THE “LOOK” OF RENAISSANCE

You can “feel” the attitude and climate; you can “see” the culture of a Renaissance school. These best practices are designed to show all school stakeholders Renaissance through visual cues throughout school campus areas. Décor and designs of the front office and gym lobbies; visuals of murals and displays in the hallways, offices, bathrooms, outside walls, sidewalks, and other commons areas; and student “wearables” such as t-shirts and lanyards – all these elements make up the look and feel of a Renaissance school.

WOW COMMITTEE
The Look of Renaissance

Create a committee in your school that is in charge of decorating the school and making it look great. School type: Middle School, High School Activity goal: […]

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FIRST IMPRESSIONS
The Look of Renaissance

Clean up the entrance to your school and make it welcoming so you can give a great first impression. School type: Elementary School, Middle School, High School […]

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PINNING CEREMONY
The Look of Renaissance

Create a feeling of belonging to the school community in the new class of students by having a pinning ceremony. School type: High School Activity goal: Welcome […]

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Inspirational Stair Decals
The Look of Renaissance

Bring a splash of color and inspiration to your stairways. School type: K-12 Activity goal: Brighten up your school with inspirational expressions Submitted by: Jostens Renaissance Education […]

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Bulletin Board Awards
The Look of Renaissance

Have a competition among staffulty to decorate the bulletin boards to create a better school aesthetic. School type: K-12 Activity goal: Decorate the school and foster […]

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Sidewalk Chalk Messages
The Look of Renaissance

Set the tone of your school as a welcoming, fun place where everyone belongs. School type: K-12 Activity goal: Welcome students to campus with positive messages […]

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A Compliment for Every Student
The Look of Renaissance

A great way to display your positive culture in the hallways School type: K-12 Activity goal: Show your students some recognition easily and inexpensively Submitted by: Jostens […]

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Inspirational Murals
The Look of Renaissance

Add color, life, and pride to your school. School type: K-12 Activity goal: Create a fun, colorful atmosphere in your school. Submitted by: Tara Campbell

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Department Themed Murals
The Look of Renaissance

Add color and life inside your building School type: K-12 Activity goal: Create a colorful environment inside your school Submitted by: Tara Campbell

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School Entrance Signs
The Look of Renaissance

Increase school pride with entrance signs on your campus School type: K-12 Activity goal: Increase school pride Submitted by: Tara Campbell

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The Look of Renaissance: Birthday Walls
The Look of Renaissance

A great way to recognize students and staffulty during their birthday month. School type: K-12 Activity goal: Provide recogntion for all students and staffulty members. Submitted by: Tara […]

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WALL OF ACCEPTANCE
The Look of Renaissance

“When people come into our lobby and see it for the first time, they are drawn toward it. If they do not have children in our […]

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RENAISSANCE IN THE WALKWAY
The Look of Renaissance

Create suspense and anticipation by spacing out each part of this project without giving away its goal until complete. This project is a little more expensive […]

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GIVE ME A HAND WALL
The Look of Renaissance

Encourage kindness and compassion with a “Give Me a Hand” wall. School type: Elementary School Activity goal: Encourage kindness and compassion Submitted by: John McCullar, AL […]

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CAST OF CHARACTER
The Look of Renaissance

Reinforce good behavior while creating visual reminders for other students by giving bracelets for good behavior. School type: K-12 Activity goal: Reinforce acts of good character […]

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ALUMNI WALL OF GREATNESS
The Look of Renaissance

This idea hits a lot of goals at once—community relationships, inspiration for current students, and a way to create a “Look of Renaissance” for your school. […]

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