What is citizenship and why does it matter?
Citizenship is positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law.
“Citizenship means taking seriously our responsibility to make our country the best place it can be.” Dana Mannino, Spokane County Library District librarian. PACE guest columnist November 2019.
“Citizenship is about helping and supporting peers and community members through the ups and downs of life.” Brooke DeRuwe, a 2018 senior at Central Valley High School. PACE guest columnist November 2018.
PACE invites community members to write on the trait of the month. Thank you to West Valley High School student Aisha Abdurhuman for this article on Citizenship.
The Braveries of Citizenship
Practicing citizenship is vital to being a good citizen,...
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The Braveries of Citizenship by Aisha Abdurhuman
Practicing citizenship is vital to being a good citizen, but it takes a lot of bravery. It harbors many responsibilities, and in order to meet those, citizens must see beyond themselves as individuals and meet the needs of society,...Read More
Below are three easy ideas to stimulate family conversation and activity to explore character concepts, aligned with your child’s school PACE character education program.
November – Citizenship
Positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law
- TALK – use this prompt to start a conversation with your family about this month’s character trait:
How can we show citizenship at home, ...