Programs

Combat Mean Assembly : 45 minute or a  1.5 hours 

Girls will learn to define relational aggression, what it is, how to identify it and how to combat it. They will understand cyberbullying and the cost of it through a “pillow talk” discussion on the topic. This assembly is fun, engaging and interactive. Girls will take a Combat Mean pledge at the end and walk away with a silicone bracelet, and a Combat Mean pen (used for the Combat Mean pledge). We will give away two  tee-shirts as well as donate a book to the school library either fiction or non-fiction about girl bullying. This assembly is for up to 150 girls. There is a faith-based version for private schools and faith organizations.

Combat Mean Workshop: Full Day

For this workshop girls sit in small table groups. They will define and identify relational aggression and cyber bullying through small group discussions and a workbook. The girls participate in fun, interactive activities. This workshops does take a serious tone toward the middle to REALLY allow the girls to recognize the cost of mean girl behavior, and cyber bullying, as well as what role they play in it. They end with the Combat Mean pledge, a silicone bracelet and pen, as well as a Combat Mean dog tag necklace. We giveaway two tee shirts and donate a book to the school library. There is a faith-based version for private schools and faith organizations.

Combat Mean Workshop: Half Day

This is a shortened version of the full day. It’s basically a little more in-depth than the assembly but not as long as the full day workshop. They end with the Combat Mean pledge, a silicone bracelet and pen, as well as a Combat Mean dog tag necklace. We giveaway two tee shirts and a donate a book to the school library.  There is a faith-based version for private schools and faith organizations.

A $20.00 graphic tee shirt is available to pre-order and add to any package.

Service Projects

We work with schools and organizations to create girl led service projects.

Keynotes

Our speakers deliver keynotes of relational aggression, cyberbullying, and the power of words.

Let’s spread kindness and Combat Mean together! Please use our contact page for more information on our programs.