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ANESU Ends Policy

The ANESU ENDS Policy= The District's Overarching Educational Goals

Students will achieve the ANESU ENDS by achieving the Mt. Abraham Competencies.

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From the ANESU ENDS Policy:

Addison Northeast Supervisory Union and Member School Districts 
(Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, Mt. Abraham Union High, New Haven, Starksboro) 
 

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1. Core Subjects in a Digital and Global Environment

To become one’s personal best and a contributing member of a community, each student will demonstrate knowledge and skills within and across disciplines. 

a. Students demonstrate competence in the core subjects (English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, arts, health, fitness and nutrition). 

b. Students interact critically and productively in a dynamic information and media rich environment. 

c. Students demonstrate competence as responsible and informed citizens of the world. 

2. Life and Career Skills

To become one’s personal best and a contributing member of a community, each student will develop effective social and emotional skills. 

a. Students engage actively in their own learning and pursue personal interests with self direction, independence and responsibility. 
b. Students view themselves as valuable, contributing citizens, participating actively in the community. 
c. Students demonstrate adaptability, respect, and collaboration in solving problems collectively. 
d. Students relate to each other, value diversity in others and demonstrate understanding and empathy for all. 
e. Students foster health and wellness for self and others. 

3. Learning and Innovation Skills

To become one’s personal best and a contributing member of a community, each student will develop skills that lead to using one’s mind well. 

a. Students exercise perseverance and intellectual curiosity. 
b. Students practice and hone skills for accuracy and effectiveness. 
c. Students make connections, transferring knowledge to new and meaningful situations. 
d. Students show creativity, imagination, and innovation in solving problems. 
e. Students communicate publicly what they understand. 
f. Students seek feedback and collaboration to extend knowledge and skills for continuous learning. 

 

 

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