August 2014

Monthly Archives

  • PACE Partners Get Social with Good Character

    We asked you to share how you promote good character and we’ve received some great responses, specifically around social media. It’s one of the quickest and far-reaching ways to spread character education to those you serve and your community. Below are just a few examples of what some partners are doing. Take a look at […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month:

    The PACE Leadership Team would like to recognize West Valley School District (WVSD) as Partner of the Month! WVSD is a founding PACE Partner and was instrumental in bringing in many active PACE Partners early on to help shape PACE into the organization it is today. Back in 2009, when PACE was still in its […]

  • Educators Offer Ideas to Share PACE

    These PACE ideas were a result of educators' brainstorming session at a PACE professional development workshop. View what other educators do to share character education.

    As the new school year begins, we’d like to share some ideas from educators who packed the house for a recent PACE professional development workshop. These tips help focus on integrating PACE character traits into daily teaching and curriculum. We’ve gathered these ideas from the participants to share them with you. With 39 entries, some […]

  • Check Out Our New PACE Website!

    We’ve launched our brand new PACE website. It’s still the same address,, but the look, features and capabilities are all new. Our new site features Tools for businesses, educators and parents, which include: Character trait graphics to share online and on banners you can print and display An active blog you can subscribe to […]

  • Respect Yours and Others Identities

    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

    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 […]