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The character education word for February is

This month the students at Robert Frost will be learning about what it means to show citizenship. 

A good citizen follows rules and respects authority.  In order to be a good citizen in school it is important that students follow the school rules found in ROAR.  A good citizen respects themselves, others, and the environment, is orderly with their supplies and with their behavior, is attentive to their teacher and their surroundings, and is responsible with their belongings and their behavior.


Good citizens also do their best to cooperate with others.  A good citizen knows how to cooperate and work with others. When students are working with others in school it is important that they share materials and respect others ideas.  Cooperation skills are necessary because everyday people in the community work together, especially in their jobs.  Students who build their cooperation skills will be more productive in a work environment.


* Over the next month, work with your child to explain the importance of being a good citizen both inside and outside of school.  Look through books and magazines to find examples of community workers who are good citizens.  Help your child to research biographical information about an influential public figure who was a good citizen.  Learning about citizenship will help your child become prepared to be a productive and successful member of society.  


 Word for the month of September

Orderly is the word for October

Attentive is the word for November

Kindness is the word for January








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