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Posted: Friday, 03 May 2013 4:46AM

Kansas Schools Honored for Character



    TOPEKA, Kan. - Several Kansas schools and school districts have been recognized for their support of character education. Officials with the Kansas Department of Education, Kansas Character Education Initiative and the Brown v. Board National Historic Site in Topeka honored the schools and districts on Thursday.
     The Hesston school district was named the 2013 District of Character. Iola High School was the State School of Character. Anthony Elementary School in Leavenworth and the Kiowa County Elementary-Junior High School were recognized as Emerging Schools of Character. In addition, 12 schools and two school districts were presented with Promising Practice in Education Awards. Another 46 schools received recognition for specific activities aimed at reaching state standards for social, emotional and character development.

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Kansas Schools Honored for Character
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