Trout students learn to be champions through NED program

Team Radio Marketing Group - October 24, 2017 2:26 pm

Trout student Phaden Campbell and NED staff member Nate.


Trout Elementary School recently had the NED show at their school.  NED is a school-wide character education program centered on a 45-minute assembly called the NED Show.

NED is a loveable cartoon character whose name is an acronym for Never give up, Encourage others, and Do your best.

The NED Show, produced by All for KIDZ®, Inc., is an innovative, character education assembly. Using humor, storytelling, audience participation and amazing object lessons including yo-yo and magic tricks, students learn through the adventures of NED, a character kids (and adults) can relate to.

The program uses a multi-sensory learning model to motivate, encourage and inspire students to become champions at school and in life.

After the assembly, educators have access to an extensive collection of resources. The lessons plans, videos, and classroom activities center upon the NED traits and easily integrate into existing curriculum. The excitement begins with the assembly and continues year round to promote a culture of kindness and excellence in school.

This year, the NED Show will visit nearly 2.5 million students in 5,500 schools around the globe. Since the company’s beginning in 1989, they have seen more than 25 million students in all 50 states, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK.

Trout student Rename Williams and Nate

The NED Show at Trout with Trout student Phaden Campbell and NED staff member Nate.






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