What is it? How to Be it?


Who we are:

Having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty: courageous

What we do:

  • I stand up for what is right, even when it's hard.

  • I help others even when it's difficult.

  • I try new things even if I'm afraid I might fail.

  • I face difficult situations with courage.

  • I speak the truth even if it is hard.


Who we are:

Responsible for the effects of our actions and willing to explain or think critically about them.

What we do:

  • I do my best to follow through on my commitments to myself and others and acknowledge when I do not.

  • I take responsibility when I make a mistake and I try to make it right.

  • I acknowledge that my success depends on my effort.


Who we are:

Showing admiration or consideration for people - for their belongings, decisions, opinions, ideas, and beliefs.

What we do:

  • I give my full and present attention to others.

  • My respect for others shows that I value everyone's voice.

  • I always treat people the way I want to be treated.

  • I recognize that my classmates and teachers are human, and that none of our mistakes are failures.


Who we are:

Considering the needs and well-being of others, contributing positively to the community.

What we do:

  • I am inclusive: I welcome people into my group.

  • I use my strengths to help others and make my community better.

  • When I see someone looking sad or tired, I ask them how they're doing.

  • I forgive others (and myself) for mistakes and errors.

This page was last updated on November 18, 2020