SCHOOLWIDE LEARNING EXPECTATIONS (SLE)
A Follower of Jesus who…
- Knows prayers and goes to church.
- Knows right from wrong.
- Respects and loves others.
A student who…
- Enjoys learning and wants to learn.
- Uses computers.
- Knows how to write, read, and do math.
- Makes good decisions and thinks before acting.
An Individual who…
- Knows that his/her choices and actions affect himself/herself and others.
- Accepts peoples’ differences.
- Uses his/her words to show what he/she thinks and feel.
A True-believer who…
- Accepts responsibility for his/her choices and actions.
- Wants to help others.
- Loves our country.
- Cares for God’s creatures.
A Healthy person who…
- Loves his/her school.
- Shows good manners.
- Exercises, eats properly, stays clean, and plays fair.
- Knows that family, friends, school, and God are important.
Faithful and moral Christians who:
- Participate in liturgy and prayer.
- Practice Catholic religious and moral values.
- Demonstrate sound decision making skills based on Christian morals.
- Live out the Gospels by responding to injustices in our community.
Academically prepared, life-long learners who:
- Make practical applications of the skills they learn.
- Demonstrate their technological competence in basic computer skills.
- Communicate well through reading, writing, speaking and listening.
- Possess and apply strong critical thinking skills in all academic areas.
Independent and self-confident problem-solvers who:
- Set goals for themselves and are motivated to achieve those goals.
- Practice conflict resolution when dealing with problems.
- Use their strong communication skills to express their personal beliefs and values.
Thoughtful and respectful citizens who:
- Take responsibility for their actions.
- Demonstrate appreciation for diversity by respecting others’ differences.
- Participate in community service.
- Study and form opinions about local, national, and global issues.
- Value the world’s resources by conserving, recycling, and reusing.
Helpful leaders who:
- Demonstrate leadership in their school.
- Practice basic courtesy skills.
- Demonstrate pride in themselves and their school.
- Help their families, peers, school, and church.