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Human Relations Council

The #1 goal of Freedom’s Human Relations Council (HRC) is to be a positive influence on our campus; creating an environment of acceptance and respect for all students.   This student led group will brainstorm and develop ways to continuously promote a positive atmosphere of dignity, respect, and acceptance for all members of the Freedom community.  
The Human Relations Council will continuously model the 6 pillars of character through our daily conduct and strive to encourage fellow Trailblazers through random acts of kindness.
In addition, the Human Relations Council will be a part of at least one service project each year in order to do our part in supporting our greater community.

IDAC Student Activities

Student Leadership Group

HRC Supports Freedom's IDAC Student Activities 

The #1 goal of Freedom’s Human Relations Council (HRC) is to be a positive influence on our campus; creating an environment of acceptance and respect for all students.  This student led group will brainstorm and develop ways to continuously promote a positive atmosphere of dignity, respect, and acceptance for all members of the Freedom community. 

The Human Relations Council will continuously model the 6 pillars of character through our daily conduct and strive to encourage fellow Trailblazers through random acts of kindness. 

In addition, the Human Relations Council will be a part of at least one service project each year in order to do our part in supporting our greater community. 

 



HRC Supported Student Events on Campus: 

All student events will focus on developing a culture of dignity and respect for all students on campus.    

August- No Backpack Day @ Freedom focusing on: team building, respect, building community in their classrooms, acceptance of all, awareness of other’s feelings and kindness.

September- Taste of Freeom Multi-Cultural Event featuring food, dance & attire from various cultures  

November- Dawali Art @ Lunch Time for All Students

December- Hmong New Year Art @ Lunch Time for All Students

February- Chinese New Year Art @ Lunch Time 

March- School Wide Kindness Activity  

May- Cinco De Mayo Art @ Lunch Time 


HRC Supported Service Projects: 

December- Halo Café Pet Food Drive, Benefiting Fresno County’s Pet Food Pantry 

January- Canned & Perishable Food Drive, Benefiting the Pinedale Food Bank  

 

 For more information on HRC, please contact:  [email protected]

HRC Student Events

 
 

Holidays Around the World

Our site picked numerous multi-cultural holidays to highlight and celebrate over the course of the year.  Below are pictures of a few of the holidays we highlighted.  
 
 

Disability Awareness

Freedom is focused on highlighting all students unique abilities through education and creating a culture of acceptance and understanding.  

Taste of Freedom Annual Event

The annual Taste of Freedom multi-cultural event celebrated and honored a varitey of cultures.  We enjoyed a lovely evening with the Freedom community watching great multi-cultural performances and eating dinner!  Live performances included the Clovis East & Freedom Folkloric Dancers, Hmong Dancers, Polynesian Dancers, Line Dancers, Balinese Dancers, Clovis East Percussion and Colorguard, and much more.  Food was also sampled from a variety of cultures during our wonderful community event.

Taste of Freedom Event Photos

 
 
 

Positivity Project

What is The Positivity Project?

The Positivity Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping America’s youth build stronger relationships by recognizing the character strengths in themselves and others. Their vision is to create citizens and leaders who will enhance our communities and country by internalizing the belief that “Other People Matter.” Positive psychology’s scientifically validated 24 character strengths serve as its foundation. Positive psychology teaches that people have all 24 strengths within them – and that character is not just skills or behaviors, but rather an intrinsic part of each of us. 

The Project teaches children by acknowledging that the 24 character strengths are already a part of who they are as people. It helps them to realize that each and every one of them have these strengths. The project will help Freedom's teachers instill vocabulary and the meaning of the strengths through explicit teaching of each strength for 10 minutes per day.  Freedom will dedicate 1-2 weeks to each strength to help students understand them through definition, examples, discussions, and exercises. 

Visit https://posproject.org/ for more information.   

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