CONSCIENCE. Your conscience is your moral compass. Take care of it. Use it. Trust it.
You blew the test, you lost the game, and you made a complete fool out of yourself in front of everyone. (Ouch.) But worst of all, you’re beginning to doubt yourself, and you’re starting to view yourself as a failure.
From our guest contributor, Dr. Michele Borba Kindness is contagious, needs just a small spark to ignite, and spreads quickly. Practicing simple, regular kind acts nurtures empathy, alters behavior, changes a culture, and transforms lives. Kindness is that powerful. Here
Kevin Johnson is a middle school language arts teacher at Lynnville-Sully Middle School and encourages his students to live by the Six Pillars of Character everyday. Kevin’s class curriculum focuses on the Six Pillars and each unit highlights a specific
From our guest contributor, Frank Sonnenberg. Leave your comfort zone. If you don’t feel comfortable delegating, you’re not alone. Change is difficult. Think about it this way…if we didn’t try to walk, we’d all still be crawling. Know what matters
Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves.
You can show good citizenship by being a leader in your school or community. Leadership isn’t a job – it’s an action. Everyone in your family can be a leader.
Moral: Gentle persuasion is stronger than force.
Here are nine tips from Michele Borba to make homework time more successful this year for you and your kid!
Always listen to the advice given to you by your parents, and do not ignore them.