The following outcomes are designed to prepare USD 410 students for the adult roles of citizen, consumer, family member, lifelong learner, and worker.
USD 410 Students will be:
LITERATE IN THE BASICS Able to apply skills in the areas of communication, math, science and social studies.
SELF-DIRECTED LEARNERS Able to use learning experiences to create a concept of the future vision; identify options; develop, implement and monitor goals; produce a quality product; and assume responsibility for results.
RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS Able to demonstrate the skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary for life as a citizen, family member, consumer, lifelong learner, and worker.
WELLNESS PROMOTERS Able to maintain physical, emotional, and social wellness through a variety of leisure, cultural, and fine arts activities.
RESOURCE MANAGERS Able to understand, manage, and evaluate the use of time, materials, finances, systems, human and natural resources.
COMMUNICATORS Able to read, write, speak and listen effectively in our culture as well as a foreign culture.
COLLABORATORS Able to apply human relations skills while working with others.
INFORMATION USERS Able to utilize a variety of systems to acquire and manage information and draw conclusions based on the information acquired.
PROBLEM FINDERS AND DECISION MAKERS Able to apply higher order thinking skills to find, define, and solve problems.
ADAPTABLE TECHNOLOGISTS Able to use present and emerging technologies as a tool to enhance learning and the quality of life.