Opening Doors to the Future
“How can we better share the responsibility for student success?”
PARENTS SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH:
- TIME: Prioritizing education; communicating importance of learning; supporting student learning at home.
- INVOLVEMENT: Supporting students and staff through volunteerism and participation; being aware of expectations and student progress.
- BELIEFS/MESSAGES: Taking responsibility to set high expectations, believing success is possible, and providing a home environment supporting educational pursuits.
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH:
- TIME: Collectively responsible for students attending school every day on time, rested, prepared and ready to learn.
- INVOLVEMENT: Volunteering to share expertise and knowledge; coordinating services that support students and learning; investing in expanded opportunities.
- BELIEFS/MESSAGES: Expecting that all students can learn; honoring success influences desire to learn; communicating that education matters.
STUDENTS SUPPORT THEIR LEARNING THROUGH:
- TIME: Embracing what influences learning; correlating time and choices with academic success; taking responsibility for their education.
- INVOLVEMENT: Students helping students learn; recognizing and honoring success.
- BELIEFS/MESSAGES: Embracing learning as ‘cool’; advocating for themselves is powerful; accountability and value for education matters.
EDUCATORS SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH:
- TIME: Focusing available time on effective instruction; delivering instruction efficiently and effectively; maximizing available resources.
- INVOLVEMENT: Consistently working toward increasing student achievement; using communication with parents and students effectively; actively participating in collaborative teams.
- BELIEFS/MESSAGES: Believing that all students can learn; supporting the needs of individual students delivers achievement gains; engaging parents in their child’s education has a positive affect.
Serving the Community,
John Steach Ed. D