Our wonderful professional pioneers in education, children and family counseling, as well as the business world, are the reason we’re gaining ground in the battle against incivility. Here are some of their generous testimonies to our progress. We are forever grateful for them and their success in developing a safer and happier world in which to live.
We’ll do everything we can to make sure you are successful too!
Wayne King, Principal, Alternative High School
“Basically the vision for Operation Hedgehog stems from the idea of creating awareness and appreciation through our curriculum. It’s been a marvelous connection on our campus. It has made themes within those books relevant to what we’re doing. And it has in many cases helped with the culture of our campus. It has been a profound partnership for the last year or so. It works…”
Cynthia A. Williams, Principal, St Johns Technical School
“The program has created an awareness and appreciation of others on overcoming obstacles. This awareness has created a culture of achievement and we are grateful to have Operation Hedgehog at St. Johns Technical High School.”
“The year before we implemented Operation Hedgehog at St.Johns Technical High, over 400 referrals were earned by our 160 students. Two years later, only 48 referrals. A nearly 90% improvement. I highly recommend Operation Hedgehog. ”
Middle-High School Teacher, M.B.
“I am so thankful for the opportunity of having the Operation Hedgehog program in our school . The Life Lesson- teacher guide with goals and activities for students is so constructive and helpful. Our students are so fortunate to benefit from all this knowledge, positive principles, and great values for everyday living.”
Glennette Tilley-Turner, Author and Guest of Honor at Junior High Event
“’It was rare and wonderful for the students to form a receiving line and to look me in the eye, give a firm handshake, and introduce themselves. In doing so they honored me. As I shook each hand I could see that every student felt a sense of his or her own significance–or as Dr. Martin Luther King expressed the feeling, a sense of “Somebodiness.”’
Junior High Principal, Dr. Saryn Hatcher.
“I was very pleased with the information that was presented in a student centered manner as well as age appropriate.” Even months later… “Teachers commented students were more respectful.” –