District Beliefs and Vision
A common goal shared is to raise achievement expectations for students and staff. In doing so, we will provide the needed time and dollars to develop skills, methods, curriculum, classroom space, and technology to meet the achievement expectations. All student activities – academic, vocational/technical, co-curricular and extra-curricular will be utilized to develop motivated, life-long learners. These students, when assessed, will indicate the success of meeting and exceeding the raised expectations.
The concern for the process and assessment goals should not overshadow the need for encouragement of students and staff to progress beyond their present achievement levels. The partnership of students and staff should produce mature decision-makers. At the end of the day both student and staff should say, “I made a difference today.”
To accomplish this vision it will require, to some degree, each of the following ideas: