QOM – January Posted January 1, 2017 by NationalSAVE

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january sliderSAVE’s January focus is on Diversity. How does your SAVE Chapter create a more caring environment and embrace diversity?

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  • melquan cromedy February 12, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    Our chapter invites different people in the chapter and different events we have. And we try to encourage other kinds of people to join our chapter.

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  • Devin Philipps January 29, 2017 at 10:55 pm

    Our save chapter creates a caring enviorment and promotes diversity by accepting anyone into our save chapter. We like to invite anyone into our save chapter and include them in all our activities. It creates a caring enviorment by us allowing anyone to join and I would hope that they feel accepted in our chapter.

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  • Kaitlyn Wade January 22, 2017 at 12:57 am

    Our SAVE chapter creates open discussion between it’s officers and it’s members to bring fresh ideas, old and new from all members and creates a comfortable environment through activities and events. We do our best to uphold diversity within discussions and meetings and bring equal opportunity available within a supervised environment

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  • Taleek Harlee January 5, 2017 at 6:35 pm

    My SAVE chapter creates a caring environment by inviting people from different organizations. We invite people from all walks of life. We let everyone know that there ideas are welcome and we would like them to share them. Our chapter embrace diversity we don’t single people out we give everyone equal opportunity weather your new or old to our chapter.

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  • Jordan German January 2, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    Our chapter invites different people in the chapter and different events we have. And we try to encourage other kinds of people to join our chapter.

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  • Macey January 2, 2017 at 2:40 pm

    My SAVE chapter invites all ethnicities into our club and we embrace diversity! We play many team building activities so that people can understand that everyone is equal and that we are all friends in our club. Everyone is joined together in the club and everyone knows that the club is a race free zone, we are all equal.

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  • Marjorie Lam January 2, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    My save chapter always accommodates people of all different ethnicities when participating In any special event. We want to make sure everyone knows that we welcome people of all types in our SAVE community. We allow everyone in our club to communicate with one another and share ideas. This is how we all get comfortable with everyone and ensure a caring environment with our members and other students.

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  • Gabrielle Allen-Destroismaisons March 8, 2016 at 11:19 pm

    My SAVE chapter helps create a more caring environment and embrace diversity by inviting people of all walks of life to join our club. We hold discussions spanning a wide variety of issues of which everyone can relate to. Through group activities, we celebrate our diversity and differences. During meetings, we create a caring environment by asking what each member thinks about certain topics and truly listening to each other.

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  • Larissa wilson March 8, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    At my school we are very open to anyone and everyone in need. The way we creat a more caring environment is by being open and always there to listen to anyone who is in need to talk to someone.

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  • Maggie Adams January 10, 2016 at 1:40 am

    My SAVE chapter creates a more caring environment at Chapel Hill High School by encouraging students to accept the diversity of our school. Our school is already a very open and accepting place, so we just find ways to embody our schools mentality. We hang posters around the school, discuss ways to show people how much you care for them, and motivate our students to stay accepting and stay kind towards others.

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  • Sarah January 6, 2016 at 5:08 am

    Our SAVE chapter likes to encourage everyone to be apart of the SAVE group and other clubs or groups. They are great ways to get everyone involved and come together! Everyone is different in their own way and it awesome to see us all come together no matter the differences. We just like to see everyone fit in. Our goals in our SAVE group is to spread kindness and joy. That means involving everyone! When we all work together something great can happen!!

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  • JoAnne Saunders January 4, 2016 at 11:30 pm

    Our school is the largest elementary school on our side of the island. This means that we have, in addition to 4 rooms for each grade K-5, we have 2 primary classes for our Special Needs students, and a 1st-3rd grades ESL class. At recess time, the members of SAVE 2104 volunteer to play games, fix puzzles ,do art or sit and build with members of all of our students. My club leaders also help to escort the Special Needs and English Learners to the water fountains and bathrooms so bullying occurs. And they walk them back to their class lines when the return to class bells ring. The care and compassion our SAVE members have shown to all of our Primary grades students, has begun to “rub off” on a larger number of “unofficial” SAVE members as they too come to help out at our recess club. This makes recess time more fun and children avoid many fights, squabbles and injuries.

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  • Jenny Suwanmanee January 3, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    My SAVE Chapter coordinates with the Diverse Students Alliance (DSA) club at our school to help encourage students from all around the world with different ethnicities to feel more at home and connected to people at school by sharing their own personal experiences and any problems they might be facing as a way for us to help them get through it. We also put posters of the world up around the school as a way for students to write down and share stories about their heritage and embrace their unique identity while being in a new place. My SAVE Chapter and the DSA club will hold fun activities that encourages everyone’s participation as a way for students to get to know each other better and know that their are people out there who care for them even though they might not be of the same ethnicity.

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  • Kaleigh wright January 3, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    Our SAVE chapter does its best to create a caring environment for everyone. We include everyone in all that we do and encourage our members to share how they feel. Our chapter is like a family. We hope that our members spread or message to others not in the club and to the other clubs they are involved in as to show everyone kindness. Everyone is diverse in some way and our chapter tries our hardest to make sure everyone knows to embrace their diversity.

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  • Haley Abernathy January 2, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    We encourage all students to participate in our club or any club. Each club at highland is like a small community. Each club collaborates frequently with other clubs in order to create open and friendly atmosphere among the students. The SAVE and interact clubs set an example of collaboration and the achievement of a caring atmosphere. Since highland has students coming from many different middle schools our club, along with other clubs, believe it is important to encourage students to join clubs in order to become more comfortable and make friends while being introduced to a diverse group of people.

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