"Pickle Power" in an initiative that promotes civility and common decency. The "Pickle Revolution" is a student-lead movement where students recognize others in the school or the community for their "Pickle Worthy" actions and words.
According to program instructor, Josephine Everhart, “It is important for students to realize that their words and actions do make a difference in the lives of each person they come in contact with. Tracking the ‘Pickle Powerful’ actions and words provides an opportunity to see how far their positive words and actions have traveled.” The “Pickle Revolution” is this generation’s way of bringing back common decency and civility towards others. Pickle Power!
To receive a "Pass the Pickle" ticket, one must be seen performing a "Pickle Powerful" action such as being: civil, caring, compassionate, polite, friendly, accepting, courteous, caring, thoughtful, sympathetic, tolerant, pleasant, thoughtful, understanding, or considerate.
a “Pass the Pickle” ticket is given, the recipient records their pickle number
and action at http://www.cvccworks.edu/PicklePower.aspx then passes the pickle along to the next
“Pickle-worthy person.” Each new
recipient records the number and describes their “Pickle Powerful” action. They can check the website as often as they
like to see if their “Pickle Actions” have traveled to each continent.
Brought to you by the Teaching Professions program at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center in Brecksville, Ohio. To be part of the Pickle Revolution, contact Mrs. Everhart at (440) 746-8217.