The Morris Brothers

School Assemblies

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Elementary Schools

Currently (5) assembly topics are available for your school. All performances are a 45-minute high energy, audience participating, educational & comedic presentation aimed to please students & teachers alike. Original rock music is performed live, with the school receiving the songs & lyrics in advance of the Morris Brothers concert. All curriculum is developed by Licensed Professional Counselors and teachers. The Morris Brothers performance is a turn-key operation. They will provide their own sound system. Click on the topic below to view video clips, curriculum highlights and classroom follow up material.
(5) assembly topics are available for your school. All performances are a 45-minute high energy presentation aimed to entertain students & teachers alike with role-playing, comedy and original rock music. Assembly can be school wide (k-5), or separate (k-2) & (3-5) performances. Curriculum is developed by Licensed Professional Counselors & teachers for all topics below.

Elementary Schools Shows

They’re hip, they’re hot, they’re cool, and they are nerds?! That’s right, you heard it correctly. And N.E.R.D. stands for a Never Ending Radical Dude or Dudette. While they may look like nerds, with their taped glasses, pen-stuffed pockets, and stylish plaid flair; a secret laboratory explosion transformed these two brothers into Superheroes on a mission to save, and rock, the entire world, one concert at a time. They are the coolest nerds you will ever meet.

Their live concert performances use music, and audience participation, to educate how to stand as one against bullying, peer pressure, ostracizing and more. They reinforce to the schools, and community, using strategies & role playing, the importance of self-confidence, accepting others, having great character, being a superhero bystander, showing kindness and how to be your best.
Their motto is – the Superhero is inside all of us.

And only one thing is certain… kids love them!

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES – In the assembly students will learn (4) strategies to help make their school drug free:

Starts by knowing the difference between legal vs illegal drugs

  1. Do Your Part By Reporting – anything illegal or against school rules such as drug use.
  2. Be a Superhero Bystander – at school, home & classroom.
  3. Stop n Think – if you’re approached to smoke or drink. What will you do?
  4. Be Prepared – learn how to walk away from peer pressure to smoke or drink. Is this a real friend? Know the answer ahead of time.

* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version


* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert

Classroom follow up handout:

Ways To Say No To peer Pressure

Researched base information from the book, Bully Free Classroom.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES – Learn (5) ways to make your school bully free from the researched based book– Bully Free Classroom.

Assembly can be school wide (k-5), or separate (k-2) & (3-5) performances.

  • How to recognize different types of bullying
  • How to be a friends and respect one another.
  • Learn 5 ways to make your school Bully Free, which are:
  1. Do you part by reporting– includes bullying or anything against the school rules.
    • Role play the difference between tattling vs reporting

  2. Make your school all-inclusive– the power of including vs ostracizing others
    • Role play how to include others

  3. Be A Superhero Bystander– being responsible at school & at home
    • Role play how to be a superhero bystander

  4. Stop-n-think– learn how to be proactive
  5. Be prepared– know your strategies in advance if bullied.
    • role play 3 specific strategies to diffuse the situation with confidence
    • learn to leave and report to an adult, teacher or administrator

* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version

* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert

Over several years, the Standardized test has become a major topic of discussion at most, if not all, schools across the U.S. This program was designed to help schools prepare their students for not only their respective state assessment test; but also learn how to take all test, both as a student & adult, throughout life.
This program was designed to help students prepare for their state assessment test, as well as all test throughout life.

The Morris Brothers can perform this program:

  1. In advance as an Assessment Test preparation assembly
  2. Just before the test as a awesome Pep rally
  3. Review (6) specific test taking strategies including:
    • Leading Up To The Test
    • Night Before The Test
    • Day Of The Test
    • Reading & Writing Section
    • Math Section
    • Answering Questions Correctly
  1. Motivating the students and staff by developing a positive attitude.
  2. Encourage each student to set a goal to do their best in life and on the state assessment test & all test.
  3. Review (6) specific test taking strategies – Starting with goal setting and having a plan.
    • Leading Up To The Test – discuss tips for building confidence by preparing weeks & days in advance ahead the test via nutrition, sleep & studying
    • Night Before The Test – discuss tips for preparing the night before the test by being prepared.
    • Day Of The Test – discuss stress reduction tips for day of, before and during the test
    • Reading & Writing Section – discuss strategies such as using your imagination, looking for key words, etc when telling a story.
    • Math Section – strategies for word problems, changing words to standard form, showing your work, etc.
    • Answering Questions – strategy on how to answer questions by lining up answers with questions, process of elimination, proof read, etc.

* An exciting, competitive and fun game show is held at the end of the assembly, with students from each grade level as contestants covering points from the assembly.

* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version
* An exciting, competitive and fun game show is held at the end of the assembly

* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert

Character education assembly

During the assembly these 5 pillars of character are discussed.

  • Respect
  • Fairness
  • Responsibility
  • Trustworthiness
  • Caring

Highlights include discussing:

  • Reporting vs. tattling in the classroom without disturbing others
  • Ostracizing vs. including others
  • Having great character in the classroom by being responsible & listening to your teacher.
  • Being prepared if someone with bad character peer pressures you & how to walk away with confidence
  • Reporting vs. tattling
  • Ostracizing vs. including others
  • Having great character in the classroom
  • Being prepared against peer pressure or bullying

Understanding good Character as the actions you would take when you know no one would find out.

* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version

* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert

The 3 R’s to Classroom Behavior
Respect, Responsibility and the Right to Learn

This assembly is designed to teach and reinforce the skills needed to maintain proper classroom behavior with the 3 R’s to Classroom Behavior.

