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School Heroes Unite

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bully-prevention-speaker School Heroes Unite is a one-hour bullying prevention program, designed to cultivate a new culture of heroism and teamwork at your school. Through the use of magic, music, video, storytelling and audience participation, School Heroes Unite will engage and captivate your students. It has all the spirit of a pep rally but provides your students with real tools and a plan of action. Together we redefine the terms “Bully” and “Hero”, and after choosing the path of the hero your students create an action plan of simple and achievable ways they can be heroes’ to each other. Dynamic magic effects are used throughout the program, not only to entertain your students, but reinforce Scott’s messages of heroism, teamwork and belief in self.   BOOKING AND INQUIRY FORM children-our-heros-school-program Although magic plays an important role in this program, its success is not measured in tricks, rather through the improved self-confidence of your students and their renewed commitment to working as a team. This program celebrates diversity, fosters empathy, and brings out your students’ inner hero. An excellent PRO Grant idea!


Reader's of City Parent Magazine have voted Scott Dietrich Toronto and the GTA's

"Best Children's Entertainer" for 5 consecutive years.


Taking a Pro-Heroism vs Anti-Bullying Approach

The Primary difference between a Pro-Heroism program and an Anti-Bullying program is their focus. Rather than being reactive and focusing on what we don't want (Anti), a Pro Heroism program, like School Heroes Unite, focuses on solutions and empowerment.

School Heroes Unite is a Canadian Pioneer in the growing Pro-Heroism movement, and will be representing Canada at The Hero Round Table conference in Brighton, MI, for the third time this fall. BOOKING AND INQUIRY FORM


I was once asked why I don't participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I'll be there. - Mother Teresa





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Scott Dietrich recently delivered a School Heroes presentation at my son’s school. My son was profoundly affected by Scott’s message of strength and heroism, particularly in the face of bullying. After Scott’s presentation, my son felt empowered instead of a victim. His whole perspective had been transformed. The fact that Scott reached not only my son but all of his friends, too, is a testament to the power of Scott’s work. The kids were bursting with new ideas and new ways of thinking about the imbalance of power dynamics that can occur amongst people. I cannot thank Scott enough for helping my son in the vital way that he has.

Lisa Kozak - Parent, Grove Community School

Our school was fortunate to have Scott come and present during Bullying Awareness Week.  From the minute he began his presentation, he had the students hooked... not only because he used magic as his hook but because he was genuine.  He shared personal stories about his experiences with bullying and was able to frame those with a sense of optimism.  He was able to convey the message that we convey as a system: that it is safe to report bullying to an adult you trust and that something will be done about it.

With the students, he developed an action plan for dealing with bullying and gave the students some good, practical advice on how to deal with bullying.

Michel Bergeron - Principal, Christ the King Catholic Elementary School


We had the great fortune of having Scott Dietrich come in and do his School Heroes Unite presentation. He taught our students about heroism, and helped them understand that they can really make their own path by becoming an up stander. It really sparked the kids interest and left a fabulous message with them. Scott’s presentation was really animated and exciting, with his enthusiasm and fabulous magic tricks. He had our students captivated. I would highly recommend you have School Heroes Unite to your school, because it addresses a very prevalent issue in our schools, in a very positive and empowering way.

Susie Stamatopoulos - Vice Principal, Regal Road Public School


We just had Scott’s School Heroes Unite program, and I just wanted to say thank you so much Scott. We have a Grade 8 boy who’s had some difficulty with bullying, and really feeling like he doesn’t fit in, and your message really came through to him. And after the program when we got to have a little chat with you one on one, and that meant so much to him. I could see his eyes light up, just knowing that he’s going to get through it, it gets better, and that he can become somebody great, like you. So thank you for taking that extra time with our little friend, I’m sure it made a huge impact on him and will moving forward in his life.

Bethia Murray - Student Success Teacher, Sir Ernest MacMillan Public School