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Hartselle students present Good Character expo 

Special to the Enquirer  

This past week, seventh grade students at Hartselle Junior High came together for a #GoodCharacters Expo to share powerful service projects with community members, mentors and peers.  

After weeks in the American Character Program learning about historical figures who transformed America, they were then challenged to begin transforming things themselves.  

Speaking from their booths, students shared how they formed groups, identified problems, worked with local mentors and began taking action. In addition to civics and character learned in the program’s curriculum, they gained real-world practice in collaboration, service, empathy, compassion and communication. 

This immersive educational experience is made possible because of local and state sponsors.