June 2014

Monthly Archives

  • West Plains PACE celebrates good character at inaugural PACE Awards


    The West Plains Chapter has made some big strides with character education in a short amount time. They became an official PACE chapter in January, and on May 1, they honored 14 students and their families at the West Plains Chamber May Membership Breakfast for “Youth Leadership on the West Plains.” The event was held […]

  • PACE Honors Outstanding Character


    More than 35 Sponsors make the gala celebration of good character possible The room was glowing with the smiling faces of students, family members, educators, community leaders and PACE partners at the 2014 PACE Awards community-sponsored event on Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the Mirabeau Park Hotel and Convention Center. Emcee, Robyn Nance of KXLY […]

  • Spokane County Library Suggests …

    Picture books: “A Bargain for Frances” by Russell Hoban “Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes “Davy, Soccer Star!” By Brigitte Weninger “Doctor De Soto” by William Steig “Enemy Pie” by Derek Munson “Fish is Fish” by Leo Lionni “Horace and Morris but Mostly Dolores” by James Howe “Katy and the Big Snow” by Virginia Burton “Little Croc’s […]

  • Exercise Your Integrity Daily


    By Sarah Richards, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, The Splash and Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press I enjoy working out. The benefits are numerous, but I’ll give you my top three: 1. I look and feel good 2. I get to test my mental and physical limits 3. I’ve made friends […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month: Ian Robertson


    PACE would like to thank and recognize Ian Robertson, recently-retired pastor of Central United Methodist Church, and current director of Christian Service Team as our Partner of the Month. Ian was on board the moment he heard about PACE several years ago, and he’s been sharing character education ever since. He’s provided the invocation at […]

  • A Walk of Courage


    Cheney-area students proudly hold the PACE Courage banner at the Four-and-a-Half Block Walk. Photo from Cheney Free Press. Cheney-area students encouraged others to show Courage as they walked with May’s PACE character trait banner at the Cheney “4½ Block Walk” last month to benefit the West Plains Relay for Life Team. Courage is absolutely necessary […]