Guam – St. John’s School praised lower school students for their exemplary behavior throughout the month of September by awarding “CHARACTER COUNTS” certificates and acknowledging them in front of their peers, teachers, and parents.
CHARACTER COUNTS is a character education program at St. John’s School that teaches students trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. Each month, teachers identify students who were exemplary in modeling good behavior, observing and enforcing classroom and school rules, and encouraging fellow students to behave properly.
The following students from Kindergarten through Second Grade were awarded:
Mariana Jesusa Cabrera Castro
Ana Lourdes Cook
One of the ways in which St. John’s School supplements its core curriculum and school-wide learning outcomes is with character education programs.
[L-R: – 2ed Grade Reina Marchal (2nd); Ana Lourdes Cook 1st; Nina Taitano (1st); Maria Calvo (K); Levi Berg (K); Mariana Castro (Pre‐K4); Isabella Smith (Pre-K4); Indraya Limtiaco (1(Pre‐K3) and Alexa Espaldon (2nd). Not pictured: Andrew Masterenko (Pre‐K3). (Back row): Margaret Sablan, School Counselor and Fr. Isaias Ginson, Chaplain]
The following students from Third Grade through Fifth Grade were awarded:
[L-R: Dylan prez (3rd), Kyrav Sachdej (4th); Marielle Legaspi (3rd); Ryan Lee (4th); Damien Bryant (5th) and Sebastian Castro (5th)]