Core Values, Oct. 14-27, 2017


Thank you House Audacia for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member exemplified TRUTH, HONESTY, and INTEGRITY by telling the truth about not completing an assignment in Mrs. Sneed’s class.  He knew that she might not notice; yet he came to her and admitted being unprepared thus accepting a lower grade – but winning on CHARACTER.
  • One Member displayed INITIATIVE by taking out Mrs. Quillen’s trash without being asked to do so.
  • One Member displayed MATURITY and THOUGHTFULNESS by studying with a younger student while the younger child’s mother was in a conference.
  • One Member demonstrated HELPFULNESS by taking out Mrs. Sneed’s trash
  • One Member displayed SERVICE by taking out Mr. Morton’s trash.
  • One Member exemplified DILIGENCE and ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE in Spanish II class.
  • Two Members exemplified DILIGENCE, INITIATIVE, and EXCELLENCE in Continuing Art II class.
  • One Member demonstrated ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE in her recitation in Spanish III class – just beautiful!
  • One Member demonstrated INITIATIVE and COURAGE by jumping right in and attending the prom meeting and helping out at the Barn Raising.
  • One Member demonstrated HELPFULNESS by making a sign for the JAIL Booth at the Barn Raising as well as staying after school to put down the paper to protect the gym floor.
  • One Member showed KINDNESS to Mrs. Gann by holding the door open for her and then taking out her trash.
  • Two Members displayed a SERVANT’S HEART by picking up trash on the playground that wasn’t theirs.
  • One Member demonstrated a HEART to SERVE by cleaning T12 by taking out trash, cleaning the whiteboard, and wiping down desks.
  • One Member showed KINDNESS by sacrificing her homework time to help a classmate with some math problems.
  • One Member exemplifies unfailing RESPECTFULNESS and FOCUS in Mr. Morton’s logic class.
  • One Member continues to display CHIVALRY by always being willing to serve other and holding doors open for classmates.
  • One Member showed PERSEVERANCE by working hard to overcome difficulty in memorization and scoring a 100% on a Christendom test.
  • One Member served Mrs. Quillen by being HELPFUL by carrying in supplies for her from her car.
  • One Member was HELPFUL and KIND to stay after Art History class and straighten the chairs and books.
  • One Member demonstrated CHIVALRY and CONSIDERATION OF OTHERS by holding the side door open for everyone after colloquy.

Thank you House Fides for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member demonstrated GOODNESS and BEAUTY by turning in a core value on for a student in another House because she wanted to make sure his selfless act was recognized.
  • One Member displayed KINDNESS by holding the door for Mrs. Quillen.
  • Two Members demonstrated SERVICE by volunteering to sweet off the entrance mat for Mr. Cook.  They took the broom out of Mr. Cook’s hands and “got er done!”
  • One Member displayed SERVICE by taking out Mr. Morton’s trash.
  • One Member demonstrated HELPFULNESS by watching the K5 class while Mrs. Dupont went to the front office for a moment.
  • Two Members exemplified DILIGENCE and ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE in Spanish II class.
  • One Member exemplified DILIGENCE, INITIATIVE, and EXCELLENCE in Continuing Art II class.
  • One Member is consistently KIND by always thanking Mrs. Mierow when leaving after class.  Always puts a smile on her face.
  • One Member demonstrated LEADERSHIP, HUMILITY, PATIENCE, and SERVICE by helping classmates clarify their understanding of Algebra 2 concepts.
  • One Member demonstrates EXCELLENCE and DILIGENCE by completing all homework assignments and working through all corrections in Algebra 2.
  • One Member demonstrates LEADERSHIP, HUMILITY, KINDNESS, and SERVICE by staying back when the bell rings to clean up the classroom.  He helps pick up after his classmates and helps Mrs. Mierow get the classroom in order before the next class.
  • Three Members demonstrated HELPFULNESS by making a sign for the JAIL Booth at the Barn Raising as well as staying after school to put down the paper to protect the gym floor.
  • One Member has displayed PERSEVERANCE and DILIGENCE by faithfully turning in every Algebra I assignment and putting in extra time at home.
  • Three Members displayed HOSPITALITY by hosting a prospective student for the day.
  • Six Members demonstrated a HEART to SERVE by cleaning T12 by taking out trash, cleaning the whiteboard, and wiping down desks.
  • One Member demonstrated EXCELLENCE in communication and SELF-MANAGEMENT by getting caught up from an extended absence.
  • One Member served Mrs. Quillen by being HELPFUL by carrying in supplies for her from her car.
  • One Member demonstrated CHIVALRY by holding open the door for everyone coming in for lunch.
  • After coming to class unprepared (along with several other students), Two Members displayed CHARACTER and RESPONSIBILITY by coming up to Mrs. Quillen separately after class to apologize and let her know that it would not happen again.
  • Two Members displayed HOSPITALITY and KINDNESS by inviting a new classmate to walk with them to the House meeting.  They also waited around while the student picked up everything and purposefully dialogued with the student to make the new classmate feel included.
  • One Member was HELPFUL and KIND to stay after Art History class and straighten the chairs and books.
  • One Member was KIND and HELPFUL by passing books out to his classmates in colloquy.
  • One Member was THOUGHTFUL and KIND to carry a lost notebook to a classmate.
  • One Member was THOUGHTFUL and CHIVALROUS when he gave up his book for Ms. Leland during colloquy.

Thank you House Sapientia for continued acts of kindness:

  • Two Members demonstrated SERVICE and THOUGHTFULNESS for serving and watching the grammar school kids in the gym during the morning while teachers were in a meeting.
  • One Member has displayed continual SERVICE and KINDNESS by taking out Mr. Morton’s trash and vacuuming his room.
  • One Member exemplified DILIGENCE, INITIATIVE, and EXCELLENCE in Continuing Art II class.
  • One Member displayed a great ATTITUDE in Spanish I class.
  • One Member has demonstrated LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, PATIENCE, EXCELLENCE, and DILIGENCE by giving up a portion of her lunch time to help Mrs. Mierow tutor.
  • One Member displayed LEADERSHIP and KINDNESS by leading an impromptu study group on scatter plots last Friday before the Barn Raising.
  • One Member continually shows THOUGHTFULNESS, INITIATIVE, and SERVICE by helping Mrs. Richardson carry in her teaching supplies everyday without being asked.
  • Two Members have displayed PERSEVERANCE and DILIGENCE by faithfully turning in every Algebra I assignment and putting in extra time at home.
  • One Member displayed HOSPITALITY by hosting a prospective student for the day.
  • Two Members demonstrated CHIVALRY by holding open the door for everyone coming in for lunch.
  • One Member showed PERSEVERANCE by working hard to overcome difficulty in memorization and scoring a 100% on a Christendom test.
  • Two Members displayed MATURITY and KINDNESS towards each other when one accidentally sprayed the other with spray paint.
  • Two Members demonstrated a SERVANT’S HEART by washing glassware for the entire Physical Science class after lab work.
  • One Member was CONSCIENTIOUS and HELPFUL by cleaning the tables after Art class.
  • One Member displayed KINDNESS by encouraging Dr. Williamsen with a sweet note and a snickers.
  • Four Members demonstrated SERVICE by coming in extra early to serve in the gym and outside for Morning Door duty on Thursday.

**Note** the 1st quarter winner will be announced on Monday, the 6th!!