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Project TEAM

Project TEAM is a school-wide anti-bullying movement to help schools evolve into TEAM oriented cultures.

Educators sharing Project TEAM with students
Educators sharing Project TEAM with students

Are YOU in the House?

Mission Statement

Teamwork, charity, and leadership are not traditionally innate in children. Project TEAM introduces students to a world that is bigger than their own. They become aware of the needs in their community and beyond. Not only does Project TEAM give an opportunity for kids to focus on the importance of teamwork and leadership in their daily lives, it allows for them to take those foundations and make a difference in the lives of those in need.

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What is Project TEAM?


Project TEAM is a school-wide anti-bullying movement to help schools evolve into TEAM-oriented cultures. Through the process of implementing and practicing the Project TEAM program and curriculum, a school will see a climate change that brings every person in the school together to work toward one common goal. This instills a sense of belonging in students, a decrease in bullying, teaches proactive social skills, and creates future leaders. Students involved in Project TEAM have a deeper sense of doing the right thing. They gain important knowledge that they can use in real life situations but also aid in their academics. Project TEAM brings a positive change to students, families, and communities. These changes then become a way of life.