Are you ready for a CHARACTER COUNTS! Week celebration fit for a super hero? I know we are! Have you picked a theme yet? Ours is: Character Is Our Super Power, and it has us all revved up! What will weaving character into Red Ribbon Week and making it all about healthy choices look like at Westwood-Bales? I’m glad you asked!
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If you haven’t had a chance to check out our free resources for CHARACTER COUNTS! Week 2012 (coming up October 21-27), there’s still time to register and access some great ideas and lessons to celebrate the Week. Registered participants can access all four resource installments of CC! Week materials. As a bonus, everyone who registers will »
Guest blogger and Elementary School Counselor Lauren Gentry shares some wonderful ideas for how to celebrate the upcoming National CHARACTER COUNTS! Week (Oct. 21-27) in the classroom, plus some other great suggestions for celebrating character all year long with students.
On September 19, the United States Senate unanimously passed a resolution declaring Oct. 21-27, 2012 to be “National Character Counts Week.” Senate Resolution #569 was drafted and submitted by Iowa Senator Charles Grassley and focuses on the importance and need for character education now more than ever. It also encourages schools, families, organizations and civics groups to celebrate National Character Counts Week with »
We know you’re dealing with back-to-school craziness, so to help smooth your planning for Worldwide CHARACTER COUNTS! Week 2012 (October 21-27) we’ve packed the fourth installment of free resources with lessons and other great ideas for celebrating CC! Week. Registered participants will be entered into our CC!Week draw and be eligible for a chance to win one of five »
Time to start planning for CHARACTER COUNTS! Week 2012! This year the celebrations will take place October 21-27.
CC! presents great opportunities for project-based learning — that’s why we’ve got big PBL plans for CC! Week 2012.
It has been so much fun to read about what our CC! schools and communities were up to during CHARACTER COUNTS! Week this year.
It started with a planning meeting and an inquiry: What if we were to replace the dress-up days and collect a different item to support a local charitable organization each day?