This week's CCISD Core Value

Six Pillar Morning Meetings
February 6th – 10th
Responsibility
Own your choices.

Monday
This week, we are going to spend our fourth week this year thinking, talking, and writing about the Core Value Six Pillar of Responsibility.

(Gather announcement students around the microphone.)
Remember the one very important sentence I want you to remember about Responsibility: Own your choices. That is so important that the students helping on the announcements are going to say it with me three times:
Own your choices.
Own your choices.
Own your choices.

A responsible person uses self-control and is self-disciplined. Is it easier for you to show self-control at home or at school? Why? In what situation is it hardest for you to show self-control?

Tuesday
(Gather announcement students around the microphone.)
Remember, Responsibility means to:
Own your choices.
Own your choices.
Own your choices.

A responsible person will think before they act and they consider the consequences of their actions. Have you ever thought about the possible consequences of your actions before doing something and then changed what you did because of thinking about it?

Wednesday
(Gather announcement students around the microphone.)
Remember, Responsibility means to:
Own your choices.
Own your choices.
Own your choices.

To be responsible you have to be accountable for your words, actions, and attitudes. How do your words, actions, and attitude play a part in the way other people treat you?

Thursday
(Gather announcement students around the microphone.)
Remember, Responsibility means to:
Own your choices.
Own your choices.
Own your choices.

A responsible person always does their best and sets a good example for others. Who do you think is looking to you as an example, and what can you do to set a good example for them?

Friday
Caught you doing something TRRFCC drawing

(Gather announcement students around the microphone.)
Remember, Responsibility means to:
Own your choices.
Own your choices.
Own your choices.

Today during your morning meeting I’d like for you to think back over the conversations you’ve had this week, share your thoughts and examples about responsibility, and take time to write a few of them on the responsibility cards your teacher has. Sometime today, please take a minute to tape those cards onto the green Responsibility pillar in the hallway by the library. Thanks for remembering to own your choices, Thunderbirds!
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