On the very first day of school, the students who have already established themselves with their peers are looking to rekindle their old friendships, or continue with them, while others who are new are struggling to find a social group to belong to. In retrospect, the teachers also yearn to reconnect with those team mates with whom they were close to, and tend to back away from those teachers with whom they don't necessarily get along with. For our students, some of them can't wait to go back to school because their friends are waiting for them, while others do not wish to be a part of the social group that are others are a part of. These mixed feelings and emotions that exist in this social institution, which we call school, can ultimately lead to power struggles, fights, arguments, and a community that is not conducive for learning. Students who do not feel respected tend to not do well with their peers or develop relationships that are not personable. What if students were able to interact with all members of their school community, including the support staff without a disregard for their function within the building? What if all of the classes, in all of the grades, were aiming to build better relationships, wouldn't school be so much better for children?