Mission & Vision

  • OUR VISION:
    Excellence in Teaching and Learning 
    “Connect, Innovate, Thrive, Lead”

    OUR MISSION:
    We put students first by providing an inclusive, future-focused, and collaborative learning environment that promotes safety, academic success, and personal growth.

Core Values & Beliefs

  • Students First:

    • Everything we do begins with our students.

    Employees Matter:

    • Employees are the driving force behind the success of every student.

    Innovation:

    • We prepare learners to be digitally literate, adaptable, curious, and creative.

    Dignity:

    • We honor, respect, and support all individuals and the inherent worth and value they bring from their backgrounds, identities, and personal experiences.

    Integrity:

    • We commit to transparency and honesty in all we do.

    Collaboration:

    • We listen, learn, and connect with others in support of shared vision.

Definitions

    • Diversity describes the spectrum of human similarities and differences. It refers to the composition of people associated with the organization Inclusion, on the other hand, describes the way an organization configures opportunity, interaction, communication, information, and decision-making to utilize the potential of diversity. It refers to the organizational environment.
    • Inclusion involves creating the structures, policies, and practices in organizational life that recognize the existence of multiple perspectives and signal the importance of learning from differences. Organizations might be diverse without being inclusive. (Vol 7, No 2 - January 2000, The Diversity Network)
    • Equity is achieved when all students receive the resources they need so they graduate prepared for success after high school.
    • Equitable practices ensure that schools are empowered to provide fair access and ensure that all students have the knowledge and skills to succeed as contributing members of a rapidly changing, global society, regardless of factors such as race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background, English proficiency, immigration status, socioeconomic status, or disability. (National School Boards Association Beliefs and Policies, 2017)