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The H.A.W.K Guide

 

Honest – Taking responsibility for something that may have a negative consequence, admitting mistakes, pointing out grading discrepancies, for example.

 

Assertive – This can be used synonymously with “upstander”. Noticing a wrong and taking courageous action to correct it. Choosing to do the right thing, especially if it would be easier to be passive (do nothing) or aggressive (over-reacting); Willingness to respectfully address a peer or teacher in order to resolve a conflict or solve a problem. Not a snitch. A snitch tells with intent to get another in trouble. An upstander tells so that a problem can be solved before it becomes a bigger problem.

 

Wise – Applying knowledge to solve real world problems through careful assessment and informed decision making; making decisions by using good judgment, choosing to work with one who will have a positive influence vs. a friend who might distract.

 

Kind – Doing good for another. Including those who are often left out, welcoming new students, noticing when another may need help or encouragement and taking action.