Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

SEA students should read and think critically by:

•Analyzing, evaluating and interpreting information.
•Designing and implementing a plan to solve a problem.
•Collecting, tabulating, charting and analyzing data.
•Writing an analytical paper using various resources.
•Making inferences from what they read.
•Applying what they have learned from reading
•Using technology and the library to access and synthesize information into a research paper.
•Exploring questions about the real world by utilizing the scientific method.
•Applying algorithms and mathematical concepts in solving problems.

SEA students should communicate clearly and effectively by:

•Speaking within and to a group on a specific topic.
•Using the writing process to create, edit, and evaluate.
•Presenting a dramatic or oral presentation that demonstrates poise, command of language, and clear communication.
•Writing a coherent essay with logical structure, evidence and supporting statements.
•Describing orally, or in writing, procedures, results, and conclusions.
•Demonstrate ideas and feelings through visual or performing arts.
•Using technology to communicate ideas and information.
•Express views effectively, respectfully and responsibly.

SEA students should demonstrate personal, moral and social responsibility by:

•Taking responsibility for their own actions.
•Being positive, ethical role models for others.
•Contributing time energy and talents in the community.
•Demonstrating respect for authority.
•Being aware of and respecting differences.
•Taking and carrying out responsibilities.
•Respecting God and country.
•Demonstrating fairness, honesty and integrity.
•Understanding the importance of physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
•Constructively handling conflict and disagreement.
•Being a good member on a sport’s team.
•Actively participating in a musical group.
•Performing or working backstage in a theatrical performance.
•Participating in collaborative classroom activities.
•Participating in classroom discussions or debates.
•Planning and executing activities for the student-body.

SEA students should develop skills to be lifelong learners by:

•Having a plan for the future.
•Setting priorities and pursuing goals.
•Being prepared for college
•Enjoying reading and being literate.
•Being technologically skilled Applying the past to the present and future.
•Demonstrating good time-management and study skills.
•Being good financial managers.
•Demonstrating an appreciation for the arts.
•Having a thirst for knowledge.