Keep PACE with us!
Our upcoming events:
September 13. World Character Day. Wear Blue or Yellow to show you support good character!
Learn how you can Shine on! with us.
Not sure what to do for WCD? Here are a few quick ideas…(Don’t forget to register to let us know you are joing us! It’s free and simple.)
- Work with younger students or a Sunday school class? Show them a video on random acts of kindness. Challenge them to act!
- Lesson planning for high school students? Consider using this template to discuss Maya Angelou’s poem “A Brave and Startling Truth”.
- Watch a movie with your family. (Suggestions here.) Discuss how the characters showed good character or how a character trait developed during the film.
- Having a staff meeting? Show this short video then discuss the character traits that technology will never replace. How can celebrating character better your organization or business?
Watch for PACE in the Valleyfest Hearts of Gold parade on September 22 at 7:30. PACE Ambassadors and leadership will be leading the parade. In addition, 2017 and 2016 PACE Award student recipients will be on hand to help carry 12 PACE character trait banners in the parade.
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WHAT IS PACE?
PACE is a grassroots Spokane Valley initiative to promote the importance of good character through partnerships with schools, businesses, public agencies, residents, faith based organizations and community service groups. Working from a common list of monthly character traits, partners promote and integrate each trait into the regular activities of the organization.
PACE Mission Statement: PACE inspires and supports exceptional character through education, community partnerships and recognition
PACE Vision Statement: PACE envisions communities of exceptional character.
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