A No Place for Hate School®
Thursday, June 20, 2019
Do what is expected and do it the best that you can.
This rule and these expectations summarize the philosophy of the Make Your Day program. It is based on the premise that every person within the school environment has the right to complete his or her responsibilities without interference from others. From a student's point of view, this means that they can expect a physically and emotionally safe school environment that is enhanced by a focus on learning.
MAKE YOUR DAY is based on a philosophy that promotes development of an internal locus of control in students. The basic tenets of this philosophy are built on human dignity and responsibility. Students understand that their actions result in fair, logical, and predictable consequences that are enforced in a manner that preserves their dignity. When one internalizes the philosophy inherent in Make Your Day, the structure and how to utilize it become obvious.
Campo Bello Designated as No Place for Hate®
The Anti-defamation League (ADL) has designated 21 Arizona schools No Place for Hate®. The schools are being recognized for creating safe and respectful learning environments, bringing awareness to issues of bullying and bias throughout the 2015-16 school year. The four PVSchools that received this designation are Aire libre Elementary, Campo Bello Elementary, Greenway Middle and Vista Verde Middle.
Each school will have a ceremony to honor students, staff and community efforts by presenting a presenting a personalized No Place for Hate® banner from the ADL.
Since 1999, No Place for Hate® has directly reached more than 3.5 million people and is active in than 1,700 schools nationwide.