District Vision

 

When students graduate from Campbell R-II School, they will not only be empowered as life-long learners, but they will also be responsible and respectful citizens who are equipped to make positive contributions to society.

 

Our goals include:

  • Providing a climate for learning

  • Implementing the principles of a professional learning community

  • Providing effective instruction

  • Strengthening instructional leadership

  • Maintaining high expectations for achievement

  • Involving parents and the larger community

  • Establishing an effective curriculum

 

We will provide a climate for learning by:

  • Showing school pride.
  • Promoting a safe, orderly, caring, positive, and supportive environment and experiences.
  • Having a low student to teacher ratio.
  • Encouraging and recognizing success and value among students and staff.
  • Fostering students' self-esteem with positive and inviting relationships among students and staff.

 

We will implement the principles of a professional learning community in order for our staff to:

  • Collaborate with colleagues.
  • Monitor results closely to adjust teaching styles when necessary.
  • Use date to support remediation for weak areas.
  • Improve faculty members' craft through on-going professional development.
  • Ensure that all students acquire the time and support to learn to their full potential.
  • Proudly accept responsibility for the learning process of all students

 

We will provide students with effective instruction that:

  • Models the qualities of good character (respect, support and personal integrity) with both colleagues and students.
  • Is developmentally appropriate.
  • Actively engages each student in learning using a variety of effective strategies.
  • Uses management practices to enhance learning.
  • Provides new and innovative teaching techniques, including the use of technology.
  • Adapts to different learning styles.
  • Integrates techniques for different learning styles.

 

We will strengthen instructional leadership by:

  • Having certified staff members that are highly qualified for each of the positions they hold.
  • Being effective in our positions.
  • Maintaining a high degree of professionalism.
  • Caring for and being dedicated to all students.
  • Valuing collegiality and empowerment through honest and open communication within and between departments.

 

We will maintain high expectations for achievement by:

  • Empowering all students to reach their fullest potential.
  • Maintaining high standards for all.
  • Motivating students to succeed.
  • Helping students to feel successful at every level of achievement.
  • Communicating clear expectations and specific academic and behavioral goals.
  • Emphasizing responsibility.
  • Creating a challenging learning environment.
  • Providing students equitable opportunities to learn and to experience involvement in activities.
  • Setting realistic goals for achievement for each student.

 

We will create a partnership with parents and the larger community by:

  • Maintaining a positive and supportive atmosphere through communication.
  • Seeking input from parents and community members through collaboration.
  • Providing opportunities for parent and community involvement/participation.
  • Sharing ownership in student learning and school pride.
  • Working well with outside agencies.

 

We will create a curriculum that:

  • Is aligned with state and national standards.
  • Articulates essential learning outcomes.
  • Is vertically aligned throughout grade levels.
  • Is aligned with instruction and assessment.
  • Emphasizes academics but also provides a solid foundation in:
  •   Technology,
  •   Health Education,
  •   Character Education,
  •   Career Centered Education,
  •   Dual-Credit Courses,
  •   Gifted Education, and
  •   Fine Arts.