Blessed Sacrament School is invested in upholding the Pillars of Character Education. Our school is the teaching of values or virtues that we use every day to make decisions. There are moral virtues such as kindness, compassion, justice, perseverance and work ethic.Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Caring, Fairness and Christ-like behavior.
E.A.G.L.E.S Pride Expectation
We have designed a program that provides Blessed Sacrament School with positive school-wide behavior expectations: Excellence, Acceptance, God-centered, Leadership, Empathy, and Safety.
Each day, students recite our “Personal Responsibility Pledge” which is a daily reminder of being accountable for actions and how actions effect others.
The Program for Achieving Character Education (PACE) is a monthly, faith-based Character Education program for the home and/or school environment. PACE uses, among other resources, two books by William J. Bennett. Bennett is an author and was the Secretary of Education under Ronald Reagan. His two books, The Book of Virtues and The Moral Compass, are collections of hundreds of stories designed to develop character traits. Through the use of mythology, philosophy, religious stories, speeches, poems, and fairy tales, the stories illustrate the difference between right and wrong, and provide numerous examples of moral character.