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Malate Catholic School

1030 A. Mabini St. Malate, Manila

2014-2015

MCS Values Master Chart

Malate Catholic School


1030 A. Mabini St. Malate, Manila
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FIRST QUARTER

CORE VALUES

RELATED VALUES

Universal Values

SECOND QUARTER

THIRD QUARTER

FOURTH QUARTER

A. FAITH
Believing without
seeing
1.Belief in God
2.Trust in God
3. Truth
4. Justice
5. Commitment
6. Communion
7. Sincerity
8. Hope
9. Openness
10.Obedience

B. EXCELLENCE
Growing together

C. SERVICE
Doing together

D. True to my Faith

1. Passion for Quality


2. Competence
3. Integrity
4. Discipline
5. Consistency
6. Creativity
7. Sensibility
8. Self-Determination
9. Honesty
10. Unity

1. Stewardship
2. Charity
3. Preferential Option for the
Poor
4. Courage
5. Humility
6. Accountability
7. Sensitivity
8. Compassion
9. Generosity
10. Fortitude

1. Dependence in God
2. Perfection
3. Selflessness
4. Making a Difference
5. Companionship
6. Rapport
7. Perseverance
8. Fairness and Just
9.
Transparency/Limpidity
10. Single-mindedness

Receptiveness
Confidence
Nationalism
Equality

Credibility
Teamwork
Collaboration
Punctuality
Resourcefulness
Productivity
Innovativeness
Expertise

Altruism
Empathy
Voluntarism
Simplicity
Initiative
Willingness

Malate Catholic School


1030 A. Mabini St. Malate, Manila

CORE VALUES: FAITH


Believing without seeing
Faith is confident assurance concerning what we hope for, and conviction about things we do not see. (Heb 11:1)
It is a personal relationship with Jesus as Lord and Saviorthe decision to commit oneself to Christ, follow him, strive to know
and accept the truths he continues to teach through his Church.
Related
Value
1.Belief in
God
The mental
act,
condition, or
habit of
placing trust
or
confidence
in God

Behavioral Indicators
Administrator
Shows strong
relationship
with God
through
personal prayer
and reflection
Witnesses the
Gospel Values
Displays joyful
confidence in
Gods loving
providence.

Personnel
Inspires others to
work for the
common good
Participates
actively in religious
celebrations of the
community.
Remains dedicated
to God even in
times of
uncertainties.

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Acknowledges God
as Father, Jesus as
Saviour, the Holy
Spirit as Inspirer
and Mary as
Mother

Luke 12:8-9
I tell you, whoever
publicly acknowledges
me before others, the
Son of Man will also
acknowledge before
the angels of God.

Says prayer with


reverence and
fervor

John 14:11-12
Believe me when I say
that I am in the Father
and the Father is in
me; or at least believe
on the evidence of the
works themselves.
Very truly I tell you,
whoever believes in
me will do the works I
have been doing, and
they will do even
greater things than
these, because I am
going to the Father.

St Olivia of Palermo
She had a very strong
belief in God. It was so
strong that she risked her
life everyday by converting
Muslims into Christians.
Her family supported the
Christian faith and way of
living so that is what she
believed as well. She
knew what she believed in
and wasn't afraid of
spreading the good news.
As she got older her faith
grew along with her and
she always stated or did
whatever she thought was
right. She grew up into a
very faithful family which
led her to have a very
strong faith in God. She
was also known to have
good Christian morals.

Student

Receives the
sacraments
regularly

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Related
Value
2.Trust in
God
To rely
completely in
God for all of
our needs.
Confidence
in Gods will.

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text
Administrator
Displays joyful
assurance in
Gods loving
care
Persists and
shows passion
in pursuing
mission even in
the midst of
difficulties
Delights in the
Lord even in
times of
uncertainties

Personnel

Lives of the Saints

Student

Starts and ends


the class with a
prayer

Reads the Bible


daily for spiritual
nourishment

Integrates values
in his/her lesson

Shows confidence in
the providence of
God in times of
need.

Reads the Bible


daily for spiritual
nourishment

Actively joins
religious
celebrations of the
school.

Psalm 9:10
Those who know
your name trust in
you, for you, LORD,
have never forsaken
those who seek you.

Pope Benedict says :


These fears must be
faced and overcome with
human commitment and
trust in God.

Psalm 28:7
The LORD is my
strength and my
shield; my heart
trusts in him, and I
am helped.
Proverbs 3:5
Trust in the LORD
with all your heart
and lean not on your
own understanding;
Jeremiah 17:7
But blessed is the
one who trusts in
the LORD, whose
confidence is in him.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

3. Truth
Truth is that
which is
consistent with
the mind, will,
character,
glory, and
being with
God.
Truth is the
self-expression
of God

Administrator
Leads the
personnel to
know and
accept the
teachings of
Jesus as the
Truth.
Promotes
respecting the
truth about any
personnel by
denouncing
verbal offenses
and false
words in
conversations.
Creates a
positive
atmosphere of
fidelity, trust
and
communion
and offer good
example
for imitation.

Personnel

Student

Manifests the truth


in every aspect of
ones personal
and professional
endeavor.

Accepts the truth


and lives in truth at
all times.

Practices
professionalism
and ethical
conduct in dealing
with colleagues.
Speaks and acts
according to reality
by avoiding
misinterpretation
of the truth
through word,
gesture, or
deafening silence.

Protects school
personnel and
classmates
against verbal
offenses and false
words.
Refrains from lying
at all times.

Jn. 8: 31 32
Christ Our Truth: If
you live according to
my teachings, you are
truly my disciples:
then you will Know the
truth, and the truth will
set you free.
John. 8: 31 32
Jesus went on to say
to the Jews who
believed in him, You
will be my true
disciples, if you keep
my word. Then you
will know the truth,
and the truth will set
you free.
1 John 2:27
You received from him
an anointing his
anointing teaches you
all things; it speaks
the truth and does not
lie to you; so remain in
him, and keep what
he has taught you.

Lives of the Saints

Saint Teresa
At seven years, she ran
away from her home at
Avila in Spain, in the hope
of being martyred by the
Moors. Being brought back
and asked the reason of
her flight, she replied, "I
want to see God, and I
must die before I can see
Him." She then began with
her brother to build a
hermitage in the garden,
and was often heard
repeating"Forever,
forever". In her thirty-first
year, she gave herself
wholly to God. A vision
showed her the very place
in hell to which her own
light faults would have led
her, she lived ever after in
the deepest distrust of self.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
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4. Justice

Administrator

It is best
expressed in
treating others
fairly or
impartially;
conforming to
the truth, fact,
or reason.

Ensures just
compensation
and benefits
for personnel
Initiates
programs and
activities
developing the
concept of
justice and
fairness.
Allows others
to speak their
views and
opinions on
issues

Personnel

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Dt 16:19
You shall not bend
the law or show
partiality. Do not
accept gifts because
gifts blind the eyes
of the wise and
subvert the cause of
the righteous.

St. Pius X
The son of a poor village
shoemaker and the oldest
of eight children. Two
priest of the parish helped
him. All people love him
because he is kind. His
soul was on fire with the
love of God, especially
when he preached about
the Blessed Sacrament.
When he became Bishop
of Mantua, he said, I shall
spare neither myself care
not labor nor earnest
prayers for the salvation of
souls. My hope is in
Christ. His motto was: To
restore all things in Christ,
so that God maybe all in
all. His teaching was:
Love God, and lead Good
Christian lives.

