Honoring oneself, others, the environment, and authority
‛A‛ohe pau ka ‛ike i ka hālau ho‛okahi.
Listen and obey teachers and other school personnelRESPONSIBILITY -Ua lawa pono nā po‘ohiwi.
Respect adult authority
Understand and respect other peoples's rights and properties
Maintain considerate behavior
Taking ownership of one's actions, obligations and commitments
Complete class and homework assignments on timeRESOURCEFULNESS -‘A‘ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka hālau ho‘okahi.
Follows through with duties, jobs, etc.
Be on time
Follow safety rules
Able to admit when wrong choices are made
Acts of kindness done regularly
Being skilled and imaginative in finding ways to succeed
Have a CAN DO attitudeRESILIENCY -He ‘a‘ali‘i kū makani mai au, ‘a‘ohe makani nāna e kula‘i.
Try hard and persevere
Try different ways of doing things
Aʻohepau ka ʻike i ka hālau ho ʻokāhi
Demonstrate creative problem solving
Find, adapt, invent effective and caring ways of solving problems
Adapting and striving for positive outcomes in adverse situations
Kūlia I Ka Nu‘u
Have the ability to bounce back and learn from mistakesPositive RELATIONSHIPS -Ua ola nō i ka pane a ke aloha.
E hoʻomanawanui! E hoʻomau, e heʻe nalu!
Have perseverance; don't give up easily - Have a growth mindset
E noke kāua i ka hana, a pau kēia
Have positive attitudes
Can start fresh the next day
Valuing the benefit of respectfully working and playing together
E kuahui like i ka hana. 'A'ohe hana nui ke alu 'ia.
Get along with others
Ho ̀okaāhi ka ̀`ilāu like ana
Be courteous and well mannered
Be considerate, helpful and honest
Exhibit good sportsmanship