BELIEF STATEMENTS

 

We believe in:

Caring, supportive staff members
Active learning experiences
Communicating high expectations for all students
Instructional innovations
Developing a sound attitude of good sportsmanship and fair play
Developing problem-solving skills
Developing confidence in one's ability and positive attitudes
Meeting each child's emotional, physical, creative, intellectual and environmental needs

 

We believe that:

Children should actively engage themselves in the learning process.
It is possible for everyone to learn.
Each student learns differently.
Students should always try their best.
Teachers should know their students and how they learn.
The greatest influence on student learning is what parents, teachers and the community model in their actions, thoughts and beliefs.
Change means trying something new, evaluating the outcome and then trying something even better.
Learning is lifelong and occurs in every aspect of an individual's life.
 
Last Modified on May 29, 2008