NTPS: A Compassionate Community

  • Visit our Compassionate Community Facebook Page! North Thurston Public Schools is proud to follow the principles of the International Charter for Compassion which recognizes that we treat each other with kindness, respect differences and make our district a place where everyone belongs and feels safe. This call to action will help enrich our Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) system in our schools which teaches behavior expectations to students throughout the year and provides positive recognition for those following the expectations. NTPS promotes compassionate acts and honors those who demonstrate compassion in our schools with a variety of compassion-centered activities, tools and educational opportunities including our compassion coins -- be sure to "pay it forward" if you get one. The idea is to recognize acts of compassion to others, our community and the earth. For more information on the international movement visit http://charterforcompassion.org.
     

Seasons of Compassion

  • For 2019-20, each of our schools will be choosing their own Compassion Projects quarterly. Keep an eye on your school's Seasons of Compassion board to see where you and your student can help out! Compassion projects can help us be Stronger Together!

    The Compassion Project board that will be displayed in each school. Trees and dates for each season.

Around the District

  • Banana Boxes stacked and ready for the food bank

    North Thurston High School did a lot this fall & winter - their Turkey Drive raised $395; they donated 100 banana boxes of food to the Thurston County Food Bank; donated 5 boxes of toys for the Salvation Army Toy Drive; and NTHS clubs adopted 15 students in need to create their own giving tree to coordinate donations.

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  • 490 pounds of food on a pallet at the food bank

    Meadows Elementary collected food donations for 1 month and delivered 490 pounds of food to the Thurston County Food Bank.

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  • Home Depot employees hold bags of potatoes for the Thanksgiving Baskets

    Lydia Hawk coordinated the donations and assembly of 37 Thanksgiving Dinners to families in need. Donations were accepted from Home Depot, Kids Meals on Wheels, Faith Lutheran Church, Saint Andrews Church, and community members.

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