Consistent personal accountability is essential in developing responsible citizens.
The family is the primary influence in the development of the person.
Learning is a lifelong process.
Hard work, perseverance and overcoming the fear of failure develop character and are a foundation for success.
Tolerance and respect of diversity are essential for a healthy, cohesive society.
Learning is maximized when instruction is personalized.
Developing the whole person enriches both the individual and society.
Parents have primary responsibility for the education, health and welfare of their children.
Within the school
environment and by the year 2020,
all students will:
1. Be entrepreneurial learners. Entrepreneurial learners are: confident, problem solvers, calculated risk takers, resilient, creative forward thinkers, resourceful, able to take initiative, collaborative, responsible, self-advocates and confident public speakers.
2. Meet or exceed district-adopted grade level proficiency standards in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and P.E. based upon multiple assessments or other criteria stated in a special needs plan.