your weekly customized video broadcast
The world is filled with bad news.
Give your school a regular dose of good news.
What if your school could have a new PRO-KIDS video each week that was fun, customized, and helpful?
Let’s give your kids and families some GOOD NEWS.
Let’s think about this school year from a kid’s perspective.
It’s just not as much fun, is it?
Whether learning remotely or in-person, COVID has changed things.
Social distancing and online learning… it’s all just tough.
Think of it as your morning announcements, only this would be your once-a-week (or once a month) broadcast.
As always, we'll capture attention with magic, music, comedy, puppets & clever scripting.
includes segments such as:
Positivity that hooks the kids right away.
They see THEIR school, so it’s clear this is JUST FOR THEM.
We want them to know they still have a place to belong.
your school pledge
We’ll lead your school pledge each and every episode, encouraging kids to exceed school expectations.
word from the bird
This of this like SNL Weekend Update.
Do you have important information to get out to families? Vern will deliver the info in a fun & memorable way.
word of the month
Don’t take a COVID good character break! Remind students all month long about what’s important at your school.
We’ll use your definition and lingo and craft magic & stories that support the message.
Instead of blasting out another parent email, do a quick video interview with Tim or one of the puppets. This could be a weekly principal interview… or feature anyone from your school!
student of the week
Have a student you want to recognize?
Get us the details and they’ll be thrilled when they are featured in GOOD NEWScast.
Parents will get to see it, too!
exercise of the week
We’ve had P.E. teachers who wanted to use our broadcast to challenge students with the exercise of the week.
We can feature anyone from your school who “catches the vision” for what is possible with this broadcast!
mental health minute
Does your social worker have a tip to share?
This broadcast can be a key component to keep your students “on track” educationally, emotionally, and physically.
This is not your normal news,
and your school is going to love it.
Tim connects with kids — they love his magic, his puppets, and how he never talks down to them. He treats the kids like equals, and they know that he cares.
Does this take a lot of time on our end?
is weekly the best format?
Can we still have the live shows?