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Educating students on how to cultivate and maintain healthy relationships during their critical middle school years
Character Playbook, a NFL and United Way partnership, helps students develop the skills they’ll need to build healthy relationships through adolescence and into adulthood.
During the 2016-2017 school year, more than 13,000 students in the Carolina Panthers’ market participated in Character Playbook. The course covers topics ranging from analyzing the influences on your thinking and behavior to resolving conflict and stepping in to help friends and peers.
Participating Schools in Our Region
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Alexander Graham Middle School
Bailey Middle School
Druid Hills Academy
James Martin Middle School
JM Alexander Middle School
Martin Luther King, Junior Middle School
McClintock Middle School
Myers Park High School
Piedmont IB Middle School
Quail Hollow Middle School
Ranson Middle School
Robert F. Kennedy Middle School
Westerly Hills Academy
Hickory Ridge Middle
J N Fries Middle School
Mount Pleasant Middle School
Northwest Cabarrus Middle School
Winkler Middle School
“Middle school is such a critical age for children, because these students aren’t babies any more, but not yet adults. We as educators have to make a conscious effort to continue building character education before they enter high school.”
-Tonya Faison, principal at James Martin Middle School
Character Playbook Live
To kick off the second year of the Character Playbook, students across our region gathered for a live digital question and answer session with former Panther's Player, Chris Draft.