Character Qualities of the Month
Community members joined together to affirm the qualities of citizenship and character they believed should be fostered and learned throughout the community and in the schools.
Each month, Partners for
Community and Character (PCC) spotlights a character quality to help focus its activity in the community.
The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
The quality of telling the truth and doing what is right.
The ability to keep working toward a goal when faced with a challenge.
Acting a way that shows you care about the feelings of others and accept their differences.
The ability to act independently, do what is expected and to be accountable for your choices.
The action of following through on your promise to someone or something.
The quality of being reliable, truthful and honest.
The inner strength you possess to pursue your goals and control your feelings.
Being true to yourself and living up to your highest and best personal values.
The quality of taking action to do the right thing despite the risk of adverse consequences.
Focusing on what's good in your life and being thankful for the things you have.
The quality of being friendly, generous and considerate.