Student

Prudently use
school resources
justly

Observes fairness in
dealing with others
Participates actively
in varied school
activities to widen
ones perspective on
the concept of
justice and fairness.

Reciprocates
schools
generosity with
hard work
Implements
programs and
activities
developing the
concept of justice
and fairness.

Submits ones self in


dialogues and due
process to ensure
objective and fair
decision.

Is 56:1
This is what Yahweh
says: Maintain what
is right and do what
is just, for my
salvation is close at
hand, my justice is
soon to come.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints


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5.Commitmen
t

Administrato
r

Personnel

Student

Caring deeply
about
something or
someone.
It is deciding
carefully what
you want to do,
then giving it
100%, holding
nothing back.

Supports
academic
goals

Involves oneself to
schools goals and
activities

Obeys schools rules


and regulations

Inspires others
to do their
best to have
exemplary life

Attends to duties
punctually and
religiously

Shares ideas
that will
improve the
community

Shares expertise
to colleagues
Takes task as a
mission from God

Submits quality
assignment
Shows
determination in
school work

Mark 2:14
As he walked along,
he saw Levi son of
Alphaeus sitting at
the tax collectors
booth. Follow me,
Jesus told him, and
Levi got up and
followed him.

Shares ones talents,


time and treasure
Mt 26:35
l

Peter said to him,


Even if I must die
with you, I will not
deny you! And all
the disciples said
the same.

John of Nepomuk
Accounts of his life state
that he was the confessor
of the queen of Bohemia
and refused to divulge the
secrets of the
confessional. On the basis
of this account, John of
Nepomuk is considered
the first martyr of the Seal
of the Confessional, a
patron
against calumnies and,
because of the manner of
his death, a protector
from floods and drowning.

Psalm 37:4
Take delight in the
LORD,
and he will give you
the desires of your
heart

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators

6.Communion

Administrator

The act or an
instance of
sharing, as of
thoughts or
feelings.
Closeness and
unity in a
group or
community

Gives and
receives
support among
colleagues
Reaches out to
others
Facilitates
harmonious
working and
interpersonal
relationship

Personnel

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Student

Willingly shares
talents and skills
during school
programs and
activities
Cares for the
academically/mate
rially challenged
Develops a culture
of sharing and
unity

Participates in
classroom and
school programs
and activities and
shows communal
attitude
Shares resources to
others: time,
knowledge, treasure
Updates oneself
with pressing
concerns and issue:
school, national,
international

Ecclesiastes 4:9-10
Two are better than
one,
because they have
a good return for
their labor:
If either of them falls
down,
one can help the
other up.
But pity anyone who
falls and has no one
to help them up.

St. John XXIII


St. John XXII is the pope
who convoked the Second
Vatican Council. With his
short papacy, he led the
Church in to the new
millennium and built
connections with our
brothers and sisters in
different religions and
denominations.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

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7. Sincerity

Administrator

Personnel

Student

Virtue of one
who speaks
truly about
his/her own
feelings,
thoughts, and
desire.

Expresses an
honest and fair
judgment in
decision
making.

Shows a desire to
help others without
expecting anything
or rewards.

Displays motivation
to study harder and
conforms to the
rules and
regulations of the
school.

Quality of
being open
and truthful.

Adheres to
high standard
of
professionalis
m and word
ethics.

Exhibits
consistency in
performing tasks
systematically and
competently.

Titus 2:7
Set them an example
by your own way of
doing. Let your
teaching be earnest
and sincere.

Romans 12:9
Let love be sincere.
Hate what is evil and
hold to whatever is
good.

1Peter 1:22
In obeying the truth,
you have gained
interior purification
from which comes
sincere mutual love.
Love one another,
then, with all your
heart.

St. Elizabeth of Hungary


In her short life Elizabeth
manifested such great love
for the poor and suffering
that she has become the
patroness of Catholic
charities and of the
Secular Franciscan Order.
The daughter of the King
of Hungary, Elizabeth
chose a life of penance
and asceticism when a life
of leisure and luxury could
easily have been hers.
This choice endeared her
in the hearts of the
common people
throughout Europe.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

8. Hope

Administrator

Belief in a
positive
outcome
related to
events and
circumstances
in ones life.

Inspires others
with hope to
work for the
common good

Spiritual grace
towards
positive
thinking.

Gives good
example of joy
and
cheerfulness in
facing
setbacks in life
Influences
others to
respond
creatively to
life

Personnel
Exhibits positive
outlook in life
Offers
opportunities to
develop hope and
optimism
Deals with
difficulties and
problems with
serenity of spirit

Lives of the Saints

Student
Shows enthusiasm
and possesses
positive attitude
despite the burden
of school/home work
and requirements
needed to be
accomplished
Develops a joyful
disposition and good
sense of humor.
Displays positive
outlook towards
changes in ones life

Romans 4:18
Abraham believed
and hoped against
all expectation, thus
becoming father of
many nations, as he
had been told: See
how many will be
your descendants.
Romans 12:12
Have hope and be
cheerful. Be patient
in trials and pray
constantly.
Psalm 119:74
Those who fear you
will be glad, seeing
that I hope in your
word.

St. John Bosco


He educated the whole
personbody and soul
united. He believed that
Christs love and our faith
in that love should pervade
everything we dowork,
study, play. For John
Bosco, being a Christian
was a full-time effort, not a
once-a-week, Mass-onSunday experience. It is
searching and finding God
and Jesus in everything we
do, letting their love lead
us. Yet, because John
realized the importance of
job-training and the selfworth and pride that come
with talent and ability, he
trained his students in the
trade crafts, too.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text
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9. Openness

Administrator

Personnel

Student

Ready and
willing to talk
candidly.

Opens the lines


ofcommunication
s always

Accepts
feedbacks
/suggestions

Respects the
opinion of others
even if its wrong

State of being
amenable

Acknowledges
ones strengths,
weaknesses and
limitations

Recognizes
ones mistakes/
accepts
gracefully
compliments
from others

Welcomes new
members of the
group

Ready to
receive new
ideas and
impressions.

Practices
democratic
leadership and
governance

Understands
the life situation
of each student

Lives of the Saints


Philippians 2:3-4
Do nothing through
rivalry or vain conceit.
On the contrary let
each of you gently
considers the others
as more important
than yourselves. Do
not seek your own
interest, but rather
that of others.
Romans 12:10- ff,
Love one another and
be considerate. Outdo
one another in mutual
respect. Be zealous in
fulfilling your duties.
Be fervent in the Spirit
and serve God. Have
hope and be cheerful.
Be patient in trials and
pray constantly. Share
with other Christians
in need. With those
passing by, be ready
to receive them.

St. Josephine Bakhita


For many years, Josephine
Bakhita was a slave but
her spirit was always free
and eventually that spirit
prevailed.
Josephine's body was
mutilated by those who
enslaved her, but they
could not touch her inner
spirit. Her Baptism set her
on an eventual path toward
asserting her civic freedom
and then service to God's
people as a Canossian
sister. She who worked
under many "masters" was
finally happy to address
God as "master" and carry
out everything that she
believed to be God's will
for her.

