October 2015

Monthly Archives

  • Guest Column:


    The PACE character trait for November is citizenship. Citizenship is often thought of in two ways. The first way people may think of citizenship is one’s legal status of being a citizen of a country. In looking at citizenship in this way, the mere fact that you live in a country and have sworn or […]

  • PACE Partner KiDDS Dental
    Candy Buy Back…
    Citizenship at Work!


    Mark your calendars! Next month, you and your Trick-or-Treaters are invited to help celebrate good citizenship by supporting troops overseas.  The 8th Annual Great Candy Buy Back will be held at KiDDS Dental in Liberty Lake on November 2, 2015, from 4pm to 8pm. Please consider letting your little ghosts and goblins enjoy a little of their […]

  • October
    Good Character Reading!


    Spokane County Library Suggests … Responsiblity Reading List “A Hero’s Guide to Deadly Dragons” by Cressida Cowell “A Pet For Petunia” by Paul Schmid “Al Capone Does My Shirts” by Gennifer Choldenko “Arthur Meets the President” by Marc Brown “Big Sister, Little Sister” by LeUyen Pham “Chief Rhino to the Rescue!” by Sam Lloyd “Children Make […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month:
    Owl Pharmacy


    The PACE leadership team would like recognize Owl Pharmacy as the Partner of the Month for October. Located in Cheney, Owl Pharmacy partners with the West Plains chapter of PACE and the Cheney School District to help Bring Character to Light. By promoting PACE through posters and window clings and encouraging employees to be involved, this PACE partner helps promote the […]

  • Win a Simply Northwest
    Gift Basket!


    Like the PACE Facebook page and learn how to win a gift basket from Simply Northwest!   Thanks to the support of PACE Partner Simply Northwest, we are happy to offer you this chance to win! By liking the PACE Facebook page, you will be connected with us for all of the latest news, events and […]

  • Responsibility


    I have, essentially, two expectations for my students – to be responsible and to be respectful. A couple of weeks ago marked the beginning of a new school year and my students had the chance to brainstorm ways that they can demonstrate responsibility and respect as students in their math classroom. I was impressed with […]