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October 21, 2014

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Expectations

The goal of our curriculum is to provide a framework for the development of each student within a faith filled community. St. Apollinaris Catholic School students are offered an excellent academic curriculum that is inspired by the Gospel and recognizes the dignity of each member in the community. It is comprehensive and challenging to each student’s individual abilities. The Student Learning Expectations are the basis for the development of curriculum, daily lesson planning and evaluation of student progress.

The course of study includes Religion, reading, language arts, math, social studies, computer/educational technology, science, art, music and physical education. Spanish is offered for kindergarten through eighth grades. Our Religion curriculum includes Family Life, social and moral development and HIV education.

Schoolwide Learning Expectations

Primary Grades Pre-K – 4

 

St. Apollinaris students are:

1. Active Catholic Christians who:

  • Know the prayers of the Catholic faith
  • Speak and listen to God through prayer
  • Participate in the Mass and sacramental life
  • Treat others as they would like to be treated

2. Life-Long Learners who:

  • Show interest and excitement in learning
  • Develop academic skills and knowledge
  • Study and work independently and cooperatively
  • Participate in art, music and drama

3. Effective Communicators who:

  • Read, write, and speak well
  • Listen and follow directions
  • Ask meaningful questions
  • Solve problems peacefully

4. Active Responsible Citizens who:

  • Respect God’s creations and the environment
  • Are kind and helpful to others
  • Follow the rules and make good choices

 

Schoolwide Learning Expectations

5th – 8th Grade

 

Saint Apollinaris students are:

1. Active Catholic Christians who:

  • Develop a personal relationship with God using informal and formal prayer
  • Participate in the Mass and sacramental life of the Church
  • Learn the teachings of the Church and make moral choices based on Christian values
  • Study and follow Jesus’ examples of kindness and forgiveness

2. Life-Long Learners who:

  • Acquire effective skills in order to gain knowledge in all subjects
  • Study and work independently and cooperatively
  • Investigate and make informed decision base on critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Develop skills and appreciation for the fine arts
  • Maintain skills to promote healthy habits and physical well-being

3. Effective Communicators who:

  • Express ideas effectively through speaking and writing
  • Listen respectfully to the ideas of others
  • Resolve conflicts peacefully

4. Active Responsible Citizens who:

  • Show personal responsibility in your life
  • Practice self-discipline, tolerance, respect and compassion
  • Strive for social justice and share time and talent with school, parish and community
  • Value the rights, privilege and responsibility of United States citizenship