• Courage

    I can demonstrate courage in ATHS classrooms, the school, and the community.

    Sample Learning Targets

    Classroom

    School

    Community

    I am willing to risk failing in order to have more success.

    I am willing to revise and improve my work and products in class.

    I advocate for my learning.

    I can ask others to eliminate distractions in order to create a good learning environment.

    I will reach out to build relationship beyond my immediate circle of friends.

    I am able to take safe risks/move into learning zone as part of outdoor education/adventure activities (like on the challenge course).

    I can stand up for someone who needs a voice in our school.

    I can disagree with my friends in order to do the right thing.

    I can stand up for someone who needs a voice.

    I am aware of issues in my community and can take a stand on something that is important to me.

    I can advocate for the school and the school community in a larger community context (school district, West Linn/Wilsonville HS, communities)

     

    Levels of Courage

    4

    Exhibits courage by addressing personal challenges, building a circle of support, seeking new opportunities outside of comfort zone, and takes on leadership within different areas of life. Serves as a role model and inspiration for others to be courageous.

    Leader

    Crew

    3

    Frequently exhibits courage by addressing personal challenges, building a circle of support, and seeking new opportunities outside of comfort zone.

    Contributor

    2

    Rarely, but sometimes exhibits courage by addressing personal challenges, building a circle of support, and seeking new opportunities outside of comfort zone.

    Participant

    1

    Avoids addressing personal challenges, building a circle of support, and seeking new opportunities outside of comfort zone.

    Detractor

    Passenger