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Shared Values

Shared Values of the Conneaut School District

  • Parents and family are vital parts of the learning process.
  • All learning should occur in a safe and healthy environment.
  • Students must develop their skills and the desire to become life-long learners.
  • All students can learn and achieve success.
  • Learners develop at different rates and have varying learning styles.
  • All students have the right to equal access to an education.
  • Parents, teachers, and staff must serve as positive role models for students.
  • The use of current technology is essential to education.
  • The community can and should serve as a resource for learning.
  • Effective teachers are the most essential element in the educational process.
  • Extra-curricular and athletic programs are integral to the educational process.
  • The community must take an active interest in the welfare and education of all children and their success or failure.
  • Students will understand and respect cultural, religious and ethnic differences.
  • The Board and Administration must provide professional development and growth opportunities for all employees.
  • Learners should be accountable for their own actions.
  • Teachers, administrators and parents must set high expectations for student learning.
  • Administrators should know how to manage, monitor, and work with people.
  • All members of the school community must be treated with respect.
  • The district should provide a well-rounded and challenging curriculum.
  • Operation of the school district must be a shared responsibility of the school, community, and parents.
  • All students should feel their input is important.
  • Students must be offered hands-on and vocational learning experiences.
  • Students should be recognized for positive contributions.
  • Teachers must work together cooperatively.
  • Students should value creative thinking and the arts.
  • Assessment should be authentic and useful in guiding instruction for the students.
  • Employees should have a strong desire to be the best they can be.