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Student Outcomes


  1. Students will possess and apply essential knowledge in the core curriculum.
    • Meet or exceed grade-level standards at their grade level and some standards at the next grade level in English-language arts, mathematics, science, and social science

    • Comprehend reading material in a variety of content areas

  2. Students will be critical, creative, and complex thinkers.
    • Utilize primary source information to produce a finished product, defend an opinion, develop an original idea, etc. 

    • Be able to reason quantitatively, evaluate, solve a problem, synthesize information and ideas, apply knowledge, and make logical deductions and predictions

    • Be able to make personal judgments about validity, usefulness, and the ethical nature of the information

    • Produce a project that demonstrates analysis and synthesis

    • Develop the ability of self-assessment and peer-assessment

    • Develop metacognitive skills and the ability of self-reflection

  3. Students will be effective communicators.
    • Write, speak, and listen effectively

    • Write in various genres, using correct grammar and mechanics, logical structures, and appropriate voice

    • Demonstrate the ability to communicate knowledge, ideas, opinions, responses, feelings, or values

    • Give a presentation or performance in which the student reflects confidence, expression, and clear enunciation

  4. Students will function effectively in a technological environment.
    • Know how to use technological resources, both longstanding and newly developed

    • Use technological resources to gather accurate and meaningful information

    • Use technology to present information

  5. Students will demonstrate and accept responsibility for learning both individually and collaboratively.
    • Engage in individual activities that require goal setting, research, planning, and self-assessment

    • Develop organization skills for work and self

    • Engage in activities that are designed to require group participation, presentation, and evaluation

    • Demonstrate personal responsibility for learning by timely, thoughtful completion of products and assignments

  6. Students will demonstrate respect for self and the diversity of others.
    • Adhere to District/school/class rules and policies

    • Demonstrate respectful behavior in class and school activities

    • Demonstrate an awareness of and respect for diverse cultures, lifestyles, and ideas

  7. Students will conduct themselves with academic and personal integrity.
    • Exhibit character traits such as honesty, trustworthiness, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy, and patience

    • Complete work that reflects original thinking

    • Accept the responsibility for and understanding of the consequences of their decisions and actions