Boise School District Supports Boise Kind Campaign

Boise School District Supports Boise Kind Campaign
Posted on 12/18/2018
This is the image for the news article titled Boise School District Supports Boise Kind CampaignBoise School District supports the recently announced Boise Kind initiative. City of Boise Mayor Dave Bieter and Boise School District Superintendent Dr. Don Coberly joined with other community leaders and organizations on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 to officialy unveil the initiative.  The Idaho Food Bank warehouse was the backdrop, a place where kindness is visible every day as food is provided to the less fortunate in our community, said initiative supporters.  

Boise School District looks forward to promoting the Boise Kind initiative and highlighting the many kindness, character education and citizenship programs currently taking place in our schools in every Boise neighborhood.

"A culture of kindness, respect and dignity is not new to Boise, nor to our schools," said Dr. Coberly. "In Boise's neighborhood public schools, you'll find that our students and staff seize that opportunity every day. We look forward to this partnership."

Learn more in the following video. 

Boise Kind Initiative Partners

Pictured are Boise Kind supporters. L to R: Karen Vauk, Idaho Food Bank, president and CEO; Bill Connors, Boise Metro Chamber, president & CEO; Darrel Anderson, Idaho Power, CEO; Jeff Rosenthal, Idaho Humane Society, CEO; Dave Bieter, City of Boise, mayor; Lori Shandro, Treefort, co-founder; Rabbi Dan Fink; and Dr. Don Coberly, Boise School District, superintendent. 
Boise Kind is a collaborative initiative between the City of Boise, community members, business leaders and non-profits aimed at protecting and promoting our community’s core values and ensuring that Boise remains a kind and welcoming community.