The Tri-Center Community School District has a school improvement advisory committee that is appointed by the school board and meets twice per year with the participation of students, parents, teachers, classified staff, administrators, community members, and business representatives. Committee membership reflects the diversity of our community in terms of gender, age, and socio-economic status.
The district encourages and receives input from parents, students, and staff via questionnaires, graduate surveys, and community support groups on an annual basis. In 1998-99, 2002-03, and again in 2009-10 the district revisited the mission statement, district goals, belief statements, and student achievement goals through the efforts of the SIAC (School Improvement Advisory Committee) Through this process, the group proposed the following, which were adopted by the school board to be representative of the Tri-Center Community School District.
“Committed to Maximizing Student Potential”
Tri-Center Community Schools is committed to a philosophy of service to children; the objective of this philosophy is to help each child develop into a mature individual and contributing member of society. We believe that this objective can be met through a school program wide enough to scope and encompass the intellectual, physical, civic, social, and aesthetic education of children. We believe an effective public school program must be directed toward common needs of ALL children, however, we believe the emphasis must lie always on the unique needs of each individual child.
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