There will be parades, themed dress days, T-shirt design contests, writing contests, classroom-door decorating contests, all kinds of parental involvement, CC! assemblies, Role Models of the Day, Pillars of the Day, art projects, class mentoring, surprise guests, and several versions of Celebration Friday.
In Albertville, Alabama, the students at Albertville Primary School will “Stay on Track with Good Character” as they walk and run laps on the track during P.E. class. For each lap they complete, students will get a colored bead representing one of the Six Pillars of Character.
In Cave Creek, Arizona, students at Horseshoe Elementary will demonstrate trustworthiness, caring, responsibility, and citizenship as they work together to groom horses.
In Queen Creek, Arizona, the Leading Edge Academy is having a Lee National Denim Day to raise money to help fight women’s cancers. They’re also practicing good citizenship by hosting a Food Drive for the United Food Bank.
In Atlanta, Georgia, the Warren/Holyfield Boys and Girls Club will practice caring and good citizenship by visiting a neighborhood nursing home to adopt grandparents and play games.
In Iowa, the whole city of Fort Dodge is participating in a Pay It Forward program. Based on Catherine Ryan Hyde’s book about a boy’s attempt to improve the world by paying a favor forward, the Trinity Regional Medical Center is challenging everyone in town to pay it forward.
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