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Student Expectations


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Student Expectations

The Weston Public Schools Pre-K-12 Learning Expectations

By successfully meeting the Weston Public Schools’ graduation requirements, students will demonstrate proficiency in the following foundational, academic, personal and social competencies:

•    Visual, Verbal, Oral and Written Language
Comprehension and analysis of visual, verbal, aural and written language necessary for adult learning.

•    Communication Through the Written Word
Clear and effective communication through the written word.

•    Presentation Skills
Preparation and delivery of clear and effective presentations to a variety of audiences.

•    Quantitative Problem Solving
The ability to use quantitative methods for problem solving.

•    Critical and Creative Thinking
The ability to think critically and creatively:  assess, interpret, evaluate, analyze, and synthesize information.

•    Information Literacy
The ability to research, apply knowledge and skills across disciplines and synthesize information in order to solve authentic problems.

•    Technology Skills
The ability to effectively apply technological skills to effective communications and authentic problem solving.

•    Integrity in Identity and Community
The development of a commitment to act cooperatively, responsibly, and with civility and integrity.

•    Health and Well Being
The ability to make positive decisions related to physical and emotional wellness.