Hobson High School
Vision, Mission, Core Values, Motto, and Goals
Help foster a healthy and safe learning environment;
Prepare our students for successful careers and lives;
And encourage them to perform to the best of their abilities.
Honor each student’s unique and distinct nature and talents;
And work towards providing them with equal learning opportunities.
Shape meaningful relationships among peers, faculty, family, and community.
2. ability to think for themselves
3. dependability - reliable
4. follow through – complete projects
7. motivation - invested
8. knowledge (of content)
9. computer skill
10. research skills – familiarity with research process
11. work with minimum supervision
12. ability to assess his/her level of understanding of task and ask appropriate questions
13. enough basic understanding and background to resolve simple questions
14. tenacity - persistent
15. research experience
17. critical thinker – good problem solver
18. adaptable - flexible
19. curiosity - enthusiasm
21. willingness to tolerate ambiguity
22. systems approach = awareness of connections /connectability
23. individual initiative – take initiative
24. willingness to ask questions
26. good reading and writing skills
27. work hard
28. quick learner – open to learning - bright
1996–2015 American Library Association
1. Health – The school should encourage good health habits, instruction and activities for students.
2. Command of Fundamentals – These are writing, reading, oral and written expression and math.
3. Worthy Home Membership – This principle calls for the development of those qualities that make an individual a worthy member of a family.
4. Vocation – Students should get to know themselves and a variety of careers so that they can choose a suitable vocation. Students then understand the relationship between vocation and community.
5. Civic Education – Students should develop an awareness and concern for one’s own community and its needs for social and moral development.
6. Worthy Use of Leisure – Education should give students the skills to enrich their lives with music, art, drama, literature, social issues and recreation.
7. Ethical Character – This involves instilling in students the notion of personal responsibility and initiative in their morals and behaviors.
“The Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education.” (1918)