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School-Wide Learning Expectations (SLEs)

Saint John of God School Schoolwide Learning Expectations (SLEs) are statements that indicate the skills and competencies our students will gain at each grade level. The SLE's align to our school mission and are embedded in our school curriculum. Students will develop these skills throughout their time at Saint John of God.

SLEs Preschool- 4

I. Faith

SLEs Grades 5 – 8

I. Faith

St. John of God Students will:

A.  Celebrate Mass together.

B.  Learn about Jesus and the prayers of the church.

C.  Listen to Bible stories and stories about saints.

D.  Talk and listen to Jesus.

E.  Respect all of God’s creation.

II. Personal Development

St. John of God Students will:

A.  Be made aware that the liturgy is the cornerstone of the Catholic Faith.

B.  Become familiar with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the traditional prayers of the Church.

C.  Develop a working knowledge of the Bible, church history and lives of the saints.

D.  Be taught the importance of living an active, prayerful Christian life.

E.  Respect life and all of God’s creation.

II. Personal Development

St. John of God Students will:

A.   Make good choices.

B.   Be good listeners and follow directions.

C.   Use good manners.

D.   Share their gifts and talents with others.

St. John of God Students will:

A.  Become model citizens by learning to take responsibility for their actions.

B.  Develop good study habits, test-taking skills and become independent thinkers.

C.  Show respect for self and others.

D.  Share their gifts and talents with the community.

III. Knowlege

III. Knowledge

St. John of God Students will:

A.   Learn to read and write well.

B.   Find solutions to problems in math and other subjects.

C.   Use the computer to learn new skills.

D.   Speak clearly and correctly.

 

St. John of God Students will:

A.  Master the basic skills in all areas of the curriculum to the best of their ability.

B.  Learn the use of logic and critical thinking to solve problems.

C.  Use computer technology to enhance work in all subjects.

D.  Communicate and apply acquired knowledge and skills to their everyday lives.