Integrity is to do what you say you will do.
Integrity refers to having an unwavering belief system that is grounded in honesty, fairness, and justice. A person who is said to posses integrity is one whose behavior reflects his/her convictions. Integrity can help you deal with peer pressure, relationship issues, and trivial temptations that may influence you to do things you really don't want to do. Try to look for integrity and everyday examples of it in action.
Students can display integrity by being prepared and focused on learning, and by believing that effort will lead to achievement.
Parents show integrity by supporting and partnering with the school to promote their children's success, and by communicating high expectations for their future.
Teachers epitomize integrity by educating students through engaging, challenging, and intentional instruction, in an environment that fosters excellence in learning.
Administrators maintain integrity by making daily decisions that align with the values vested in their school's vision statement.
We see evidence of integrity everyday.