all students at all levels must learn their role as a citizen in a multicultural democracy.
all students at all levels can be successful when given access to the highest levels of curriculum in a variety of ways and environments.
learning is characterized by the active participation of all students at all levels. A constant feature of the learning process is its emphasis on manipulatives, teamwork, individual learning styles, multiculturalism, technology and applied learning.
learning should take place in a safe, comfortable, physically attractive environment and in an atmosphere of respect and fairness.
learning is maximized in small, intimate families composed of caring students and adults.
the role of the teacher is to guide learning through a variety of standards-based instructional strategies.
learning begins with commitment by all stakeholders to be on time and prepared.
learning develops the capacity for critical thought and effective communication by ensuring that all students at all levels learn to read, write, reflect and report.
learning is goal-oriented and develops a sense of personal commitment by all students at all levels to themselves, the school and community, our country , the global community.
the school, community and all stakeholders have the responsibility to address the academic, social, physical and psychological needs of all students.
all students have the right to be included in all community school activities.
the whole child is best developed when applied learning and fine arts are part of the core curriculum.
learning is improved when all stakeholders are represented in shared decision making.
life long learning is promoted by a school that serves its community and a community that serves its school.
it is the schoolograms.
assessment should drive instruction, be ongoing, foster individual learning styles and be demonstrable.
- learning is improved when all stakeholder groups participate in and implement professional growth activities that are meaningful and relevant.