Vision Statement & ESLR's

The school's vision statement is always a work in progress. As the school community strives and attains the vision it has created throughout the years, the vision begins to evolve as the community aspires to reach new heights in creating, not only academically and socially savvy citizens, but also citizens who are prepared to enter a technologically calculating future. When Northview's community of parents, business partners, teachers, administrators and students gather to create a vision of what a future Northview student should be, our purpose becomes blatantly clear:

All staff at Northview are committed to providing an innovative and technologically enhanced curriculum for all students, promoting a safe learning environment, attending to the intellectual, creative, and emotional growth of all students, and ensuring all students attain necessary skills to thrive and become respectable citizens in a global society.

Along with the school's vision statement, the success of our student population relies on the schools Expected Schoolwide Learning Results or ESLR's which have been renamed on this campus as TLC's:

Technology: All students will develop technological awareness and competence which enables them to apply knowledge to problem solve in academic or real life situations.

Life and Career Skills: All students will develop life and career skills for a successful transition to their post-secondary career and educational choices.

Critical Thinking: All students will demonstrate critical thinking skills through creativity, innovation, problem solving and collaboration.

Communication: All students will demonstrate the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively through writing, speaking and the arts within the classroom, school and global community.

Citizenship: All students will develop interpersonal, social and cross-cultural skills in order to be productive, accountable, positive contributors, and responsible global citizens.

Over the past few years, the community has focused on how communication is specifically being affected by a globally technological society. As a result, technology, specifically how to ensure our students are ready to enter a technologically advanced society, has been the focus of many stakeholder discussions.