Central Valley has produced a brief video to help our community visualize the district’s Four Pillars. Superintendent Jeremy Rich introduced the Four Pillars last July explaining that these four principles will guide everything Central Valley School District does. He described them as follows:
- Academics—Teachers use best practices to engage students and provide them with the knowledge and skills to be successful in life. Students experience areas of study and new ideas that prompt them to think about their futures. Student success comes through their growth, not by a single score on a test.
- Community—Area residents believe in education and are proud of Central Valley students and their accomplishments in their studies, athletics, the arts, and community service. In the same way, students are proud about their close-knit community that provides them with support to be successful in school and in life.
- Morale—People working together can accomplish anything. Educators are proud of what they do and feel empowered to do even more. Students want to come to school. They are optimistic about their futures and work hard to make the most of their opportunity. Parents and community members see promise in the children and the community.
- Fiscal responsibility—The community trusts the district to wisely invest its resources in areas that best serve students. At the same time, the district respects the community’s ability to support those programs and services.
Watch the video: