Honesty - Honest people are truthful and sincere and communicate free of any intent to deceive; they recognize that truthfulness is the basis of a good relationship.
Integrity - People with integrity behave in an ethical manner that is consistent with their beliefs and principals.
Trustworthiness - People worthy of trust keep promises, fulfill commitments, and abide by the spirit as well the letter of an agreement.
Loyalty - Loyal people demonstrate commitment in good times and bad.
Fairness - Fair people are committed to justice, the equal treatment of individuals, and tolerance and respect of diversity. Sportsmanship
Caring - Caring people show concern for the well-being of themselves, others and the environment. Caring is shown through patience, compassion, generosity, kindness, and service.
Respect - Respectful people have confidence in their own beliefs and values and knowledge, understand, and support the rights of others to express their beliefs and ideas.
Citizenship - Responsible citizens contribute to the community locally and globally in active, positive, and creative ways and encourage the participation of others through cooperation and contribution.
Pursuit of Quality - People who pursue excellence, take pride in their work , give their best efforts, reflect on the results of their work, and apply this new learning to subsequent tasks. Perseverance.
Responsibility- Accountable, responsible people know, understand, consider,and accept the impact and consequences of their personal actions and decisions.
Positive Self-Esteem- People with positive self-esteem value themselves, think independently and make good choices based on their own ultimate well-being.
Health- Having respect for their own physical well-being
Adaptability- Adaptable people are curious, seek opportunities, embrace challenges, and accept the inevitability of change.
Love of Learning- Should be enthusiastic, curious, feel free to "get messy and make mistakes".
Valuing the Family- Support of individuals and community for importance of families of all kinds. Appreciation of Heritage.
Copyright 1996 by Ed Sanders.