Core Values, September 16-25, 2014

 For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.            Ephesians 2:10

Congratulations to House Audacia for demonstrating the following core values:

  • One member demonstrated RESPECT and CHIVALRY when he escorted a guest to CCS in locating the restrooms.
  • Two members demonstrated OUTSTANDING SERVICE when without being asked, they cleaned the kitchen for Mr. Taylor.
  • One member demonstrated REVERANCE in chapel on Thursday when he led students in worship.
  • One member demonstrated KINDNESS and SERVICE when he volunteered to take out two full bags of trash for Mrs.Thigpen in grammar school.
  • One member demonstrated KINDNESS and COMPASSION when he supported a friend at SYATP.
  • One member worked so DILIGENTLY on her recitation that she literally brought her Rhetoric teacher to tears by the beauty of the performance.
  • One member demonstrated FRIENDLINESS  to others and respect toward adults at the Apologetics Conference.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by taking out an overflowing trash can in Mr. Leland’s room with out being asked.
  • One member demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART when she helped set up snacks during the Apologetics Conference.

Congratulations to House Fides for demonstrating the following core values:

  • One member demonstrated SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP in the manner she serves her house and school.
  • One member demonstrated OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC WORK in Mr. Leland’s Rhetoric I class.
  • Three members demonstrated REVERANCE in chapel on Thursday when they led students in worship.
  • Three members demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART and GOOD SPORTMANSHIP when they helped Mrs. Dupont clean up after a House Game (in which their house came in last) during the Team Building Retreat.
  • One member demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART when she helped set up snacks during the Apologetics Conference.
  • One member has demonstrated consistent LOYALTY and PRIDE in representing his House colors.
  • One member demonstrated the PURSUIT of KNOWLEDGE by asking thoughtful questions at the Apologetics Conference.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by her willingness to serve others as the leader of the Spiritual Formation Team.
  • One member demonstrated KINDNESS and INITIATIVE as she sprinted to the door to hold it open for Mrs. Dupont who had her hands full.
  • One member demonstrated GREAT SERVITUDE when he picked up the PE equipment for Mr. Wilmoth.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE when he cleaned up Mr. Wilmoth’s room voluntarily.
  • Two members demonstrated INITIATIVE and SERVICE by being the first House to respond to Mrs. Dupont’s request to help set up and tear down chairs at the Apologetics Conference.

Congratulations to House Sapientia for demonstrating the following core values:

  • One member demonstrated KINDNESS to a fellow student who dropped an armload of books by helping her pick them up and carry them to her classroom.
  • One member demonstrated CHIVALROUS and SPORTSMAN-LIKE behavior at the CCS Cross Country meet by going out of his way to shake hands and congratulate his teammates on their individual races.
  • One member demonstrated OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC WORK in Mr. Leland’s Rhetoric I class.
  • Two members demonstrated REVERANCE in chapel on Thursday when they led students in worship.
  • One member demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART when she helped set up snacks during the Apologetics Conference.
  • Two members demonstrated SERVICE when they cleaned up Mr. Wilmoth’s room voluntarily.
  • Four members demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART by helping set up chairs at the Apologetics Conference.
  • One member demonstrated COMPASSION for another student by showing concern for her feelings.