CCISD Schools Awarded by Character.org

CCISD Schools Awarded by Character.org
Posted on 04/01/2021
Character.org logoClear Falls High School and Robinson Elementary have been named 2021 State Schools of Character by Character.org, a designation given to just 15 schools in Texas this year.

The program recognizes schools at the state level for encouraging character development in students, which can positively impact the school environment, academia, and student behavior. Criteria for selection are based on Character.org’s 11 Principles of Effective Character, which include providing students with opportunities for moral action, fostering shared leadership, and engaging families and communities as partners in the character-building effort.

Character.org is a national advocate and leader for character in communities including schools, families, workplaces, and sports. Since the School of Character program’s inception, the process has impacted nearly 3 million students, staff, parents, and other community members.

Robinson was awarded State and National School of Character four years ago, but must reapply to maintain the honor.

Clear Falls and Robinson will submit an application to be considered for the national recognition, which is Character.org’s highest distinction.

Clear Creek ISD as a district, Clear Lake High School and Ferguson Elementary were also given the Promising Practices honor from Character.org in June 2020.

The 2021 National Schools of Character will be announced in May.

 
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