Character Education
    "If we want our children to possess the traits of character we most admire, we need to teach them what those traits are."
    --William Bennett
    Meadowbrook School shall include character education to help each student develop positive values and improve student conduct as students learn to act in harmony with their positive values and learn to become good citizens in their school, community, and society.

    Through a collaborative effort between home, school and the community, character education guides students in developing positive ideals and good habits that will improve behavior, school climate, and ultimately academic performance. Students are provided opportunity and example for becoming conscientious and productive citizens in their school and community. By integrating character traits like caring, respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, citizenship and fairness into all areas of the school experience, students will gain better self-awareness and the desire to become more socially responsible.


    Effective character education creates a circle of trust and respect among students, school staff, parents and the community.