School Assembly School Assembly

Bob Lenz, founder of the Dignity Revolution, speaks to half a million people each year. Since 1982, Bob has spoken in all 50 states to more than 7 million people. His public school assembly programs have been consistently rated among the best in the nation by school administrators, teachers, parents, and most importantly, students. His intense passion to instill hope in youth allows him to connect with their hearts and minds like no other speaker can, sharing experiences that help them deal with real life while challenging them to make a difference in their world.

He explores issues like bullying, self-harm, suicide, and substance abuse while using his unique gift of humor. Somewhere between laughing at one of his embarrassing moments and getting choked up over a true story, students realize their hearts and minds have been changed.

This school assembly program includes an opening act to engage the audience. Following the opening act, Bob will share his powerful Dignity Revolution message. In a typical day, Bob and the team will do two assembly programs and a community event in the evening. The road team will arrive two hours prior to the assembly to set up the state-of-the art sound, video, and light system. Students are dismissed 15 minutes before the program to the gym or auditorium. The program is a full 60 minutes beginning with a 15-minute opening act, followed by speaker Bob Lenz. At the conclusion, Bob encourages everyone to stand up for the value of every person by signing the Dignity Pledge.

The Dignity Revolution Challenge reinforces the concepts Bob shares in his assembly programs. An effective way to implement the Dignity Revolution is to bring Bob to your school and then follow up with the Challenge. To experience the assembly program, watch Bob share “Ronny’s Story.”

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