The Minnesota Vikings opened their doors of the new training complex to Character Playbook students on Friday, May 17th for the Character Playbook Experience. Three local schools from Minneapolis and St. Paul participated in the two part event that include a character conversation and 6 station football skills camp. Local Radio host Carly Zucker let the panel discussion with guests from the United Way and Vikings Linebacker Kentrell Brothers. The panel explored topics such as having good character when no one is watching and doing random acts of kindness.
The Character Skills camp was let by an energetic group of volunteers from the United Way and asked students to complete in the 40 yard dash, an obstacle course, the vertical leap, and the most difficult skill, the field goal.
The day was filled with highlights of why character matters and quotes from teachers about how the Character Playbook program has made a positive impact on their classrooms. Check out the local coverage of the memorable event here.