Mission Statement
Our mission is to empower our students to be lifelong learners in order to reach their greatest potential.

Vision Statement

In keeping with our mission, a learning partnership comprised of staff, families, and the community at large will promote a collaborative spirit in a safe and secure envirnonment to support the education of the whole child. In order to achieve these goals, we will make a commitment to:

Provide a challenging curriculum with effective teaching;
Promote a culture of respect which values diversity;
Empower our students to develop personal integrity and accountability.

Shared Values

We believe:
Our students are our purpose.
Our district focuses on our students and recognizes that each person has the ability to learn.
Our students are entitled to a safe, caring, learning environment.
All students want to succeed in some way and want to feel good about themselves.
All students should have the opportunity to learn using the most current material and technology available, in order to compete with the rest of the world.
All students should be encouraged to discuss their ideas and the ideas of others in the classroom instead of just rote memorization of facts.
The advancement of society depends on the development of individual talents, and that each student should be given the opportunity and resources to develop his/her talents to the utmost of their potential.
Our learning environment develops values of service, pride, excellence, and integrity.
Our students are encouraged to contribute to the community.
Our district strives for pride, excellence, and integrity.
Our heritage provides a foundation for good citizenship.
The role of all in the school community is to work cooperatively to support the needs of the students.
The partnership among the home, the school district, and the community has a direct correlation to the quality of the educational system and the experience of each student.
Every human has intrinsic value and unique gifts and talents.
Character counts and that honesty and integrity are essential to healthy relationships.
Schools are places to help all students develop and enhance their self-worth.
Students of today will live in a profoundly different future and we must address new challenges.
Global citizens require competencies in problem-solving, communication skills, technology, and teamwork.
Learning occurs within the entire school community when: (1) all who enter feel physically and emotionally safe and secure; and, (2) healthy minds and bodies are valued and encouraged.
Individuals are responsible for their choices and actions.
The family is the foundation for a successful community.

Strategic Plan Documents

Academic Standards and Assessment Report
Last Approved: 10/14/2008
Due Date: 9/30/2014

Teacher Induction Report
Last Approved: 9/25/2008
Due Date: 9/30/2014

Professional Education Report
Last Approved: 10/4/2011
Due Date: 9/30/2014

Special Education Report
Last Approved: 6/9/2011
Due Date: 4/30/2014

Educational Technology Report
Last Approved: 10/27/2011
Due Date: 9/30/2014

Student Services Report
Last Approved: 12/16/2008
Due Date: 9/30/2014

Academic Standards and Assessment Midpoint Review
Last Approved: 9/27/2011
Due Date: 9/30/2017

Special Education Plan Revision Notice
Last Approved: 7/1/2011