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Respect Retreat held at Nobles County Integration Collaborative

March 27, 2013

	Teams were asked to create shoe sculptures that represented respect. Two teams created peace signs. Another pile of shoes signified a domino effect of if one person is not respectful, it has a domino effect on others. <br><br> 
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Teams were asked to create shoe sculptures that represented respect. Two teams created peace signs. Another pile of shoes signified a domino effect of if one person is not respectful, it has a domino effect on others.

in Worthington
“Time doesn’t wait, seasons will change and so will you, everyone’s searching for something new.” These are some of the lyrics of a song performed by Sebastian at last week’s Ninth Grade Respect Retreat held in Worthington. Sponsored by the Nobles County Integration Collaborative, the retreat featured presenters from Youth Frontiers.

Sebastian and K.K. from Youth Frontiers led the retreat, which included students from all of the NCIC member schools (Ellsworth, Fulda, Adrian, Heron Lake-Okabena, Round Lake-Brewster, and Worthington ALC)

Several large group activities and small group discussions were held throughout the day. All of these centered on the word ‘respect.’ At one point, the speakers stressed the need to think about the word respect in two parts, re and spect. “Spect means to look at and re means to do it again,” they explained.

Large group activities included a Human Scavenger Hunt. Four teams were formed from students with birthdates in each quarter of the year. The Human Scavenger Hunt included finding things on team members or unique talents or gifts of team members.

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