PACE Partner of the Month

The PACE leadership team would like recognize Little Learner Child Development Center as the Partner of the Month for December.

Being a child care… center, this PACE Partner was an easy choice for December. Caring for children is their business.

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Caring…how do you do it?

Do you need ideas for your family?

  • Bake cookies together and deliver to the fire station or police station.
  • Send a phone card to a soldier so that they can call their family for Christmas or other holidays.
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Guest Column: Caring

Whitworth University has been a PACE partner since its inception. Every September, classes at this university are cancelled for the better part of a day in order for students to take part in service projects throughout the community….

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Guest Column: Caring

Whitworth University has been a PACE partner since its inception. Every September, classes at this university are cancelled for the better part of a day in order for students to take part in service projects throughout the community….

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Guest Column: Citizenship

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,…

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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. 

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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….

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Gratitude and Respect

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….

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Guest Column: Respect

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,…

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Guest Column: Gratitude

When asked to write a brief article on what gratitude means to me, I accepted with the thought that it would be an easy assignment, which I could complete in no time. I was wrong. On the surface gratitude seemed simple and easily explained,…

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Guest Column: Generosity

Living a life with a generous heart is something we are always encouraging families, children and others to do. The news, social media and print advertising are also encouraging us to give generously. So what does living generously even entail?…

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