“In times of drastic change, it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves beautifully equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.” – Eric Hoffer
- Is the ability to inspire or influence others towards the leader’s goals;
- The goal of having a Leadership focus at REACH is to develop thoughtful and skilled practitioners who are equipped to effect positive social change throughout their communities and beyond;
- Teachers expect and empower students to step into leadership roles throughout campus, on the playground, during assemblies, within the classroom, and out in the community.
- Is the quality of being outstanding or extremely good;
- From well-written classroom assignments to sportsmanship on the playground, we expect students always to perform at their best;
- By paying attention to detail and striving to do better, students are equipped to succeed, not only in elementary school, but in High School, college, & beyond.
- Is the ability to be trusted to do what is right or to do the things that are expected or required;
- Students are taught to take initiative and to get the support necessary to be successful in school and within the community;
- We expect our students to be (1) responsible citizens, (2) engaged and informed members of society and the world, (3) opportunity seekers looking to create positive change.
- Is the process of recovering from life’s setbacks;
- A curriculum that supports resilience respects the way humans learn;
- Students are taught the value of bouncing back from disappointment and adversity –the art of perseverance will help them persist through life’s challenges.
- Is the act of helping others;
- Service learning teaches civic responsibility, strengthens communities and enhances learning;
- Service learning allows students to apply what they are learning to the real world.
community | compassion | responsibility