We met Pete in a gift shop in California (true story). He wasn’t much of a talker, but he made us smile. We offered him a job as the official stuffed mascot of The FISH! Philosophy. Pete loves to sit on desks and computers, and wears a stylish label with the FISH! practices to help you remember them. Pete comes in a 4-pack (joined by his brother and two sisters, each of whom is also named Pete; it’s a family name).
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We packed four each of our most popular accessories in one tote bag, all for a great value!
One of the best ways to keep The FISH! Philosophy alive is to celebrate each other for living it. Our new FISH! award is the perfect way to acknowledge people for putting your company’s values into action. It’s ideal for employee and leadership recogition, for outstanding teamwork or service—whatever actions you want to applaud and encourage. Each award is hand-made with bright colors and the symbol of the FISH! Philosophy—Joy the fish—is prominently featured. Made of a tough acrylic, the award is built to last, just like the philosophy. The FISH! award comes in two sizes. The smaller award is a wonderful way to recognize individual coworkers and colleagues. The larger award is perfect as a "traveling" trophy within a department or organization. It's also ideal for special events, like biannual or year-end awards ceremonies, where an individual, team, or department is recognized for exemplifying FISH! consistently. The larger award has room for you to add an inscription to personalize the award for the recipient (not a service we provide).
The FISH! For Schools Guided Journey is a staff development program for K-12 educators. It combines the practical wisdom of The FISH! Philosophy with sound research to help you:
- Forge caring relationships with students that inspire them to want to be their best.
- Foster a supportive culture where staff regularly celebrates and recharges each other.
- Build a safe environment where everyone is ready to learn.
- Develop clear expectations shared by every member of the classroom.
- Guide students to examine their behavior when it doesn’t work and take responsibility for more successful choices.