Soccer has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. From playing on recreational youth teams, to college, and now to my job today, soccer has been there. While learning the fundamentals of the game was the objective, I also learned there was much more to soccer than the … Continue reading “Character Development Through Sport”
by Jennifer DiStefano, Student Assistance Counselor, Cherry High School East According to the National Bullying Prevention Center, one out of four students will experience bullying during their school age years. This is an upsetting statistic, but one student was determined to do something about it. Student on a Mission A student-athlete at Cherry Hill High … Continue reading “Athletes Against Bullying”
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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