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School-Wide Learning Expectations

 
School-wide Learning Expectations are defined as what a student should know, understand and be able to do by graduation. These learning expectations have been collaboratively developed by our Students, Parents, Teachers, Staff and School Board, reflecting the School Policy and Mission Statement of St. Viator Parish School.
 
Through our School-wide Learning Expectations our goal is to develop active faith-filled Catholics who are life-long achievers, effective communicators, responsible decision makers, and culturally aware/global citizens.

St. Viator Parish School students are:

 1. Active Faith-Filled Catholics who:
        a.  pray everyday
        b.  live each day as Jesus did
        c.  demonstrate a spirit of service
        d.  share the teachings of Jesus with others
        e.  understand and participate in the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church

 

 2. Lifelong Learners who:
        a.  love to learn
        b.  use and apply basic skills
        c.  develop independence in learning
        d.  utilize critical thinking skills
        e.  appreciate fine arts
        f.   value every life situation as a learning experience

3. Effective Communicators who:
        a.  speak well
        b.  listen to others
        c.  write ideas clearly
        d.  read with understanding and enjoyment
        e.  understand the tools of technology and use them responsibly

4. Responsible Citizens who:
        a.  make good choices
        b.  think before they act
        c.  help and take care of others
        d.  accept accountability for their actions
        e.  recognize, appreciate, and use their God-given talents

5. Culturally Aware/Global Citizens who:
       a.  follow the Golden Rule
       b.  respect themselves and each other
       c.  are peacemakers
       d.  appreciate and care for all of God’s creation
       e.  recognize that everyone is equal in God’s eyes

 

Indicators/Rubrics for School-wide Learning Expectations

 

School-wide Learning Expectations are defined as "What students should know, understand, value, and be able to do by graduation."  The following pages will detail the manner in which we achieve these expectations as well as the rationale for this process.  To view indicators click on the individual Rubric:

 
A School-wide Learning Expectation of significance is an expectation that is a result of meaningful and authentic learning experiences over time. Learning will be able to exhibit a culmination of their learning in a real world context that has significant purpose and meaning for them and others. (Adapted from Fontana USD) At St. Viator Parish School, all students will be equipped with the knowledge, competencies, and orientations needed for success in a thinking, meaning-centered curriculum.
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