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One of the primary obligations of this school is to ensure that our students receive an appropriate education in an environment that is consistently conducive to learning.  Students should feel secure in school and accepted by their teachers.  All should be treated fairly and with the utmost respect while at the same time being free to express ideas and opinions freely.  In keeping with this, students actively engaged in the learning process should know the consequences of their actions.
Additionally, it is important that there be maximum consultation and cooperation between the school and the home.  Students, parents, and staff are all key partners in the effort to create and maintain a safe and cooperative learning environment.
While the moral obligation of training children rests first with the parents, it is the responsibility of the school to give extension and broadening to parental training.  To that effect, the teachers and school staff are dedicated to finding the best means of guiding and teaching your children.  All children should be thoroughly convinced that parents stand behind the school’s efforts and will expect a full accounting of what the student does in school.  As role models then, parents and school staff will exhibit behavior they would like to see emulated in a sincere effort to nurture the skills, both social and academic, that the students need to succeed in school and in society.

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