What is be nice.?

a mental health awareness, bullying and suicide prevention initiative that focuses on school-wide change through simple, daily actions

the n.i.c.e. model

Programs


The elementary program is centered around a group of staff, teachers and parents from your school that comprise the be nice. committee. The committee will make decisions on how best to launch be nice. in your school and will hold your school accountable in sustaining the program.

Elementary be nice. includes:

  • Instructions on how to launch the be nice. initiative in your school
  • Lesson plans according to Common Core that reinforce the be nice. message in the classroom
  • Access to the beniceonline.com Portal for additional lesson plans, activities, fundraising ideas and support
  • Access to monthly webinars hosted by the be nice. team
  • 30 t-shirts, wristbands and lanyards to start the movement
  • Discounted be nice. merchandise for your entire school

Pricing

$1500 for first year schools and $500 for each year after that

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The middle and high school programs leverage the enthusiasm of your students to make a change in your school. The program is centered around a group of student leaders who, with the help of a few motivated adults, plan, launch and sustain the be nice. initiative at your school.

Middle and High School be nice. includes:

  • Instructions on how to start and sustain the initiative
  • Merchandise for your student leaders
  • Access to the beniceonline.com Portal for additional content, planning resources, education, fundraising ideas and support
  • Access to monthly webinars hosted by the be nice. team
  • Discounted be nice. merchandise for your entire school

Pricing

$1500 for first year schools and $500 for each year after that

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  • “be nice. is about anti-bullying, but teaches the students more than just ‘don’t be a bully.’ It teaches students how to stand up for one another and help someone who may be a victim rather than being a bystander and watching such a hurtful thing happen.”

    Ms. Rosenberg, Teacher – Jenison Jr. High School

  • “This is one prevention initiative in my opinion that does make a difference. This is one of the most significant and dynamic processes I have come across in nearly 30 years in education.”

    Mr. Kamstra, Counselor – Zeeland Public Schools



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