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Mission Statement

Gina Stacknick

Michael Gozelski

Jennifer Smith

Susan Smith

 
Mission Statement: To instill in our students that they must take partial responsibility for their own academic success, as well as, all other successes in life. Their success rate is determined by the choices they make and the behaviors they display. Students should be able to understand all the physical, mental, and social changes that occur during adolescence and identify positive ways to cope with these changes. We strive to provide a learning environment where the students feel safe to express their thoughts and feelings.

Together, we aim to achieve our mission statement by:

Encouraging parent support at home. It’s important for parents to reinforce the material we teach in the classroom. We encourage parents to keep a line of communication open at home, not only to discuss important topics with their children such as drug use, STD’s, etc., but also with us, who they may direct any questions or comments to that they may have about the topics we discuss in health.

Keeping ourselves updated in our subject area. It’s important for us to keep ourselves updated in health since it changes every single day. There is always a new drug that appears, or a rare disease that arrives.

Teaching our students the direct relationship between their own health and their own choices and behaviors. The choices you make everyday from the minute you wake up in the morning will affect your physical, mental, and social areas of health in some way. 

                                                                   healthy habits                                 

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