Character development at the TDSB is about helping our students learn and practise positive character attributes, which will help them not only do their best, but be their best.
When we build good character, we build strong communities. In the school community, character development is woven into its programs, practices and interactions. It becomes a way of life. Student success is dependent on a safe, caring and inclusive learning environment where all students feel valued.
But character development is a shared responsibility. Together with the schools, family and community members must engage and cooperate to encourage student learning and maturing. Together, we can make it happen.