Etiquette for Elementary School Students
“Proper Etiquette is important to all aspects of a child’s life, from the playground to the workplace.” The School of Etiquette and Decorum offers a fun and interactive six-week After School Program for elementary schools. Contact your child’s school to see if this training is being sponsored. If it’s not offered, have your school administration or PTA call us soon to make arrangements to bring this training to your campus. Curriculums also available for Middle & High Schools.
Elementary Curriculum Includes: Proper Introductions & Direct Eye Contact, Public Speaking, Respect for Others, Lunchroom Manners, Table Etiquette, Good Sportsmanship, Classroom & Playground Manners, Telephone Etiquette, Appreciation for Others, “Thank You,” “Please,” and “Excuse Me,” Unacceptable Speech, Helping Around the House, Community & Neighborhood Etiquette, and much more. Graduation Certificates are given to each participant.
Etiquette for Middle School Students
The transitioning period for an elementary student to teenager is a difficult phase for many youth. During this significant adjustment in children’s lives, it is imperative that they fully grasp the tools of etiquette that will help them build self confidence, and earn compliments, respect and recognition from others.
The School of Etiquette and Decorum will customize a fun and interactive During or After School Program for youth. Training curriculums available from one session to an entire school semester.
Middle School Curriculum Includes: Proper Introductions & Direct Eye Contact, Public Speaking, Respect for Others, Table Manners & Dining Decorum, Good Sportsmanship, Classroom Manners, Cellular Phone Etiquette, Texting & Social Media Protocol, Appreciation for Others, Interacting Properly with the Opposite Gender, Unacceptable Speech, Teenage Success, Etiquette in Public Places, Party Etiquette, and much more. Graduation Certificates are given to each participant.
Etiquette for High School Students
High School graduation is nearing or has passed. Now it's time to prepare for college. Are you ready for the challenge? This training is designed to ease the transition between high school and college. The focus is to help the student be self-assured in social situations and promote the awareness that proper behaviors and respect are important for their success.
Topics: First Impressions, Appearance, Body Language & Posture, Proper Handshakes, Meeting New People, Public Speaking, Meeting College Recruiters, Interviewing , Resume Writing Tips, Social Media Decorum, The College Experience, Classroom & Dorm Room Etiquette, Sharing and Respecting Others Space, Letters of Recommendation, and much more.
I’ve been so impressed with how much my son has learned. He’s giving people direct eye contact (which was a problem before) and he’s speaking up as well. He now orders his own food perfectly when we go to restaurants and when we went out to eat last Thursday, an older woman stopped as she and her husband were leaving to comment on how well behaved he was. He is holding doors for people as well. I can’t wait until he can take the next class!
Antioch High parents, teachers, and staff would like to thank you for sharing your time and expertise with us. P.A.S.S. (Parents Assisting Students Success) is a valuable source of pertinent information and we truly appreciate your support and participation.
Thank you for your dynamic, insightful and delightful presentation on “Etiquette” to The American Business Woman Association – Cities by the Bay Chapter. Your presentation was enjoyed by all and the attendees rated the overall training “Excellent”. We wish you continued success and hope to see you again soon.