Lesson Plans and Curriculum for Your Classroom

Life Skills | Manners | Character Education | Social Emotional Learning

Are you a high school educator who desires to teach manners, character education and social skills in your classroom?

You are aware of the importance of teaching manners to teens. Learning manners is crucial and is an educational and societal priority.

The high school curriculum also includes a job skills component.

Thank you note


Students Learn

  • First impressions
  • Social skills
  • Digital decorum
  • Appearance matters
  • “Like” “Um” “Ya Know”: take a stand and stop
  • Phone skills
  • Texting
  • Dining skills
  • How to set the table
  • How to hold a fork correctly
  • Napkin etiquette
  • American Style versus European: what is the difference?
  • How to manage your online presence
  • What to post and what not to post
  • A powerful, professional and polished handshake
  • A business and casual introduction
  • Job interview skills
  • Preparing for and getting your first interviewWhat to wear
    How to sit
    What to say
    How to handle yourself from start to finish
    How to follow-up after the interview

Young man on interview


The results we are seeing:

  • A polite and well-rounded teen/young adult
  • Improved confidence and self-esteem
  • Empathy for others
  • Using good manners and social skills in the classroom
  • Parents notice a difference at home
  • Displaying good manners in everyday life outside of the classroom

The Manners To Go™ Program Works Because


  • The Etiquette Program Works Because
  • Role-playing activities are included for each module.
  • The activities are fun and occur in our everyday life..
  • Teachers find the lesson plans easy to follow
  • The program easily fits into your day and may be taught in 10, 20 or 30 minute sessions.
  • The lesson plans are designed to be customized to meet your time-frame and include suggested dialogue.


High School Curriculum

In today’s ever interconnected world, young people need an “interpersonal currency” that is widely accepted and easy to use. Manners To Go puts the etiquette of our time and culture in their pockets, and in doing so, opens doors of friendship and opportunity. Some young students have been shown these manners before by their parents, teachers and leaders, but by actually making it a formal lesson in Manners To Go”, the whole notion of shaking hands or formal introductions becomes demystified. Even a shy preadolescent will gain confidence when she or he is taught why and how to shake hands or make an introduction. For middle and high schoolers on the threshold of adulthood, Manners To Go gives them the playbook of how to be treated seriously by acting maturely through manners. By making it fun, they will take this “interpersonal currency” wherever they go and won’t leave home without it.

Marikay Satryano

Director, Malcolm Pray Achievement Center


Simple Pricing


All Courses Include:

  • Easy to use lesson plans that state the objective, activities, items needed and room set-up for each topic
  • 25 modules (with over 190 pages of lesson plans and handouts)
  • Ready to use handouts that may be used with a Smart Board or printed
  • The curriculum is provided in an electronic file for a quick and easy download.
I want to thank you for your time and efforts yesterday. Your presentations were absolutely fantastic. The young ladies were engaged and the staff cannot stop talking about both presentations and how much they learned. I hope in the future we could work together again and put on another successful women’s conference for a new bunch of ninth grade young ladies. I cannot thank you enough for all you did. I hope more schools will be able to experience what we experienced yesterday. Heidi Roman

School Counselor and Anti-Bullying Specialist , Burlington Township High School, NJ

Manners To Go offered my special needs students a fun and interactive way to enhance their social skills. Rather than paper and pencil, they were able to extend their learning and practice real world scenarios. They really loved the handshake lesson and comparing the proper versus improper way to shake. They were actually excited about doing their homework, shaking hands with family, teachers or friends. Heather- Neri Prudhome

Teacher, Florida School District

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