McKay Hatch, 17 year old founder of the No Cussing Club, made news across the nation this year, appearing in tons of media, including Dr. Phil, The Early Show and Good Morning America! Click htonight show with Jay Lenore media.
Now McKay is sharing his inspirational story with kids everywhere in this 45 minute presentation!
Your students will meet McKay Hatch and hear him tell his experiences of:
• The Story of The No Cussing Club How his simple request to his friends to stop cussing around him became a small club of 25 and grew to over 20,000 worldwide.
• Standing Up to Peer Pressure and Bullying Besides taking heat from kids at school for his stance on clean language, McKay has got to be the most cyberbullied kid in the world, receiving thousands of hate filled e-mails from kids and adults from around the world. McKay explains what keeps him going!
• How Language Shapes Your World The language you use with others is the greatest power you have to affect the mood of the world around you.
• How Kids Can Make a Difference I'm just a kid like you. If I can do it, SO CAN YOU!
"In 25 years as an administrator I have never seen a kid command an audience of 600 children the way McKay did!"
Principal Carol Rae Ranch Elementary Gilbert, Arizona
"It was amazing. He had instant rapport with these kids. You could hear a pin drop. I've never seen anything like it."
Parent La Canada Preparatory School La Canada, California
"It was amazing to watch McKay command an audience of 6th, 7th and 8th graders. He had them all singing at the end. It was a great sight to see. I would recommend his presentation to all kids."
Event Coordinator Sitting Bull Middle School Apple Valley, California
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McKay Giving Presentation
LIMITED TIME! McKay is the perfect age to relate to your students. From one kid to another, his amazing story will inspire your students to stand up to the daily peer pressure they face. However, McKay won't be a kid forever. Therefore, we are only booking a limited number of engagements.
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