Thunderbirds Standards of Behavior
1. Respect the rights of others.
2. Follow directions.
3. Use time wisely.
4. Work cooperatively.
5. Talk at appropriate times.
Hallway Standards of Behavior
1. Walk on the right.
2. Walk silently – no running.
3. Walk in a single file.
4. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
Because student behavior directly impacts student learning, one of the most important lessons education should teach is character development. While this does not appear as a subject, it underlies the whole education structure. Character Education leads to the development of self-discipline, which is the key to good conduct and proper consideration of other people.
The Moseley staff members are committed to being models of good character. They also spend time working with students on character development and the teaching that having good character can make a difference not only in the discipline of a child at school, but also in the success of the child beyond school.
The Grand Prairie Independent School District had adopted a character education program to ensure that all students will develop the self-discipline to enter the "real world" as productive, educated, and ethical citizens. This program is based on the "Six Pillars of Character" which transcend divisions of race, creed, politics, gender, and wealth. They are trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. Students will be expected to demonstrate these traits. In order for the district to achieve this goal, the Mike Moseley Staff include character education in their behavior management plans for their classrooms as well as integrate it into the curriculum when possible.