Maine School Administrative District #32

Ashland • Garfield Plantation • Masardis • Oxbow Plantation

The mission of Ashland District School is to educate all students to understand the past, learn in the present, and flourish in the future as productive and engaged citizens.

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Ashland District School


180 Presque Isle Road • P.O. Box 369 • Ashland, ME 04732 • Phone: 207.435.3481

Core Values


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The vision of Ashland District School is to provide all students with a world-class education focused on high academic and social standards, dedicated to creating lifelong learners who will become contributing, empowered members in a global society.

The mission of Ashland District School is to educate all students to understand the past, learn in the present, and flourish in the future as productive and engaged citizens.

Values/Beliefs

Commitment – We believe we have the responsibility to encourage students to be accountable to do their best and finish what they have begun.

Wellness – We believe we have the responsibility to educate each student academically, physically, socially, and emotionally.

Respect– We believe we have the responsibility to provide a safe, secure, tolerant and supportive learning environment and to model stewardship of our planet.

Cultured – We believe we must develop each student’s potential to succeed in a global society by encouraging students to find a balance among various academic disciplines that include classical learning, the arts, and athleticism.

Excellence – We believe we must hold high expectations that promote excellence.

Integrity – We believe we should instill in each student the principle components of integrity, by teaching them the importance of being truthful, honest, and responsible.

Innovation – We believe we should encourage students to be innovative, creative, and critical thinkers.

We believe the education of the students is most successful when it involves the school, home, and community.

Learning Expectations

Academic:

1)   Real-World Technology and Authentic Usage

2)   Working Independently

3)   Innovation, Flexibility and Adaptation in work habits

4)   Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluative Processing application in problem solving

Civic:

5) Character, Culture and Ethical Behavior

Social:

6) Communication with varied tools

7) Collaboratively to solve problems