All students must develop the necessary skills and attitudes that will support success in the work place and continued learning throughout their lifetimes.
Everyone – students, parents, staff and community – should be involved in the educational process, including professional development.
Different learning styles need varied teaching techniques that encompass a variety of technologies.
Schools should be safe, child-centered environments with equal access for all to the educational process.
As part of a global community, cultural diversities must be recognized and respected.
Curriculum and Instruction Goal Statements
Provide teachers and administrators with current research information and staff development opportunities that will enable them to improve their skills, which will in turn impact students’ academic achievement.
Implement technology to effectively communicate, access information, manage/analyze data and research/solve problems.
Identify ways for students to demonstrate improvement in academic achievement.
Encourage child-centered environments that utilize active, cooperative and real-life learning experiences.