Character development is about helping students learn and practice positive character attributes. When we build good character, we build strong communities. In the school community, character development is woven into programs and practices it becomes a way of life. Student success is dependent on a safe, caring and inclusive learning environment where all students feel valued. This starts by teaching our students about the value of character – respecting themselves and each other, making positive contributions to their school and community and thinking critically and creatively.
Monthly Themes: Honesty, Goal Setting, Compassion, Perseverance, Responsibility, Fairness, Trustworthiness, Sportsmanship, Self-Control, Citizenship and Respect.
Congratulations to the following students who were recognized at our Character Ed assemblies on October 24th & 25th.
Honesty – Chloe
Goal Setting – Chianne, Delilah, Silas
Compassion – Cody, Audrey, Kegan, Madison, Raven, Abby, Emersyn, Dylan, Abby, Julia, Hunter, Willow, Andy
Perseverance – Finnley, Evalyna, Dion, Timmy, Charlotte, Carter, Maddy, Chase, Liam, William, Maddison
Responsibility – Avery, Matthew, Harlow, Chance, Landon, Cody, Brooke, Madison, Laura-Ann
Trustworthiness – Damien, Finn
Sportsmanship – Ryan
Citizenship – Callie, Miller, Claire, Parker, Hailey, Katherine, Lauren, Joshua
Respect – Keegan, Jack