District Vision Statements

  • Student-centered learning opportunities with an emphasis on background knowledge, reading, writing, and mathematics.
  • The establishment of a learning environment that supports reflective thinking and a free exchange of ideas.
  • The use of MAP testing to facilitate curriculum revision, differentiated instruction, and targeted student interventions.
  • To monitor student progress to insure one year of growth for one year of experience.
  • To provide diverse learning opportunities that result in life-long learning.
  • The use of teacher feedback to encourage students to revise ideas, connect learning to life experiences, and apply learning to future work.
  • The facilitation of teacher collaboration to identify and solve problems.
  • To provide rich staff development opportunities to maximize student learning.
  • To promote civility and mutual respect in the school environment.