by Kara Coleman The days of summer are no longer stretched out before us with long vacations, fewer rules, and flexible bedtimes. A new school year has started and the pace has changed. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or both, your plate is probably overflowing. But isn’t it like that every September? Isn’t it … Continue reading “New Year, New Challenges: The Crucial Skill Missing in your Back to School Plans”
By Tip Fallon, graduate of a National School of Character, Roosevelt High School It is remarkable how the seemingly smallest incidents can make a lasting impact when it comes to character development. Over 15 years ago, I was playing on my high school soccer team and we traveled to an out-of-county school for a game. … Continue reading “Character Development: On and Off the Field”
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