District schools are organized for the purpose of meeting the needs, interests, and abilities of the students. The student's welfare is always the determining factor of how our curriculum and policies are made.
The District is committed to the principle that the educational opportunity is an American birthright to be bestowed upon the individual without regard to economic status, race, creed, or color. Education is a process of growth and a liberation of capacity.
The District shall instill an appreciation of democracy, the American heritage, and the American way of life. The participation of all school children, in a democratic school society, will train them to assume the privileges and duties of citizenship, which is considered vital to the intelligent preservation of the democratic order.