Goals to meet School-Wide Student Learning Expectations (SLE’s):
The School-wide Learning Expectations define for us the spiritual, academic, social and emotional characteristics that a student of St. Paul School will work towards, develop and eventually attain throughout his/her years of attendance.
Identification: The SLE’s personify and encapsulate the philosophy of St. Paul School and the formation of each student as a child of God and citizen of the world. Students through their actions and in their academic performance manifest the positive school-wide academic and behavioral expectations.
Teachers: Each month teachers will focus on one out of the four SLE’s. The SLE introduced at morning assembly, one per month, and reinforced in the classroom across the curriculum. The SLE’s will be repeated twice through the year discussed and several aspects demonstrated by the teachers that month.
Students: The goal is for SLE behaviors to be intrinsic to student behavior. The student will complete the form identifying the SLE and describe, in their own words, how they “lived” that SLE. Completed forms will be turned in and hung on the SLE Board in the hallway.
Staff: Forms will be put in a binder. Awards will be distributed after the 1st mass of the next month. Staff will also help the students write what they did if they cannot do it themselves.