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Learning Important Values Everyday

Teaching character is an important part of our philosophy at Tabernacle School.  We emphasize five different character traits in our classrooms:  responsible, respectful, compassionate, cooperative, and courageous.  Teachers recognize students for showing these character traits in the classroom and at quarterly assemblies.  If a student shows exceptional character in one of these areas a teacher will send them to the office for “Caught Being Good”.  There they get a sticker that they proudly display for the rest of the day.  Their name is added to our character bulletin board in the lunchroom and a letter is sent home detailing why they were sent to the office.  Below are some examples of how each character trait is displayed in our students. 


Luke 16:10
I Corinthians 13:6-7 
James 3:13-14 
Ephesians 6:2

Expressing Love – Towards God and your neighbor    
Industrious – Getting your work done
Truthful – Honest, and conscientious
Productive – Tangible results from your work
Reliable – Dependable and trustworthy
Self – disciplined – Keeping the rules and doing the right thing
Determined – Exerting personal effort to complete the task
Persistent – Nothing stops you from doing the right thing
Ambitious – Having initiative and willingness to do the work to be successful
Wise – Showing good judgment and making good choices
Servant hood – serving others throughout your lifetime
Resistance – Resist evil and those who entice you to do the wrong thing


Ephesians 4:2
Ephesians 6:1-3
I Corinthians 13:4-5 Matthew 22:37

Thinking like Jesus – Put Him first in your thoughts
Polite – Well mannered and honoring in your attitude
Obedient – Submitting to your authority
Leadership – Being an example for other students
Accepting – Treat others as you would want to be treated
Quiet – Knowing when not to talk and make noise
Rule Keeping – Great attitude towards the rules knowing they are meant for good
Encouraging – Working to build the life of someone else
Admission – Owning up to wrong, and accepting the logical consequences
Honoring – Respectful towards your parents and teachers


Luke 15:20
Hebrews 5:2
Matthew 10:42
Matthew 11:28-30

What you do expresses Jesus
Caring – Kind and considerate
Gentle – Gracious and loving
Empathy – Being aware and sensitive to the experience of another and fully communicating explicitly your compassion for them.
Understanding – Sympathetic
Discrete – Prudent silence; not gossiping about what you know
Attentive – Mindful and observant
Friendly – Warm and accepting
Forgiving – Allowing room for error and weakness. Showing mercy
Passionate – Expressing intense feelings about those in need.
Selfless – Sacrifice to help others


I Samuel 15:22
Hebrews 5:8
Luke 16:10
Proverbs 2:1-5

Your actions express Jesus
Obedient – Follow instructions carefully
Attentive – Paying attention
Flexible – Agreeable and adaptable
Peaceful – Calm and untroubled
Fair – Impartial, objective, and reasonable
Joyful – Happy and contended in all circumstances
Thankful – gratitude and appreciation
Positive – Accepting and affirming to everyone
Faithful – Loyal and steadfast
Patient – Bearing difficult things calmly without complaining


Daniel 6:16-23
I Corinthians 13 Matthew 16:24-26 Hebrews 11:6

Determined – To know Jesus and make Him known
Loving – Providing for those in need, and protecting those who are disenfranchised
Receptive – Very teachable
Disciplined – Doing right thing
Thinking Skills – Understand logical consequences for every choice made
Vigilant – Watchful about personal behavior
Thoughtful – Able to discern appropriate friendships
Brave – Willing to stand alone for his/her convictions
Decisive – Able to make good choices quickly
Trustworthy – Very dependable
Controlled – Able to keep his/her spirit under control
Reliable – Follows through on commitments
Focused – Willingly follows Jesus and obeys Him