Easton Elementary Dobson and Easton High Recognized for Character Education

The Maryland Center for Character Education at Stevenson University (MCCE@SU) held an Awards Conference to recognize schools throughout the state who have implemented comprehensive Character Education initiatives. The goal of MCCE@SU is to encourage every school in Maryland to develop Character Education programs and apply for these prestigious awards.

Talbot County Public Schools is pleased to announce that Easton Elementary-Dobson and Easton High School were recognized as MCCE@SU “Schools of the Year.” Mr. James Redman, Curriculum Supervisor, Katie Spies, Kindergarten Teacher, Easton Elementary Dobson, and Maureen Lempke, Assistant Principal, Easton High School attended the conference to receive the awards. Each were presented with a banner and certificate of recognition. “We are honored to receive this recognition for two of our schools, and we are very proud of the efforts made by all TCPS schools to initiate and maintain quality Character Education programs for their students,” said Mr. Redman.

The Maryland Center for Character Education joined the School of Education at Stevenson University to found the new MCCE@SU in 2009. This partnership works to integrate character education training into its teacher education curriculum and to provide outreach and training to primary and secondary schools throughout Maryland.