Who presents?-Dianne Grossman, Mallory's Mother
What does our 1-hour assembly cover? -A presentation explaining intention for good, gone bad -A message for teachers-Mallory's life at school and how being excluded & bullied hurt her-Mallory's mantra of living a bracelet KIND of life and what that means-Each student receives the effective blue band EMPOWERING the children to be the up standers
We also budget time in our presentation for a Q & A session for Dianne Grossman, Mallory's mom, to answer questions from the audience.
Why do the school assemblies require a pre-screened Q&A session?-We, as adults, can gain a lot of knowledge from the questions children ask, it is important we GIVE them a voice and allow them to be heard. -We recommend you set up a shoe box allowing children to prepare for our visit by letting them anonymously place questions they want to ask about bullying OR suicide, this is a wealth of knowledge for administrators.
Are there alternatives to the assembly?-Dianne Grossman, Mallory's mom, can offer a story telling style program for the younger kids where we use two books written by a local NJ school teacher to talk about sometimes feeling sad, lonely and excluded. -Dianne talks about how words hurt and that OUR words matter. -These students also receive a blue band to remind them to be kind and live a bracelet KIND of life.
What are the costs?Depending on the number of students we typically charge $1,200.00, this includes the bracelets. If you decide you would like an evening session for parents, we charge $500.00 for a 6pm-8pm on the same day of the assembly.
How to book your event?This form will allow our team to review your request. Please allow 7 business days from the date you submit your request to receive a response regarding your event inquiry. If you would like to schedule a time to talk please send an email to Info@mallorysarmy.org.