A Week of Kindness: From The Desk O…

As we conclude Random Acts of Kindness Week here at Springboard, I am happy to share that our “Springboarders” absolutely loved having a kindness theme in their programs this week. (As they did last week and will again next week!)

While we all enjoyed devoting an entire week to empathy and goodwill, it caused us to pause and remind ourselves that a special week is not needed for our teachers to observe and display these “acts of kindness” occurring in our programs – simply because these random acts happen every day at each of our schools. 

One of Springboard’s core values is the development of social emotional skills in our programs. This includes working in teams, showing empathy, and demonstrating kindness to others; all of which are embedded in the 6000 lessons our teachers have access to each day.  I am consistently impressed with the work our educators do to not only help develop the students in our programs academically  – but also the ways in which they teach our students to become better citizens.

I hope everyone had a great Random Act of Kindness Week!  If you haven’t already, please check out our blog posts from earlier in the week:

Random Acts of Kindness Week: Top 10 Book Picks

25 Random Acts of Kindness For Kids

And please feel free to come visit one of our programs across the country to see Springboard in action, or send an email to:



Michael T. Fay

Chief Operating Officer

Springboard Education in America


About Springboard:

Springboard is a leading provider of before and after school programs for children at elementary and middle schools across the country. With a focus on academic skills, Springboard specializes in research-based programming that reinforces classroom learning with activities targeting social-emotional development, physical well-being and teamwork. Springboard’s before school, after school and summer programs are led by experienced educators in safe and nurturing environments. Springboard consistently delivers educational activities in a fun and engaging way while extending student learning into out-of-school-time.