Farmington Middle School Designated National School of Character

By |2018-05-22T10:53:46-05:00May 21, 2018 10:51 am|Local News|0 Comments

FARMINGTON, MO (KDKZ-TV) Character.org, the nonprofit organization that validates character initiatives in schools and communities around the world, has designated 73 schools and 5 districts from 17 states as 2018 National Schools and Districts of Character.

Each year, this organization certifies schools and districts that demonstrate a dedicated focus on character development with a positive impact on academic achievement, student behavior, school climate and their communities.

The Farmington Middle School has been named a 2018 National School of Character.

Through an in-depth and rigorous evaluation process, Farmington Middle School was found to be an exemplary model in character development.

Farmington Middle School will be honored at the 25th National Forum on Character in October.

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