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Related Value

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

10.

Administrat

Personnel

Lives of the Saints

Student
11

Obedience
Virtue of
following the
will of God.

or
Serves as
model of
humility in
following school
norms and
values.
Upholds what is
right, just and
fair despite risk
of unpopularity.
Provides
conditions that
will encourage
and motivate
personnel to
observe and
follow policies
and guidelines.

Manifests
meekness in
personal and
professional
dealings.

Observes school
standards and
values religiously.

Applies
practical
knowledge and
judgement
when
confronted with
conflicting
situations.
Manifests
willingness to
follow
instructions.

Manifests genuine
love toward others.
Follows school rules
and regulations,
classroom norms of
conduct and
behaviour.

Jn. 14:15
If you love me, you
will keep my
commandments.

Isaiah 1:19
If you will obey me,
you will eat the
goods of the earth.

Hab2:4b;
On the other hand,
will live by his
faithfulness.

St. Joseph -

He was chosen by the


eternal Father as the
trustworthy guardian and
protector of his greatest
treasures, namely, his
divine Son and Mary,
Josephs wife. He carried
out this vocation with
complete fidelity until at
last God called him,
saying: Good and faithful
servant, enter into the joy
of your Lord (St.
Bernardine of Siena).

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Behavioral
Indicators

Scripture Text

CORE VALUES: EXCELLENCE


Growing Together

Lives of the Saints

It is a talent or quality which is unusually good and so surpasses ordinary standards. Striving
to be outstanding in everything you do. Brings out the best in you and in other people.
Related Values
1. Passion
for
excellen
ce
Expressed
everything with
worth.
Reflected
distinction in
speech, life, work
emotion and
relationship.

Administrator

Innovates new
ideas with
brilliance
Monitors and
guides
teachers
performance
Evaluates
school
programs or
activities for
research,
planning and
development
and
recommends
for
improvement

Personnel

Students

Adopts relevant
innovations

Persists in his or her


studies

Executes
mastery and
does not settle
for mediocrity

Opens and accepts


new trends of
learning

Exhibits
effectiveness
and efficiency in
his or her work

Enhances/shares
his or her talents or
skills

1 Corinthians 10:31
So, whether you eat
or drink, or whatever
you do, do all to the
glory of God.

.
St. Augustine
Pray as though everything
depended on God. Work as
though everything
depended on you.

Ecclesiastes 9:10
Whatever your hand
finds to do, do it with
all your might, for in
the realm of the
dead, where you are
going, there is
neither working nor
planning nor
knowledge nor
wisdom. (NIV)

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Related Values

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

2. Competence

Administrator

Personnel

Ability of an
individual to do a job
properly.

Exhibits
leadership skills
and traits with
proficiency

Attends
seminarsworkshops and
applies relevant
strategies to
make learning
fun

Ability to control and


operate the things in
the environment and
the environment
itself.

Facilitates
harmonious
working and
interpersonal
relationship with
and among
colleagues
Builds/empower
s people

Student

Keeps students
motivated to
learn and get
involved in
class
Challenges
students
become lifelong learners

Lives of the Saints

Believes in ones
giftedness and
capabilities to be
best
Complies
requirements on
time and submits
quality work
Involves in curricular
and co- curricular
activities

2 Corinthians 3:5
Not that we are
competent in
ourselves to claim
anything for
ourselves, but our
competence comes
from God.
1 Corinthians
15:10
But by the grace of
God I am what I
am, and his grace
to me was not
without effect. No, I
worked harder than
all of them--yet not
I, but the grace of
God that was with
me.

St. Thomas Aquinas


By universal consent, Thomas
Aquinas is the preeminent
spokesman of the Catholic
tradition of reason and of
divine revelation. He is one of
the great teachers of the
medieval Catholic Church,
honored with the titles Doctor
of the Church and Angelic
Doctor.
His greatest contribution to the
Catholic Church is his
writings. The unity, harmony
and continuity of faith and
reason, of revealed and
natural human knowledge,
pervade his writings. But he
was broad enough, deep
enough, to see the whole
natural order as coming from
God the Creator, and to see
reason as a divine gift to be
highly cherished.

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Related Values
3. Integrity
Quality of being
honest and having
strong moral
principles; moral
uprightness.
A personal choice to
uphold oneself to
consistently moral and
ethical standards
Doing what you
consider to be the
right action, at the
right time, that your
brain and heart can
equally accept as
forever as right for
yourself and the
society you live in.

Behavioral Indicators
Administrat
or
Shows
transparency in
making
decisions for
the good of the
school
Gives fair
judgment for all
and implements
policy firmly
walks his talks

Scripture Text
Personnel

Student

Lives out what


he or she
teaches

Practices honesty
even no one is
looking

Shows fairness
in dealing with
students and
colleagues

Submits original
work

Practices
ethical standard
in work and in
relationship

Lives of the Saints

Gives fair judgment


towards self and
classmates

Proverbs 2:20-21
So you will walk in
the way of the good
and keep to the
paths of the
righteous. For the
upright will inhabit
the land, and those
with integrity will
remain in it

St. Angela Merici


"In the fulfillment of your duties,
let your intentions be so pure
that you reject from your actions
any other motive than the glory
of God and the salvation of
souls."

Psalm 26:1-3
Vindicate me, O
LORD, for I have
walked in my
integrity, and I have
trusted in the
LORD without
wavering. Probe
me, O LORD, and
try me; test my
heart and my mind.
For your steadfast
love is before my
eyes, and I walk in
your faithfulness.

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Related Values

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

4. Discipline
A way of behaving
that shows a
willingness to obey
rules or orders
A behavior that is
judged by how well it
follows a set of rules
or orders

Administrator

Personnel

Student

Shows regularity
and punctuality
in all schedules

Shows
punctuality in
attendance and
submission of
requirements

Maintains selfcontrol during


exams and stays
away from cheating

Exhibits
consistency in
decision making
and
implementation
of rules and
policies
Possess selfcontrol in dealing
with
misdemeanors
of students and
personnel

Demonstrates
systematic and
organized
teachinglearning
activities
Possess selfstrain in guiding
students with
wrongdoing

Demonstrates
systematic and
organized school
routines
Exhibits consistency
in following
class/school rules

Proverbs 13:24
Whoever spares the rod
hates their children, but
the one who loves their
children is careful to
discipline them.
2 Timothy 1:7
For God gave us a spirit
not of fear but of power
and love and self-control.
Hebrews 12:11
No discipline seems
pleasant at the time, but
painful. Later on,
however, it produces a
harvest of righteousness
and peace for those who
have been trained by it.

Lives of the Saints

St. Francis de Sales


Never be in a hurry; do
everything quietly and in a
calm spirit. Do not lose
your inner peace for
anything whatsoever, even
if your whole world seems
upset.
Mother Teresa
Discipline is the bridge
between goals and
accomplishment.

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

5.Consistency

Administrator

Personnel

An ability to be
asserted together
without
contradiction.

Improves his
or her working
attitude and
relationship
with others

Implements
constancy the
set working
standards of the
school

Acts out any


articulated and
verbalized
statement with
reliability and
dependability

Whatever he/she
says he/she is
going to do

A harmony of
conduct or practice
with profession

Plans and
follows regular
routines
creatively.

