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|Political Philosophy for Estela I. Cranston|
To provide a compliant K-12 instructional program designed to deliver research-based programs that are aligned to State Standards and Frameworks
As students returned to the classrooms this fall, it is a good time to reflect on their many accomplishments. The District has embraced the state's higher standards and is determined to help all their students succeed. High School students are taking more challenging courses than they did 10 years ago and the graduation rate continues to climb as we send more student to continue their education at colleges and universities. It is a Board's responsibility to see all students succeed by directing and helping the District in these issues.
It is important that:
As the Community and District grows it is up to the District and the Board to ensure that the proper facilities are provided and are safe and suitable for an uninterupted teaching enviroment.
We need to:
Anything is possible for most School Districts but it takes money and knowing how to manage it to the benefit of each student.
Therefore we must:
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