Tag Archives: Respect

  • World Character Day
    September 22, 2016

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    PACE reminds you that Thursday, September 22nd is Character Day, a global event linking Character and the Sciences. Recognize Character Day in your own way and join supporters in 70 countries who have planned over 40,000 events around the globe. Information regarding Character Day and a link to resources can be found at www.letitripple.org Global […]

  • September
    Good Character Reading!

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    Spokane County Library Suggests … Respect Reading List Picture books: “All the Colors of the Earth” by Sheila Hamanaka “Amazing Grace” by Mary Hoffman “Arthur’s Eyes” by Marc Brown “Arthur’s Nose” by Marc Brown “Big Words for Little People” by Jamie Lee Curtis “Butterfly House” by Eve Bunting “Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes “Each Living Thing” […]

  • Guest Column:
    A Lesson in Respect

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    A few weeks ago, my daughter received a lecture about showing more respect at home. It was not the first lecture of its kind. In true preteen style, it was met with an eye roll and a bored, “I know, I know …” It was a frustrating moment. With as many times as we had […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month

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    The PACE leadership team would like recognize Spokane Valley Fire Department as the Partner of the Month for April. Since becoming a PACE partner in 2015, SVFD has shared the importance of good character by visiting schools, participating in PACE award ceremonies, and placing PACE materials and posters in local fire stations. These materials include special SVFD red and […]

  • Gratitude and Respect

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    New PACE Partner Spokane Valley Fire Department recently helped East Valley’s Continuous Curriculum School students celebrate good character! Battalion Chief Stan Cooke spoke to students during an all-school Awards Assembly about the PACE character traits of Gratitude and Respect. He told them “you have the power to take an ordinary day and make it extraordinary” […]

  • September
    Good Character Reading!

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    Spokane County Library Suggests … Respect Reading List Picture books: “All the Colors of the Earth” by Sheila Hamanaka “Amazing Grace” by Mary Hoffman “Arthur’s Eyes” by Marc Brown “Arthur’s Nose” by Marc Brown “Big Words for Little People” by Jamie Lee Curtis “Butterfly House” by Eve Bunting “Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes “Each Living Thing” […]

  • Guest Column:
    Respect

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    Respect can mean a lot of things in a lot of different situations. As an athlete, respect comes into play in every aspect of a sport. Playing in a game or match, practicing, communicating with your teammates and coaches, all involve respect. Respect to me means that you treat everyone you come into contact with […]

  • Respect Yours and Others Identities

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    In consideration of September’s character trait RESPECT, recognizing, considering and properly honoring the worth of one’s self and others (including identity and property), we’d like to share a free event hosted by one of our PACE Partners. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Eastern Washington, North Idaho and Montana is hosting their second annual FREE […]

  • Respect starts with me

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    By Tawni Bremer of Medical Lake Middle School, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press Respect is treating others with fairness and kindness. These qualities are simply daily considerations that we show to others. When I think about what respect means to me, I think of the effort that […]

  • Spokane Country Library District Suggests …

    Picture books: “All the Colors of the Earth” by Sheila Hamanaka “Amazing Grace” by Mary Hoffman “Arthur’s Eyes” by Marc Brown “Arthur’s Nose” by Marc Brown “Big Words for Little People” by Jamie Lee Curtis “Butterfly House” by Eve Bunting “Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes “Each Living Thing” by Joanne Ryder “Freedom Summer” by Deborah Wiles […]