Core Values Oct. 17, 2016 thru Oct. 31, 2016

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Thank you House Audacia for continued acts of kindness:

  • One MemberĀ modeled ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE with her narrative of The Renaissance.
  • One Member demonstrated HUMILITY, SERVICE, KINDNESS, and INITIATIVE by cleaning the Boy’s Bathroom.
  • Three Members acted in COMMUNITY MINDEDNESS and SERVICE by volunteering to facilitate morning drop-off door duty.
  • One Member stood out for ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE as displayed in her Commonplace Book.

Thank you House Fides for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member kept CHIVALRY alive by graciously offering up his seat to a lady during the crowded House Meeting.
  • Three Members delivered KINDNESS and SERVICE to Mr. Hardnick by setting up chairs for the Humane Letters seminar.
  • One Member demonstrated LEADERSHIP by gracefully student-teaching a lesson in Spanish I class.
  • Nine Members acted in COMMUNITY MINDEDNESS and SERVICE by volunteering to facilitate morning drop-off door duty.
  • One Member exuded CHIVALRY and PATIENCE by holding the door for all the 7-12th grade students transitioning between classes.
  • One MemberĀ delighted his teacher with ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE by participating in class discussions.
  • One Member served with HUMILITY and KINDNESS by picking up another student’s trash.
  • Four Members acted in COMMUNITY MINDEDNESS and SERVICE by picking up trash on the school property that was leftover from the Fall Festival event.

Thank you House Sapientia for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member blessed others with a CHEERFUL ATTITUDE.
  • One Member shows DETERMINATION and PATIENCE with his ability to read and understand difficult ancient texts.
  • Two Members creatively demonstrated DILIGENCE and EFFORT with excellent work their Commonplace Books.
  • One Member modeled ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE with his narrative of The Renaissance.
  • One Member acts with INITIATIVE and THOUGHTFULNESS by ongoing participation in class discussions.
  • One Member displays FORTITUDE with his willingness to “think through thoughts” even when they lead to conclusions that injures our Pride.
  • One Member delivered KINDNESS and SERVICE to Mr. Hardnick by setting up chairs for the Humane Letters seminar.
  • Two Members acted in COMMUNITY MINDEDNESS and SERVICE by volunteering to facilitate morning drop-off door duty.
  • One Member served Mrs. Quillen with KINDNESS by taking out the classroom trash.
  • Two Members reached out in a spirit of GIVING and FUN by creating a House “onesie” for Mr. Wilmoth’s baby boy.
  • One Member jumped at the opportunity to SERVE and be HELPFUL by opening a locked door for Mr. Morton.
  • One Member displayed her consideration of COMMUNITY by gifting a glass pumpkin candy jar to enhance the Student Lounge.
  • Four Members acted in COMMUNITY MINDEDNESS and SERVICE by picking up trash on the school property that was leftover from the Fall Festival event.
  • One Member acted with LEADERSHIP and INITIATIVE by bringing in a pay-load of tools and templates for the House Pumpkin Carving Contest.

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