- account for our actions, attitudes words and their consequences;
- consider others’ needs;
- reflect on our actions and respond accordingly;
- accept constructive criticism;
- use technology ethically;
- contribute fully while collaborating with peers.
- prioritize academic tasks and manage time effectively;
- make decisions in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle including nutrition, physical fitness, and preventative care;
- make informed, thoughtful decisions regarding our emotional, physical and mental health;
- conduct ourselves appropriately in a variety of social situations;
- work diligently, independently or within collaborative groups.
- read actively and critically for information and understanding;
- write clearly and accurately for a variety of purposes;
- speak clearly and appropriately for the audience;
- listen attentively and openly to others;
- use multiple modes of creative expression;
- demonstrate cultural and digital age literacy.
- adapt to ever-changing learning environments;
- look for analytic and/or creative ways to identify, describe, and solve real-world problems;
- research, interpret, evaluate, analyze, and synthesize information from verbal, printed, and digital sources;
- demonstrate curiosity and intellectual risk-taking
- accept others with kindness and openness;
- expand our awareness of and appreciation for the global community;
- treat others ethically with honesty and integrity;
- accept diversity and recognize the different ways we learn, think, look, and live.
- Critical Thinking: Reading, listening, and research skills to gather, interpret, synthesize and evaluate information while using a variety of methods and technologies.
- Communication: Demonstrate learning through creative, multiple modes of expression which include but are not limited to various technologies.
- Responsibility: Demonstrate responsibility by being flexible and adaptable while working independently and collaboratively to accomplish tasks.
- Decision-Making: Plan for and make healthy lifestyle decisions.
- Citizenship: Understand the rights and responsibilities of a citizen in a diverse democratic society and be thoughtful, accepting, reflective, and active citizens in the school and larger community.
Basic School Supply List
- A sling bag or other small bag (We discourage students from carrying large backpacks during the school day)
A calculator (some Math or Science teachers require a specific type of calculator, so it might be best to wait until school begins)
No. 2 pencils or mechanical pencils
Ballpoint pens (blue or black are best)
Four spiral-bound or composition notebooks (one for each course)
A three-ring binder with at least four dividers (one for each course)
Four pocket folders (one for each course)
Loose-leaf notebook paper
A three-hole punch
A small notebook to record assignments
A calendar for scheduling events and due dates
Teachers may recommend other supplies based on specific course requirements
**Students are discouraged from bringing personal electronic devices**
The school will provide a ChromeBook to ALL students, students may have cellphones but should not use them during class time. Additional devices will put a strain on our network
College and Career Related Information
Driving, Riding, and Parking Info
Food Services (Chartwells)
National Honor Society