Headmaster David Faus recently presented at the bi-annual conference for the National Association of Episcopal Schools in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Faus presented to a group of more than 60 Episcopal school leaders and chaplains from around the country on St. Paul's effort to develop a K-12 scope and sequence for character education.
Mr. Faus explained the School's goals in providing a developmentally appropriate curriculum throughout the divisions using common language and desired outcomes. "We are taking a holistic approach bringing together the various components of our character education program such as service learning, chapel, health and wellness, and honor codes to create one unified program," he said.
The National Association of Episcopal Schools is an organization that supports, serves, and advocates for the vital work and ministry of nearly 1,200 Episcopal schools, early childhood education programs, and school establishment efforts throughout The Episcopal Church.