3 Screens

Three Large Screens - Multi-Media  School Assemblies

Three large screens are assembled together to create a 43-foot wide video wall that utilizes state-of-the-art sound and video projection to captivate the attention and imagination of students. Music and movie action draws them in as they absorb moving stories that show how people can make a positive difference now to avoid dangerous and destructive choices as they grow older. 3 Screens character building assemblies connect with students in a way that is interesting to them!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The three screens create an 11’ x 43’ video wall! Click below to learn more about age-appropriate school shows for your audience. Demo videos at bottom of the page. Select which you think is best for your audience!

Grades K-6

Expect Good Things K-6 There is nothing wrong with expecting good results from good effort, or even expecting good things at special times such as birthdays and holidays. The problems with expectations arise when we expect to get what we want no matter how we act or even when it might hurt someone else. This can be called “center of the universe behavior”, and it will always result in big problems. So… Instead of always expecting good things for ourselves, we can learn to always expect good things from ourselves. As this exciting assembly program unfolds, your kids will learn that: Politeness is more than just “good manners”. Good traits like honesty come from thinking of others. Remembering to be grateful always makes things better.  The greatest achievements are those that help others.  Bullying is not a solution, and bullied kids are not alone! They will see and hear: Movie characters they know and love, the fun and the colorful cars of the award-winning Auto B Good character education series. Most importantly, your students will be inspired by stories about amazing kids who are doing good things now!

Expect Good Things Study Guide (PDF)

Start 2 Finish K-6 Which is most important, starting well or finishing well? You can’t finish if you don’t start, but have you actually done anything if you don’t finish what you started? As this exciting program unfolds, your kids will learn that: Taking on challenges can lead to the best feelings of all: INSPIRING STORIES OF KIDS WHO STARTED GOOD THINGS AND NEVER GAVE UP There are some things we should never start: BULLYING UNHEALTHY CHOICES DANGEROUS MEDIA There are some things that we should never stop: KINDNESS CARING HELPING WORKING They will see and hear: Movie characters they know and love, the fun and colorful cars of the award-winning Auto B Good series, exciting sports action, and great music!

Start 2 Finish Study Guide (PDF)

Let's Be Friends K-6 When other's feelings are hurt, you can be a healer! How? By being a friend. COUNTER BULLYING WITH A MESSAGE THAT FOCUSES ON POSITIVE ACTION Have you ever thought about being a doctor or nurse someday, so you could help people who are hurting? You could even be called a healer because doctors and nurses actually help people heal. Your body isn’t the only thing that can get hurt and need to heal. We’ve all had our feelings hurt too, and we’ve all hurt someone else’s feelings. There has to be a better way, right? There is! We can all stop hurting others, and actually be healers! We don’t have to wait and become a doctor or nurse. We can help to heal people who are hurting inside. How? We can all be friends! Four words make us healers: Help Empathy Adapt Love (HELP) MOVING REAL LIFE STORIES SHOW HOW: Amazing monkeys are trained to use their hands to help people! A boy who was bullied helps others learn empathy! A boy with no hands finds a way to play the trumpet! The sister of a boy in a wheelchair helps to make sure that kids who love the Special Olympics get to compete. The friend of a boy with a rare disease writes a book to raise a million dollars for research to find a treatment or cure! Very positive Bully Prevention Message!

Let's Be Friends Study Guide (PDF)

Be More Awesome K-6 We hear it a lot; most of us say it a lot; but what IS awesome? Do you know what AWE is? Awe is wonder and amazement and thrill! It’s something that makes you smile, feel joy, and makes you think, “WOW!” Maybe you’ve been told you’re awesome, and you believe it– at least most of the time—because everyone really is awesome. But there’s a reason we can never quit trying to be better and trying new things, and this is it: we can never really stay exactly the same awesomeness–and we surely don’t want to become less awesome—so the challenge is to see how many ways we can BE MORE AWESOME every day! KID PRESIDENT (otherwise known as Robby Novak), inspires millions of people with his motivational online videos, but what most people don’t know is that he has a condition that has caused him to have over seventy broken bones. What makes him more awesome is that the never lets it stop him from having fun and sharing it with other people. Anna King found out she really needs a new heart, but she decided that HUMOR HEALS THE HEART, and she started having fun actually singing about her situation! She says that optimism works much better than worrying! Sure, there are some limits. We can’t all be awesome in the same ways. But we also can’t really know how awesome we can be unless we try different things, and do our best to get better at everything we try. Most importantly, we can find awesome ways to help each other BE MORE AWESOME! In addition to Anna King and Kid President, your students will be inspired by several awesome young artists, scholars and athletes. The pinnacle of awesomeness will be illustrated by a whole team of boys who went out of their way to show their support in a unique way for a younger boy who was being. This program includes a powerful anti-bullying message, as well as a fun approach to encouraging healthy choices. Movie clips, lots of action and fun music will engage and captivate kids and teachers alike!

