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School Learning Expectations

School Learning Expectations

Our school philosophy states, β€œAll Souls Catholic School is a community of faith where we believe that each child is a unique creation of God, blessed with a special set of talents and gifts.” All member of the school community work in partnership to guide each child in the development of his/her potential. It is our goal therefore, to graduate students who are:

ACTIVE CHRISTIANS who:    

   *  have a basic knowledge of the teachings of Christ and the Catholic Church, basic prayers, and the use of the Bible

  *  demonstrate their faith by sharing their time and resources in the service of others

  *  have developed a moral conscience and make decisions in the light of Gospel values

  *  witness their faith through respect of God, self, and other participate in communal Liturgical celebrations

 
CONFIDENT COMMUNICATORS who:
 

     *  express themselves effectively in both written and oral form

     *  speak clearly and confidently

     *  listen critically and compassionately

     *  use technology responsibly for learning, communication, and enjoyment

  

 
 

FULLY INTEGRATED INDIVIDUALS who:

  *  understand and utilize their own unique gifts and talents and appreciate the unique gifts and talents of others

  *  approach life and learning with a sense of self worth

  *  work independently and collaboratively

  *  possess basic athletic skills and demonstrate good sportsmanship

  *  practice good health habits and personal hygiene

 

LIFE LONG LEARNERS who:

*  possess a solid foundation of basic skills which enable them to communicate effectively and solve problems independently

*  demonstrate curiosity and enthusiasm for learning

*  think critically and creatively

*  recognize and utilize their own strengths and weaknesses as guidelines for self-improvement and enrichment

*  possess organizational and study skills

 

 

RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS who:

   *  represent their families, parish, and school with pride and decorum

   *  recognize and appreciate their personal heritage as well as the cultural diversity of society

   *  understand the need for different points of view in making well-informed choices and decisions

   *  demonstrate self-control and assume responsibility for their own actions

   *  possess the social skills necessary for peaceful conflict resolution

   *  are ecologically responsible