Meigs Local celebrates Character Counts week


Students and staff at Meigs Local Schools celebrated Character Counts week, Oct. 17-21. Prior to the week, the Meigs County Commissioners had signed a proclamation regarding Character Counts week. Character Counts is a program administered by the non-profit organization the Josephson Institute. The program is centered on the Six Pillars of Character, which are Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. During this week the activities are coordinated by the Meigs Local Counseling Programs and the After School Programs, which are funded through the 21st Century Grant. Throughout the week students were educated on the six pillars of character through classroom discussion and implementing programs such as “Fire Prevention Week” and the “UNICEF Project,” poster contests, and spirit days. Students were encouraged to follow the foundation set by Character Counts throughout the year at Meigs Intermediate School. Pictured are Michael Bartrum, Randy Smith, Tim Ihle, Veronica Grimm, Whitney Putman, Julie Mayer, and Kim Wolfe.


Students and staff at Meigs Local Schools celebrated Character Counts week, Oct. 17-21. Prior to the week, the Meigs County Commissioners had signed a proclamation regarding Character Counts week. Character Counts is a program administered by the non-profit organization the Josephson Institute. The program is centered on the Six Pillars of Character, which are Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. During this week the activities are coordinated by the Meigs Local Counseling Programs and the After School Programs, which are funded through the 21st Century Grant. Throughout the week students were educated on the six pillars of character through classroom discussion and implementing programs such as “Fire Prevention Week” and the “UNICEF Project,” poster contests, and spirit days. Students were encouraged to follow the foundation set by Character Counts throughout the year at Meigs Intermediate School. Pictured are Michael Bartrum, Randy Smith, Tim Ihle, Veronica Grimm, Whitney Putman, Julie Mayer, and Kim Wolfe.

Students and staff at Meigs Local Schools celebrated Character Counts week, Oct. 17-21. Prior to the week, the Meigs County Commissioners had signed a proclamation regarding Character Counts week. Character Counts is a program administered by the non-profit organization the Josephson Institute. The program is centered on the Six Pillars of Character, which are Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. During this week the activities are coordinated by the Meigs Local Counseling Programs and the After School Programs, which are funded through the 21st Century Grant. Throughout the week students were educated on the six pillars of character through classroom discussion and implementing programs such as “Fire Prevention Week” and the “UNICEF Project,” poster contests, and spirit days. Students were encouraged to follow the foundation set by Character Counts throughout the year at Meigs Intermediate School. Pictured are Michael Bartrum, Randy Smith, Tim Ihle, Veronica Grimm, Whitney Putman, Julie Mayer, and Kim Wolfe.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.25-Character-Counts.jpgStudents and staff at Meigs Local Schools celebrated Character Counts week, Oct. 17-21. Prior to the week, the Meigs County Commissioners had signed a proclamation regarding Character Counts week. Character Counts is a program administered by the non-profit organization the Josephson Institute. The program is centered on the Six Pillars of Character, which are Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. During this week the activities are coordinated by the Meigs Local Counseling Programs and the After School Programs, which are funded through the 21st Century Grant. Throughout the week students were educated on the six pillars of character through classroom discussion and implementing programs such as “Fire Prevention Week” and the “UNICEF Project,” poster contests, and spirit days. Students were encouraged to follow the foundation set by Character Counts throughout the year at Meigs Intermediate School. Pictured are Michael Bartrum, Randy Smith, Tim Ihle, Veronica Grimm, Whitney Putman, Julie Mayer, and Kim Wolfe.
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