Be More Awesome Study Guide (PDF)

Action Hero K-6 What is an action hero? Is it someone who is just strong and fearless, and always seems to have the right moves? Maybe someone who even has super powers? Real heroes are just people who take action whenever they see what needs to be done. Some of the greatest heroes don’t seem like they could be heroes at all, but that’s because there are all kinds of ways to be a hero. You may not have a strong body, but maybe you have a good brain, a good heart, and the courage you need in order to do the right thing. When you use whatever you have to make things better in some way, you are an action hero! Some very important times we need to take action: Whenever you feel like giving up Whenever someone is being bullied Whenever someone needs help Amazing stories of real kids who are action heroes! Great music! Fun movie clips! Exciting sports action!

Action Hero Study Guide (PDF)

Me @ My Best K-6 A fish is at its best when… A bird is at its best when… Anyone could finish those sentences, but what about this one? I am at my best when… There are many good ideas that come from one big idea. The one big idea: I am at my best when…I get that it’s not all about me! Real kids who have grasped this concept and made an impact will inspire your students to do the same: A brother and sister in Montana help protect loon nesting habitat. The sister of a spine-injured teen who surfs shows how to have fun while helping others. A girl whose house burned down comes up with a way to cheer up other kids who lose all their things in fires or floods. A boy who wins his battle with leukemia helps save the lives of others who need bone marrow donors. A boy with a birthmark on his face helps teach other kids about what is really important to each person. Fun movie clips and great music will draw your kids into this colorful, fast-paced program! Topics addressed: Bullying; the power of kindness; the importance of a healthy lifestyle; why tobacco, drugs, and alcohol have no place in your life; learning how to use your challenges to help others.

Me @ My Best Study Guide (PDF)

Grades 6-9

Fix It! 6-9 We think about all of the bad things that happen to us and around us—sometimes even being blinded to the good things—and often feeling powerless and fearful. VIOLENCE  ADDICTIONS  BULLYING  FAMILY PROBLEMS  FAILURE IN SCHOOL While there are many problems that can’t easily be fixed, there are three realities that can help us overcome our fears as we face these challenges. Often, we can fix it! We can always try to help fix it! We will usually make it better by trying to fix it! Letting fear dominate our thinking only makes things worse. If we don’t let fear paralyze us we can do a lot more than we might think… A teenage girl lifts a 7000 pound truck to rescue her dad! A thirteen-year-old rescues seventeen people on an air mattress during Hurricane Harvey! Athletes overcome opioid addictions that began with doctor’s prescriptions! Teens mow lawns for free to help those who can’t do it themselves! A man reveals his plan to do violence as a teenager, and how his friend’s kindness stopped him! A survivor of extreme bullying creates an app that helps kids stay connected and never alone! These and other stories are woven together with music and sports action on three giant screens to create a fun and inspirational message of empowerment!

Fix It! Study Guide (PDF)

Here & Now 6-9 You hear it over and over again: “You are the future”, or, “Think about your future!” Those are extremely important things to keep in mind, but we are living in the present, and the best thing we can do for our future is to step up and take on challenges that we share here and now. Students will be challenged by: Jacy Good, who struggles with disabilities after losing her parents at the hands of a distracted driver who hit them all on the day of her graduation. Ryan Warneke, who chooses to be an inspiring warrior against cystic fibrosis rather than a passive victim. Amy Walker, who as a child was told she would never walk and is deaf and blind in
one eye, yet became a gymnast on the number one team in the NCAA. Young basketball players who stop play to take a stand against bullying by an opposing fan who is mocking a very special cheerleader. Music, sports and movie clips are woven together with these and other stories to inform and inspire, delivering a high impact experience! #START NOW  #EMPATHIZE  #NEVER GIVE UP #SHARE  #VALUE LIFE  #DRUGS AND ALCOHOL DESTROY LIVES

Here & Now Study Guide (PDF)

