MISSION STATEMENT - Our mission at Claymont is to prepare students for the
future through a home, school, and community partnership. Preparation includes
providing each student with the opportunity to acquire the strategies necessary
to reach his/her full potential academically, socially, emotionally, and physically, within an invitational setting utilizing research supported educational practices
and programs. Parents are a critical part of our mission. We pledge to work
closely with parents to help them to help their children.
VISION STATEMENT - The Hanby Elementary School family of staff, parents, students, and the community, commits itself to a partnership in which all are working to provide a nurturing and challenging learning environment. We are dedicated to ensuring that all children grow to their full potential academically, socially, emotionally, and physically; thus enabling them to excel as life-long learners and effective citizens.GOALS - Our ultimate goal is to prepare each child for his role in society as a confident, purposeful, fulfilled and coping person. We sincerely believe in the individual worth of each of our youngsters, and are committed to discovering their unique potential for learning. Moreover, we are committed to providing instruction that ensures the mastery of basic skills and the nurturance of self-esteem and personal confidence. To that end, we strive to design a school climate that stimulates an enduring enjoyment of learning and the satisfaction of growing in knowledge, competence, and understanding. Finally, we emphasize the need for self-control and the inevitable responsibility for the consequences of individual choices. We also focus much attention on the development of empathy towards others and the communication skills needed to maintain harmony in interaction with peers and those in authority.
MISSION STATEMENT - Harlan Staff will provide a safe, structured environment where purposeful learning takes place and all children are valued. We will help our students achieve academic excellence and social responsibility. We dedicate ourselves to developing today's learners into tomorrow's leaders through partnership with home and community.
VISION: "Challenging students to become responsible learners, reaching new heights."
GOALS - Goals are developed annually through the use of a collaborative school improvement process. A team was established consisting of administrators, teachers, support staff, parents and community members. Goals and measurable objectives were developed with an appropriate timeline for implementation. The School Improvement Team met regularly to monitor and assess program effectiveness. Goals focus on increasing academic achievement in all curricular areas and maintaining a positive, safe school environment. The School Improvement Team reviewed DSTP disaggregated data developed target percentages for improvement. The plan recommends continuing and expanding parent workshops to support the academic success of their children.
MISSION STATEMENT - Lancashire Elementary is committed to providing an educational experience based on the principles of equity, differentiated instruction, and a promise and belief of academic and social success for all, in an environment that encourages collaboration with staff, parents, and community, effective and ongoing assessment, implementation of best teaching practices, and fosters students to excel as life long learners.
GOALS - Lancashire Elementary is committed to:
• Academic success for all students
• Reinforcing the belief that children can learn
• Learning and applying principles of equity and anti-racism
• Ongoing and accurate assessment
• Linking assessment to instruction
• Differentiating instruction to meet the needs and abilities of all students
• Implementing best teaching practices
• Providing opportunities for students to learn in the most inclusive setting
• Creating a safe, respectful, nurturing, and positive environment for
students to learn and grow
• Developing strong and lasting partnerships with parents, friends, and the community
The Lancashire community inspires children to be life long learners who realize their unlimited potential!
MISSION STATEMENT - Paving a pathway toward lifelong learning, the Brandywine School District fosters in its students high aspirations, optimal achievement, and the quest to excel. With its unwavering pursuit of excellence, the district distinguishes itself with an instructional signature of "Inspire and challenge every child every day". Lombardy is firmly committed to creatively using all of the resources within our extended reach to help all our children appropriately learn to master what is good and essential for personal success in daily living.
MISSION STATEMENT - Our Mission is to prepare all students academically, physically, emotionally, and socially for success in the 21st century in a comfortable and safe environment that is child-centered and embraces diversity, promotes student achievement and life-long learning.
GOALS - Our goal is to create an atmosphere where children are challenged to do their best by a professional, caring, and innovative staff who strive to meet the individual needs of each student. We are committed to challenge each student to meet or exceed the Delaware State Standards.
MISSION STATEMENT - The community engages the whole child to be academically successful. We are a partnership of parents, teachers, students, businesses, and service agencies that work collaboratively to ensure academic success for children. We cultivate a community of responsible learning through mutual respect and integrity with recognition of the value of diversity. We are committed to the philosophy that all members of our school community have an unlimited capacity to learn. We provide coherent, consistent education with continuity for children over time.
GOALS - The Committee (principal, staff, parents) meet regularly to evaluate the School Improvement Plan and set annual goals. We are focusing on developing a school atmosphere that supports mutual respect and the value of diversity, improving student achievement in reading, writing, mathematics, science and social studies and developing interdisciplinary teaching units, establishing positive parent/school relationships, and fostering extended community involvement in the school.