Welcome to the 2013-14 School Year!
Thank you for partnering in our vision “to transform lives by instilling 21st Century Skills and inspire lifelong learning.”
Our highly committed school board and dedicated staff are seeing more students attend colleges and universities than ever before. Our students perform in the arts, music, sports, and extra-curricular activities. Due to strong parental support, we develop responsible, respectful, and caring young people. We are grateful to you and proud of our results.
The district academic goals are:
1. Prepare students for College and Careers.
2. Provide equitable access and opportunities.
3. Instill 21st Century Skills.
We believe it is imperative to make learning relevant and that our graduates thrive in life and the world of work. Community service, internships, and community partnerships develop positive, contributing citizens.
In addition to the Common Core imperatives, it is crucial that our students master 21st Century skills: critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. We are committed to providing powerful learning opportunities for all.
We appreciate the Napa Valley Education Foundation and Napa Learns for promoting our goals through music, writing, and teacher innovation.
Every school is now connected to high speed internet and wireless connections so that students can bring their own electronic devices to school. By working in teams on exciting and relevant projects, our students learn real world skills and contribute to their communities.
As a parent or community volunteer, there are many ways to be a part of the transformation of a young person. I invite you to contact one of our principals, or me. Please join us as we teach, learn and engage.
Transforming Lives By Instilling 21st Century Skills
And Inspiring Lifelong Learning In Every Student
Strong Community Partners
|Award-winning music, band, art, and athletic programs supported by boosters, parents, and community.||Napa Learns Foundation, along with Vintner's, supporting 21st Century Learning.|
|Napa Valley Education Foundation has provided over one million dollars to schools since 1983.||Napa Valley College and Napa County Office of Education - key partners in the District's success.|