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Mission, Vision, ESLRs

Woodrow Wilson High School

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Our Mission

 

To provide a rigorous academic preparation for successful entry into institutions of higher learning and the job market for all students in a campus environment that is safe and supportive.

 

Our Vision

 

Woodrow Wilson High School provides a comprehensive and challenging academic preparation for successful entry into institutions of higher learning and the job market for all students in a campus environment that is safe and supportive. Standards for students in academics, behavior, and attendance are high and students are encouraged to be well-rounded academically, physically and socially. Connections with post secondary institutions of higher learning, various industry sectors and the community at large are part of the Wilson experience. Students are expected to work cooperatively in a diverse society of learners that encourages a culture of excellence. Students will become responsible citizens who accept individual differences and strive for campus harmony. Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community work in partnership to support learning. 

  

Our Expectations 

 

Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

 

Woodrow Wilson High School will produce students who are…

 

Effective Communications

  • Utilize the skills of reading, writing, speaking, technology, listening actively and responding
  • critically at or above state and district proficiency standards

Critical and Creative Thinkers

  • Utilize the skills of reasoning, calculating and processing information to solve problems and
  • make informed decisions at or above state and district proficiency standards
  • Show an appreciation for the visual and performing arts
  • Use original thinking to create works of art, develop innovative ideas and find solutions to problems

Career and College Ready

  • Understand how to effectively organize and structure work both individually and in teams
  • Research college and career opportunities and set realistic educational, vocational and personal goals
  • Realize the importance of accountability and moral conduct
  • Know important strategies for self-promotion in admissions and hiring processes such as resume

      writing, preparation of a portfolio and interview skills

 

… and who practice

 

Citizenship by…

  • Demonstrating personal integrity and ethical behavior
  • Displaying tolerance of diverse cultures and individual differences
  • Showing an understanding of how to resolve conflicts
  • Making healthy life choices
  • Accepting personal responsibility
  • Performing community service