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Modern Manners for Middle Schoolers (6th, 7th and 8th graders)

Modern Manners for Middle Schoolers is designed to be a fun and educational workshop to help develop kind, confident and compassionate students while they navigate new social skills at home, in school, in public and in general. Students will also learn restaurant etiquette, how to properly navigate a table setting and both American and Continental styles of utensil usage. (This class is the same curriculum as the tween program being offered in May).

Topics Include:
*Making a good first impression
*What your body language, posture, eye contact and handshake say about you
*The perfect formula for starting a conversation
*How to read a room
*Things to avoid doing on social media 
*How to be a good host and guest
*What to say to help stop gossip 
*Tips for building meaningful friendships
*Dining Etiquette 101 

When: July 23rd 1pm-3:30pm 
Where: Indigo Hotel (250 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464)
Cost: $75 (please make payment via Venmo to @Lowcountrymanners to reserve your child’s seat)
Sign Up HERE today!

Six Pillars of Civility (High School)

Six Pillars of Civility is a look into the history and social psychology behind how our biological signatures play critical roles in the way we interact with those around us. This is a great class for any high school student looking to build their confidence and communication skills and provides essential social skills needed to succeed in school, college and throughout their careers. A 3-course dining etiquette lesson will be included in this workshop where student will learn both American and Continental styles of cutting using donuts. 

Topics Include: 
*The origins of etiquette and decline of civility 
*ABC’s of first impressions 
*Tips for building rapport 
*Digital diplomacy 
*Empathy vs. sympathy
*The importance of self-control 
*The benefits of gratitude and thank you notes
*How to express appreciation 
*Dining Etiquette 101 

When: July 30th 1pm-3:30pm 
Where: Indigo Hotel (250 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464)
Cost: $75 (please make payment via Venmo to @Lowcountrymanners to reserve your child’s seat)
Sign Up HERE today!

1st-5th Grade

What: The fall 2023 Manners and Mindfulness classes will be a six-week series of classes that will cover basic lessons on manners, mindfulness, empathy, forgiveness, gratitude, body language, digital diplomacy, and dining etiquette. The classes are being offered for 1st-5th grade students on Tuesday evenings at the Snee Farm Country Club.

Where: Snee Farm Country Club (1200 Club Drive Mount Pleasant, SC 29464)

September 19th
September 26th
October 3rd
October 10th
October 17th
October 24th

1st and 2nd graders: 3:30pm-4:30pm
3rd, 4th and 5th graders: 4:45pm-5:45pm


How to register:
Registration for these classes will open mid July.

Once registration is open a $50 non-refundable deposit is due to hold student’s spot and the remaining balance of $200 is due by September 5th. Payment can be made via Venmo to @Lowcountrymanners.

Please email if you would like to be notified when class registration begins.


How many students will there be in the class?
20 students max (10 student minimum) 

Will students be required to wear a mask? 
Students will not be required to wear a mask during class unless the CDC changes the local or national guidelines between now and then. 

Will there be food served during class?
Yes. Donuts will be served on dining etiquette night to help teach American vs. Continental styles of dining. If your child has any allergies please let me know on the sign-up sheet. 

Will you be teaching any of these programs virtually or host private classes?
Not at this time 

Can parents stay and watch the class?
I would prefer the classes be attended by only students as I’ve found behavior and participation changes when parents are present. I will try my best to snap a few photos during class and share them on the business Instagram page- @chasingcivility. 

Is there a discount if I have more than one student attending class?
Absolutely. There will be a 20% discount for each additional family member enrolled in a program during the same semester. 

How do I register my child? 
Registration is not available until mid July

What if the class fills up and my child is on the waitlist?
I will notify parents by Sept. 6th if there are any cancellations or if spots open up before then. 

My child participated in your class last fall. Should I sign them up again?
Absolutely! The science experiments and art projects will be similar to last year, but I don’t think we can ever “over teach” social and emotional skills like these classes offer.

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