Brockett Elementary has received numerous honors, including the National School of Character Award in 2016 for implemented the 11 principles of character to a level of excellence.
The National School of Character Award is a designation and honor that is awarded to schools across the United States that have implemented the 11 principles of character to a level of excellence. As stated by Character.org,“Character education embodies the idea that schools shouldn’t leave character to chance – a school of character does not simply provide academic knowledge to students, it intentionally emphasizes hard work and ethical behavior in academics, interpersonal relations, and community standards. In schools of character, adults embrace their critical role as models."
Character.org awarded 326 Promising Practices across 29 states and 5 nations this year in 2016. Brockett Elementary has also received the National Promising Practice Award for its Night of Giving. The students, faculty, staff, and parents came together to make items connected to the students’ TEKS and delivered them throughout the community. These included our nursing homes, fire fighters, State School, and Our Daily Bread of Denton.
National School of Character2016Texas School of Character2015 - 2017
Kindness Certified School2014-2016, 2018-20Promising Practices2016 & 2017
Met T.E.A. STAAR Standards2014 - 20152013 - 2014Math Distinction2013 – 2014