Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLR’s)
ESLR FOCUS QUESTION: How Will You A.I.D. Your World?
- Academic Achievement Innovative Thinking Demonstation of Civic Responsibility
- Descriptor Students achieve proficiency using a foundation based on core academic standards. Students meet or exceed academic standards in reading, writing, listening, speaking, mathematics, science, and social science. Students demonstrate critical, creative, and innovative thinking skills across the curriculum.
- Students contribute to their individual development and care of the community through personal responsibility and service learning.
- Students demonstrate citizenship and personal advocacy through responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, honesty, respect, and integrity.
- Students demonstrate a command of standard American English and research, organization, and drafting strategies.
(Writing App 2.0)
- Students deliver focused and coherent presentations. They use gestures, tone and vocabulary tailored to audience and purpose.
(L & S 1.0)
- Students deliver multimedia presentations.
(Speaking App. 2.4)
- Students add, subtract, multiply, divide and solve multistep problems, including word problems. (Algebra I 10.0)
- CST scores
- HSEE results
- For example, through discussion, writing, project or presentation students analyze organizational patterns, arguments and positions advanced.
(Reading Comp 1.0)
- Students read and respond to historically or culturally significant works of literature that reflect their studies of history and social science. Students conduct in-depth analysis of recurrent themes.
(Lit Res. 1.0)
- Students use the properties of the number system to judge the validity of results, to justify each step of a procedure, and to prove or disprove statements. (Algebra I 25.0) Students work through the process of establishing and completing a four year plan based on their individual needs and post-secondary plans.
- Completion of service and reflective composition—Students write a reflective composition exploring the significance of a personal experience by using rhetorical strategies.
(Writing App 2.3)
- Condition of the Campus
- Staff & Teacher Observation
- Adherence to the Pleasanton Unified School District Communication Guidelines
Our ESLRs now serve as the basis of the question we want students to explore while at Amador Valley: How will you A.I.D. your world?
Using a foundation of academic achievement and a commitment to innovative thinking and democratic participation, we expect to see students engage in their world in meaningful ways.