The Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board wants new students to feel welcome, especially those who come to Canada as refugees.
Not long ago, Ashton Brown was struggling with his Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, getting in trouble at school as his symptoms continued to get “worse and worse,” said Jacqui Brown, the 11-year-old’s mother.
A group of students at Scotland’s Harlow Academy recently partnered with local police and community organizations to send a powerful message about drugs, and they debuted their work in July at the Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen.
Ashby Foote, city councilman in Jackson, Mississippi, is a big fan of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, and for good reason.
Students who took part in the Salt Lake City School District’s new iCHAMPS program were sent to the office less and behaved better than students who did not participate.
Students at Queensland, Australia’s St. Mary’s Catholic School recently learned about folks in their community who struggle with basic necessities like food and water, and they decided to do something about it.
Pacific High School teacher CJ Eastwood recently won a Character Education Award trophy and $2,000 from San Bernardino area Rotary Clubs.
Lancaster’s Como Park Elementary is the only school in Western New York, and one of only four in the state, to win recognition as a “National School of Character” from the nonprofit Character.org.
Teachers, faculty and parents familiar with the Dismantling Racism curriculum at Bowman Elementary School are urging the Lexington, Massachusetts school committee to expand the program across the district.