Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Objectives, & Goals
The mission of the Bondurant-Farrar Community School District is to:
Help all children develop their talents in order that they may become productive citizens.
The Bondurant-Farrar Community School District is committed to providing:
- Optimal opportunities and sincere encouragement to students to succeed socially, emotionally and academically
- A safe and orderly environment where all students are comfortable and secure
- A mutually supportive, collaborative and productive home-school partnership
- A curriculum to meet the needs of a diverse learning community
- Research-based instruction designed to meet the needs of all students
- Teaching and modeling the character qualities of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship to students
The Bondurant-Farrar Community School’s educational program will provide opportunities for students to:
- Understand the necessity and pleasure of reading from a variety of sources
- Develop the ability to use language and communicate effectively
- Use mathematical knowledge and methods to solve problems
- Use abstractions and symbols
- Apply and understand specific knowledge and methods
- Use technology and understand its potential
- Explore various vocational areas in a career education format
- Develop an awareness of other languages and cultures
- Apply knowledge about health, nutrition, and physical activity
- Express oneself through the arts and to appreciate the artistic expressions of others
- Use logical and critical thinking skills in academic and applied situations
- Become informed decision makers
- Recognize and use one's full potential and become a lifelong learner
Student Achievement Goals & Standards
- Student Goal #1: All students will demonstrate in academic and applied situations a high level of mastery of essential skills (in reading and comprehension).
- Student Goal #2: Students will communicate effectively both orally and in writing for a variety of purposes and audiences.
- Student Goal #3: Students will be able to apply mathematical principles.
- Student Goal #4: Students will be able to apply scientific principles.
- Student Goal #5: Students will be able to access and use information.
- Student Goal #6: Students will be self-directed learners who draw directly from their learning experiences to create a positive future vision for themselves, to prioritize options, and to develop and monitor achievable goals that support career/life role successes.
- Student Goal #7: Students will be collaborative workers who work effectively and use appropriate group interaction skills to be productive contributors in a variety of cultural and organizational settings.
- Student Goal #8: Students will practice a healthy lifestyle.
- Student Goal #9: Students will be community contributors who demonstrate responsibility for others in their families, schools, workplace, communities, and world.