St. Joseph School demonstrates tolerance in our community and it is very important in everyday life. Tolerance is accepting others for who they are and putting yourself in someone else's shoes. Tolerance can also relate to being patient with each other without getting frustrated.
We can demonstrate this by thinking how others might feel, and how they are treated. Tolerance also means to not get angry at other people when they are doing things you do not enjoy, agree or even like. If you do not agree with someone else's ideas, try to wait and understand without arguing. Some examples of tolerance are respecting and recognizing other's beliefs and practices, welcoming others that are different, and remembering that students sometimes understand and learn things at different paces.