Core Values, Nov. 12-17, 2014

 Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things. Philippians 4:8

Congratulations House Audacia for displaying the following core values:

  • One member displayed FORESIGHT and INITIATIVE by attending and participating in the Davidson College lunch.
  • One member displayed DILIGENCE when she attended an extra writing practice with Mrs. Dearing during lunch.
  • One member displayed SERVICE and GOODNESS when she willingly accepted the proposal to assist Mrs. Cranford with the K-4 dismissal.
  • One member displayed KINDNESS and GOODNESS when he gave the K4 class a big bear hug and read stories to them in the library.
  • One member displayed GOODNESS by giving a grammar school student a hug.
  • One member displayed SERVICE by noticing Mrs. Sneed’s overflowing trash can and taking it to the dumpster.
  • One member displayed SERVICE by helping load the OCC van with shoeboxes from the lobby.
  • One member displayed EXCELLENCE in his outstanding poetic sensibility.
  • One members displayed DILIGENCE by his willingness to throw himself wholeheartedly into his recitation.
  • One member displayed PERSEVERANCE by committing herself to an excellent recitation every step along the way.

Congratulations House Fides for displaying the following core values:

  • Three members displayed FAITHFULNESS and SCHOOL SPIRIT by making posters to cheer-on the Championship Volley Ball game and shared their posters with other students, so they could similarly participate.
  • Four members displayed FORESIGHT and INITIATIVE by attending and participating in the Davidson College lunch.
  • Three members displayed DILIGENCE when they attended an extra writing practice with Mrs. Dearing during lunch.
  • One member displayed SERVICE and GOODNESS when she willingly accepted the proposal to assist Mrs. Cranford with the K-4 dismissal.
  • One member displayed CHIVALRY by holding the door open for the sixth grade class in the morning.
  • One member displayed SERVICE by helping load the OCC van with shoeboxes from the lobby.
  • One member displayed GOODNESS by a willingness to serve others before himself.

Congratulations House Sapientia for displaying the following core values:

  • Five members displayed COMPASSION and SERVICE giving up most of their lunch time to put together 50 Operation Christmas Child boxes.
  • One member displayed KINDNESS and SERVICE when she volunteered to take the trash in T8 to the receptacle, which Mrs. Dearing was getting ready to do.
  • Five members displayed FORESIGHT and INITIATIVE by attending and participating in the Davidson College lunch.
  • Two members displayed DILIGENCE when they attended an extra writing practice with Mrs. Dearing during lunch.
  • One member displayed KINDNESS by taking the time to chat with a K4 student during morning gym time.
  • One member displayed CHIVALRY by holding the door for other students to exit the classroom.
  • One member displayed SERVICE by helping load the OCC van with shoeboxes from the lobby.
  • Two members displayed KINDNESS by helping a fellow classmate clean out and organize her locker and notebooks.
  • One member displayed WISDOM by taking a personal interest in her studies and applying it to her life.
  • One member displayed COURAGE by his willingness to recite.
  • One member displayed DILIGENCE by his enthusiasm to engage with new ideas in class.