Character education is a districtwide emphasis on those values held to be important by the Conestoga Valley community.
Each month has a character education trait as a theme of the month.
Parents are encouraged to discuss these traits with their children and to use everyday examples to reinforce them. Parents and local community leaders are encouraged to download and print the poster found at the bottom of this page and hang it up in a visible area.
INTEGRITYhaving the inner strength and commitment to do what is right even when no one is looking.September
RESPONSIBILITYthink before you act; consider the consequences on all people affected.
RESPECTrecognizing a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, thing, idea, etc.
COURTESYrespect for and consideration of people and property.
CARINGsensitivity to others’ needs.
DEPENDABILITYfulfilling one’s obligations and promises.
TOLERANCEbeing respectful toward those whose opinions and practices differ from yours.
HONESTYtelling the truth.
PERSEVERANCEpersistence/determination to overcome challenges.
TRUSTWORTHINESSdemonstrating reliability, truthfulness and loyalty.
PATIENCEwillingness to wait.
CHARACTERthe ability to know what is right and the courage to do it.
The logo for Character Education is a puzzle drawing of a person. The puzzle represents the many facets of character that make up the whole person.