Wasco Union High School

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ESLR’s

Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLR's)
 
We are committed to the principle that all students can learn and that they shall have the opportunity to achieve academic and personal success through rigorous course work based on the state standards, development of academic skills, and extra/co-curricular activities. In addition each student should acquire the necessary knowledge and skills (ESLR's) so that upon graduation, all Wasco High graduates will be:

Academically and Technologically Proficient Individuals Who…
  • Utilize formal English (reading, writing, speaking and listening) effectively in ways that align with the state content standards and their future goals.
  • Know basic mathematical functions and be able to progress to higher mathematics as identified in the state content standards.
  • Have basic knowledge of geography, U.S., world, gender, and cultural history as identified in the state content standards.
  • Have basic understanding of science and the scientific method as identified in the state content standards.
  • Be able to use acceptable oral and written language to communicate feelings and ideas to others.
  • Demonstrate a level of technological literacy which allows them to use both hardware and software effectively.
Independent Thinkers and Problem Solvers Who…
  • Apply critical thinking and decision-making skills.
  • Access, analyze, synthesize and evaluate information .
  • Work independently and cooperatively toward solutions.

Life-Long Learners Who…
  • Establish informed, responsible personal and professional goals.
  • Appreciate and explore the fine and performing arts.
  • Collaborate and cooperate with others.
Responsible Citizens Who...
  • Understand the democratic process.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultures, global issues and individual differences.
  • Prepare for life after high school by exploring secondary educational and career options as well as participating in the preparation of a personal learning plan.
  • Adhere to standards of responsibility that will foster ethical behavior, social development and personal responsibility for self, school and community.