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Mission Statement
Mission Statement

The mission of the Leake County School District is to provide a high-quality education that will increase the learning of all students.  The Leake County School District vision will be to graduate critical thinkers with the skills and knowledge to succeed in life.


 Philosophy of Education
 
The Leake County School District encourages a high-quality education that is both nurturing and challenging while advocating positive attitudes and respect.  Leake County School District's goal is to graduate self-sufficient, self-disciplined learners who succeed in life.  Our graduates are critical thinkers with the skills, knowledge, and understanding for successful relationships, work, civic affairs, learning, and global stewardship. This philosophy is the shared responsibility of the students, parents, teachers, other school staff, the board of education, and the community.

The mission of the Leake County School District is to provide a high quality education that will increase the learning of all students.

 

The Leake County School District vision will be to graduate critical thinkers with the skills and knowledge to succeed in life.

GOALS:

 

1. All schools will be successful or above by 2014

2. Increase and maintain graduation rates to 80% or above in all schools by 2014.

3. Maintain fiscal stability to operate efficiently on a yearly basis.

The mission of the Leake County School District is to provide a high quality education that will increase the learning of all students.

 

The Leake County School District vision will be to graduate critical thinkers with the skills and knowledge to succeed in life.

GOALS:

 

1. All schools will be successful or above by 2014

2. Increase and maintain graduation rates to 80% or above in all schools by 2014.

3. Maintain fiscal stability to operate efficiently on a yearly basis.

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Leake County School District