Please Register For Our School Program Before July 8th
We are trademarked so all schools must license our program to participate.
Here's What Happens After You Purchase the Program:
A Campaign Kit Arrives in the Mail in August
Your Kit includes everything you need to inspire a school of 400 to create 4,000 messages of gratitude, 400 letters of thanks, and 400 meaningful moments between students any time during the 2020 - 2021 school year.
An Online Training Platform Helps You Run Your Program
Created by students and teachers like you, our platform empowers a group of 4th - 6th grade student leaders to easily run a school-wide campaign, and inspire everyone in the process! (We will have a remote learning option as well.)
Spread Gratitude & Kindness Throughout Your School!
Students take ownership of their school climate by running the program themselves and are thrilled at their newfound ability to inspire others. The program offers a systematic approach to uplifting the entire community.
The Gratitude Spot
"Gratitude Spots" are placed throughout the school to give kids the chance to step on the spot and share their gratitude.
You Matter Letters
Students write "You Matter Letters" to someone in their life who matters to them and deliver them in person.
Kindness Cards are passed throughout the school to inspire acts of kindness between students and staff.
Brooker Creek Elementary School
Tarpon Springs, Florida
West Terrace Elementary School
John H. Amesse Elementary School
The Program is Based on Dr. Barbara Fredrickson's Broaden & Build Theory in Psychology
Feedback from school staff has been 100% positive and 92% of students reported that they would recommend the program to other schools. Learn more about the "Broaden and Build Theory" in this talk by Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, a highly cited scholar in psychology... as well as an enthusiastic supporter of the Look for the Good Project!
This is a Fun & Systematic Approach to Preparing a School for Social Emotional Learning
We Can Help Your Community Recover
Case Study: Gifft Hill School, St. John, USVI
Read how Gifft Hill School used our program after a natural disaster...
"This campaign cut our discipline referrals in half and they have not been as high since before we started this program. It truly has helped kids think outside themselves and about others."
— Rachel Gabrielson
John G. Prendergast School
"We completed our Look For the Good Campaign in March and it was so successful that approximately 20 staff members spoke on behalf of the program at our Board of Education meeting. It made a huge positive impact on our staff and the students."
— Kristin Bernier
Thomaston Center School