McClintock

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About McClintock

VISION STATEMENT

 
McClintock High School provides a comprehensive, innovative and diverse curriculum supported by an array of extracurricular programs. With community and staff support, students meet high expectations and develop personal responsibility, leading to rewarding futures. McClintock High School students find purpose in education, value in excellence, and meaning in Charger traditions.
 
MISSION STATEMENT 
 

The mission of McClintock High School is to:

  • challenge and support students through research-based practices and proactive interventions
  • engage students in educational purpose and personal responsibility
  • promote pride and participation in Charger traditions
  • offer a wide array of extra-curricular activities
  • involve parents and community 
 MCCLINTOCK SCHOOL GOALS 2015-16
  1. Teachers will implement the Formative Assessment Process to monitor and adjust instruction, and to assess what students have learned.
  2. We will increase the pass rate for freshmen and sophomore classes. 
  3. Teachers will diversify the instructional processes to achieve a greater balance of 3s, 4s, 5s, and 6s, as measured by the IPI Student Data Collection process in comparison to the 2014-2015 school year.
  4. We will decrease the number of unexcused/unverified absences by 10%
 
MCCLINTOCK IS A NATIONAL DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL!
 
Congratulations to everyone involved for attaining this prestigious award. To read about the full story, please click here.

MCCLINTOCK IS AN A+ SCHOOL

McClintock High School has been labelled an "A+ school" by the Arizona Educational Foundation. We have also earned the label of "A"under the AZ LEARNS accountability system.
 

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District Announcements

  • Website changes: We will be making some changes to our website over the coming weeks and months. We appreciate your patience as we make these changes, which we believe will make it easier to find the information you need as a parent, student, or staff. Please contact webmaster@tempeunion.org for any questions or comments. Thank you for your patience during this transition.
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Public Meeting Notices

The next Governing Board meeting will be September 2, 2015 starting at 7:00 pm.
 
All meetings are held in the Benedict Education Center Board Room; 500 W. Guadalupe Rd. Tempe, AZ 85283

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