Student General Learner Outcomes (GLO's)
General Learner Outcomes (GLO's) are the over-arching goals of standards-based learning for all students in all grade levels. Observable behaviors, which are demonstrated in daily classroom activities, are evidence of GLO's. Student effort, work habits, and behavior are important and they must be evaluated separately from academic performance in the content areas (in accordance with Board of Education Policy 4501: Assessing/Grading Student Performance).
The GLOs should be an integral part of the school culture as the GLOs do not exist in isolation.
The six GLO's are:
- Self-directed Learner (The ability to be responsible for one's own learning)
- Community Contributor (The understanding that it is essential for human beings to work together)
- Complex Thinker (The ability to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving)
- Quality Producer (The ability to recognize and produce quality performance and quality products)
- Effective Communicator (The ability to communicate effectively)
- Effective and Ethical User of Technology (The ability to use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically)
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GLO #1: SELF-DIRECTED LEARNER
The ability to be responsible for one’s own learning.
Work Habits: Students are expected to be prepared for and to participate in each class to meet performance standards, to have the necessary class materials, to complete classwork and homework accurately and on time, and to prepare for quizzes, tests and examinations.
Hawaii DOE Code of Conduct
- Regular Attendance - Students are expected to attend school regularly and to attend classes.
- Punctuality - Students are expected to be on time for school and classes.
- Work Habits - Students are expected to be prepared for and to participate in each class to meet performance standards, to have the necessary class materials, to complete classwork and homework accurately and on time, and to prepare for quizzes, tests and examinations.
- Respect for Self & Others - Students are expected to be honest, behave with dignity and treat others with respect and courtesy. Behavior of the individual should not interfere with the rights of others. This includes the use of appropriate language, actions and attire. Students are expected not to harass others verbally and physically. Students are expected to come to school free from the influence of tobacco products, alcohol or drugs. Students are expected not to use or possess such substances
- Respect for Authority - Students are expected to comply with all school rules and to obey all laws. Students are expected to respond in a respectful manner to all adults while under the jurisdiction of the school and while participating in school sponsored activities.
- Respect for Property - Students are expected to treat all property belonging to the school and to others with care.
- Freedom from Fear - Students are expected to contribute to a safe school environment free from fear. Acts of violence, weapons and contraband are never acceptable.
- Bring supplies to all of your classes.
- Bring PE clothes and shoes to every PE class.
- Do your homework and turn it in on time.
- Study and prepare for your quizzes, tests and projects.
- Focus on your work during class.
- Follow the instructions of your teachers.
- Attend school every day and be on time to all of your classes.
- Pass all of your classes needed to graduate and to be college and career ready.
REPORT CARDS & PROGRESS REPORTS
Students get their progress reports from their advisory class at the midpoint of each quarter. Report Cards are mailed home at the end of each quarter. Parents/Guardians have three months to request that a student's report card grade be reviewed for reasons other than clerical errors. Please go to the Registrar's Office if you have questions or need to update your contact information.