In order to provide every student with the excellent educational climate they deserve, our behavioral expectations are driven by truth, trust, active listening, no put downs, and personal best. Doing one's personal best means caring and using the life skills of effort, teamwork, common sense, problem-solving, motivation, responsibility, initiative, confidence, and perseverance.
We feel that these are important life skills that will help promote a positive teaching and learning environment. Primary development of these skills will take place in the home and classroom.
The entire staff is dedicated to assist parents and teachers in promoting these behaviors in their students. Communication between the home and the school is key for each student's success.
School authorities have been delegated the Public Law responsibility for providing the appropriate learning climate.