Creekview Chiefs engage in creative thinking, collaboration, and exploration by being respectful, responsible and having integrity.
Creekview faculty and staff also teach principles of behavior that assist children to interact successfully with their peers and adults.
1. Put people up not down.
2. Use appropriate language.
3. Be where you belong.
4. Safety for all: keep hands, feet and objects to self.
5. Obey those in authority without "PAW"ing (Pouting, Arguing or Whining).
Students are also taught appropriate behaviors for the following social skills:
3. Giving a Compliment
4. Accepting a Compliment
5. Making an Apology
6. Making a Request
8. Following Instructions
9. Accepting “No” as an Answer
10. Accepting Feedback or Correction
11. Reporting Behavior
12. Interrupting Appropriately
13. Working Together
14. Getting the Teacher’s or an Adult’s Attention