Akron Elementary School- Akron, IN performance with 5th graders and Steve Seskin- singer/songwriter sponsored by The Honeywell Center. 5th graders wrote the song entitled "Kindness is the Key" and sang it on October 4, 2017.
Akron Elementary October 2017: "Kindness is the Key"
Song written for and presented to Desmond Tutu at the Service Learning conference by Steve and conference attendees
Steve and Charlotte, NC students perform their original song
Steve working on the song, "Why Me," with Madison fifth graders
"Be Yourself" by Steve and 6th & 8th graders at Maple Crest Middle School
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Kids Write Songs is a project of Operation Respect. The mission of Operation Respect is to assure every child a respectful, safe and compassionate climate of learning where their academic, social and emotional development can take place free of bullying, ridicule and violence.
Steve Seskin is a Grammy-nominated songwriter who has written seven number one songs, including "Don’t Laugh at Me," the song that inspired the creation of Operation Respect. Steve is a passionate advocate for children, and works with them in schools across the country, writing songs with them and helping them learn the creative process while working through the real issues they're faced with in schools today.
To learn more about Steve's music, or find out about performances in your area, go to steveseskin.com. To learn more about the children's book, Don't Laugh at Me, click here.