In the last newsletter you read an introduction to how R’Club has integrated Character Education practices with in our before and after school and preschool programs. In this addition, we would like to introduce you to the national advocate and leader in the character education movement, the Character Education Partnership (CEP).
CEP is based in Washington, DC and is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nonsectarian coalition of organizations and individuals committed to fostering effective character education in our nation’s schools. CEP is an umbrella organization for character education, serving as the leading resource for people and organizations that are integrating character education into their schools and communities.
CEP’s membership includes the nation’s leading education organizations, and its board of directors is made up of corporate leaders and experts in the field of character education.
CEP’s National and State Schools of Character program offers K-12 public, private, and charter schools and districts across the U.S. a path to school improvement and excellence through high-quality character education.
R’Club is proud to be a partner with Pinellas County Schools in the pursuit of State and National Schools of Character Awards.
The following schools with R’Club programs have been awarded the National Schools of Character Award or the Promising Practices Award: Cross Bayou Elementary, Seminole Elementary, McMullen Booth Elementary and the Pinellas County Schools District.
Way to Go Pinellas County and R’Club!!!