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North Babylon High School

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NORTH BABYLON 2016-2017
TODAY’S VISION FOR TOMORROW’S SUCCESS




HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

 

MISSION:

The purpose of North Babylon High School is to prepare students to be thoughtful, informed and productive 21st century citizens who value learning, possess collaborative and creative skills, and demonstrate character that aligns to our democratic principles.
 


 


NORTH BABYLON’S GRADUATION STANDARDS

CITIZENSHIP

The skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary to be a responsible, contributing and knowledgeable member of the political, economic, and social institutions of the United States of America and the world.


COMMUNICATIONS

Proficiency in the use and understanding of all forms of communications: reading, writing, speaking, listening, music, dance, art, literature, world languages, technological information services, personal and social interactions.


HEALTH AND WELLNESS

The knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to establish and sustain a pattern of regular physical activity, a sense of self-worth, and a commitment to personal wellness which serves as a personal resource for leading a healthy, productive, and self-fulfilling life.


PRACTICAL LIVING SKILLS/CAREER PREPARATION

Students will have the knowledge, skills and dispositions which will enhance personal life management, while understanding the relationship of their interests, abilities, and aptitudes to career choice; demonstrate interpersonal knowledge and skills necessary to meet daily living responsibilities and achieve a successful and productive career.


PROBLEM SOLVING

The ability to achieve solutions to problems by bringing together the skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary to determine the existence of a problem; set parameters for the problem and its solutions; pull together available resources; and allocate these resources in the best way to achieve appropriate solutions.


TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY

An understanding of the current technologies and skills necessary to adapt to the changing technological world.  (This standard is also to be integrated within the other six standards.)


UNDERSTANDING SYSTEMS

Systems fall into many categories, including social, political, scientific, economic, technological, and environmental.  Students will demonstrate competency in “understanding systems”, knowing how the components of these systems affect one another and interact.  This will include competence regarding the individual’s ability to operate in various systems and understand the consequences of change.
 
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