Respect is a way of treating or thinking about someone or something.
List 3 things you did or said that were respectful, every day for 7 days.
Courtesy is the showing of politeness in one's attitude & behavior towards others.
List 3 courteous things you did daily for 7 days.
A Chore is a routine task, especially a household one.
List up to 3 chores youve completed every day for 7 days.
Return this signed & completed by week 2.
Congratulations on completing 1 week of chores/task. It is important that you continue to complete your chores/task every week without being told. This continued behavior will demonstrate your responsibility.
Challenge: Go to 2 of your favorite Restaurants and order your own meal.
Talk with a loud voice and use eye contact. Don't forget to use your manners.
Self-Control is the ability to control oneself, particularly one's emotions and desires or the expression of them in one's behavior, especially in difficult situations.
Write about a time when you were mad or frustrated.
Explain how you used Self-Control to better the situation.
Being Selfless is when you are thinking of other people before yourself and giving to others without looking for personal gain.
Do as many acts of selflessness on this list. You are not required to do everything listed below.
1. What does having Responsibilty mean?
2. What are you responsible for?
3. Why is it important to be Responsible?
A Short term goal is something you want to accomplish soon. Short term goals are usually something you want to complete in a week, a month, or before the year ends.
A Long term goal is something you want to accomplish in the future. Long term goals require time, planning, and dedication. And may require a few short term goals to get there.
List 3 short term goals and 3 long term goals. Write down steps you will take to achieve these goals.
Short Term Goals
Long Term Goals
Community Service Part 1
Must complete 10 hours of community service
Community Service Part 2
Letter of Appreciation
Write a letter (2 page minimum) to your parent(s)/guardian(s) thanking them for everything they have done for you