“Put a Lid on Bullying!”
Students & faculty wear baseball-style hat.
Picture Day for Students and Faculty: Monday, September 26th
Cedar Hill School Has Been Awarded Two Prestigious Honors
Cedar Hill’s Diversity Committee has been given a National Promising Practices in Character Education award. 327 Promising Practice awards were given this year to schools, districts, and youth-serving organization from across the United States, as well as from Canada, China, Colombia, and Mexico. You may read the PRESS RELEASE regarding the program for more information.
Additionally, Cedar Hill has been designated as a National School of Character! We are one of only 13 such schools in the state, and one of only 68 in the whole country!
Thank you to all of our wonderful students, staff and families for the respect and character that you display at Cedar Hill and for embracing diversity at Cedar Hill each and every day.