From Sandy Hook to Seattle

Building the compassionate schools movement

Following the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, Dr. Christopher Kukk and Scarlett Lewis, mother of 6-year-old Jesse Lewis, began work to weave compassion into schools. They met with President Obama and soon after with his sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, who was developing compassion curriculum for schools on the opposite side of the country. The movement to create a nation of compassionate schools had begun.

Join Compassionate Seattle—Compassionate Schools Constellation for a networking conference for teachers, parents, students, administrators, and community partners as we learn from these experts and work together to promote social and emotional growth strategies, community service opportunities, earth stewardship initiatives and innovative perspectives for rethinking schools.

August 11, 2014   7–9 p.m.   $10.00
August 12, 2014   8–4 p.m.   $20.00

$25.00 for both events if registered by August 1, 2014

Cleveland High School, 5511 15th Ave S, Seattle

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Guest speakers include:

Dr. Christopher Kukk
Western Connecticut State University
Center for Comnpassion, Creativity & Innovation

Scarlett Lewis
Founder, Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation

Marilyn Turkovich
Charter for Compassion International

Ron Hertel
OSPI, Compassionate Schools Project Director

Raj Manhas
Superintendent, North Thurston Public Schools

The office of Mayor Ed Murray
City of Seattle

Clock hours offered for all Washington State certified teachers. Light refreshments and a full lunch will be provided.

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This event is being co-sponsored by Compassionate Seattle—Compassionate Schools Constellation, and Charter for Compassion International with the generous support of Cleveland High School. This was posted on behalf of Compassionate Seattle—Compassionate Schools Constellation. Download the flyer for this event.

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