Life Long Learning Standards

Life-Long Learning Standards

The Life-Long Learning Standards were identified as key skills and habits for our students to develop in order to be empowered to be successful in their future endeavors.

Students will be collaborative workers who:

  • Define and work toward achievement of group goals.
  • Use interpersonal skills effectively
  • Acknowledge the opinions and contributions of others.
  • Perform a variety of roles within a group.


Students will be self-directed learners who:

  • Prioritize, evaluate and adjust personal actions affecting well-being.
  • Manage time efficiently.
  • Manage personal resources; e.g., money and property.


Students will be participants in society who:

  • Actively and positively contribute to a community (including the classroom).
  • Take responsibility for their actions.
  • Understand social issues and respect different points of view.


Students will be information processors who:

  • Use a variety of resources and techniques to gather information.
  • Adapt to new ideas and changing technologies.
  • Identify and select the appropriate resources and technologies for given tasks.


Students will be effective communicators who:

  • Speak clearly and correctly to a variety of audiences.
  • Read for understanding, listen actively and ask clarifying questions.
  • Express thoughts and convey information in correct written form.
  • Use the most appropriate medium to present information.


Students will be complex thinkers who:

  • Identify and solve problems in a variety of settings.
  • Make decisions reasonably, logically, and flexibly.
  • Recognize choices in applying ideas and concepts.