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  • 1. CHARACTER EDUCATION Missouri & National District of Character
  • 2. Lindbergh Character Education Mission Statement Character education is a fundamental component of a student’s education requiring the commitment of the community, parents, students, faculty and staff. An educated citizen is the foundation of a democratic society in which respect and responsibility determine strength.
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    • There is no single script for effective character education, but there are some important basic principles. The eleven principles serve as criteria that schools and other groups can use to plan a character education effort.
  • 4. STUDENT TEAMS DISTRICT TEAM PARENT TEAMS BUILDING TEAMS
  • 5. “ Character education is the deliberate effort to help people understand, care about, and act upon core ethical values.” Dr. Thomas Lickona
  • 6.   Principle I Character education promotes core ethical values as the basis of good character.
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  • 10. “ Caring & Competent”
  • 11. “ Caring & Competent”
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  • 14. Principle II Character is comprehensively defined to include thinking, feeling, and behavior.
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    • Principle III
    • Effective character education requires an intentional, proactive, and comprehensive approach that promotes the core values in all phases of school life.
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  • 20. Principle IV Lindbergh is a caring community.  
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  • 22. District Basketball in Columbia, MO
  • 23. Group Service Projects
  • 24.   Principle V To develop character, Lindbergh provides student opportunities for moral action.
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  • 28. From Patriot Day (9/11/07) to Thanksgiving (11/22/07), Lindbergh School District challenged all Lindbergh staff, students and families to donate five to 10 hours of volunteer time to make the community a better place. Through this District-wide community service initiative, “A Heart to Serve, Hands to Help,” over 32,000 hours assisting others were donated. The goal of 25,000 hours was surpassed through the District’s strong adherence to character values and developing competent and caring students. It’s projects like this that continue to influence our students in a positive way . Service Learning
  • 29. Principle VI Effective character education includes a meaningful and challenging academic curriculum that respects all learners and helps them succeed.  
  • 30. PRESIDENTIAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE RECOGNITION
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  • 32. Curricula includes codes which identify the character traits infused in learning activity. Codes for Character Traits & State Requirements
  • 33. Principle VII Character education should strive to develop students’ intrinsic motivation for developing good character.
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  • 35. Glory Of Missouri
    • Recognizes students in all grades for outstanding demonstration of a particular trait. Students travel to the state capital for recognition at the House of Representatives by Rep. Jim Avery.
  • 36. Principle VIII The Lindbergh Staff is a learning and moral community in which all share responsibility for character education and attempt to adhere to the same core values that guide the education of students.
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  • 41. Principle IX Staff and students demonstrate moral leadership.  
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    •   Principle X
    • Lindbergh recruits parents and community members as full partners in the character-building effort.
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  • 47. Principle XI Evaluates the character of the school, the school staff as character educators, and the extent to which students manifest good character.  
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  • 50. AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE
  • 51. Attendance
  • 52. Attendance
  • 53. Attendance
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  • 55. Lindbergh School District Character Education Report How Well Are Lindbergh Students Doing? A Summary of 2006-07 Character Education Initiatives and Caring Outcomes Information Submitted by The Curriculum and Instruction Division August 2007 Lindbergh School District Character Education Report How Well Are Lindbergh Students Doing? A Summary of 2006-07 Character Education Initiatives and Caring Outcomes Information Submitted by The Curriculum and Instruction Division August 2007 Lindbergh School District Character Education Report How Well Are Lindbergh Students Doing? A Summary of 2006-07 Character Education Initiatives and Caring Outcomes Information Submitted by The Curriculum and Instruction Division August 2007 Lindbergh School District Character Education Report How Well Are Lindbergh Students Doing? A Summary of 2006-07 Character Education Initiatives and Caring Outcomes Information Submitted by The Curriculum and Instruction Division August 2007 Character Education Report How well are Lindbergh Students doing? Character Education Initiatives and Caring Outcomes
  • 56. … .in summary
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  • 58. Thank you for your kind attention! Dr. Vic Lenz Mrs. Valerie Creech Mrs. Valerie Creech Mrs. Heather Buettner Dr. Nancy Rathjen Mrs. Kathy Bade Mr. Steve Suess Dr. James Sandfort Dr. Jim Simpson Mrs. Amy Richards