Core Values, Jan. 3-15, 2018


Thank you House Audacia for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member demonstrated SERVICE by taking out Mr. Morton’s trash.
  • One Member displays a KIND HEART and sweet attitude towards Dr. Williamsen always.
  • One Member demonstrated SERVICE by cleaning the Mr. Morton’s whiteboard.
  • One Member is always ENGAGED in class and EAGER to learn in Dr. Williamsen’s class.
  • One Member extended the right hand of FELLOWSHIP by stopping and chatting with the 6th graders about their Christmas celebration.
  • One Member displayed CONSIDERATION and KINDNESS by checking on Mrs. Cross’s grandchild who has eye cancer.
  • One Member demonstrated SERVICE by taking out Dr. Williamsen’s trash.
  • One Member demonstrated INITIATIVE and PROACTIVE thinking by doing math homework a day ahead because she knew she had a basketball game.
  • Two Members displayed KINDNESS and a DESIRE TO SERVE by helping with morning door duty.
  • One Member exhibited KINDNESS by going out of his way to interact with younger students in grammar school at the end of the school day.
  • One Member exhibited HELPFULNESS by jumping up and passing out markers, boards, etc. to her classmates.
  • One Member displayed HELPFULNESSS by volunteering to tutor classmates in math during lunch.
  • One Member showed INTEGRITY and HONESTY when he noticed the Mrs. Quillen recorded a grade for him 2 points higher than he earned.
  • One Member displayed REVERANCE by praying during community group.

Thank you House Fides for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member demonstrated FRIENDSHIP by spending time with K-4 students in the morning.
  • One Member demonstrated KINDNESS by organizing a “get well” card for Mrs. Haycox
  • Three Members demonstrate SERVICE repeatedly by taking out Dr. Williamsen’s trash.
  • One Member was SELFLESS as she sat in a less desirable spot in class to keep peace in the class.
  • Two Members are always ENGAGED in class and EAGER to learn in Dr. Williamsen’s class.
  • One Member demonstrated SERVICE by cleaning the trailer with Dr. Williamsen after parties.
  • One Member took a Science test after being out sick when he could have had an extra day and he missed the review, and he aced it – 100 – because he is DILIGENT with his studies.
  • One Member displayed CHIVALRY towards Mrs. Russell and others by opening the door as they were coming into the building.
  • One Member volunteered to lead community group devotion and was a great ROLE MODEL for the group.
  • One Member demonstrated VULNERABILITY by being very open in sharing her struggles with the community group.
  • One Member displayed KINDNESS and a DESIRE TO SERVE by helping with morning door duty.
  • One Member demonstrated ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE in Logic by figuring out a very complicated concept on her own.
  • One Member displayed REVERANCE by praying in Geometry class to start the new year off right.
  • One Member displayed SERVICE by helping Coach Similiton with the bleachers and tables.

Thank you House Sapientia for continued acts of kindness:

  • One Member demonstrated KINDNESS and SERVICE by erasing, cleaning the whiteboard, and then re-writing important content in neat handwriting for Mr. Morton.
  • One Member demonstrated FRIENDSHIP by spending time with K-4 students in the morning.
  • Four Members demonstrated SERVICE by taking out Mr. Morton’s trash.
  • One Member gave Dr. Williamsen a special Christmas present from her heart (a gift card that was hers but said that she loved Dr. Williamsen and wanted her to have it) – a SELFLESS act in a me first world.
  • Two Members demonstrated SERVICE by cleaning the Mr. Morton’s whiteboard.
  • One Member is always ENGAGED in class and EAGER to learn in Dr. Williamsen’s class.
  • One Member displayed CONSIDERATION and KINDNESS by checking on Mrs. Cross’s grandchild who has eye cancer.
  • One Member offered to HELP Mrs. Russell bring in her Christmas goodies.
  • One Member made a WISE choice to sit in a different spot in Logic class so as not to be distracted.
  • One Member displayed ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE in science with her notes in class.
  • One Member demonstrated INITIATIVE and PROACTIVE thinking by doing math homework a day ahead because she knew she had a basketball game.
  • One Member displayed KINDNESS and a DESIRE TO SERVE by helping with morning door duty.
  • One Member displayed HELPFULNESSS by volunteering to tutor classmates in math during lunch.
  • Three Members demonstrated SERVICE by taking out Mrs. Quillen’s trash.
  • One Member displayed SERVICE by helping Coach Similiton with the bleachers and tables.
  • One Member displayed GENEROSITY and THOUGHTFULNESS by surprising her community group with treats.
  • One Member showed EMPATHY and KINDNESS by noticing a concerned look on her teacher’s face and quickly reaching out to offer assistance.
  • One Member has been quickly, cheerfully, and energetically asking how she may be HELPFUL in community group.
  • One Member consistently shows a SERVANT’S HEART in study hall as he volunteers to do a chore that no one else wants to do.

Current Standings for 2nd Qtr 1/15/18

     1055pts            1033pts            1020pts