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Character Education

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WCPSS Character Traits:


September - RESPONSIBILITY: Being dependable in carrying out obligations and duties.  Showing reliability and consistency in words and conduct.  Being accountable for you own actions.  Being committed to active involvement in your community.


October - RESPECTShowing high regard for authority, for other people, for self, for property, and for country. Understanding that all people have value as human beings.


November - COURAGE: Having the determination to do the right thing even when others don't; the strength to follow your conscience rather than the crowd. Attempting difficult things that are worthwhile.


December - KINDNESS: Being considerate, courteous, helpful, and understanding of others. Showing care, compassion, friendship, and generosity. Treating others as you would like to be treated.


January - SELF-DISCIPLINE: Demonstrating hard work and commitment to purpose. Regulating yourself for improvement and refraining from inappropriate behaviors. Being in proper control of your words, actions, impulses, and desires. Choosing abstinence from premarital sex, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and other harmful substances and behaviors. Doing your best in all situations.


February - INTEGRITY: Having the inner strength to be truthful, trustworthy, and honest in all things. Acting justly and honorably.


March - PERSEVERANCE: Being persistent in pursuit of worthy objectives in spite of difficulty, opposition, or discouragement. Exhibiting patience and having the fortitude to try again when confronted with delays, mistakes, or failures.


April - GOOD JUDGMENT: Choosing worthy goals and setting proper priorities. Thinking through the consequences of your actions. Basing decisions on practical wisdom and good sense.




 Parents and students, looking for a book to read on one the character traits?  Wake County Public Libraries has put together some excellent  books lists on our character education traits.  Click on the links below for some great book recommendations!


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