She literally has inspired millions of people to continue the chain reaction she started She was also an active member of church youth groups; at the Orchard Road Christian Center, she attended a youth group named "Breakthrough", where she displayed a passionate interest in both evangelism and discipleship.
How have we done it? I have no more personal friends at school. Her vision to start a chain reaction of kindness and compassion is the basis for our mission: In my own life, ethics play a major role.
Another thing I liked and respected so much was that she made it clear At Columbine, she was an attentive, above-average student who displayed a flair for music, acting, drama, and debate.
The Reverend Porter began the Rachel challenge essay by addressing the congregation with the question, "What has happened to us as a people that this should happen to us? The next day, he was interviewed at length by Katie Couric on the Today show.
Participants are trained to perpetuate the chain reaction of kindness envisioned by Scott. Retrieved 5 May Trust and honesty is an investment you put in people; if you build enough trust in them and show yourself to be honest, they will do the same in you.
Scott and Nimmo later published two more books inspired by their daughter and her legacy: I would hope that people would put that same faith in me. Louis, Missourion July 14 that year. We have a comprehensive set of age-appropriate programs for K, college and business.
Bullying and violence decrease. Even in being honest and trustworthy, I do not come off cold and heartless. On one occasion, this included writing a prayer for one of the perpetrators of the Columbine High School massacre.
Craig Scott urged viewers on The Oprah Winfrey Show two days later to refrain from too much focus on the shooter, saying "I have found students that actually idolize the two shooters at Columbine A chain link fence was also installed around the vehicle for mourners to attach their tokens of grief such as flowers, crucifixes, teddy bears, and letters of condolence; her vehicle was scarcely visible beneath the gifts left on it.
After her death, many students that Rachel reached out to shared stories with the Scotts about the profound impact her simple acts of kindness had on their lives; even preventing one young man for taking his own life.
We see it happening in socioeconomically and demographically diverse schools across North America every day. My codes may seem like a fantasy that can never be reached, but test them for yourself, and see the kind of effect they have in the lives of people around you.
People will never know how far a little kindness can go.
They also need to create an atmosphere in the school where students share with someone if they ever hear or see a threat. For example, imagine you had just met someone, and you speak with them three times on brief everyday conversations.
Furthermore, because of her faith, she was occasionally subjected to mockery by several of her peers, including Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.
President Bush requested a copy of the speech, and Craig Scott was later invited back to the White House to speak further on these issues. Let me ask you something…did you ever ask them what their goal in life is, what kind of past they came from, did they experience love, did they experience hurt, did you look into their soul and not just their appearance?
Couric later recalled the interview as "one of the most memorable and even spiritual experiences [she] had ever had". As Rachel wrote in her final school essay: The tearful interview, which NBC did not interrupt with normally scheduled station breaks, was described a year later by USA Today as "one of the most indelible moments of the tragedy".
Scott offered her continued support to all these people, and willingly met or talked with them, conveying her continued friendship and support.In this essay, I will discuss James Rachels’ article “The Challenge of Cultural Relativism”, in which he criticizes the normative cultural relativism argument which is about how different cultures have different moral codes, thus there is no single.
Scott was the first of 12 students and one teacher who were shot and killed at the school in Littleton, Colorado, but her voice for kindness and love lives on through Rachel's Challenge, a.
Rachel’s Challenge- Mission Statement We exist to inspire, equip and empower every person to create a permanent positive culture change in their school, business, and community by starting a chain reaction of kindness and compassion. Rachel's Challenge is an organization in the United States that works to reduce violence.
It is a non-religious, non-profit, non-political organization, led by Darrell Scott and his wife Sandy. Rachel Scott was the first student killed in the Columbine High School shooting in Darrell Scott.
Bio: Another Challenge competitor who could be considered a veteran's veteran, Rachel is back for a sixth shot at the prize. She works as a personal trainer in Original Season: RR: Campus Crawl.
Rachel's Challenge is the most powerful intervention I have seen in 40 years of working in education. - Dr. Robert Marzano.Download