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ESLOs

Expected Student Learning Outcomes (ESLOs)

Hart High School will prepare its graduates to be:

PRODUCTIVE and PERCEPTIVE INDIVIDUALS who:

  • Demonstrate adaptability and flexibility
  • Exhibit effective time-management skills
  • Establish a physically fit and emotionally secure lifestyle
  • Follows directions
  • Work well in team situations toward a common goal
  • Exhibit self-discipline
  • Make responsible decisions
  • Demonstrate self-sufficiency in a highly competitive world
  • Demonstrate critical thinking capabilities
  • Set personal goals
  • Access and analyze resources effectively
  • Employ creative thinking in a confident manner
  • Solve problems

RESPECTFUL CITIZENS who:

  • Respect individual differences and perspectives
  • Encourage self-esteem in others
  • Display a global view of the world upon a solid base of knowledge
  • Respond positively to cultural diversity
  • Value the historical contributions of diverse ethnic, racial, and religious groups to the United States

INVOLVED COMMUNITY MEMBERS who:

  • Demonstrate respect for the rights of others
  • Know the rights, duties, and privileges of United States citizenship
  • Participate in collaborative community events
  • Demonstrate responsibility for their immediate environment
  • Show a sense of civic-minded commitment

DYNAMIC COMMUNICATORS who:

  • Listen to others
  • Initiate, receive, and respond effectively to verbal and written messages
  • Effectively use technology as a communications device
  • Employ reading as a basic communications tool
  • Express personal opinions with confidence
  • Demonstrate conflict resolution skills

EDUCATED STUDENTS who:

  • Demonstrate success in challenging subject matter appropriate to their capabilities
  • Function successfully in a technologically-oriented world
  • Demonstrate competency in reading, writing, and mathematics
  • Recognize the value of the arts and sciences, humanities, and physical education