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Are You Trustworthy?

Did you know that Susan B. Anthony proudly promotes the District’s character education program, Character Counts? Character Counts sends a powerful message to all students and staff, reminding them to demonstrate good character in all they do. There are six “pillars” of character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship (think”T.R.R.F.C.C.” or “terrific” to help you remember). In May, we are celebrating the character trait, Trustworthiness. One way you can participate is by bing a person that can be trustd by others and by wearing something blue each Friday to show your “true blue” character! ~Mrs. Sousa

To learn more about May’s character trait, Trustworthiness, come by the media center and check out these cool reads.

By Lucia Raatma by M. Snyder


Also, click on the links below to read online stories and print a poster about Trustworthiness.

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Trustworthy Tommy and the Bad Day

Print a Trustworthiness Poster



March Reading Madness!!


The Cat in the Hat…created by Mrs. Arellan

March was a reading madness at Susan B.Anthony! The student body was challeged to read approximately 1,500 books, 800 plus AR points, for just the month of March. Did they achieve it! What do you think? If your answer is yes, you are correct! Our avid readers read close to 2,000 books, and collected 1,193.6 AR points. Wow! congratulations Challengers!! Students were very excited and kept track of their reading in a giant display of The Cat in the Hat, posted on the back of the stage of the cafeteria.






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