annual recognition awards for area students
 
The Rotary Club of Harrisonburg holds an Annual Ethics Awards Program for area elementary, middle and high school students to honor those with outstanding ethical behavior.  One female and male student in the highest grade level in each school are selected for the Ethics Award by the school for their high ethical standards.
 
During the awards ceremony, the Four Way Test are presented to the students as a guide for their ethical behavior throughout their lives and each ethics award-winning student is individually recognized and presented a plaque. Students' parents or guardians and school principals are invited to attend the awards ceremony as guests of the Club.
 
 

Ethics awards 2019

The 2019 Code of Ethics Award Program was held on Monday, May 6 at the JMU Festival Conference and Student Center.  This year's presentation was entitled "Every Decision Matters" presented by Sal Romero, Jr, Coordinator of Family and Community Engagement/ Vice-Mayor of the City of Harrisonburg. 
 
 
 

Ethics awards 2018

The 2018 Code of Ethics Award Program was held on Monday, May 7,2018 at the JMU Festival Conference and Student Center. This year's presentation was entitled "The Ethics of Leadership: A Lost Art?" presented by Dr. Susan Schultz Huxman, Eastern Mennonite University.