WVSD Students Show Citizenship

West Valley School District students at Pasadena Park Elementary practiced good citizenship by creating cards and writing letters for veterans through the “Holiday Mail for Heroes” event….

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Citizenship

“So Be That Person Who Stands Up”

Being a good citizen is not something small. It’s working hard to leave a place better than it was before. It’s putting others before yourself. When someone is getting picked on,…

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Responsiblity

“The Price of Greatness is Responsibility” -Winston Churchill

The Fall Season is upon us and with it comes the return of football.

The sights and sounds are vivid. Stadiums will be filled with people collectively cheering and rooting for their team….

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“What Citizenship Means to Me”

Citizenship has a big part in life; I would say I’ve always done my best to show good citizenship. I believe good citizenship means being a part of your community, standing up for others, and always doing the right thing first!…

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Thanking those that have served

For the past 10 years, Adams Elementary librarian Julie Custer has helped build citizenship in her students as they learn to positively contribute to society and community. During a recent 5th grade class, her assignment for them was simple but impactful: “Demonstrate good citizenship by making thank you cards for veterans”….

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Good Citizenship by PACE Partners

For the 7th year in a row, PACE partner KiDDS Dental held the Great Candy Buy Back. Trick-or-treaters “sold” their candy, which will now be sent to troops serving overseas. KiDDS Dental recommended children enjoy a little of their loot,…

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PACE Partner of the Month:

The PACE Leadership Team would like to recognize Rogue Heart Media as Partner of the Month!

A local web design, video production and commercial photography company, Rogue Heart committed to building character in the community by becoming a PACE partner….

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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….

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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,…

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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….

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A Few Thoughts on Gratitude

By Rev. Linda Bartholomew, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press

One of my favorite contemporary theologians is Paul McCartney. Don’t you marvel at how being one of the Beatles was only the start of his career,…

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Generosity extends well beyond monetary gifts

By Kynlee Dub, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, The Splash and Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press

“You can’t live a perfect day without doing something or someone who will never be able to repay you”~~ John Wooden.

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