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Best suited for students K-12
Mavs Man & Champ demonstrate better choices through role play and use signs that keep everyone involved.
Key Message: MAVS Acronym
Motivation – Identifying what students like – careers, dreams, influences
Activation – The process – character role play (mascots demonstrates)
Vision – Set goals for success
Solution – What it takes to solve a problem/differences
Best suited for students 3-6
Your students can make wise decisions the night before and the day of your STAAR test that will give them the best score possible. Your students will be reminded of good test taking strategies to conquer the test.
Key Message: CORE Acronym
Commitment – Set agreements between parents and teachers
Organization – Being prepared in every element
Responsibility – Be on time, make good grades, as questions if needed
Enthusiasm – Coming to school with a positive attitude, helping other, show school spirit
Best suited for students K-8
Key Message: STOP Acronym
Students – Identifying who’s involved
Together – Role play of objectives
Organize – Think before speaking and doing
Peace – Demonstrates how a peaceful mind can effect your life with solutions
Best suited for students 3 -12
Key Message: JUST SAY NO!
Your students will visualize though character role play the consequences in a very serious situation. Students will participate by holding signs and chanting JUST SAY NO!
MavsMan and Champ will arrive at your event in style with these custom vehicles sponsored by AMR.
Ultimate Mascot Clash
MavsMan and Champ train for an epic showdown!
The Mavericks mascots came to Briarhill last year to do a motivational assembly as the STAAR test was approaching. It was a fun, high energy assembly and I would recommend it! The mascots, Champ and Mavman, did some awesome basketball stunts and they were both interactive with the students and staff as they motivated everyone to get involved. They handed out some amazing Mavericks prizes to students and teachers, such as t-shirts, jerseys, basketballs, and so many other things I can’t remember all of them, but they were very generous with their prizes! They also brought their own backdrop and equipment and had an MC who did all the talking and played music as the mascots performed. They talked about several topics such as never giving up, always being your best, accepting others, overcoming obstacles, etc. I plan to invite them back this year! – Amy Aguinaga, Lewisville ISD