School-wide Assembly Attention Signals

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  1. YoungTeacherGuy

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    Doing some reflection on last school year.

    Our end of year awards assembly was insane. My principal scheduled all K-6 students (nearly 700 children) to be in the auditorium at the same time. Additionally, he was out sick that day, so I had to run the show myself.

    Looking for some new attention grabbers. What have you seen your principal use during assemblies to get the attention of several hundred students?
     
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  3. TheGr8Catsby

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    I like a call and response with the school name and mascot.

    Principal: We are the Roosevelt

    Students: Lions!
     
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    My principal used to be a coach, so he blows his whistle. Not very original, but it works.
     
  5. MrsC

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    We put hands up as a visual cue for students to be quiet and listen.
     
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    :yeahthat:
     
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    We do this and have a phrase similar to the call and response mentioned above.
     
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    We have a schoolwide call-and-response thing.
     
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