Every student is a unique, worthy individual with the right to an education that meets his or her physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
Effective classroom management and a safe, caring, and positive school environment promote respect, responsibility, productivity, and achievement.
Curriculum and instruction should remain flexible to prepare students for individual and family life, citizenship, the workplace, higher education, and lifetime recreational activities.
Students learn best when exposed to a variety of teaching methods and when challenging expectations are required.
Students should explore other cultures and develop an appreciation for the visual and performing arts.
Education is the combined responsibility of the student, parent, educator, and community.
Every student has the right to an education that includes the necessary technological understanding and skills required in a complex and rapidly changing world.