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Council for Unity

Council for Unity, an after school program meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-5 in the anti-bullying, peer mediation room. Meetings are supervised by Ms. Losquadro and led by chapter leader Ms. Jessica. 


Our Mission at Council for Unity is to teach students to follow:

The Four Pillars

The Council for Unity’s “Four Pillars” are principles which underlie all of its work. These pillars form the basis of all curricula taught throughout the Council’s network – schools, kids’ clubs, correctional facilities, community organizations and parent groups.

FAMILY
Members treat each other with respect, creating an atmosphere of warmth and trust that allows them to grow and thrive.

UNITY
Members work to bring together all constituencies in the school or community to create an environment of safety and tolerance.

SELF-ESTEEM
Members have opportunities to develop their skills, talents, and resources. Confidence building, not destructive competition, is the key to participants’ motivation.

EMPOWERMENT
Youth run the programs. Responsibility cannot be taught; it must be experienced.



Council For Unity Announcements

  • Seder in April
    Council for Unity students will attend a seder where they will perform a skit and dance to show their appreciation for different cultures and religions.
    Posted Mar 21, 2011, 2:37 PM by Jennifer Gleason
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