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Elephant’s Fork Elementary School.  "Bucket fillers" are those who help without being asked, give hugs and compliments, and generally spread their love.

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1 Elephant’s Fork Elementary School

2  "Bucket fillers" are those who help without being asked, give hugs and compliments, and generally spread their love and good feelings to others. The simple metaphor of a bucket helps even preschoolers understand the importance of consideration and love, particularly towards those who bully.

3  "Bucket dippers" rob us of happy feelings by refusing to help with a task or by saying or doing cruel things. The challenging problem of "bullying" or "bucket dipping" usually rears its ugly head in the first few weeks of school.  “An empty bucket poisons our outlook, saps our energy, and undermines our will. That’s why every time someone dips into our bucket, it hurts us.”

4  Want to resolve bullying or bucket dipping? Get your child or your entire school turned on to this concrete concept and make a change - for good.  Carol McCloud's book addresses this issue by helping kids understand that we are all the same, in that we all want some kindness in our lives, every day. Especially bullies!

5  The Bucketfilling concept is NOT our creation. Carol McCloud first heard the idea that a "bucket" represented a person's self-concept, or mental and emotional health, at an early childhood conference in the 1990's. It was in the 1960's, that Dr. Donald O. Clifton ( ), first created the "Dipper and Bucket" story that has now been passed along for decades. Dr. Clifton later went on to co-author the #1 New York Times bestseller How Full Is Your Bucket? and be named the Father of Strengths Psychology. Their book and website are excellent tools for work and life.

6 “Like the cup that runneth over, a full bucket gives us a positive outlook and renewed energy. Every drop in that bucket makes us stronger and more optimistic.”

7 “So we face a choice every moment of every day: We can fill one another’s buckets, or we can dip from them. It’s an important choice~ one that profoundly influences our relationships, productivity, health, and happiness”

8 Positive feelings protect us from the negative ones! They make kids feel good! They help kids cope. They build resilience.

9  Lawrence  Jordan Pope  Gaduyon  Calvin Chamblee  Delbert King  Annabelle Jones  Riley Williams  Madeline Martin  Shamareon Moore  Cayden Chappell

10  Jackson  Janesha Whitfield  Camryn Williams  E. Kaylee Joyner  Lee  Jada McPherson  Smith  De’Koriel Bryant  Kavaris Mitchell

11  Er.Williams  Tavarez Horton  Keshonda Ricks  Thompson  Madison Balog  India Manley  Tamirah Lee  Asia Farmer  Donovan  Jeremiah James

12  Tawes  Kyisha Gordon  Alexsia Henderson  Kyisha Gordon  Jacob Bagley  Kayla Hargrove  Keshawna Gore  Demontae Wilson  Zachara Henderson  Jaylen Joe  Destiny Kirkpatrick  Abby Sylvia  Eyonnie Cherry  Aurionna Morris  Eva Ray  Arnetria Hardy  RayVaughn McCloud  Stephen Prescott

13  Phipps  Israel Jones  Tyrell Bembury  Desiree Jackson  TreVaughn McCloud  Kirk Bond  Rasandra Gray  Rontre Pope

14  Alston  Shavon Smith  Zachary Chappell  Jacob Hawkins  Kevon Anderson  Tyra Sharpe  Briyonna Anderson  Caleb Marquez  Jaquan Hamlin  Alyssa Felgentreu  Alyssa Farmer  Tyra Sharpe  Caleb Marquez  Jacob Marquez  Jacob Hawkins  Caitlin Derrick  Randy Matthews  April Copeland  Alyssa Vick  Angela Boone  Taekwon Green  Jaquan Hamlin

15  Huff  Clinton Bailey  April Copeland  Tyreona Felton  Cameron Garig  Jada Knight  Audrey Baker  Tynesha Jennings  Jonathan Hicks  Tamara Giles  LaBrandon White  Josiah Crew  Tyreke Sharpe  Teikyai Goodman  Clinton Bailey  Tyreona Felton  Tyrone Sharpe  Taylor Carter 

16  Keep up the great work & keep filling those buckets!!!!  References: How Full is Your Bucket? by Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D.  Have You Filled a Bucket Today? By Carol McCloud  


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