Lives of the Saints

Student
Never stops from
doing things to be
better

Ecclesiastes 9:10
Whatsoever your
hand finds to do, do
it with thy might; .

Observes daily
routines but open to
immediate or urgent
changes

Matthew 5:37

Prepares and
abides by
standard
practices
regularly

Let what you say


be simply Yes or
No; anything more
than this comes
from evil.
Matthew 6:24
No one can serve
two masters, for
either he will hate
the one and love
the other, or he will
be devoted to the
one and despise
the other. You
cannot serve God
and money.

St. Lorenzo Ruiz


He was the first Filipino saint
venerated in the
Roman Catholic Church; He is thus
the protomartyr
of the Philippines. He was killed for
refusing
to leave Japan and renounce his
Roman Catholic beliefs during the
persecution of Japanese
Christians under the Tokugawa
Shogunate
in the 17th century.
Lorenzo and his companion took
chances, endangered their lives, got
hurt and beaten up, and died for the
faith. Was it all in vain? Lorenzo said,
Had I thousand lives, I would have
offered them up to the Lord.

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Lives of the Saints


6. Creativity

Administrator

Personnel

Mental characteristic
that allows a person
to think outside of the
box, which results in
innovative or different
approaches to a
particular task

Thinks and
suggests
more possible
options and
solutions

Opens to any
adjustments in his
or her place of
work and in all
kinds of
personalities

Makes use of his or


her skills and time to
do things better

Expresses and
shares inspired
feelings and
ingenious
thoughts

Tries new ideas or


concept in one work

The ability to make


new things or think of
new ideas.

Tries new
things or
ideas and
risks in any
failure
Finds
solutions to a
challenging
problems

Student

Works as an individual
or in a group

Acquires positive
results to present
difficulties

Romans 12:2
Do not be
conformed to this
world, but be
transformed by the
renewal of your
mind, that by
testing you may
discern what is the
will of God, what is
good and
acceptable and
perfect.
Exodus 35:31-32
And he has filled
him with the Spirit
of God, with skill,
with intelligence,
with knowledge,
and with all
craftsmanship, to
devise artistic
designs, to work in
gold and silver and
bronze.

St. Catherine Bologna


She, like us, suffered temptations;
she suffered the temptations of
disbelief, of sensuality, of a difficult
spiritual struggle. She felt forsaken by
God, she found herself in the darkness
of faith. Yet in all these situations she
was always holding the Lords hand,
she did not leave him, she did not
abandon him. And walking hand in
hand with the Lord, she walked on the
right path and found the way of light.
Pope Benedict

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7. Sensibility

Behavioral Indicators
Administra
tor

Scripture Text
Personnel

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Acting with or
exhibiting good
judgment; reasonable
A keen perception of
or responsiveness
toward something.
The ability to sense,
feel or perceive;
especially to be
receptive to the
feelings of another.

Restrains his
or her
instincts to act
or react
emotionally
and uses
reason to
dictate his or
behavior.

Relies on others
for feedback on
his or her own
behaviors but
also having that
inner sense of
believing in him
or herself.

Give sound
advice

Gathers and
shares
constructive
opinions and
comments to
students and
colleagues

Listens and
considers the
perceptions
and feelings
of people

Shows good judgment


to others
Respects the ideas
and feelings of others
Listens to the feelings
of others

James 1:19
Know this, my
beloved brothers:
let every person be
quick to hear, slow
to speak, slow to
anger.
Proverbs 5: 1-23
My son, be
attentive to my
wisdom; incline
your ear to my
understanding, that
you may keep
discretion, and your
lips may guard
knowledge.

St. John Paul II


"An excuse is worse and more terrible
than a lie, for an excuse is a lie
guarded."

Pay attention to
the sentiments of
co-workers

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8. SelfDetermination

Behavioral Indicators
Administrat
or

Personnel

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Student

Scripture Text

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Refers to the personal


decision to do
something or think a
certain way.
The ability or right to
make one's own
decisions without
interference from
others.

Fulfills own
task or
responsibility
without outside
interference
Displays
strength of
character and
will power in
the fulfillment
of purpose

Decides on his or
her own without
any outside
influence

Makes good decision


on his or her own

Works
independently

Seeks advice from


authorities and peers
then makes right
decision

Motivates others
to work effectively
and efficiently

Works independently
with the strength of
mind

Solves
problems on
his or her own
after soliciting
suggestions
from the ranks

1 Thes. 4:11
"I dont mean to
say that I have
already achieved
these things or
that I have already
reached
perfection. But I
press on to
possess that
perfection for
which Christ Jesus
first possessed
me."
Galatians 1:10
"Obviously, Im not
trying to win the
approval of
people, but of
God.
2 Corinthians 5:9
"So whether we
are here in this
body or away from
this body, our goal
is to please him."

St. Vincent Pallotti


"Not the goods of the world, but God.
Not riches, but God. Not honors, but
God. Not distinction, but God. Not
dignities, but God. Not advancement,
but God. God always and in
everything."

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9.Honesty
Refers to a facet of
moral character and
connotes positive and

Behavioral Indicators
Administrat
or
Uses
appropriate
words when

Personnel
Delivers fair and
truthful
assessments or

Scripture Text

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Student
Keeps promises

Hebrews 6:18
"So God has given
both his promise
and his oath. These

St. Eligius
He was praised for his honesty and
piety.
He was very generous to the poor,
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virtuous attributes
such as integrity,
truthfulness, and
straight forwardness
of conduct

evaluating the
actions done
by people

remarks to a
critical issues

Gives fair and


truthful
judgment or
remarks

Careful and
considerate in
dealing with
colleagues and
students

Is tactful in
dealing with
others

Does own task


effectively and
efficiently

Uses polite words


everywhere
Does school work
regularly

two things are


unchangeable
because it is
impossible for God
to lie."
Luke 16:10
"Whoever can be
trusted with very
little can also be
trusted with much,
and whoever is
dishonest with very
little will also be
dishonest with
much."
1 Timothy 1:19
"Cling to your faith in
Christ, and keep
your conscience
clear. For some
people have
deliberately violated
their consciences;

ransomed many slaves, and built


several churches and a monastery at
Solignac.
The use of one's talents and wealth
for the welfare of humanity is a very
true reflection of the image of God. In
the case of St. Eligius, he was so well
liked that he attracted many to Christ.
His example should encourage us to
be generous in spirit and kind and
happy in demeanor.

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Behavioral Indicators

Lives of the Saints


Scripture Text

10. Unity

Administrator

Personnel

Student

21

1 Peter 3:8
Oneness of mind,
feeling, etc., as
among a number of
persons; concord,
harmony, or
agreement.
Being united into one

Creates and
maintains a
culture of
collaboration
Communicates
goal with
team/area

Builds
harmonious
relationships

Cooperates with
others

Cares and
Collaborates with
colleagues
Works as a team

Shows care and


respect with
schoolmates
States objectives/aims
with groupmates

Builds rapport
with people

Finally, all of you,


have unity of mind,
sympathy, brotherly
love, a tender heart,
and a humble mind.

