Getting Pumped for Start With Hello Week

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Hundreds of students gathered virtually during the Start With Hello Week Pep Rally to share in the excitement and enthusiasm of the call-to-action campaign.

Nearly a thousand students nationwide registered to participate in the excitement. Many schools also held watch parties where dozens of teenagers gathered in their classrooms proudly wearing green, holding up signs of love and kindness, while cheering on their classmates!

About 20 schools created videos about their own Start With Hello Week activities to be shared during the event.  

You can watch the entire event here:

You can also check out the compilations of videos submitted by students and SAVE Promise Clubs:

Westmont Hilltop Hilltoppers, Hickory Ridge High School and Amos Alonzo Stagg High School

These schools got creative in kicking off Start with Hello Week. They marshaled Marching bands and cheer routines, shared inclusive ways to say hello in different languages and carried on fun traditions.

High Point Regional High School, Calexico High School and North Marion Middle School

These students put the “i” in inclusive! See how students across the country come together to say “hello” and embrace diversity.

Elkins High School, North Broward Prep, High Point Regional High School and Mount Carmel High School

“Hello, Hej, Hola, Bonjour”, when it comes to learning how to say hello in different languages around the world, our “hello” champions got you covered! Watch how students and educators celebrate and cheer each other on.

De Zavala Environmental Science Academy, Hialeah Gardens Middle School, James Bowie Middle School and Rancho Bernardo High School

From adorable skits to impressive dance moves, students know how to use their creativity and skills to celebrate and encourage inclusivity.

Biloxi High School, Westview High School, Del Norte High School, Culter Bay Senior High School and Bear Creek Middle School

Checking in on each other and offering help are other ways to encourage a welcoming environment in schools. See our “hello” champions in action.

Learn to Start With Hello

It’s never too late to bring Start With Hello to your school. All year round, put the hello spirit into school and community events. And you can include the program in your curriculum or club activities either in person or online. Learn how you can get started today!