Trustworthiness Counts at Stewart Elementary! Print

Students at Stewart Elementary learned what it means to be a trustworthy person during one of their Character Counts assemblies on Monday, September 26th. Kiwanis members, high school students, and Stewart school staff all participated in the short skit “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” In addition, the Kiwanis members and students from the high school spoke to everyone about why trustworthiness is important to them and how they implement this pillar of character in their everyday lives. Students then performed a song and dance in order to celebrate being kids of character. It was a fun and exciting way to learn about trustworthiness!