The mission of the Exeter-West Greenwich Senior High School is to graduate young adults with the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to achieve their goals and become responsible members of their communities.
Students thrive and achieve…
...in an environment that is safe, tolerant, and respectful.
...when held accountable to rigorous standards and supported to reach them.
...when they advocate for their own learning and achievement.
...when they are exposed to activities that require critical thinking.
...when they direct their own learning, and are challenged and encouraged to grow.
Students will demonstrate proficiency in the following:
APPLIED LEARNING EXPECTATIONS
Communication: Students effectively and clearly transfer information from one
group (or individual) to another according to the conventions of the discipline.
Critical Thinking: Students gather and evaluate information from various
sources and use that information as a guide to form and justify opinions or
Problem-solving: Students identify a problem, employ a strategy to solve the
problem based on available information/data, then propose a solution for the problem.
Collaboration: When working toward a common goal or group task, students
contribute information and/or feedback, consider and respect the ideas/opinions of
Research: Students gather sufficient data, information, and/or facts from appropriate
sources in order to complement content knowledge.
CIVIC AND SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS
Responsibility: Students attend and participate in classes, prepared and on time,
and produce the highest quality work of which they are capable.
Respect: Students demonstrate self-worth, exhibit courteous behavior, and value the
beliefs and opinions of others.
Community Service: Students will complete 10 hours of community service.