Epic Ability 6-12 Some of us have epic talent or intelligence, but all of us have the ability to live an epic life! THERE ARE SOME INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT ABILITIES THAT CAN GUARANTEE A GREAT LIFE: POSSIBILITY Nothing that is really essential is impossible for you! ACCOUNTABILITY Hiding your mistakes or weakness limits your progress. RESPONSIBILITY It is our responsibility to look out for each other. ADAPTABILITY We never have to remain subject to what others do. INVINCIBILITY Our bodies are not invincible to many dangers, but we can choose never to let our spirits be crushed Subjects and featured stories will include: Two competing wrestlers who show that winning is not always about personal glory. One wins the state to honor his cancer-stricken father, and the “loser” honors the father too! Two teens on bicycles who chase down a child predator in his van and return a five-year-old child to her mother. You can do more than you might think possible! Kids who faithfully make and serve breakfast burritos to the homeless every week. And yes, there are powerful lessons learned from some tragic choices as well. Bullying and Cyber-bullying | Drugs & Alcohol | Service to Others | Driver Safety | Perseverance

Epic Ability Study Guide (PDF)

You Can 6-12 You Can do more harm to yourself and others more quickly than ever before, or You Can use the same things to help and heal. Maybe you hear “You can do it!” and immediately think “No, I really can’t”. If we could all do everything equally well, there would be nothing special about anyone, but You Can do all of the most important things – and still be the unique person you were meant to be. This is how. You Can rise to the challenges that we face when we live and interact with other people. These challenges often call for awareness, creativity, courage, and perseverance. There are more ways to do harm to others and yourself more quickly than ever before, but there are many more ways to help and heal as well. REAL LIFE IS NOT LIKE THE “REALITY” SHOWS: In the real world, you won’t be a winner because you’re the most devious. In the real world, you won’t get by with lying, stealing and cheating for long. In the real world, you won’t take extreme risks without any consequences. In the real world, you won’t get by without some very hard work. BUT IN THE REAL WORLD: You Can refuse to be controlled by your circumstance. You Can be a rescuer. You Can be a giver. You Can have authentic good times without really “living on the edge”. Music, action and other media are used in a way that engages students and helps them focus on life-changing issues including Using the Internet and Social Media in Positive Ways | Overcoming Obstacles to Happiness | Drunk Driving | Revealing Character | Responding to Bullying

You Can Study Guide (PDF)

Live Long and Prosper 7-12 As we avoid threats to our long life, we will “Boldly go where no man has gone before”! As fascinating as some of the extra-terrestrials portrayed in science fiction may be, the truth is, we humans are still the most amazing living beings known to exist. We have a unique desire to explore. We want to… “boldly go where no one has gone before. . . “ We actually do have a lot of control over whether we LIVE LONG. When it comes to self-destructive things, we can learn all we need to know from those who have gone before. We don’t need to go there. There are, however, some things we do need to explore: We can explore new ways to expand our lives in ways that make the future an exciting adventure. What does it really mean to PROSPER? It means to succeed or become strong and thrive. Yes, we sometimes think it’s about getting rich, but we can’t fully control that. What we can control is whether we succeed, become strong and thrive in the ways that matter most. We can help, support and even protect those who need our help. We can make everyone a part of the adventure and excitement that our lives are meant to be. Movie and music clips are woven together with sports action and inspiring students whose stories deliver a high- impact experience. Social Media Sanity | Drug Abuse | Drunk and Distracted Driving | Bully Prevention

Live Long and Prosper Study Guide (PDF)

Grades 7-12

Fix It! 7-12 We think about all of the bad things that happen to us and around us—sometimes even being blinded to the good things—and often feeling powerless and fearful. VIOLENCE  ADDICTIONS  BULLYING  FAMILY PROBLEMS  FAILURE IN SCHOOL While there are many problems that can’t easily be fixed, there are three realities that can help us overcome our fears as we face these challenges. Often, we can fix it! We can always try to help fix it! We will usually make it better by trying to fix it! Letting fear dominate our thinking only makes things worse. If we don’t let fear paralyze us we can do a lot more than we might think… A teenage girl lifts a 7000 pound truck to rescue her dad! A thirteen-year-old rescues seventeen people on an air mattress during Hurricane Harvey! Athletes overcome opioid addictions that began with doctor’s prescriptions! Teens mow lawns for free to help those who can’t do it themselves! A man reveals his plan to do violence as a teenager, and how his friend’s kindness stopped him! A survivor of extreme bullying creates an app that helps kids stay connected and never alone! These and other stories are woven together with music and sports action on three giant screens to create a fun and inspirational message of empowerment!

