We provide dynamic learning opportunities that inspire, develop, and support all students.
Our students’ intellectual, social, physical, and creative education will prepare them to be citizens of an ever-changing global society.
Our Core Values
1. Respectful: We believe in creating a safe, secure learning environment where respect, honesty, and appreciation of individual differences are fostered.
2. Responsible: We believe that motivating students to become independent “self-directed” learners leads to taking responsibility for their own learning.
3. Ready to Learn: We believe that all students deserve the opportunity to come to school ready to learn and prepared for the experience each and every day as evidenced by their ability to be cooperative and always giving their “best” effort! To achieve these ends, students will:
- Resourceful: Have the ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome challenges and difficulties.
- Reflective: Have the ability to who reflect on things--that is, look back at things that have been done or said remains think calmly and quietly about them.
- Courageous: Have the ability to be brave and take risks when presented with a challenge or difficulty.
- Equity: Have the ability to provide others with what they need in a fair, equitable, and meaningful way - so they may access the teaching and learning opportunities of our regional school district.
- Collaborative: Have the ability to work jointly with others “together,” especially in an intellectual endeavor!
- Pride: Have the ability to demonstrate reasonable and justifiable self-respect for our schools and the community.
- Safety (Health & Wellness): Have the ability to be free from harm or danger so that our learning environment remains safe and healthy places to learn and focused upon the promotion of healthy life choices/decisions.
Our educators are focused on the consistent individual growth of the students so that they are "college, career, and life ready!" This speaks to the importance of holding students accountable for what they are capable of and offering them the resources enabling them to grow exponentially throughout the year.
Educating our students is not a precise science. It requires a rigorous ongoing cycle of monitoring, reflection, and revision with an element of flexibility. We need to account for the individual strengths and weaknesses of our students in each classroom district-wide. The "success" of our work is consistently being discussed across our school community whether it be in assessment, department or at school committee meetings.