“It is an honor to invite WE CARE Sports to Tom McCall School every September. I am very particular who we bring in to provide an all school assembly. Not only must the speakers be appropriate, but they also must be engaging for all students. It has been a tradition for the last 18 years to bring these guys in. They provide a positive, enriching, and engaging performance. I would recommend WE CARE for any K-8 school especially to start the school year.”
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W.E. C.A.R.E. SP0RTS Presents
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING – SEL
Spotlight Character Trait: Self and Social Awareness
This program is designed to encourage students and staff to respect themselves, be a willing participant in PE as well as the classroom, caring for others by cooperating, giving support, showing concern and helping.
We believe that everyone has the potential to connect with and improve the learning experience of another person. The process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals and making responsible and effective decisions.
Welcome to W.E. C.A.R.E. Sports!
W.E. C.A.R.E. performs school assembly programs featuring educational and entertaining shows with hands-on instruction for small and large groups.
Contact us today to learn more & bring W.E. C.A.R.E. to your school!
“Thank you for such a great week in our school district! The assembly and hands on workshops were fun. We especially appreciate the staff development piece. We got some great ideas. We hope to see you next year.”
Tami Fitzpatrick and Martin Becerri
Physical Education Specialists, Evergreen Elementary, Sedro Woolley, WA
“Thank you so much for providing a positive environment for our kiddos. They absolutely, love being entertained and learning from you. You do such a great job and we love having you.”
PE Teacher, Aurora Elementary, Aurora, OR
“I really enjoyed your show! You are a mad man on the flower sticks. My favorite part was when you brought up all the teachers and taught them a game from Brazil. You weren’t one of those cheesy acts that some performers do. Thanks for coming to our school.”