Poster #523 – Stop Profanity with No Swear Words Classroom Rules Poster


Poster #523

Aren't you tired of trying to get students to follow school and classroom rules about cursing? If you deal with profane, rude or offensive student language, you need a powerhouse intervention that finally works. The education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created the perfect classroom poster to get your students to stop cursing and to show a little more respect with their language.

With a hip urban background of a brick wall and a graffiti-styled "CURSING" crossed out by a big red slash, your students can't ignore this poster. Perfect on the walls of your classroom, school hallways, in-school detention rooms, or counselors office, Poster #523 shows students that you are serious about your behavior expectations.

Poster #523 is a 24/7 reminder about the classroom and school rules for language, that swearing just isn't acceptable at school. Poster #523 can become your best ally constantly reminding students to not curse so you won't have to stop class to remind them yourself.

This colorful, no-excuses poster gets students to follow the class and school rules about language. It signals that it is time to stop the profanity and avoid swear words. While it's a great tool for any school, the cool design of Poster #523 also fits into any business or office setting where you want to communicate a message about the rules for appropriate language.

Additional information

Weight0.45 lbs

Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock

Price: $11.00

About Ruth Herman Wells
Author/Trainer Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. is the director of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. In 2011, Ruth was rated as a Top 10 U.S. K-12 educational and motivational speaker by Speakerwiki and Speakermix. She is the author of several book series, a columnist, adjunct professor for two universities, and a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Ruth's dozens of books includes Temper and Tantrum Tamers and Turn On the Turned-Off Student.