Muskogee Schools Earn 7 Awards from Character Education Partnership
Muskogee Schools received 7 Promising Practice awards from the Character Education Partnership in Washington, D.C. The district and individual schools have been recognized for innovative practices that develop good character in K-12 students. This year's recognized practices are:
Musoogee High School - Rougher 300 program to encourage and recognize students for 300 hours of volunteer service.
Muskogee Public Schools - Character Camp, which offers students a week-long summer experience in building leadership and good character.
Muskogee Public Schools - Cafe Conversations, a district-wide opportunity for students to let their voices be heard.
Rougher Alternative Academy - Serve to Learn program in which students partner with the Muskogee Animal Shelter to care for dogs at the shelter.
Sadler Arts Academy - The Power of Legacy, building a school legacy that extends to our community and state.
Sadler Arts Academy - S.U.P.E.R. Club (Students Understanding Philanthropy and Educating Relationships)
Whittier Elementary - 80's for Alzheimer's, Students Dancing a Cure in which students sponsored a dance to raise money for Alzheimer's research.
Muskogee High School is also recognized as 2011 National School of Character.