Tyler’s interactive art-creation and storytelling assemblies encourage students to identify their own personal frustrations and struggles as challenges that can be turned into positive change to self, school culture, and the greater community.
18th and 19th century medicine, from the Revolution to the end of the Civil War.
Concert Assembly Programs focusing on Reading, Bullying, Character Ed, Wellness and more!
Character education, Bullying, Respect, Manners, Reading, citizenship, and holiday themes
Chinese acrobatics performance
Music, Dance and Cultural Diversity
“The play focuses on a longing for magic, a wish for a transformative power…A compelling performance…It celebrates human ingenuity.”
– The New York Times
It doesn’t have to be this way. Creating a school climate less susceptible to harassment, bullying and violence is possible. We see it happening in socioeconomically and demographically diverse schools across North America every day. For us, it started when Rachel Joy Scott was the first person killed in the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999. But that was only the beginning of the story.
We have programs for all themes and needs, from our STEAM Museum (a portable hands-on science museum), to historical reenactors, to engaging all-day workshops for your students.
Writing is your right to put what’s on your mind and heart on paper — rhyming poetry, popular song re-writing, public speaking
Core Values, Bullying, and Character Education
Participatory song, movement and stories revolving around specific themes, many nature-oriented.