Student Learning Expectations

Our Student Learning Expectations are the observable and measurable skills that are the priority learning goals identified by the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School community as what we hope to see manifested in all of our students.

A St. Francis Graduate is a/an:

Faith-filled Catholic who:

  • Celebrates faith through worship, prayer, sacraments, Christian stewardship, words, and actions.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the teachings of the Catholic faith.
  • Uses Scripture as a guide in his/her daily life.

Responsible citizen who:

  • Accepts responsibility for his/her decisions and actions.
  • Respects the uniqueness of each person.
  • Participates in school, community, and church activities.
  • Demonstrates tolerance through his/her daily actions.
  • Makes healthy choices.

Active life-long learner who:

  • Demonstrates basic skills and knowledge.
  • Uses critical thinking skills.
  • Participates in the fine arts.
  • Sets realistic goals and creates quality work.
  • Evaluates own work and recognizes personal learning styles.

Confident communicator who:

  • Exhibits strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Uses technology skills.
  • Works independently and with others.