Student Focused. World Class.
Here at Roosevelt, we are committed to preparing our students with the knowledge necessary to succeed academically and the life skills required to become a thriving member of a community.
Below you will find the traits we teach our students:
Caring: To feel and show concern for others.
Common Sense: To use good judgment
Cooperation: To work together toward a common goal or purpose.
Curiosity: A desire to investigate and seek understanding of one's world.
Effort: To do your best.
Flexibility: To be willing to alter plans when necessary.
Friendship: To make and keep a friend through mutual trust and caring.
Initiative: To do something of one's own free will, because it needs to be done.
Integrity: To act according to a sense of what's right and wrong.
Organization: To plan, arrange, and implement in an orderly way, to keep things orderly and ready to use.
Patience: To wait calmly fro someone or something.
Perseverance: To keep at it.
Pride: Satisfaction from doing one's personal best.
Problem Solving: To create solutions to difficult situations and everyday problems.
Resourcefulness: To respond to challenges and opportunities in innovative and creative ways.
Responsibility: To respond when appropriate; to be accountable for one's actions.
Sense of Humor: To laugh and be playful without harming others.
Trustworthiness: To act in a manner that makes one worthy of trust and confidence.
Truthfulness: To be honest about things and feelings with oneself and others.
Active Listening: To listen with the intention of understanding what the speaker intends to communicate.
No Put-Downs: To never use words, actions, and/or body language that degrade, humiliate, or dishonor others.
Personal Best: To do one's best given the circumstances and available resources.