Acts 4:32
Now the full
number of those
who believed were
of one heart and
soul, and no one
said that any of
the things that
belonged to him
was his own, but
they had
everything in
common.

St. Leopold Mandic


He has much to teach us. He is an
inspiration for us to be humble and
strong in the Christian faith we have
received from God. He is, moreover, a
living memorial of that truth preached by
the Apostle Paul to the Corinthians: "It
was... to shame the strong that He
chose what is weak by human
reckoning." And his ministry of God's
forgiveness in the Confessional can
teach us of the real value and
importance of the Sacrament of
Reconciliation, whereby we rise from
the death of sin to the fullness of life in
Christ.

Colossians 3:14
And above all
these put on love,
which binds
everything
together in perfect
harmony.

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Doing together
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Behavioral Indicators

Scripture Text
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1.Stewardship

Administrator

Refers to the
responsibility in
maintaining and using
wisely the gifts that
God has bestowed
and His collaborators
in the work of creation,
redemption and
sanctification.

Motivates the
community
towards
achievement
of visionmission
Gives proper
direction to
subordinates,
coaching
them to be
collaborators in
the
sanctification
of creation
Facilitates
growth and
development
of the school
community

Personnel
Serves as
formator of
knowledge to
their students
Keeps oneself as
his brothers
keeper
Serves as role
model in the use
of technology,
water, electricity,
equipment and
other facilities of
the school

Student
Takes responsibility in
doing the tasks given
to them
Observes the cost
cutting program of the
school
Attends carefully of
ones personal/ others
possessions and
school properties.

1 Peter 4:10
Each of you
should use
whatever gift you
have received to
serve others, as
faithful stewards of
Gods grace in its
various forms.
Genesis 1:28
God blessed them
and said to
them, Be fruitful
and increase in
number; fill the
earth and subdue
it. Rule over the
fish in the sea and
the birds in the sky
and over every
living creature that
moves on the
ground.

St. Isidore
He was born at Madrid, Spain, in the
latter half of the 12th century. For the
greater part of his life he was employed
as a laborer on a farm outside the city.
Many marvelous happenings
accompanied his lifelong work in the
fields and continued long after his holy
death. He was favored with
celestial visions and, it is said,
the angels sometimes helped him in his
work in the fields. St. Isidore was
canonized in 1622.

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2.Charity

Behavioral Indicators
Administrator

Personnel

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Student

23

A virtue and a habit or


power which disposes
us to love God above
all creatures for
Himself, and to
love ourselves and our
neighbors for the sake
of God

Shows
patience and
gets involved
in organizing
outreach
activities

Make the
students and
fellow workers
feel appreciated
and gifted soar to
greatness..

Responds to
the urgent
concerns of
others

Encourages the
students and
fellow workers to
share blessings
to others

Supervises
with ardor the
manner that
each
department of
the institution
functions

Practices
volunteerism and
self-donation.

Shares time, talents


and treasure with
classmates and
community
Initiates assistance
with others with
compassion and
benevolence
Manifests the
importance of
humanitarian care by
joining outreach
program.

Proverbs 19:17
Whoever is kind to the
poor lends to the LORD,
and he will reward them
for what they have
done.
Matthew 6:1
Be careful not to
practice your
righteousness in front of
others to be seen by
them. If you do, you will
have no reward from
your Father in heaven.

St. Vincent de Paul


When he is on the ship, he saw
some servant who really needs
help, so he help them quickly
because he feels pity to the
servants he saw. He also
encourages the people to Paris to
help the sick but did not succeed
so he just invited some of them
who are willing to help. He is the
model of humility who keeps on
telling that if we really love God,
we can find it everywhere.

Psalm 12:5
Because the poor are
plundered and the
needy groan. I will now
arise, says the LORD. I
will protect them from
those who malign
them.

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3.Preferential Option
for the Poor

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text
Administrator

Personnel

Lives of the Saints

Student
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To create conditions
for marginalized
voices to be heard, to
defend the
defenseless, and to
assess lifestyles,
policies and social
institutions in terms of
their impact on the
poor.

Approves
feasible
outreach
programs that
can be
sustained by
the school
budget.
Provides
opportunities
to the less
fortunate to
have a better
life.

Accepts and
values the less
fortunate within
the school
community.

Engages ones self in


the schools different
outreach activities.
Accepts and respects
classmates who are
intellectually,
physically and
materially
challenged.

Uplifts people by
ones words and
attitude.
Initiates and
involves ones
self in the
schools different
outreach activities

Recognizes and acts


to the needs of the
community without
delay.

Shares
resources to
the disaster
risk reduction
program of the
archdiocese.

Psalm 72: 12
For he delivers the
needy when he calls,
the poor and him who
has no helper.
Proverbs 31:9
Open your mouth, judge
righteously, defend the
rights of the poor and
needy.
Isaiah 25:4
For you have been a
stronghold to the poor, a
stronghold to the needy
in his distress, a shelter
from the storm and a
shade from the heat;
for the breath of the
ruthless is like a storm
against a wall.

Archbishop Oscar Romero


As Archbishop of San Salvador,
Father Romero was a source of
strength and hope for the poor
and for the oppressed of his
country, working with and for
them, taking their struggles as his
own. Romero wrote and spoke
passionately and publicly of the
need for Christians to work for
justice. On March 24, 1980, while
celebrating the Eucharist,
Archbishop Romero was shot and
killed at the altar by a death squad
assassin, paying the highest price
for the commitment about which
he spoke so often and so
eloquently.

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

4. Courage

Administrator

Personnel

Lives of the Saints

Student

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Matthew 5:10
Capacity to overcome
fear and stand up for
morally acceptable
values.
It is the willingness to
speak out and do that
which is right in the
face of forces that
would lead a person to
act in some other way.
It puts principles into
action

Initiates
dialogue to
explore and
discuss
thoroughly the
ethical principle
in question.
Encourages
others to stand
firm for what is
right
Considers and
understands the
possible
consequences
and still makes
the choice to
take the action

Manifests
readiness and
openness to
accept fraternal
correction.

Submits oneself to
disciplinary
processes and
sanctions when
ethical principles of
the school are
violated.

Resolves to
repair
wrongdoing by
upholding what
is ethical and
moral.

Defends life at all


times and in
whatever
circumstance and
always promote what
will enhance integrity
and dignity of human
Life.

Articulates ones
stand and
opinion
objectively

Discerns that
something is wrong
or unfair and
opposing it

Blessed are they who


are persecuted for the
sake of
righteousness, for
theirs is the Kingdom
of heaven.
Matthew 5:11
Blessed are you
when they insult you
and persecute you
(falsely) because of
me. Rejoice and be
glad for your reward
will be great in
heaven.
Mark 8:38
Whoever is ashamed
of me and my words
in this faithless and
shameful generation,
I will be ashamed of
them also when they
come in my Fathers
glory.

St. Pedro Calungsod


While in Guam, Calungsod
preached Christianity to
the Chamorro people through
catechism, while baptizing infants,
children and adults at the risk and
expense of being persecuted and
eventually murdered. Through
Calungsod and San Vitores'
missionary efforts, many native
Chamorros converted to Roman
Catholicism.

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

5.Humility

Administrator

Personnel

Lives of the Saints

Student
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The quality of being


modest, reverent and
polite.

