Communication is key to student success. Use the language of virtue with parents to help students develop into the people God created them to be.
Language helps us describe and communicate reality. A common language is critical to fostering a culture of virtue in your school. For students to be integrated, this needs to extend into the home. Education in Virtue is flexible, providing means for parents and teachers to team up to help students grow.
Partnering with parents is critical. Using the language of virtue helps parents and teachers communicate while focusing on students’ needs.
Disciple of Christ | Education in Virtue provides several tools to help you make your communications “virtue-based.” These “Virtues to be Cultivated Notes” are just one means of communication.