Responsibility: Having accountability for the words you speak, the things you do, and the choices you make. Setting a good example for others and doing what is expected of you in all situations.
Safety Awareness: Using your senses to see, hear, feel, and know what is going on around you at all times. Protecting yourself and others around you from any type of harm and being mindful at all times.
Respect: Using manners, appropriate language, and being considerate of other peopleâ€™s feelings. Treating others the way you want to be treated.
Generosity: Giving to others. Not only material things, but also oneâ€™s time and friendship. Offering help to those in need and sharing whenever possible.
Tolerance: Being able to recognize and respect the beliefs, practices, and idea of others when they are different from your own. Accepting others as they are no matter what they look like or where they come from. Keeping an open mind when your opinion differs from someone elseâ€™s.
Organization: Being able to use time effectively by planning out ideas and tasks. Keeping track of your belongings and having a set place for your things so you know where to find them when you need them.
Perseverance: Completing a task even when it becomes boring, difficult, or discouraging. Sticking with what you are trying to do even if it does not work the first time, exercising patience, and not giving up.
Courage: Doing the right thing when faced with difficulty. Practicing what you believe is right and not following the crowd. Standing up for others and yourself in tough situations.
Citizenship: Working to help make your local and school community better. Doing your share and cooperating with others by getting involved with community service projects. Stay informed, obeying laws and rules, respecting local authorities, being a good neighbor and protecting the environment.
Honesty: Telling the truth and admitting when you did something wrong. Being trustworthy and showing others they can count on you through your actions.