The Positivity Project

Positivity Project

What is the Positivity Project?  logo

The Positivity Project seeks to "empower America's youth to build positive relationships and become their best selves." 

Why relationships? Because they are the cornerstone of health, happiness, and resilience…and (according to experts) many jobs of the future. The Positivity Project developed a strategy that schools use to inspire positive relationships (student-to-student and student-to-teacher) and cultivate a school-wide #OtherPeopleMatter Mindset.

CHARACTER CARDS

Students learn about 3-4 new character strengths per month.  Families are encouraged to use the Character Cards to gain a better understanding of each strength, along with the definitions and language being used at school to teach their child about the strength. 

Here is the schedule for the 2020-21 year: 

September 13-19 OPM2 - Other People Matter Mindset
September 20-26 Curiosity
September 27-October 3 Teamwork
October 4-10 Open-mindedness
October 11-17 OPM2 - Being Present and Giving Others My Attention
October 18-24 Forgiveness
October 25-31 Creativity
November 1-7 Perspective
November 8-14 Bravery 
November 15-21 Gratitude
November 22-28 Gratitude
November 29- December 5th Kindness
December 6-12 Knowing my words and actions affect others
December 13-19 Self-Control
January 3-9 Optimism/Hope
January 10-16 Prudence
January 17-23 Perseverance
January 24-30 OPM2 - Supporting others when they struggle
January 31-February 6 Integrity
February 7-13 Love
February 14-20 Humility/Modesty
February 21-27 OPM2 - Cheering others' success
February 28-March 6 Enthusiasm
March 7-13 Social Intelligence
March 14-20 Love of Learning
March 21-27 Make-up
March 28-April 3 Humor
April 4-10 OPM2 - Identifying and appreciating others
April 11-17 Fairness
April 18-24 Appreciation of Beauty
Apr. 25 - May 1 Purpose
May 2-8 Leadership
May 9-15 OPM2 - Other People Matter Mindset (outro week)

Other People Matter