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ADA: SCHOOL DISTRICT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The goal of this school system is to accept responsibility for the development of each child into an adult who can stand confidently, participate fully, learn continually, and contribute meaningfully to society.

Six objects that contribute to the achievement of this goal, listed without priority in arrangement, define desirable outcomes to be incorporated into plans for the school system.

1. To ensure that each student develops proficiency in basic academic skills.

2. To ensure that each student develops the capacity to recognize and cope with the problems of an unknown future.

3. To ensure the development of meaningful, interpersonal relationships among students, staff and community.

4. To ensure maximum efficiency in the allocation of financial resources.

5. To ensure maximum efficiency in the allocation of material resources.

6. To ensure maximum efficiency in the allocation of human resources.

SOURCE: MASC

Adopted on: September 27, 2007


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