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Positivity Project

The Positivity Project at Chenango Valley

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Empowering students to build positive relationships.

Positivity Project Calendar (2021-2022 School Year): Click Here
Chenango Valley is excited to continue the character strength education program called “The Positivity Project” (or “P2”) throughout the district for the 2021-2022 school year. You may see the hashtag #CVP2 in various publications throughout our district to help highlight this program.

The program is part of a nationwide movement and is focused around positive psychology’s scientifically-validated 24 character strengths. Students will discover ways to recognize these strengths in themselves and others to help build stronger relationships with their school community.
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Weekly focus areas can be found throughout our district calendar in a red font on Sundays of that week. 
The program’s hashtag is #PositivityInAction. It asks students to reflect on the following mindset:
  1. Identifying and appreciating the good in others.
  2. Knowing that my words and actions affect others.
  3. Supporting others when they struggle.
  4. Cheering others on when they succeed.
  5. Being present and giving others my attention.

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*Photo from 2019-2020 school year.

Positivity Project (P2) Photo Gallery

What is The Positivity Project?

Positivity Project News and Updates

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High School Student Council Shows Gratitude with Cookies

The Chenango Valley High School Student Council recently organized a sweet surprise for support staff members.

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CB Gratitude Tree Shows What Students are Thankful For

The Chenango Bridge Elementary Gratitude Tree is on display at the school, showing some of the things that students are most thankful for this year.

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Spanish Class Creates Calaveras for Día de los Muertos

For Día de los Muertos, Señora Griffin's Spanish class created calaveras (skulls) out of marshmallows.
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Sixth Grade Social Studies Classes Research 'Our Earliest Ancestors'

Mrs. Vesci’s sixth grade social studies classes recently researched "Early Ancestors."
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‘P2’ Activity Focuses on Forgiveness

On October 21, Chenango Valley High School students learned how a few school supplies and a shoe box can help teach a lesson on forgiveness during a “Positivity Project” (“P2”) activity.
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STEAM Activities Highlight Teamwork Skills

Chenango Bridge and Port Dickinson Elementary students have enjoyed incorporating the Positivity Project character strength of “Teamwork” into their STEAM classes!
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