Fix It! Study Guide (PDF)

Here & Now 7-12 You hear it over and over again: “You are the future”, or, “Think about your future!” Those are extremely important things to keep in mind, but we are living in the present, and the best thing we can do for our future is to step up and take on challenges that we share here and now. Students will be challenged by: Jacy Good, who struggles with disabilities after losing her parents at the hands of a distracted driver who hit them all on the day of her graduation. Ryan Warneke, who chooses to be an inspiring warrior against cystic fibrosis rather than a passive victim. Amy Walker, who as a child was told she would never walk and is deaf and blind in
one eye, yet became a gymnast on the number one team in the NCAA. Young basketball players who stop play to take a stand against bullying by an opposing fan who is mocking a very special cheerleader. Music, sports and movie clips are woven together with these and other stories to inform and inspire, delivering a high impact experience! #START NOW  #EMPATHIZE  #NEVER GIVE UP #SHARE  #VALUE LIFE  #DRUGS AND ALCOHOL DESTROY LIVES

Here & Now Study Guide (PDF)

You Can 6-12 You Can do more harm to yourself and others more quickly than ever before, or You Can use the same things to help and heal. Maybe you hear “You can do it!” and immediately think “No, I really can’t”. If we could all do everything equally well, there would be nothing special about anyone, but You Can do all of the most important things – and still be the unique person you were meant to be. This is how. You Can rise to the challenges that we face when we live and interact with other people. These challenges often call for awareness, creativity, courage, and perseverance. There are more ways to do harm to others and yourself more quickly than ever before, but there are many more ways to help and heal as well. REAL LIFE IS NOT LIKE THE “REALITY” SHOWS: In the real world, you won’t be a winner because you’re the most devious. In the real world, you won’t get by with lying, stealing and cheating for long. In the real world, you won’t take extreme risks without any consequences. In the real world, you won’t get by without some very hard work. BUT IN THE REAL WORLD: You Can refuse to be controlled by your circumstance. You Can be a rescuer. You Can be a giver. You Can have authentic good times without really “living on the edge”. Music, action and other media are used in a way that engages students and helps them focus on life-changing issues including: Using the Internet and Social Media in Positive Ways | Overcoming Obstacles to Happiness | Drunk Driving | Revealing Character | Responding to Bullying

You Can Study Guide (PDF)

Live Long and Prosper 7-12 As we avoid threats to our long life, we will “Boldly go where no man has gone before”! As fascinating as some of the extra-terrestrials portrayed in science fiction may be, the truth is, we humans are still the most amazing living beings known to exist. We have a unique desire to explore. We want to… “boldly go where no one has gone before. . . “ We actually do have a lot of control over whether we LIVE LONG. When it comes to self-destructive things, we can learn all we need to know from those who have gone before. We don’t need to go there. There are, however, some things we do need to explore: We can explore new ways to expand our lives in ways that make the future an exciting adventure. What does it really mean to PROSPER? It means to succeed or become strong and thrive. Yes, we sometimes think it’s about getting rich, but we can’t fully control that. What we can control is whether we succeed, become strong and thrive in the ways that matter most. We can help, support and even protect those who need our help. We can make everyone a part of the adventure and excitement that our lives are meant to be. Movie and music clips are woven together with sports action and inspiring students whose stories deliver a high- impact experience. Social Media Sanity | Drug Abuse | Drunk and Distracted Driving | Bully Prevention

Live Long and Prosper Study Guide (PDF)

Epic Ability 6-12 Some of us have epic talent or intelligence, but all of us have the ability to live an epic life! THERE ARE SOME INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT ABILITIES THAT CAN GUARANTEE A GREAT LIFE: POSSIBILITY Nothing that is really essential is impossible for you! ACCOUNTABILITY Hiding your mistakes or weakness limits your progress. RESPONSIBILITY It is our responsibility to look out for each other. ADAPTABILITY We never have to remain subject to what others do. INVINCIBILITY Our bodies are not invincible to many dangers, but we can choose never to let our spirits be crushed Subjects and featured stories will include: Two competing wrestlers who show that winning is not always about personal glory. One wins state to honor his cancer-stricken father, and the “loser” honors the father too! Two teens on bicycles who chase down a child predator in his van and return a five-year-old child to her mother. You can do more than you might think possible! Kids who faithfully make and serve breakfast burritos to the homeless every week. And yes, there are powerful lessons learned from some tragic choices as well. Bullying and Cyber-bullying | Drugs & Alcohol | Service to Others | Driver Safety | Perseverance

Epic Ability Study Guide (PDF)

3Screens Set-up Datasheet

Audience: K-12  Capacity: 400
Presentation Time: 45 to 50 minutes 
Set-Up Time: 90 minutes 
Take-Down Time: 40 minutes

Presentation Area: Full screen is 43 feet wide by 11 feet tall. Please call us if you need a smaller screen size. Please cover windows, skylights, and other sources of light before we arrive. The darker the better. Aiming for “cinema darkness.”

