This is an overview of the PeaceKeepers program. If you are interested in purchasing the 202 page program, please search "PeaceKeepers Character Development Program" in my store for the product.
Here is a brief description of the program:
The PeaceKeepers program helps students become good citizens at school, at home, and in their community. PeaceKeepers is built on six principles. Students are taught to: 1.) do their personal best 2.) make wise choices 3.) respect themselves and others 4.) tell the truth 5.) take responsibility for keeping the peace and 6.) encourage others. Each morning students recite the PeaceKeeper Pledge to remind them of these six principles. Throughout the school year, students and staff focus on each principle in depth. It is our hope that students will internalize these principles and become productive citizens.
Each week or month you should recognize students who demonstrates these principles in the classroom, on the playground, and in the cafeteria.
Below is the PeaceKeeper Pledge. Students recite this every morning in their classrooms.
I am a PeaceKeeper. I promise to:
1. Do My Personal Best
2. Make Wise Choices
3. Respect Myself and Others
4. Tell the Truth
5. Take Responsibility for Keeping the Peace
6. Encourage Others
I will keep the peace at school, at home, and in my community.