Newest attraction at the National Museum of Patriotism.
The exhibit showcase outstanding achievement in citizenship.
“The Citizenship in Motion National Award Winner’s names in lights.”
Every winning school team exceeded all program goals and earned outstanding partnership scores.
National champions decreased name-calling by more than thirty percent and increased kind words and cooperation by more than 30 percent as measured in pre and post independent program surveys.
“All winners followed guidelines for an effective Character Education program," says Margaret Ross, president of Kamaron Institute and KC3™ Program creator.
"This behavior change translates to increased classroom teaching times, an improved school environment, and safer buses,” says Margaret Ross.
“The purpose of creating this national award program is to recognize outstanding performance and achievement in the area of positive citizenship. Our benchmark is implementation of the KC3™ Positive Label Certification Program. We salute the national champions and their communities,” National Museum of Patriotism founder, Nick Snider.
2006-2007 National Winners
2005 National Winners
School Board Superintendent and school’s hero, L. Radloff awarded endorses Kamaron school program. Gwinnett is one of America’s largest and top school systems.
Kamaron Institute provides solutions and skills and training to be more successful in work and relationships.
Success Class TV
Education solutions programs for staff and bus drivers.
Increase quality teaching time.
Kamaron Positive Label Certification program, character building book, Parenting program, teachers.
12 million children step off bus where bullying behavior happened.
Most childern say bullying causes problems at school.
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