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Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

Reading, writing and communication skills

Ethical, honest and healthy behavior

Applied knowledge and reasoning skills

Life-long learners  

 

Reading, writing and communication skills

  1. Students demonstrate that they possess reading and understanding skills and can effectively communicate ideas, opinions and information in writing.

  2. Students demonstrate proficiency in public and interpersonal communication skills, including speaking and listening.

  3. Students demonstrate that they can work effectively and collaboratively with other members of a team or group.

Ethical, honest, and healthy behavior

  1. Students demonstrate that they act honestly, ethically and responsibly toward themselves and others.

  2. Students practice good nutrition and fitness and avoid high-risk behaviors.

  3. Students demonstrate that they have multi-cultural understanding, and can function effectively in a diverse society.

Applied knowledge and reasoning skills

  1. Students possess math, logic and reasoning skills and are able to apply those skills in a variety of contexts.

  2. Students demonstrate the ability to engage in high-level critical thinking and reasoning, to think creatively, make decisions and solve problems.

  3. Students demonstrate practical application of knowledge and reasoning through community service.

Life-long learners

  1. Students demonstrate that they possess the essential knowledge and skills of self-management and effective work habits.

  2. Students demonstrate that they can access, process and utilize information using computers and other technological tools.

  3. Students demonstrate attitudes, skills, and knowledge necessary to successfully transition to their post high school academic and career plans.