Displays
kindness in
words and
actions at all
times in the
school
community
Demonstrates
openness to
feedbacks and
acts on them
accordingly.
Recognizes
the
accomplishme
nts of fellow
administrators
and colleagues

Communicates
Speaks and acts with
courteously with
refinement
others in the
school community
Observes
gentleness and
prudence in
dealing with
students

Demonstrates
professional
stance even in
the face of
rejection

Respects/listens to
the advice of
teachers, parents and
others.

Acknowledges and
accepts ones
strengths and
limitations.

Luke 3:16
I baptized you with
water, but the one who is
coming will do much
more: he will baptize you
with Holy Spirit and fire.
As for me, I am not
worthy to untie his
sandal.
Luke 7:6-8
Sir, do not trouble
yourself, for I am not
worthy to welcome you
under my roof. You see, I
didnt approach you
myself. Just give the
order, and my servant
will be healed.

Pope St. Celestine V


born Pietro Angelerio
was Pope for five months from
5 July to 13 December 1294.
Realizing his inadequacy to
shepherd the whole Church, he
humbly but courageously
rendered his resignation as the
successor of Peter. He was
also a monk and hermit who
founded the order of
the Celestines.

Deuteronomy 8:17
Lest you say, With my
own strength I have
attained all these good
things.

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6.Accountabilty

Behavioral Indicators
Administrator

The quality or state Develops a culture

Personnel
Takes

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Student
Holds liable for

Romans 14:12

Saint Catherine of Siena,


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of being
responsible and
liable especially
when given task
and obligations.

of reliable,
responsible and
accountable
school community.
Creates an
environment of
trust to facilitate
openness in the
community.
Establishes clear
policies and
procedures in
giving accounts in
the disbursements
of funds.
.

responsibility for
ones actions and
decisions.

consequences of their
decisions and actions

So each of us will
account for himself
before God.

Shares in
confidence
results of actions
in the
performance of
duties.

Shares freely ones


thoughts, views, and
feelings

Matthew. 12:36 -37


I tell you this: on the
day of judgment
people will have to
give an account of any
unjustified word they
have spoken. Your
own words will declare
you either innocent or
guilty.

Gives thorough
and accurate
statements and
reports.

Keeps promises and


commitments to
others

Hebrews 4:13
All creation is
transparent to Him;
everything is
uncovered and lay
bare to the eyes of
him to whom we
render account.

the daughter of a humble


tradesman, was raised up to be
the guide and guardian of the
Church in one of the darkest
periods of its history, the
fourteenth century. As a child,
prayer was her delight. When but
seven years old, she made a vow
of virginity, and afterwards
endured bitter persecution for
refusing to marry. Our Lord gave
her His Heart in exchange for her
own. She entered the Third Order
of St. Dominic, but continued to
reside in her father's shop, where
she united a life of active charity
with the prayer of a contemplative
Saint.

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Behavioral Indicators

Lives of the Saints


Scripture Text

7.Sensitivity

Administrator

An awareness and
understanding of the

Conscious and
aware to the

Personnel
Recognizes the
feelings and

Student
Lives in the spirit of
fairness and justice

Acts 20:28-31
Pay careful attention to

St. Camillus de Lellis


St. Camillus de Lellis was born
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feelings of other
people

needs of the
community

conditions of coworkers and


others

Affirms the
works,
contributions
and
accomplishme
nts done

Has the capacity


to put ones feet
unto the shoes of
others

Possesses the
willingness to
have a
listening ear
and
understanding
heart for the
members of
the community

Receptive and aware


to the needs of fellow
classmates

Respects the feelings,


opinions and
situations of
classmates

Treats everyone
with care, love,
fairness, and
justice

yourselves and to all the


flock, in which the Holy
Spirit has made you
overseers, to care for
the church of God,
which he obtained with
his own blood. I know
that after my departure
fierce wolves will come
in among you, not
sparing the flock; and
from among your own
selves will arise men
speaking twisted things,
to draw away the
disciples after them.
Therefore be alert,
remembering that for
three years I did not
cease night or day to
admonish everyone with
tears.

at Bocchianico, Italy and was a


former mercenary soldier. He
became a Capuchin novice, but
was unable to profess vows
because of a diseased leg he
contracted while fighting the
Turks. He devoted himself to
caring for the sick, and became
director of St. Giacomo Hospital
in Rome. His stay in the hospital
made him realized the alienating
conditions of the poor and sick
person in the hospitals during
his time. He founded a religious
order whose charism is to take
care of the sick even in danger
of their own lives.

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Behavioral Indicators

Lives of the Saints


Scripture Text

8.Compassion

Administrator

Personnel

Two latin word: cum


and passio which
means to suffer with.

Corrects the
erring
members of
the community
with love

Makes some
adjustments in
work for the sake
of suffering co
workers.

The quality of

Student
Responsive to the
needs of other
students.

Matthew 14:14
When he went
ashore he saw a
great crowd, and
he had compassion

St. Elizabeth of Hungary


St. Elizabeth was born in Hungary in
1207, the daughter of Alexander II,
King of Hungary. She became the
queen of Hungary but continue to
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understanding the
suffering of others and
wanting to do
something about it.

patience and
understanding
Listens to the
needs of every
members of
the community
and make
decisions for
the common
good.
Exhausts all
the possible
means to help
the students
and personnel
who are in
need.

on them and
healed their sick.
Patient and
understanding in
dealing with
students who are
difficult to deal
with.
Knows how to
deal with fellow
workers with
different pacing
and
temperament.

Makes oneself
available in serving
the poor members of
the community/society

Shows willingness to
suffer with others who
are in pain.

2 Cor. 1:3-4
Blessed be the God
and Father of our
Lord Jesus Christ,
the Father of
mercies and God of
all comfort, who
comforts us in all
our affliction, so
that we may be
able to comfort
those who are in
any affliction, with
the comfort with
which we ourselves
are comforted by
God.

help the poor and the needy in her


kingdom. She opened her palace to
serve as an asylum for the
marginalized and rejected of the
society.

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Behavioral Indicators

Scripture Text

9. Generosity

Administrator

Personnel

Student

The quality of being


kind and generous or
a willingness and
liberty in giving away
ones money, time,
etc.

Shares self,
talent and time
beyond the call
of duty and
support the
disadvantaged

Offers ones skills


and expertise to
help improve the
performance of
colleagues

Donates
wholeheartedly to
victims and survivor of
calamities.
Contributes time,

2 Co 8:2
While they were so
afflicted and
persecuted, their joy
overflowed and their
extreme property

Lives of the Saints

Bls. Zelie and Louis Martin


Blesseds Louis and Zelie Martin
are parents of St. Therese of
Liseaux. With the generosity and
holiness they exemplified to their
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members of
the community
Exercises
thoughtful care
in responding
to the needs
and feelings of
others.

Ready to be
available for
others

talents and resources


during school
programs/ activities.

Makes oneself
free in joining
school outreach
and spiritual
activities

Volunteers to work for


others who need help.

Confers
Positive
remarks as
often as
necessary

turned into a wealth of


generosity.
2 Co 9:11-13
Become rich in every
way and give
abundantly what you
give will become,
through us, a
thanksgiving to God.

children, all of their children


entered into religious life and one
of them became a saint.

