The Providence Center School’s weekly character education program provides students with opportunities to practice personal and interpersonal skills to improve social and emotional functioning and establish positive relationships.
Through the use of media, therapeutic games and activities, role-play exercises and discussion, students learn appropriate skills for:
Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship
The six “pillars of character” are integrated throughout the curriculum to help students practice essential skills:
Teachers have an active role in assuring that the students’ new skills are incorporated into their daily routines both at school and home.