WHY THE WOLVES?
Wolves are symbolic of our school’s vision and students in the following ways:
1. They PERSEVERE.
Wolves face the obstacles of a wilderness, being persistent in finding what they need to be successful. They make hard choices and refuse to fail or give up.
2. They believe in COMMUNITY.
Each wolf has a role in a pack, or group. They work together for success by helping and caring for each other. A wolf is loyal. They respect and protect their environment.
3. They take RESPONSIBILITY.
They realize that each action affects others in the group. They admit when they are wrong, and apologize to the rest when it is necessary. They are never late and always face the wilderness prepared.
4. They value EDUCATION.
They are naturally curious, teach each other and learn by doing and experiencing new things. They realize that creativity, knowledge and strategy help you become successful.
5. They NAVIGATE.
Wolves handle challenges by listening and communicating with each other and placing their trust in the rest of the pack.
6. There is always ACCEPTANCE.
Wolves don’t allow differences in color to affect their treatment of others. Each one’s fur is as different and diverse as the next. They recognize their differences, do not discriminate and always eat alongside each other, together.
7. They need to be UNDERSTOOD.
They are misjudged. Wolves are thought of as the outsider and a problem that should be ignored. In fact, they are the complete opposite. They just need to be given a chance.