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CTA Character Education


The fifth grade class presents their character traits they will focus on for the school year.

September Character Trait is RESPECT each month, CTA focuses on a character trait that we discuss, learn, collaborate and implement into our lives at school, home and our community. Our administration meets with our high school students twice a month and meets weekly with our elementary and middle school students to focus on this character trait. Our teachers at CTA spend time each day implementing this character trait into their instruction.

First grade students Frank Rose, Brody Norman and Gwen Middlebrook share their character traits they will try to implement into their personal and school lives throughout the year.

Character Day 2017

On September 13, 2017 CTA participated in the fourth annual Character Day. CTA was part of this global movement of over 130,000 events happening in over 119 countries. Events took place from K-12 school districts, to universities such as UC Berkeley, Harvard, to the U.S. Air Force to companies, to individual families across the country and world. Here at CTA, we engaged in conversation about the importance of developing character and each student chose a character trait as their goal for the 2017-18 school year.

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Character Day


 

Over 62,000 groups in 96 countries have already signed up for the third annual Character Day, set for September 22! CTA will join this global conversation around the importance of developing character strengths (resilience, grit, empathy, courage, kindness) – all rooted in evidence-based research.

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