Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Success Orientations-March & April

By: Brian Jung
Mr. Runyan

The Sucess Orientation for March was concern for others and April's Success Orientation is Aesthetic Appreciation. Success Orientations are important part of the QSI Mission statement. You either get a N, S, or E. N stands for not yet, S stands for success and E stands for exemplary. Concern for others is to look out for the welfare of others, and love then as you love yourself. Aesthetic Appreciation is where a person appreciates beauty.

Here are the requirements students should meet for...

Concern for Others
Daniel Park-Concern for Others


 
1. TSW demonstrate tolerance for those of other nationalities, races, religions, cultures, ages, and mental and physical abilities by

a) being a person who does not make disparaging remarks concerning those different from himself/herself.
b) joining in group activities with those different from themselves.
c) having friendly associations with those different from themselves.


George - Aesthetic Appreciation
2. TSW demonstrate acceptance of others, particularly newcomers, by

a) including them in informal social groups.
b) being a person who does not actively exclude individuals from group activities.
c) approaching newcomers with a view to making them feel welcome.

 3. TSW demonstrate concern for others by

a) avoiding actions or words that hurt another person.
b) actions and/or words of support and/or sympathy for those who are unhappy or sad.
c) helping others to be successful in their schoolwork, activities, and play.
d) displaying unselfish behavior.

Ana - Aesthetic Appreciation

Nadiia - Aesthetic Appreciation
Aesthetic Appreciation
1. TSW demonstrate an appreciation of nature by
 
a) not damaging trees and flowers.
b) making positive comments that show appreciation for the beauty of wildlife, mountains, trees, flowers, stars, etc.
c) creating artwork that illustrates nature.

2. TSW demonstrate an appreciation of orderly surroundings by

a) voluntarily picking up unsightly litter.
b) putting litter in proper receptacles rather than throwing it on the ground.
c) keeping areas of work and play reasonably neat.

Tanmay - Aesthetic Appreciation
3. TSW demonstrate an appreciation of the beauty of ideas; musical, artistic, and theatrical creations; mathematical and scientific concepts; and literary works by

a) making positive comments or written reports.
b) being a person who does not display negative remarks or actions that show disrespect for such beauty.
Sasha - Aesthetic Appreciation

Helena and Karolina - Aesthetic Appreciation

Dominic - Aesthetic Appreciation