100% of students graduate with a high school credential. (High School Diploma, GED, Adult Ed Diploma)
All graduates will earn a proficiency-based diploma by demonstrating proficiency in content-specific learning outcomes (beginning with the Class of 2018).
All students are prepared for college and careers in the 21st century by demonstrating reading, writing, and math skills at or above their grade level and by making at least a year's growth in a year's time.
Raise student aspirations so that all students are engaged in learning and planning fulfilling post-secondary pursuits.
Identify and utilize new means of engaging parents and the community in support of
student learning and to raise student aspirations.
Maintain Professional Learning Communities that allow teachers to work collaboratively to examine student work,
data, and discuss teaching practices in order to improve student learning.
Increase the personalization and authenticity of learning opportunities in order to engage students.
Design and implement a system of supports and interventions which allows all students to access the help that they need to earn a diploma.
Continue developing and implementing a proficiency-based (standards-based) diploma including coursework, a Senior Portfolio, and Personalized Learning Plans.
Improve literacy and math support in all content areas so that students can master the basic skills needed for post-secondary education and careers.
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