Goals and Objectives for grades (Pk-3):

  • Keeping your hands, feet and objects to self
  • The use of good manners
  • Raising a “patient” hand in class when answering a question
  • Using self-control & turning in class work and homework in on time
  • Staying on task & following directions the first time asked
  • Reporting vs. Tattling
  • 2 people can’t talk at same time in class
  • The use of good listening skills
  • Walking in a quiet line down the hallway
  • Keeping your hands, feet and objects to self
  • Raising a “patient” hand in class
  • Staying on task & following directions
  • Reporting vs. Tattling
  • 2 people can’t talk at same time
  • Walking in a quiet line down the hallway

* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version

* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert

Goals and Objectives
The wellness show is designed to teach and promote that Wellness is our mind and body working together. This fun & interactive assembly discusses

Call for Availability

Wellness

  • Definition of Wellness – Mental & physical
  • Goal setting – To be in your best shape, you must have a plan
  • Eating right – Now & in the future
    • Proteins – examples
    • Carbs – examples
    • Fats – examples
    • Water – examples
  • Exercise tips – daily & for life
    • Moves they can do at school & home.
    • Fun exercises
    • Get up and exercise during songs.
  • Lowering your stress – During test & any time of the year.
  • Being prepared – helps lower stress & increases wellness.
  • Prepare for school the night before.
  • In the classroom – listen with entire body.


* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert

Middle Schools

Each 45 minute assembly program covers an assembly topic on Character Education & Leadership or Test Taking Skills. Original songs are performed that relate to these specific topics and promote student involvement, while raising the bar to your middle school students’ level. Different types of bullying, cyber-bullying, leadership & how choices have outcomes are all explored in an exciting, mature way they can relate to.
Each 45-minute assembly program covers either Character Education / Leadership or Test Taking Skills, along with role-playing, comedy and original rock music. Physical bullying, verbal bullying, cyber-bullying, leadership & how choices have outcomes are all explored in an exciting, mature way middle school students can relate to.

Middle School Shows

They’re hip, they’re hot, they’re cool, and they’re nerds?! That’s right, you heard it correctly, and N.E.R.D. stands for a Never Ending Radical Dude. While they may look like nerds, with their taped glasses, pen-stuffed pockets, and stylish plaid flair, a laboratory explosion transformed these two brothers into Superheroes on a mission to save and entertain the entire world.

And only one thing is certain… kids love them!

Assembly Topics:

Over several years, the Standardized test has become a major topic of discussion at most, if not all, schools across the U.S. This program was designed to help schools prepare their students for not only their respective state assessment test; but also learn how to take all test, both as a student & adult, throughout life.

This program was designed to help students prepare for their state assessment test, as well as all test throughout life.

The Morris Brothers can perform this program:

  1. In advance as an Assessment Test preparation assembly
  2. Just before the test as a awesome Pep rally
  3. Review (6) specific test taking strategies – Starting with goal setting and having a plan.
    • Leading Up To The Test
    • Night Before The Test
    • Day of The Test
    • Reading & Writing Section
    • Math Section
    • Answering Questions Correctly

  1. Motivating the students and staff by developing a positive attitude.
  2. Encourage each student to set a goal to do their best in life and on the state assessment test & all test.
  3. Review (6) specific test taking strategies – Starting with goal setting and having a plan.
    • Leading Up To The Test – discuss tips for building confidence by preparing weeks & days in advance ahead the test via nutrition, sleep & studying
    • Night Before The Test – discuss tips for preparing the night before the test by being prepared.
    • Day Of The Test – discuss stress reduction tips for day of, before and during the test
    • Reading & Writing Section – discuss strategies such as using your imagination, looking for key words, etc when telling a story.
    • Math Section – strategies for word problems, changing words to standard form, showing your work, etc.
    • Answering Questions – strategy on how to answer questions by lining up answers with questions, process of elimination, proof read, etc.

* An exciting, competitive and fun game show is held at the end of the assembly, with students from each grade level as contestants covering points from the assembly.


* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version
* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music and audience participation throughout the show

Goals and Objectives – This character education assembly is designed to bring leadership and good character decisions to the attention of your middle school student’s, on their level.

Goals and Objectives – Bring leadership and good character decisions to your middle school students, on their level.

A great character school understands that bullying and lack of character go hand in hand. Assembly outline includes these 3 pillars:

Respect

For yourself
For others
Report anything illegal, or against school rules or is physically threatening

Responsibility & Trustworthiness

  1. Difference between a leader and a follower
  2. Practicing great character by recognizing different types of middle school bullying
    1. Physical Bullying
      • Picking fights
      • Threats & taunting
    2. Verbal Bullying
      • Gossiping & spreading rumors
      • Ostracizing & starting rumors
    3. Cyber Bullying
      • What is it – threats by Texting, Emailing, Sending pictures, etc
      • Consequences & harm caused
      • How to stop it
      • Keep information private
      • Delete & Report
      • Calm down
      • Don’t contribute, be a leader, not a follower

Caring
Learning how peer pressure occurs and how to be prepared by having good character

  1. Respect

    For yourself
    For others
    Report anything illegal, or against school rules or is physically threatening
  2. Responsibility & Trustworthiness

    Difference between a leader recognizing different types of middle school bullying

    1. Physical Bullying
    2. Verbal Bullying
    3. Cyber Bullying
  3. Caring
    How to be prepared against peer pressure

* To view more detail, please visit the desktop website version

* Role plays are included showcasing peer pressure
* Original music and audience participation throughout the show