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Cultivating Leaders & Inspiring Community

Amazing School Environment- The RIGHT WAY

How To Help Students Feel Safe, Connected And Valued Without Adding Extra Work To Your Already Overloaded Day or Wasting Time On ONE MORE THING That Doesn't Work

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TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, COUNSELORS: We Can Show You How To

Empower YOUR Students To Create a Positive School culture 

Students Create Your School's Culture Now... When STUDENTS have the tools to create a compassionate, cooperative culture, EVERYBODY WINS! 

Get Into Our Online Training This Week! Click Below to Join! Space Is LIMITED!! 

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       "But Will 

Work At MY School?" 

 Yes, It Will! And We Can Show You How...

Who Is CLIC For...?

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Benefactor #1

Students

Your Students control the culture and climate of your school right NOW! Do you want them to have the tools to create a POSTIVE, Compassionate Culture?

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Benefactor #2

Teachers

Teachers, administrators, counselors, success coaches, and anybody who works directly with students will benefit! This Is Really An Amazing Program! 

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Benefactor #3

EVERYONE!

It is VERY DIFFICULT to argue that when student leaders are empowered to create a caring, cooperative culture, everyone involved benefits from that!

THIS IS WHAT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR... JUST PICTURE THIS...

THIS IS WHAT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR... JUST PICTURE THIS...

Your Students Creating An Amazing Culture in one school year For FREE So ALL Of Your students can be more successful!

*WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW YOU ALREADY HAVE FUNDING In Your budget TO TRAIN YOUR LEADERS AND MAINTAIN THE PROGRAM*

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The ONLY way for your school to have an amazing culture is to empower YOUR student leaders to create the culture in which everybody can feel safe, valued, and supported. When you do that, your students feel like they matter; they feel connected to their school community and they experience unparalleled growth.
IF All this program did was ensure that your students felt valued and felt connected to their school community, wouldn't it be worth it to check it out?           
So...what are you waiting for? Join us for a special training that explains why this is so important. Our online workshop is coming up and space is limited. You don't want to miss this!

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We are looking for a few good teachers...

Educators are leaving the profession faster than any time in history. The teacher shortages are profound. Some states' "Mandatory" guidelines and requirements that require us to follow them "with fidelity" (does anyone else hate that pair of words next to one another?!?) is very restrictive and drains the joy out of teaching for many teachers. Now, more than ever, we need to look to our students to help create a positive culture at school.

Let's face it, our energy is being drained more quickly than it is being refilled. Let's do something with/for our students that refills our bucket while restoring our passion for teaching and learning.

Let's empower our student leaders to invest in the incoming students and "new to our school" students.

If you consider yourself a teacher who is still passionate about the profession and have been able to resist the urge to leave and begin a new employment journey, we want you to join us for our next online training.

DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU...?

  • Frustrated with mandates established by people that have spent 5-years or fewer in the classroom
  • ​Your energy is being drained at a rate greater than it gets refilled on a daily basis... this sentiment might be new since March of 2020?
  • You believe that students deserve a caring teacher and you feel a little guilty about thinking about leaving the profession
  • ​You know you could make more money at another job, but you also know that you won't realize the same fulfillment of making a difference
  • You know they are going to show up and YOU want to be there for them... because the alternative is looking bleak!

About The Host

CLIC was designed to meet the need of positive culture development in schools throughout the US and around the world. Culture is the way an organization operates. It is what makes strategy work. Without culture, other initiatives will certainly fail.

"Culture is the reason why great organizations have sustained success. Culture drives expectations and beliefs. Expectations and beliefs drive behavior. Behavior drives habits. Habits create the future." Jon Gordon

Daniel and Amy Allen are caring educators who have many years of experience at all levels K-12 and post secondary. Amy is a Minnesota native from Pequot Lakes, MN. She is a school counselor with experience in elementary, middle, and high schools. She began her classroom teaching experience in 2001, as well as coaching volleyball, gymnastics, and cheer. Daniel has been a classroom teacher since 1993, and spent some time as an assistant principal of administration. Within that career, he also had 12 years experience teaching a college-level physics course in a high school in Minnesota. He has many years of coaching experience including football, basketball, and baseball. Daniel calls Pocahontas, Arkansas home, and lived in Minnesota for 28 years where he met Amy. Daniel and Amy have three adult children, and one grandchild. The couple now lives in Land O Lakes, Florida where the CLIC schools venture begins...

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About The Host

CLIC was designed to meet the need of positive culture development in schools throughout the US and around the world. Culture is the way an organization operates. It is what makes strategy work. Without culture, other initiatives will certainly fail.

"Culture is the reason why great organizations have sustained success. Culture drives expectations and beliefs. Expectations and beliefs drive behavior. Behavior drives habits. Habits create the future." Jon Gordon

Daniel and Amy Allen are caring educators who have many years of experience at all levels K-12 and post secondary. Amy is a Minnesota native from Pequot Lakes, MN. She is a school counselor with experience in elementary, middle, and high schools. She began her classroom teaching experience in 2001, as well as coaching volleyball, gymnastics, and cheer. Daniel has been a classroom teacher since 1993, and spent some time as an assistant principal of administration. Within that career, he also had 12 years experience teaching a college-level physics course in a high school in Minnesota. He has many years of coaching experience including football, basketball, and baseball. Daniel calls Pocahontas, Arkansas home, and lived in Minnesota for 28 years where he met Amy. Daniel and Amy have three adult children, and one grandchild. The couple now lives in Land O Lakes, Florida where the CLIC schools venture begins...

