Nichols Intermediate

What is NO PLACE FOR HATE?

No Place for Hate

 

Nichols is currently in its second year of being a banner member of the “No Place for Hate” organization within the North Texas and Oklahoma region.

 

No Place for Hate is a program that was began by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and is one of the nation’s leading civil rights and human relations organizations.  No Place for Hate is an organizing framework for K-12 schools committed to creating sustainable change that leads to improved school climate.  Participating schools are able to incorporate ADL’s anti-bias and anti-bullying resources with their existing programming to form one powerful message that all students have a place to belong.  Over 1,700 schools across the country were designated No Place for Hate in the 2015-2016 school year.

 

The goal of No Place for Hate is to inspire a national movement led by students and educators who are committed to using the power of positive peer influence to build inclusive and safe schools in which all students can thrive.

 

As a campus, we have a student led coalition team that will meet to discuss the overall climate of the school.  Nichols will complete three service projects during the year which will incorporate and focus on the ideas and beliefs of No Place for Hate.

 

Nichols No Place for Hate Coalition Team:

  • Kaden Bannister
  • Jordan Cabrera
  • Jared Calvillo
  • Wade Gardner
  • Westyn Hassell
  • Tramara Hinton
  • Natalie Joseph
  • Robert Simpson – Parent Representative
  • Bryan Caughlin – Faculty Representative

 

Information taken from the Anti-Defamation League – Dallas website:

http://dallas.adl.org/npfh/?_ga=1.246807492.1174320549.1472572189