LEARNING SUPPORTS

Millard Public Schools Learning Supports

There are many internal and external factors that prevent students from being successful in school. These include poverty, family issues, emotional and social concerns, stress factors, and more. In order for all students to have an equal opportunity to learn and grow, learning supports, or resources, strategies, and practices must address the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual barriers that impact many students. The mission and beliefs of Millard Public Schools emphasize that all students are important and will learn in order to be college and career ready.

The mission of the Millard Public Schools is to guarantee that each student develops the character traits and masters the knowledge and skills necessary for personal excellence and responsible citizenship by developing a world-class educational system with diverse programs and effective practices designed to engage and challenge all students.

We believe: 

    • Each individual has worth.  
    • Individuals are responsible for their actions. 
    • Our greatest resource is people.  
    • Diversity enriches life. 
    • All people can learn.  
    • High expectations promote higher achievement.  
    • Achievement builds self-esteem; self-esteem promotes achievement. 
    • All people are entitled to a safe, caring, and respectful environment.  
    • Responsible risk-taking is essential for growth. 
    • Excellence is worth the investment.  
    • Educated and engaged citizens are necessary to sustain our democratic society.  
    • Public education benefits the entire community and is the shared responsibility of all.  
    • All schools are accountable to the community.  
    • Shaping and developing character is the shared responsibility of the individual, family, school, and community.







Classroom Based Approaches                          Student and Family Interventions                            Community Support  

Family Engagement in Schooling                    Crisis Assistance and Prevention                         Support for Transitions

Subpages (1): Community Partnerships
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