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Trustworthiness Be honest, reliable, and mindful of your own good reputation. Have the courage to do the right thing.
Respect Treat others with respect. Use good manners. Be considerate and tolerant of differences. Deal peacefully with anger, insults and disagreements.
Responsibility Do your best and do what you are supposed to do. Make wise choices and hold yourself accountable. Exercise self-discipline.
Fairness Be open-minded and listen to others. Play by the rules, take turns and share. Take advantage of no one and blame no one carelessly.
Caring Be compassionate, helpful, and kind. Express gratitude. Forgive others and yourself.
Citizenship Come prepared and participate and cooperate willingly. Be positive and honor the rules.
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