Core Values

Tiverton High School’s core values provide the foundation and opportunity for all students to develop the 21st Century Learning Expectations and skills in the cognitive, social, and technology areas that will prepare them for success in post-secondary education and careers; the school environment promotes a global and innovative approach to independent and collaborative learning.

To accomplish this mission Tiverton High School will, for all students:

  1. provide a safe and respectful environment.
  2. provide multiple, challenging, and purposeful learning opportunities.
  3. provide and promote a partnership with families and the community.
  4. promote good citizenship with a global perspective.

Academic Expectations:
Students will:

A1. be able to read, write, and communicate effectively.

A2. use technology to research, communicate, and solve problems effectively and ethically.

A3. demonstrate proficiency in visual/performing arts and technology.

A4. be able to analyze, interpret, and evaluate information critically.

A5. make presentations and speak fluently and confidently before an audience.

A6. solve problems independently and collaboratively.

A7. demonstrate knowledge of subject matter through a variety of common course assessments.

Social Expectations:
Students will:

S1. demonstrate respect for themselves, others, and the community.

S2. work cooperatively in a personalized environment.

S3. be encouraged to live healthy lifestyles.

Civic Expectations:
Students will:

C1. complete seventy five hours of community service.

C2. demonstrate good practices that result in protecting and sustaining the environment.

C3. be open to appreciate multiple viewpoints in order to understand people, issues, and events

C4. demonstrate knowledge of rights, responsibilities, and privileges of citizens in a democratic
        society.



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