Paulding County School District

Mission, Vision, Motto, Beliefs & Goals

  • Mission

     

    To provide all students a free appropriate public education that maximizes individual strengths and achievements as they develop into successful, contributing members of a global community.

     

     

    Vision

     

    The vision of the Student Services Department is to meet the individual needs of all students and provide a pathway to lifelong learning.

     

    Motto

     

    Maximizing individual strengths. Meeting individual needs.

     

    Beliefs

     

    We the employees of the Student Services Department believe that:


    • Students are our first priority.


    The education of students with disabilities is everyone’s responsibility.

     

    All students are unique individuals and should be valued for their physical, social, emotional, and intellectual differences.

     

    A continuum of services should be utilized to assess and promote student achievement.

     

    Building positive relationships with students fosters independence and individual success.

     

    Shared decision making, collaboration, and distributive leadership must exist at all levels.

     

    Educational excellence begins with professional learning communities.

     

    Students learn best when engaged in the learning process.

     

    Family and community involvement enhances student achievement.

     

    Graduation is a shared responsibility and begins when a student enters school.

     

    All students can learn, achieve, and succeed.

     

    Goals


    Decreased number of student referrals to special education services by maximizing student performance in the Response to Intervention process.

     

    Increase the number of students with disabilities who graduate with a diploma.

     

    Increase test scores of students with disabilities in order to increase the number of schools meeting adequate yearly progress requirements.

     

    Increase the number of students with disabilities served in the least restrictive environment.

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