Set Sail in Search of the Treasure of Good Character

A High Seas Reading Adventure in Search of Good Character!

The Search for Good Character Traits!

Ahoy mates! Raise your sails for a high-seas adventure. Join Captain Steve and his friends as they take your students on an amazing voyage in search of treasure!  That’s right, the treasure of good character traits. Students will discover good character and the importance of making wise choices while learning about values such as:

  • Trustworthiness – Be honest!  Have the courage to do the right thing!
  • Respect – Follow the Golden rule!  Listen and be considerate of others!
  • Responsibility – Work hard!  Do your best!  Set an example for others!
  • Fairness – Play by the rules!  Take turns and share!  Treat others fairly!
  • Caring – Be kind! Be compassionate and show you care! Express gratitude!
  • Citizenship – Be a good neighbor!  Obey the rules!  Make a difference!

Steve is so edutaining!  Everyone enjoys his shows.  He is our favorite assembly and worth every cent!

Sue Eichele, Southeastern Elementary, Cheasapeake, VA

Thank you so much for the FABULOUS show. We enjoyed ourselves immensely, and you were FANTASTIC! Our scholars were blown away by your many talents. Bravo! Thank you again for a pleasant afternoon and an engaging performance.

LaTonya Lawrence, Suburban Park Elementary, Norfolk, Virginia

Good Character Traits Matter!

Character Counts - Good Character Traits
Good Character

Character Education Development Specialist, Steve is certified by CHARACTER COUNTS!  Character Counts is the most widely implemented approach to character education in the country. It is embraced by thousands of schools, communities, public agencies and nonprofits. Character Counts! is an educational framework for teaching universal values. It transcends politics, religion, and cultural differences.

Books Keep The Ship on Course!

Using acclaimed books from the school library and the Set Sail Reading List, Captain Steve will introduce the students to good character traits! Some of the books include: Treasure, by Suzanne Bloom, Caldecott Medal Winner: Flotsam, by David Wiesner, The Empty Pot, by Demi, Treasure Island, by Robert Louis and the popular Yes Day!, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Great Books for Good Character

We love having Mr. Steve visit our school. We love all of the shows he has shared with us so far. He is very kind and hilarious, the kids hardly stop laughing. We look forward to having him again next year!

Tracey Carlson, Anderson Creek Primary - Bunnlevel, NC

This is the best program we’ve had at our school.  Awesome – Thanks so much!

Gina Crippen, Rocky River Elementary, Mooresville, NC
Captain Steve will Set Sail in Search of Good Character Traits

The Greatest Treasure of All!

Captain Steve will take the audience on an imaginary nautical adventure that results in finding treasure.  Not something that you can see, or touch and feel, but rather something much more valuable.  It is not gold or silver, nor is it precious gemstones or lots of money.  Instead, your young readers will discover something they all desire most: THE SECRETS OF FRIENDSHIP!

Great show!  It was engaging for students and parents!  Kids love the magic and are learning while having fun!

Angie Griffin, Forest Park Elementary, Kannapolis, NC

Greatly anticipated! Never disappoints!
Steve has been coming to Centerville for 5+ years and he always delivers an enjoyable, memorable show. The giggles and cheers you hear coming from the auditorium speaks volumes of his ability to capture an audience. We will continue to welcome The Amazing Teacher at our school for years to come!

Janet L Dolan, Centerville Elementary - Virginia Beach, VA

Amazing Teacher Testimonials!

Are you still wondering if you should schedule an Amazing Teacher program? Do you want a smooth sailing assembly experience? Don’t just take our word for it. Look at what other educators are saying about our shows! Then Make a Reservation today!

This is the perfect reading show for anytime of the year!
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