Rock Star Recess & Real Players Don’t Bully 2016

  1. Updates

It’s Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and at Playworks we know that real players don’t bully! Join the conversation online at #realplayersdontbully to help get safe and healthy play into more schools.

Congratulations to Haley Pilot school in Massachusettswinner of the Rock Star Recess concert from Forever In Your Mind.  Check out pictures of the concert event on social media.

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Check out real players on social media including Lizzie Velasquez, Forever in Your Mind, Sunny Mabry, Ethan EmbryJulie Foudy, Rebecca ZamoloJen Widerstorm, USC Trojans, Andrew McCutchen, Detroit Lions, Wiz Khalifa, and E! News posted the above Playworks video featuring Amari and Amir O’Neil.  See their Amir and Amari’s instagram post.

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Real Players Don't Bully
Real Players Don't Bully

October 2, 2019

Real Players Don’t Bully 2019 ›

It’s cool to be kind! In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, Playworks and it’s campaign, Real Players Don’t Bully has partnered with Google and it’s program, Be Internet Awesome to show kids the importance of practicing kindness and inclusion to prevent bullying.   This issue is important to kids and teachers alike. Teachers report that…

Safe and Healthy Recess at a Playworks school
Safe and Healthy Recess at a Playworks school

September 23, 2019

It’s Recess Checkup Week ›

It can be hard to understand the impact that your play space has on your school’s culture and your students’ experience, and while there are a lot of solutions worth trying, it’s tough to know what’s working and what’s not. Recess Lab is designed to help more principals, teachers, and students discover the power of…

September 17, 2019

Playworks Junior Coach Program named in DOJ’s ‘Promising Program’ ›

Recently, the Department of Justice (DOJ) reviewed evidence of the Playworks Coach program and found that the program met the criteria for a Promising Program intended to improve school attendance.  The DOJ invests in reviewing research that shows programs positively impact attendance because higher rates of kids attending school “prevents or reduce crime, delinquency, or…