1 Tim. 6:18
Let them do good, be
rich in good deeds and
be generous, let them
share with others.

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Values

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

10.Fortitude

Administrator

Personnel

The strength of mind


that enables one to
endure adversity with
courage.

Utilizes
challenging
situations to
improve school
services

Faces challenging
opportunities with
optimism and
confidence

Accepts challenging
opportunities to
become better
persons

Shows willingness
to cope with

Determines to cope

Remains

Lives of the Saints

Student
Proverbs 1:3
To acquire wellordered
knowledge, and
become just with
discernment and
integrity.

Venerable Matt Talbot - (1856 1925) From his early teens until
age 28 Matt's only aim in life had
been liquor. He was an alcoholic
But from that point forward, his
only aim was God. A life changing
experience led his conversion.
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steadfast on
difficult
circumstances
in the practice
of
administrative
duties

Discerns well
when faced
with dilemma
in the exercise
of ones duty
and
responsibility

difficult times in
respective
workloads

with the demand of


their studies

Holds a dauntless
spirit of resolution
to overcome
trials/problems in
life

Resists with courage


occasions to sin
specially those that
are seemingly
acceptable to their
generation.

Hebrews 2:18
Having been
tested through
suffering, he is
able to help those
who are tested.
Ephesians 3:13
So I ask you not to
be discouraged at
seeing the trials I
endure for you, but
rather to feel
proud because of
them.

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True to my Faith - total adherence in my response to Gods revelation in Christ
through the Power of the Holy Spirit
Related Values
1. Dependence in
God:

Behavioral Indicators
Administrator

Personnel

Student

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

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Recognizing our need


and God as the One
who can meet our
need.

Depends life
upon God - all
that we do is
brought before
the Lord.

Recognizes that all


we have comes
from God and all
the good that we
have is in and
through Christ

Submits all thoughts,


actions and words to
God. Simply and in
humility, asks God for
direction and provision
for the day

Begins and
ends the day
with
gratefulness
with God

Remembers God
as part of ones
thoughts, words
and deeds.

Acknowledges God
every single day of life
through sincere prayer

Seeks
inspiration and
wisdom from
God

Be grateful to God
as source of ones
strength, hope and
everything in life

Puts God first in


everything.

John 5:30
'I can do nothing on
My Own initiative. As
I hear, I judge; and
My judgment is just,
because I do not
seek My Own will,
but the will of Him
Who sent Me.")

St. Francis of Assisi publicly


renounced his patrimony and
material inheritance. He adopted
poverty as the most distinctive
spirit His Order.

John 5:17
"But He answered
them, 'My Father is
working until now,
and I Myself am
working.'
Phil 2:13
"For it is God Which
worketh in you both
to will and to do of
His good pleasure."

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RELATED VALUES

Behavioral Indicators

2. Perfection

Administrator

Being integrally whole


and entire in
accordance with its

Has the
obligattion to
model and

Personnel

Student

Shows to increase
integration through
conviction,affection

Adheres to
sanctifying grace and
the virtue of charity in

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Mattew 5:48
"be perfect, even
as your

St. Louis De Montfort


Christian perfection consists
primarily in charity.
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specific nature

strive for being


an integrated
person of
head, heart
and hand in
the perfection
of charity.
Is aware of
ones own
motivation and
does what
fulfills it.

and in conformity
with the
commitment made
at ones Baptism

cooperation with the


Holy Spirit

Does not settle for


less.

Finishes school works


on time with quality

Submits complete
requirements on
time

Tries to be better
every day in whatever
task is given

Aims and
accomplishes
the best

heavenly Father is
perfect"
James 1:4
And let
steadfastness
have its full effect,
that you may be
perfect and
complete, lacking
in nothing.
1 John 2:5
But whoever
keeps his word, in
him truly the love
of God is
perfected. By this
we may know that
we are in him:

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

3. Selflessness

Administrator

Acts of sacrificing
ones own interest for
the greater good

Is ready to
unselfishly sac
rifice
own interests

Personnel
Sacrifices time,
effort or
possessions with
no expectation of

Student
Acts completely for
the benefit of another,
without concern for
the self.

Colosians 3:14
"But above all
these things have
charity, which is

Lives of the Saints


.
In 1941 Maximillian Kolbe was
arrested again and sent to the
concentration camp at Auschwitz.
On July 31, 1941, in reprisal for
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in favor of the
interest
of another.

Puts the needs


of the
community
above instead
of always
acting in own
interest
Understands
how someone
else feels
before acting

receiving anything
in return including
recognition for the
act of giving.

the bond of
perfection" (

Considers first
others concern
before one self

Shows kindness and


love with other
schoolmates even
without being told or
receiving any reward

Takes action to
help others feel
good and make
them better

Is happy for the


happiness of others

Luke 1:26-38
Mary said,
"Behold, I am the
handmaid of the
Lord. May it be
done to me
according to your
word." Then the
angel departed
from her.

one prisoner's escape, ten men


were chosen to die. Fr. Kolbe
offered himself in place of a young
hus-band and father. He was the
last to die, enduring two weeks of
starvation
, thirst, and neglect.

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Related Values

Behavioral Indicators

4. Making a
Difference

Administrator

Personnel

To cause a change
in effect, to alter
the nature of
something

Effects a well
discerned
decision in
order to make
a difference for

Acts as role model


and creates positive
progress for
students access to
quality education

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Leviticus 11:47:
"To make a differe
nce between the
unclean and the cl
ean."

St. Peter Claver


St. Peter was a Spanish Jesuit
priest and missionary born in Verdu
(Catalonia) who, due to his life and
work, became the patron saint of

Student
Continues to
transform words to
actions, actions to
habits, habits
to character, and

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the common
good of the
institution.

character to destiny
Helps people obtain
their goals.

Is willing and
able to help
people and
meet their
needs.
Recognizes
and uses gifts,
talents and
abilities, with
wisdom, for
development
and maturity to
cause to a
better life.

Sees the needs of


others and lend a
hand to them
Facilitates others
bring happiness and
prosperity in their
own life

Does what one can


with what they
possess.

Matthew 5:13-16
You are the salt of
the earth, but if
salt has lost its
taste, how shall its
saltiness be
restored? It is no
longer good for
anything except to
be thrown out and
trampled under
people's feet. You
are the light of the
world. A city set on
a hill cannot be
hidden.

slaves, His life was consumed


defending Indian and African slaves
and fighting against the cruel
custom of slave trade in Europe

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Behavioral Indicators

5.Companionship

Administrator

Personnel

Student

A feeling of fellowship
existing among friends
and company

Lives or
associates
with another in
the capacity of
a helpful
friend and as
exemplar

Exhibit s pleasant
association with and
among people

Has someone to
know and like,
spreads the virtue of
friendship in forming
a better community.

Provides a
condition of being fri

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Jn 15:14-16
You are My friends
if you do what I
command you.
"No longer do I
call you slaves, for
the slave does not

Gradually a whole circle of "Friends


in the Lord, formed around
Ignatius of Loyola. They bonded
closely through the Spiritual
Exercises and they all became
"companions of Jesus" and
companions of one another.
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leader.

ends

Displays
animation and
good feeling
that comes
from being
with others.

