What Is our Vision?

Please join us to to decide our school's future vision!

Be a part of this most important decision!


  • Calling all
  • TEACHERS!
  • ADMINISTRATION!
  • PARENTS!
  • COMMUNITY MEMBERS!
  • LIBRARIANS!
  • ANYONE WITH A STAKE IN OUR SCHOOL!
  • Please join us to create our new vision statement for the future of our school, staff and students!
  • We will discuss what a vision statement should include, and where we want to see our school in the next five or ten years!
  • We will collaborate together, and collect data to think outside the box to recognize our strengths and weakness's. Knowing where we are, and our weakness's will help us decide where we want to go in the future
  • (Kose,2011).
  • We will create groups to brainstorm short, and long term goals that will represent the future of our school
  • (Gabriel & Farmer,2009)

  • We will need groups of no more than eight people. Each group will discuss the following questions:


  • What evidence can you think of that we are meeting our current vision?
  • What kind of school do we hope to be?
  • What do you think should be reflected in our vision statement?
  • What do we need to do differently to achieve this vision?
  • How are we different from other schools?
  • (Gabriel & Farmer,2009)

Many times, and opportunities to share your vision idea's!

Our vision teams will meet in person every Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm in the school library.

You can also join us every Wednesday via Skype!

You can even E-mail us your ideas!

Guaranteed to be fun and informative!

Frequently Asked Questions About Creating A Vision Statement.

Do I need to be a teacher, or have a degree in education to help create a vision statement?

The short answer is no. We need everyone's idea's in order to create the best vision statement possible. We need your perspective!

Will my opinions and idea's be taken seriously?

Absolutely! This is your school, your community, your children, and everyone's future. We need to know what is important to you, and we need to know your hopes and dreams are for your child as well as the school (Meadan,Shelden, Appel & DeCrazia,2010).

How much time would I have to commit to this committee?

As much time as you can. Again, you can join via Skype, e-mail idea's, questions, or concerns, or join us in person.

Any other questions can be submitted through e-mail to the principal, written and given to the front office, by phone, or in person at the principal's office.

Contact Information for the Vision Team

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