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RESPECT Stuffed Animal Drive

RESPECT needs your help! Please consider hosting a stuffed animal drive for us! Children who participate in our Puppy Pals program receive new or gently used stuffed animals at the end of…

RESPECT Reviewing High School Program – “Reporting”

Join RESPECT on January 14, 2016 from 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. to review our high school program “Reporting” at our next Community Advisory Committee meeting. Based on true stories, “Reporting” focuses on bullying and…

RESPECT Wants Your Input! CAC Meeting – Noveber 12th

Join RESPECT for Networking, Learning and Discussion. RESPECT is in the process of updating one of our longtime programs, “Fun & Games” and we are looking to our Community Advisory Committee for…

Come Work for RESPECT! We are Seeking an Artistic Director

RESPECT is seeking an Artistic Director for our educational theatre company with a catalog of 13 programs addressing bullying, child abuse, dating violence and mental health.  This is a great opportunity for…

New Staff, Programs and Costumes at RESPECT!

There have been big and exciting changes happening at RESPECT this month. In March, we learned that several of our current Actor-Educators will be pursuing other opportunities in the 2015-2016 school year…

RESPECT’S NEWEST PROGRAM “THE ADVENTURES OF NATALIE THE NET NANNY” AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING!

RESPECT’s newest program The Adventures of Natalie the Net Nanny by Doug Marr with adaptations and updates by RESPECT about internet safety is now ready to be performed at your school or organization! This educational theatre…

RESPECT’s Newest Program “The Bubbylonian Encounter” Available for Booking!

RESPECT’s newest program “The Bubbylonian Encounter” about child sexual abuse is now ready to be performed at your school or organization! Last spring, Completely KIDS approached RESPECT requesting that we absorb “Bub”…

Full Scholarships Available for “Choices” Middle School Mental Health Program

Students have questions about very real concerns. They often have few resources to access and often have faulty misinformation. They often seek out information from drama in media or peers which in…

RESPECT Receives Funding for Program Scholarships in Lincoln, NE and Pottawattamie County, IA

RESPECT is happy to announce that we have received funding for program scholarships for Lincoln area and Pottawattamie County schools…

RESPECT Staff Members Participate in Darkness To Light Training at Project Harmony

On February 15, 2013 all RESPECT staff visited Project Harmony to take part in Darkness To Light, a training regarding childhood sexual abuse. The three-hour session was led by Project Harmony’s Training…