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WHOLE VILLAGE CHARACTER EDUCATION MONTHLY THEMES

All members of the community are asked to assist in promotion of the monthly themes in their home, business, church, service club or other organization through discussion, newsletters, and posters. At the same time teachers will be promoting the themes in their classrooms.

Beginning this school year the Project will focus on a Campaign for Respect, with the value of respect forming the core of the program.

September - Respect for Education.                 February - Respect for Diversity.
October - Respect for Health.                          March - Respect Your School.
November - Respect for Humanity.                  April - Respect Yourself.
December - Respect for Family.                      May - Respect Your Future.
January - Respect for Friends.

"It has been said that there is nothing more influential, more determinant, in a child's life than the moral power of quiet example. For children to take morality seriously they must be in the presence of adults who take morality seriously." - Aristotle.

The Whole Village Character Education Project received the School Administrators of South Dakota Little Red School House Award recognizing the Project as a significant innovative program deserving of statewide recognition that may be adopted by other school districts.


            

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