Character Development

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Character Development

Students will participate in Classroom Lessons throughout the school year.  Each month the lesson will focus on a different character trait and will be aligned to the district, state, and national standards required of School Counselors.  Should a need arise within a classroom or grade-level, teachers may request a specific lesson topic as well.  All lessons are need and prevention based, with some topics such as personal safety, conflict resolution, and bullying prevention.

  • September:  RESPECT
  • October:  RESPONSIBILITY
  • November:  PERSEVERANCE
  • December:  CARING
  • January:  COURAGE
  • February:  CITIZENSHIP
  • March:  TRUSTWORTHINESS
  • April:  COOPERATION
  • May:  FAIRNESS

Special Events and Program Outreach:

  • Kids on the Block Assemblies (Grades K-2)
  • Jay Banks Assemblies (Grades 3-5)
  • Service Project Help
  • Angel Tree
  • New Student Lunches
  • A.R.E. Brentwood Police Officers
  • Parent Awareness Meetings