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Low Attendance During The 1st 30 Days of High School Predict Student Success More Than Anything Else

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High School Dropouts Fail At Least 25% Of Their Classes In Their First Year Compared to 8% For The Rest

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More Students Fail 9th Grade Than Any Other Grade... Obviously, they need more support than other students...

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Low Attendance During The 1st 30 Days of High School Predict Student Success More Than Anything Else

25%

High School Dropouts Fail At Least 25% Of Their Classes In Their First Year Compared to 8% For The Rest

4800+

More Students Fail 9th Grade Than Any Other Grade... Obviously, they need more support than other students...

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW...

If All We Do Is Solve ONE Of These Challenges, It's TOTALLY Worth IT!

OUR PROGRAM SOLVES THEM ALL...

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Teachers NEED Support Too

Teachers have a LOT to do in a day. A LOT.   Wouldn't it be awesome if we could get some help with improving attendance, engagement, and decreasing discipline issues? Your help is closer than you think! Want to find out just how close it is?

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YOUR STUDENTS CONTROL THE CLIMATE

Students control the culture of the school. Plain and simple. They are doing it now. And we know there is a core of students in EVERY school who want school to be a better place to be. How fantastic would it be if we started with those students to develop a positive, caring, cooperative, and successful culture? Don't you think we should do that?

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DOING. ONE. MORE. THING. IS. IMPOSSIBLE

Consider all the negative behaviors you deal with on a daily basis: attendance, discipline issues, conflict, apathy...  Wouldn't it be amazing if some (or all) of those went away... or were at least reduced? Would you do "One More Thing" for those results?
Well, wouldn't you? Yeah, me too!

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Support Comes In Various Forms

Research has established that when students give advice to younger students about success in an area that they have experienced, the advice "giver" benefits as well as the "receiver" of the advice. This means an intentional relationship in which student leaders invest in a small group of first-year students will benefit ALL of our students! Shouldn't we be  doing this ALREADY?

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IT IS SUCH A SIMPLE IDEA... BUT YOU NEED A FRAMEWORK TO MAKE IT HAPPEN!

We Have A Simple Framework to get you started TODAY!

  • Student-Created Resources That Fit Into A Year-Long Curriculum.
  • ​Easy-To-Train Activities
  • ​Student-Lead Activities That Are Engaging 

CULTIVATING LEADERS & INTENTIONAL CULTURE

A CLIC Program In YOUR School Will Affect Some People... 

CULTIVATING LEADERS & INTENTIONAL CULTURE

A CLIC Program In YOUR School Will Affect People... 

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Is This Your Department Head?

This is the sort of fun-sucking person who pressures the administrators to squash ANY student-centered activities that "MIGHT" be engaging. He touts that his test scores will suffer if we do anything out of the ordinary... What he doesn't realize is his test scores are about to go up as a result of empowering student leaders! (Backed by research, of course! If done with fidelity...)

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Student Leaders About To Welcome 

This is a group of student leaders getting ready to welcome new students to school on the first day. This program is self-sustaining in that the new students who get welcomed into school on the first day want to return the favor and become a student leader who welcomes new students to school... I get goose bumps just talking about it, and you will too when your students do it for the first time! It's pretty awesome!

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These Are Administrators Who Know

These administrators have realized that if they incorporate a CLIC program in their school, they will achieve a few fantastic benefits:

  • ​Fewer attendance and discipline concerns which leads to...
  • ​Happy Teachers, which leads to...
  • ​Happy Students which leads to...
  • ​high performance which leads to...
  • ​Happy Parents because happy students!

HEAR IT STRAIGHT FROM THE LEADERS

Here's What Students Are Saying About CLIC...

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Trae M.

I want to be a CLIC leader because I remember what a positive impact it had on me my freshman year, and how it made me feel like I belong at the school. Originally, I was unsure if I was going to stay at Brooks DeBartolo, but after getting to talk with the CLIC leaders and just seeing how the school is set up like a community, I decided I wanted to stay. I am very glad I did. Brooks is a very special school, and a part of that is the CLIC program. I love the idea of CLIC and what it stands for, and I would love to be involved in it for my senior year to help others like the CLIC leaders that helped me.

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Allison T.

I want to continue to be a CLIC leader because past CLIC leaders had such an impact on me and I would like to make an impact on the student at Brooks DeBartolo. I was so excited last year when I received the email informing me that I had been accepted as a CLIC leader. I was looking forward to freshman orientation so much! There is no way I would even dare to miss it this year! I want to show the incoming freshman what a great school Brooks DeBartolo is, because I know if I had gone to another school I definitely wouldn't have achieved what I have here. I look forward to mentoring the freshman because I remember loving the Fridays when the CLIC leaders came in during extended homeroom. Brooke always put in so much effort, Diana made me feel comfortable and gave me advice on what classes to take. I would really like to be there for the freshmen and sophomores next year.

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We are looking forward to meeting you and helping you on your journey to empowering your students to do amazing things! Let's make a difference. Let's give our students a way to be remembered; let's show them how to shine light into a dark place; let's give an opportunity to a student who didn't expect it! Let's go!

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