VSBA Be Kind Campaign
The VSBA Be Kind Campaign is an open invitation to all members of the school and community to partake in celebrating kindness.
We deeply appreciate the commitment of school board members who work tirelessly to equip our students with the tools they need to thrive, while also exemplifying positivity and leadership. Our campaign underscores the importance of kindness in every facet of our endeavors. As board members, we actively engage with the concerns of students, staff, and the wider community, consistently demonstrating empathy and cherishing the unique perspectives of each individual. Whether we are shaping policies, engaging in daily interactions, or making choices in our personal lives, kindness remains the cornerstone. Each considerate conversation, every display of empathy, and all instances of support reaffirm our dedication to fostering a more compassionate and all-encompassing world.
The journey toward a kinder world begins with us, and the VSBA Be Kind Campaign stands as an opportunity to honor and celebrate kindness. We urge everyone to infuse kindness into every decision and interaction.
Below you will find resources available to assist your school board with celebrating kindness.
VSBA President David Woodard has provided a PSA to encourage participation in VSBA Be Kind Campaign:
Celebrate Kindness at the VSBA Annual Convention
Visit the “VSBA Be Kind Booth” located directly across from the registration area at the Annual Convention. Discover more about our kindness initiative and engage with us. Everyone who stops by will receive a free “Be Kind” wristband. Contribute to our Kindness Wall and snap a photo with a kindness-themed prompt. Share your experiences on social media using the hashtag #bekindva.
Purchase a VSBA Be Kind T-Shirt!
A limited number of Be Kind t-shirts will be available for sale at the VSBA Annual Convention in November. If you would like to reserve your shirt, please contact Sam at email@example.com for additional information.
Be Kind Initiative Podcast
Join Executive Director Gina Patterson and Deputy Executive Director Samantha Bosserman as they discuss the Be Kind Initiative and how school board members can get involved.