Steve James – Elementary School Assemblies

Playing the Piano During a Live Performance

Uplifting, Motivating, & Entertaining!

Steve James has been positively affecting the lives of children and families through his effective and entertaining school assembly programs for many years. Steve’s original music and interactive elementary school assemblies help build character, instill self-esteem, encourage good citizenship and service to the community, promote tolerance and understanding, and a whole lot more.

Steve James Original Children’s Music Samples

Steve has released several wonderful CDs that have been enjoyed by thousands of children across the nation, both in the classroom and at home. The U.S. Department of Education and The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention have called his music an “exemplary and promising” program component. But Steve’s true genius for motivating kids to be better can only be appreciated in a live school assembly.

Steve’s innovative and entertaining school assemblies change children’s lives. His catchy and original tunes deal with peer pressure, being nice to others, honesty, friendship, thinking positive, and many other important topics. Help your kids develop positive values with Steve James’ wonderful program.

Steve’s “performance gave the real “feel” that the conference needed. The song and children’s choir that sang really set the tone for the remainder of the conference. The attendees were on their feet and I saw a few teary eyes as well!“ – Susan Kerr, Director, Ronald McDonald House Charities

It has been our opportunity to have the professional assistance of Steve James in the enhancement of our Prevention activities throughout Utah. I have been very impressed with his professionalism and his deep concern for young people and the problems with which they are faced within our society. Steve is an excellent role model for youth. In a fun and entertaining way, he shares the positive side of life and the message is clear that substance abuse and violence have not been a part of his life.“ – Vern Larsen, Safe and Drug-Free Schools & Communities, Utah State Office of Education