The Fingertips Program is a motivational live concert experience presented by award-winning singer/songwriter, former classroom teacher, licensed therapist and SEL specialist, Katie Quick.
Rooted in social-emotional learning, Katie teaches students how to use the Five Fingertips (belief, courage, action, perseverance and love) to develop better self-awareness, create goals, take action, maintain a positive mindset, and overcome obstacles on the way to making their dream come true.
Katie sings and performs throughout the assembly, sharing her personal journey as a little kid singing into a hairbrush in her childhood home to becoming an award-winning singer/songwriter, teacher, and therapist who has achieved international success using the Five Fingertips.
This program covers all five CASEL competencies including self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.
Participants will leave feeling inspired and ready to take action, and teachers will receive a post-assembly curriculum to continue the work of the Five Fingertips in their own classrooms.
2023 Assembly Details:
Grade Levels: 3rd through 12th grade
What's Included: 60 minute program + post-assembly curriculum.
Cost: $1,000 for one assembly, with discounted rates available for schools from the same district booking together. Ready to book? Questions? Contact us!
Katie talks about Fingertips on the Katie Couric Show!
What Schools Are Saying...
"This was the best cultural arts assembly we've ever had."
"Katie's program was engaging, relevant, fun and honest. The kids connected with her immediately and have been talking about the program for weeks. We can't wait to have her back."
"I LOVE that Katie was a teacher. She knew how to get the attention of the 800 students in the assembly and keep them intrigued for the entire hour. When she was talking, you could hear a pin drop - the kids were hanging on her every word! When she was singing, the entire group was singing right along with her. The message was life changing not only for the students, but for me as a teacher."