Assembly Requirements: Please provide access to live electrical outlets and someone to turn lights off and on during the program.

Assistance: Help bringing equipment into and out of the building is greatly appreciated. The 3screens presenter will require some help during the set-up, but this is often limited to as little as one helper for five minutes to tip up the screens. However, there are many situations that arise which may require one or two helpers for much of the set-up and/or break-down (such as difficult access that requires several longer trips from the door to the venue, tight schedules for the use of the room before and after the assembly, and unforeseeable problems of various kinds).The 3screens presenter is best able to answer any questions you may have when they call to confirm your plans.

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Highly motivational multimedia assemblies on THREE large screens.

A 43-foot wide video wall, utilizing state-of-the-art sound and projection, captivates attention and imagination. Music and movie action show how positive choices NOW can help avoid dangerous and destructive choices later. 3 Screens has programs appropriate for all grades K-12. 

State of the art sound and video captivates while real-life stories motivate and inspire!

Popular culture music and video comes to life on three large screens. Students see and hear stories from children and teens who have experienced the consequences of poor choices. As their stories come to live, students are inspired and motivated to make a positive difference in their lives NOW! 

Programs tailored to every grade level.

Choose from a number of programs for elementary, middle and high school. Bring the program to life with discussion guides for each program. New programs added frequently, so it’s okay to keep bringing 3Screens back to your school year after year! 

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  • Excellent assembly program!  It had something in it that all the grades in our school (K through 5th) could relate to and understand.  Both students and teachers alike loved it!  Mark was an excellent presenter as well.  So glad we booked this show and look forward to new shows next year!
    Karen Golembieski
    New Monmouth Elementary School
    Middletown, NJ

  • We did the 3 movies for each of our levels- 3&4; 5&6, and 7&8.  Each movie selected was a perfect match for the audience.  The movies kept the students' interest and totally engaged.  The feedback I received from the faculty was all positive.
    Debbie Barone
    Washington Park
    Totowa, NJ

  • The show was very engaging for our students Grades K - 5.  It was fun and exciting but also had a really super message for the students to take with them as they left school for the summer.  Many of the students commented on how 'real' it seemed with stories of 'real' kids.  They could really relate to it.
    Margo Hein Johnson
    Holly Hill ES
    Amelia, OH

  • The kids really enjoyed the assembly!
    Christine Consiglio - PTA
    Roosevelt ES
    Ossining, NY

  • Everything went well! Easy to work with. Students and teachers loved it!
    Caroline Schozer - Assistant Principal
    Seaford Harbor ES
    Seaford, NY

     

  • Students really loved learning about real live action heroes! What an inspiration.
    Melissa Wilber - Principal
    Lakeview ES
    Cottonwood, MN 

  • The show was really good! The kids really enjoyed it.
    Samantha Schumacher - DRC
    Irving ES
    Berwyn, IL

  • We love 3 Screens!! Keep them coming!!
    Kevin Anderson - Principal
    Dieringer Heights ES
    Lake Tapps, WA

     

  • Our 3Screens assembler was prompt and prepared. We saw Epic Ability and Action Hero, and I was impressed with both presentations. It was a perfect combination of character education messages, music, and video.
    Audrey Becker - Principal
    Tighe MS
    Margate, NJ

  • The show went perfectly and was inspirational. Thank you!
    Beverly Newcomb - District Counselor
    Center Point ISD
    Center Point, TX

  • Loved the new presentation! The kids gave some positive feedback as well.
    Mark Pedicini - School Counselor
    Hollencrest MS
    West Covina, CA 

  • Thank you for a wonderful production during Red Ribbon Week. We would like to book this same production next year for Red Ribbon Week too! 
    Kathy Forrest - School Secretary
    Warm Springs ES
    Fremont, CA

Expect Good Things preview

Start 2 Finish K-6 preview

Let's Be Friends K-6 preview

Be More Awesome K-6 preview

Action Hero K-6 preview

Me At My Best K-6 preview

Fix It! 7-12 preview

Fix It! 6-9 preview

Here & Now 6-12 preview

Epic Ability 6-12 preview

You Can 6-12 preview

Live Long & Prosper 7-12 preview