Our Vision

We believe that:

  • All decisions will be made placing children first.
  • All students and staff will be safe and the buildings and grounds will be maintained.
  • Staff evaluations will be instructional and informative, and will be connected to professional development and an overall culture of continued learning.
  • All staff will be prepared to utilize current technology.
  • There will be consistency in curriculum as well as behavioral expectations.
  • Data will be used effectively and staff will be trained on how to use data to drive instruction.
  • Students and staff will be empowered by a variety of academic and non-academic leadership opportunities.
  • Everyone’s strengths will be developed and utilized.
  • Instruction will foster independent thinking and content area skills to enhance student creativity, curiosity, individual interests, and to promote student success.
  • Our schools will have a system for early identification of students at risk.
  • Our schools support inclusive practices.
  • Students will have access to the academic, physical and social services and support they need to be successful.
  • A student’s school day will not be impacted by transportation schedules.
  • Communication will occur across district and across disciplines.
  • Student input on classroom activities is important.
  • Before and after-school activities will be available to all students.
  • The school culture will be inviting, supportive, and engaging.
  • It is important that every child has a connection to an adult in the building.
  • There will be evidence of respect among all staff and students.
  • Staff will embrace change.
  • There will be many opportunities for parents to attend school events and visit classrooms.
  • Families and community members will feel comfortable when visiting and contacting the school.
  • Positive relationships among students, staff, and community will be encouraged.
  • Families will have opportunities to understand the schools’ curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
  • All staff, parents, and community members will understand the skills needed to be successful 21st century learners.
  • Resources for parents will be available to meet the needs of the whole child.
  • Multiple communication methods to enhance student learning and family partnerships is essential.
  • Family and community volunteers are essential for a positive school culture.
  • Students will be supported during the transition between schools.
  • Staff and administrators will collaborate on important school decisions
  • All students will have opportunities for enrichment.
  • All staff will adhere to the high standards of professionalism.
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