Core Values, March 23-27, 2015

Virtues are habits of mind, heart, and behavior. They develop through deliberate practice. Forming of a persons character lies in their own hands. Wisdom, justice, fortitude, self control, positive attitude, hard work, integrity and humility are virtues which makes one a person of character.                Dr. Anil Kr Sinha

Congratulations House Audacia for exhibiting the following core values:

  • Two members exhibited SERVICE by cleaning the theater prop/costume room.
  • Six members exhibited DILIGENCE and SERVICE by writing, preparing, and performing the play for the Medieval Feast.
  • One member exhibited EXCELLENT SPORTSMANSHIP by her ability to lose a competition graciously.
  • One member exhibited WISDOM by his excellent participation in class.
  • One member exhibited COMPASSION and SERVICE by helping a fellow student on crutches carry her books.

Congratulations House Fides for exhibiting the following core values:

  • Six members exhibited DILIGENCE and SERVICE by writing, preparing, and performing the play for the Medieval Feast.
  • One member exhibited SERVICE by cleaning the theater prop/costume room.
  • One member exhibited INITIATIVE when he volunteered to help Mrs. Dupont carry supplies for the dance,
  • Two members exhibited a SERVANT’S HEART when they helped with the set up for the Daddy/Daughter dance.
  • One member exhibited EXCELLENT SPORTSMANSHIP by his ability to lose a competition graciously.
  • One member exhibited SERVICE by taking out an over-flowing trash can without being asked.
  • One member exhibited COMPASSION and SERVICE by helping a fellow student on crutches carry her books to class.
  • One member exhibited SERVICE when he volunteered to take out the trash for Mrs. Dearing.
  • One member exhibited DILIGENCE and EXCELLENCE by throwing himself into his Rhetoric recitation wholeheartedly and giving the best performance of the year.
  • One member exhibited HUMILITY by owning up to his mistake and asking forgiveness for his sin instead of hiding from the truth even though it made him look bad.

Congratulations House Sapientia for exhibiting the following core values:

  • Six members exhibited DILIGENCE and SERVICE by writing, preparing, and performing the play for the Medieval Feast.
  • One member exhibited SERVICE by cleaning the theater prop/costume room.
  • One member exhibited a SERVANT’S HEART when he helped with the set up for the Daddy/Daughter dance.
  • One member exhibited a SERVANT’S HEART when she assisted Miss Leland upon recognition that she needed an extra hand.
  • One member exhibited COMPASSION and SERVICE by helping a fellow student on crutches carry her books to class.
  • One member exhibited KINDNESS and SERVICE when she volunteered to occupy Mrs. Bingham’s children all afternoon while the teacher was judging the Fifth Grade Science Fair.
  • One member exhibited SERVICE by helping Mrs. Ross bring items from her car and blessing her by not having to make multiple trips.