Rotary International District 5890
EarlyAct FirstKnight
Editor: Buscemi, Tommie
Posted on Jul 13 2010

Introducing Rotary to the next generation, EarlyAct FirstKnight (EAFK) is a revolutionary character and ethics education program for students in grades K-8 that puts Rotary into daily mainstream public education for the first time ever. Their "Tournament of Champions" event was held at Huffman ISD's Jack Spence Stadium on Sep 10 2010 (Time to Be Determined)

Unprecedented in the field of character education, EAFK teaches high ethical standards, service and Rotary International lessons to the entire student body every day, right alongside core academic subjects like math, science and social studies. Unlike a traditional "InterAct" Club, EAFK is a mandatory course of study for every child with uniquely integrated components including classroom curriculum, Rotarian-led service opportunities, award assemblies, elaborate live-action premium options, and parent education.

In EAFK schools, the daily curriculum is taught during a ten-minute class at the beginning of the day and focuses on virtues such as Prowess, Justice, and Loyalty. During the morning announcements immediately prior to EAFK, students also recite the Rotary Four-Way Test and are encouraged to indeed incorporate this test into all their daily decisions.   Students start learning about Paul Harris in 3rd grade, and just about any 5th grader on campus can tell you the latest news about Polio Plus.

Recent EarlyAct FirstKnight Newspaper Article 1 and Article 2

For more information, contact:  Tommie Buscemi 281-359-7193 or
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