Students Learn Valuable Skills at Character Counts! Super Saturday (Savannah, Ga.)

Date: June 14, 2013

Ombudsman Savannah students Devarious Kennedy and Keyon Smith were team leaders at Character Counts! Super Saturday, an event designed to teach middle and high school students the importance of developing a strong character and good decision-making skills.

The Super Saturdays were held throughout the spring and were hosted by the Savannah Chatham County Public School System and National Museum of The Mighty Eighth Air Force. The Character Counts! Partnership allows area schools to implement the national Character Counts! Core Values of trust, worthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.

Students and parents are encouraged to attend the free events which include a two-hour interactive presentation on the six core values and the negative effects of cyber bullying and a tour of the museum. If you are interested in attending a Super Saturday next year, you can contact the Education Department at The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum at 912-748-8888 ext. 102 or


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