Gabriel and Paul C. Farmer Table of Contents Chapter 2. Developing a Vision and a Mission Imagine that you have a rare weekend without any professional responsibilities: To take advantage of this unexpected free time, you and three friends decide to go on a fishing excursion to a lake known as one of the best largemouth bass habitats in the eastern United States.
Enable all students to become responsible, productive citizens in a changing world.
Goals Acquire, assess and apply knowledge from all disciplines as lifelong learners. Select and use thinking skills to solve problems individually or within groups. Effectively apply current technology. Practice a positive work ethic.
Practice wellness, social, civic, personal and environmental responsibility. Beliefs Students need to be willing learners. All students are responsible for personal decisions, actions and behaviors with appropriate consequences.
All students are unique with varying learning styles, abilities, strengths and interests and should be offered opportunities to maximize their capabilities. All students should be encouraged to develop their talents in school and other community activities.
Positive self-esteem promotes student achievement. Students want to succeed. Student success at each level of learning leads to success at the next level. Teachers are key facilitators of learning and problem solving rather than just providers of information.
All teachers have a desire to learn. All teachers should have a positive relationship with students and the community.
Students, teachers, patrons, parents and staff are accountable for success. The school, parents and patrons are responsible for supporting and nurturing students for optimal development.
Students and staff should be aware of and show consideration for individual and cultural differences.
The curriculum will address requirements of the work place and institutions of higher learning. Change is essential for human growth.
We are committed to the selection and retention of highly qualified teachers. We are responsible for recognizing and rewarding excellence in our staff. We shall foster open and honest communications among all parties in the educational setting for optimum development of human relationships.
We shall provide a safe environment for learning. We shall provide the tools necessary for education al all levels. Vision Statement The vision of the Chestnut Ridge School District is to establish and maintain an alliance among strdents, parents, community, administrators, teachers and staff, which will continually adapt to new situations by improving the education offered to our stud ents in order to prepare them for the ever-changing challenges of life.
LaSalle Public Elementary Schools Mission Statement The mission of the LaSalle Public Elementary Schools is to create a developmentally appropriate model of education, reflecting current practices and research and incorporating them into an environment which enhances the curriculum process, fosters continuing student learning and growth and encompasses district wide educational goals.
Mission Statement The promary purpose of our school is teaching and learning. It is our responsibility to develop the intellectual, vocational, physical, creative, cultural, and social capabilities of All our students to their maximum potential.
Our schools belong to the people of the community and we further realize that productive schools are built on partnerships of citizens, parents, and staff. Our school is an institution which serves the educational needs of the community.
We believe that as parents, administrators and teachers cooperate in educating students, they will be instrumental in structuring the environment which will allow the child to become educated. We believe that moral training should come from the home and we will support that training by modeling appropriate behavior.
It is imperative that the school prepares students for global citizenship. According to the blueprint, they should be able to perform as members of the family of mankind by showing respect for people of cultures different from their own, acting as stewards of the earth and its resources.Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide an educational environment that enables students to develop to their fullest potential through the cooperative effort of the total school community.
Kimball Elementary School Mission Statement and Goals The staff will strive to educate the whole child so that he/she develops mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially.
Education is the science of teaching and learning. Mission Statement. Kitty Hawk Elementary School seeks to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through development-appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles.
Every school should crisply articulate a mission statement and walk the talk." A former Colorado superintendent and nationally known speaker and consultant, Chavez believes not only that every district should have a mission statement, but that it should be brief and easy to state and remember.
Mission Statement. Kitty Hawk Elementary School seeks to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through development-appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles.
A mission statement is a statement of direction or purpose for an individual or an organization. Even if it isn't written down, it's a good idea for someone in your organization to create a mission statement and to make the statement known to others in the organization.