Jared’s new elementary program has been getting rave reviews! Principals, teachers and parents alike have been saying it’s been one of the most captivating assemblies they’ve ever brought to their school. What impresses them most is that it targets exactly what they’re trying to reinforce when it comes to responsibility, respect and bully prevention. One teacher noted “I’ve worked in this school for over 30 years and I’ve never seen a presenter captivate our students, hold their attention and bring about such a powerful message” – 4th grade teacher Elizabeth public schools, NJ.
His show is split into two groups normally consisting of a K-2 show and a 3-5 show. The K-2 is 30 minutes in length and the 3-5 show is 40 minutes in length. Each show is specifically targeted to the age group consisting of songs that keep them engaged, singing along and reinforcing positive character building messages. Your students will walk away with these songs in their heart and more importantly, the message in their head. His primary goal is to encourage the students to walk away feeling “AWESOME” about themselves and understanding that everyone has value and we need to appreciate that day by day. Don’t miss out on the chance to bring Jared to your school!
Primary Grade ShowK - 2nd Grade | Length: 30 Minutes
The primary grade show consists of super fun sing-a-long songs that describe what it’s like to be a superhero at school everyday! These songs are sure to get stuck in the heads of all the students and teachers alike! Being a superhero takes three things… learning respect, playing it safe and showing up to school READY! Your primary students will love to rock along with songs like “No Bullies Allowed” and “I Am Responsible For Me”.
Intermediate Grade Show3rd - 5th Grade | Length: 40 Minutes
The intermediate show is extremely targeted toward the changing wave in the social and emotional status of the upper grades in an elementary setting. Fifth and sixth grade students are completely different human beings than kindergarten or first grade students so this show HAS to speak their language… and it does! There is plenty of humor, engaging songs and powerful messages of how to become world changers and look at creating the best culture in the school setting to lead the way towards kindness for all.
“I have to thank you for an amazing performance here at Hendy! Your message is so powerful, your delivery is spot on for your target audience! I have been in the “kid business” for 22 years and have to tell you, I have never walked away from an assembly performance feeling the way I did yesterday. It was visible, the effect you had on students and staff!”
LeAnne Becker, Principal Hendy Elementary - Elmira NY
The Superhero Song
Teaching students what it takes to be a superhero at their school everyday! Being a superhero takes three things…learning respect, playing it safe and showing up to school READY!
No Bullies Allowed
There’s nothing better than forming a club and making sure everyone knows the rules for staying in the club. Well, “No Bullies Allowed” teaches that number one rule for the school setting and students pick up on it fast!
Change the World
This song takes intermediate grade students through the lives of some of the greatest world changers like Rosa Parks and Michael Jordan. The key to being a world changer in your world takes three steps….believing your life is valuable, working hard and most importantly looking out for others.
Beyond the Gray
The white line on the side of the road gets overlooked most times by drivers. But when you find yourself driving through the fog that line is there to keep you on the right path, pull you through that fog and most importantly make sure you reach your final destination. That’s what people are supposed to do for each other. We learn what life is all about when we love, protect and guide those around us.
“We have 3-4 presenters come in every year but this was the first time I had the students singing the songs days later and also had teachers calling me and emailing our principal about what a great show it was!”
Denise Uniacke, Elizabeth Public Schools - Elizabeth, NJ