Each year, the Clinton High School staff, in conjunction with the school board and district administration team, determine the goals for Clinton High School.
Our Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals guide our every move. For us to get the most out of our students, we have to figure out our path to get there. Our Vision creates our path! How we will achieve our Vision is by our Collective Commitments. These are what we will hold to when we have to make tough decisions. In the end, we want to be able to reach our Goal.
The 2020-2021 school year will be one like no other! We believe that our goals should reflect what our students need academically, as well as social-emotionally.
The Clinton High School staff will focus on two main goals:
- By the end of the year, each homeroom teacher will make, on average, at least two successful personal contacts a month with each of their homeroom student’s caregivers. This opportunity for communication will provide each family member the opportunity to touch base with a staff member at CHS to share any potential needs of the student, as well as positives. It is important for our caregivers to feel connected to CHS. We hope this helps that connection.
- By the end of the year, 85% of assessments given at CHS will incorporate higher-level thinking skills that push students to apply, analyze, evaluate, and create. These types of assessments will allow students to experience real-world applications and thought processes that are necessary for post-secondary success.
- By the end of the year, 90% of Collaborative Teacher Teams will advance one proficiency scale as a team per the PLC Progression Chart.
We are looking forward to this journey. We know if we stick by our Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals, we will continue to see success for all students at CHS.