Fifth-grade students at a New Jersey elementary school are participating in the CARES program. The program -- which stands for Connecting, Achieving, Rewarding, Encouraging and Serving -- was established two years ago to help students develop responsibility, respect, good manners and honesty. Through the program, fifth-graders are told they are role models and are taught to take on more responsibility, in part, by completing jobs at school and being "paid."
N.J. school aims to teach fifth-grade students about responsibility
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