Journeys together
with the joy,
success, pain and
struggle of fellow
workers.

Makes others do not


feel alone and ones
presence is felt by
others
Enjoys the time spent
together in the
classroom with
classmates and with
others schoolmates
in the campus

Shows
vibrancy in the
presence of
the coworkers/peers

know what his


master is doing;
but I have called
you friends, for all
things that I have
heard from My
Father I have
made known to
you. "You did not
choose Me but I
chose you.

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

6. Rapport:
A sympathetic
relationship of
mutual
understanding,
trust and agreement
between people

Administrator
Maintains
close
connection with
those in ranks
marked by
uplifting the
wellness of the

Personnel

Student

Develops the
strong capacity
to stimulate
positive emotions
among students
through better
classroom

Feels and acts with


a deep
kinship with other stu
dents and persons
while bringing forth
their best ability .

Ephesians 4:2
Always be humble and
gentle. Be patient with
each other, making
allowance for each
others faults because
of your love.

Lives of the Saints

Pope Francis:
Let each one of you think of a
person with whom you do not
get along, with whom you are
angry in silence. Think about
this person, pray for this
person, and let yourself
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institution and
community.

management and
instruction

Facilitates an
interpersonal
relationship with
members of the
academe by
considering each
others feeling or
ideas.

Builds a relationship
by finding shared
interests and
strengthen a bond by
being emphatic.

Establishes a
harmonious
mutual
understanding
with everybody

Communicates to
everyone a mutual
trust and
emotional affinity
with others.

Gets along with


others through
having things in
common.

Makes the
communication
process easier and
more effective

1 Thessalonians 5:11
Therefore encourage
one another and build
another up, just as you
are doing.

become merciful with this


person

Hebrew 3:13
Likewise, you who are
younger, be subject to
the elders. Clothe
yourselves, all of you,
with humility toward
one another, for God
opposes the proud but
gives grace to the
humble.

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

7. Perseverance

Administrator

Personnel

Steadfastness and
persistence in
adhering to a course
of action,
a belief, or a purpose.

Strives to
create a
school
community
that
reproduces a
warm and
intimate
atmosphere of

Maintain the effort


to do or achieve
something despite
difficulties, failure, or
opposition

Shows strong will in

Student
Persists in doing
school work
despite difficulty or
long periods
in achieving
success

James 1:12
Blessed is the one
who perseveres
under trial because,
having stood the
test, that person
will receive the

Lives of the Saints


St. Dominic founder of Order of
Preachers
persevered in organizing the
order, preaching, attracting new
members and establishing new
houses and applied the concept
of harmonizing
the intellectual life with peoples
needs.
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learning
Endures any
difficulties in
order to
achieve goals

striving to do the
necessary even
difficulties arise

Keeps on improving
oneself to be the best

Is aware and knows


when to go on and
when to stop on
doing things

Spends time doing


things one is good at.

crown of life that


the Lord has
promised to those
who love him.

Revelation 2:3
You have
persevered and
have endured
hardships for my
name, and have
not grown weary.

Continues
trying when
others give up

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Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text

8. Fairness

Administrator

The quality of making


judgments that is free
from discrimination
and corruption

Influences
decisions
in ways
marked by
impartiality or
honesty and
that is
standard and
acceptable in

Personnel

Student

Has
a disposition that
is free of favoritism
or bias or impartial

Considers
everything that has
an effect on
a situation, then
treats others equally
and conforms with
the established rules

Micah 6:8
What the LORD
requires of you:
Only to act justly,
to love tenderly,
and to walk humbly
with your God.

Lives of the Saints


St. Columban received a good
education and composed a
commentary on the Psalms. He
devoted himself, preaching the
Gospel, and especially giving an
example to all of fairness and
charity which he taught.

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school policy
Pays attention
to others
opinion with
less judgement
and prejudice
Implements
the same
standards for
everyone in
the same
situation.

Is consistent with
rules,
logic or ethics, free
from self-interest,
prejudice, or
favoritism
Listens to others
and tries to
understand what
one feel and say
and considers all the
facts, including
opposing views

Does not take


advantage of others

Matthew 20:16
So the last will be
first, and the first
last.

Is open-minded and
listens to others
ideas and
suggestions

Hebrews 6:10
For God is not
unjust so as to
overlook your work
and the love that
you have shown for
his name in serving
the saints, as you
still do.

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RELATED VALUES
9. Transparency

Refers to
clearness or
openness. One
can see clearly,
without anything
being hidden, lets
others see through

Behavioral Indicators
Administrator
Has no
hidden agendas
and conditions,
accompanied by
the
availability of
full information
required for collab

Personnel

Gives degree of
disclosure to which
agreements,
dealings, practices
and

Scripture Text

Lives of the Saints

Psalm 139:23
Search me, O God,
and know my heart: try
me, and know my
thoughts: And see if
there be any wicked
way in me, and lead
me in the way

St. Thrse of Lisieux,


a model of "simplicity and
transparency of her approach
to the spiritual life". At 15, she
became a nun, joined her 2
elder sisters in the Carmelite
community. She wrote in her
journal most of the events that

Student
Does things in
an honest way and
allows other people
to know exactly what
is being done.

Does not cheat and

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them

oration, cooperatio
n and
collective decision
making.
Expresses oneself
or purpose in a
clear, obvious and
can be easily
understood by all
Makes
agreements above
the table not under
the table.

is open without
secrets.

transactions are
open to all for

Is open and truthful in


the information
shared to others

verification

everlasting.
Luke 12:2
Nothing is covered up
that will not be
revealed, or hidden
that will not be known

happened to her innermost


being that inspired many to be
holy like her.

Proverbs 21:23
Whoever keeps his
mouth and his tongue
keeps himself out of
trouble.

Declares complete,
clear and honest
information.

Is willing to open
oneself up to
positive and
negative feedback,
and then address
both publicly.

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10. Single-

Behavioral Indicators
Scripture Text
Administrator

Personnel

Lives of the Saints

Student
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mindedness
Firm in purpose or
belief; characterized
by firmness
and determination
for having but one
aim and dedication to
achieve it.

Has the power


of intention on
the deepest
level to figure
out exactly the
intention of a
project
Sets to focus or
accomplish
goals with all
the external
conditions
around.

Focuses and
concentrates
attention/energy on
tasks

Desires to finish
projects with more
efficiency in less
time.

Determines to finish
the goal/task
assigned

Determines to have
one overriding
purpose or goal that
is to complete and
finish studies.

Sets out distractions


and erroneous
thoughts in order to
concentrate better.

Is dedicated in ones
work/task.

John 5:30
I can do nothing on
my own initiative.
Just as I hear, I
judge; and my
judgment is just
because I do not
seek my own will,
but the will of the
one who sent me.
Ps. 119:10
I'm single-minded
in pursuit of you;
don't let me miss
the road signs
you've posted.

St. Benedict of Nursia,


founder of Western monasticism
has the spirit of St. Benedict's
Rule which is summed up in the
motto of the Benedictine
Confederation: the ora et
labora ("pray and work"). This is
about pursuing this goal of
conversion with a particular
intensity and single-mindedness
that focuses life activities in
some respects.

Has a strong
willpower to
carry out ones
objective or
purpose

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