Core Values, March 10-20, 2015

A cosmic philosophy is not constructed to fit a man; a cosmic philosophy is constructed to fit a cosmos. A man can no more possess a private religion than he can possess a private sun and moon. G. K. Chesterton

Congratulations House Audacia  for demonstrating the following core values:

  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by assisting another student in 7th grade grammar.
  • One member demonstrated EXCELENCE in her Rhetorical portrayal of the Greek god of the underworld, Hades.
  • One member demonstrated DILIGENCE and SELFLESSNESS by her own excellent work, both in revising her paper and helping her classmates to make their own papers better.
  • One member demonstrated CHEERFUL SERVICE by helping Mr. Leland carry stacks of books to and from his classroom.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE when he vacuumed Mrs. Bingham’s room.
  • Two members demonstrated CHEERFUL DILIGENCE by taking on an extra Latin memorization for Grandparents’ Day.
  • One member demonstrated INTEGRITY when she pointed out to Mrs. Dearing a test question which was wrong but had not been marked.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by cleaning Mrs. Sneed’s room.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by taking out Mr. Wilmoth’s trash.

Congratulations House Fides for demonstrating the following core values:

  • One member demonstrated service by offering to take out Mrs. Dearing’s trash.
  • One member demonstrated CHEERFUL SERVICE by helping Mr. Leland carry stacks of books to and from his classroom.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by helping to teach the class through the questions for the assignment when Mr. Leland was absent.
  • One member demonstrated  PRUDENCE by demonstrating self-control during class.
  • Two members demonstrated CHEERFUL DILIGENCE by taking on an extra Latin memorization for Grandparents’ Day.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE and SELFLESSNESS by vacuuming Mrs. Dearing’s room and giving up part of his lunch period.

Congratulations House Sapientia for demonstrating the following core values:

  • One member demonstrated INTEGRITY and HUMILITY when he apologized to Mrs. Dearing for being “out of order” when she made a suggestion he did not care to follow.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by volunteering to take out Mrs. Dearing’s trash on a rainy, cold day.
  • One member demonstrated KINDNESS and CHIVALRY when he saw Mrs. Ross struggling with a heavy box and carried it to her car.
  • One member demonstrated CHEERFUL SERVICE by helping his teacher carry stacks of books to and from his classroom.
  • One member demonstrated CHEERFUL SERVICE by helping Mr. Leland carry stacks of books to and from his classroom.
  • One member demonstrated DILIGENCE and INITIATIVE by working to the best of her ability in Mr. Leland’s class.
  • Two members demonstrated CHEERFUL DILIGENCE by taking on an extra Latin memorization for Grandparents’ Day.
  • One member demonstrated INTEGRITY when he pointed out to Mrs. Dearing a test question which was wrong but had not been marked.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by taking out trash for Mr. WIlmoth.
  • One member demonstrated SERVICE by taking out trash for Mrs. Dearing.