Vision and Mission of St. Clair County School System
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Tuesday, August 04, 2015
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Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders Today







Margaret Elementary School 


Margaret Elementary School's purpose is to provide each student with a quality education to meet his or her individual needs in partnership with the students, their families, and community leaders. To prepare our students for college and career readiness, we maintain high expectations of all student learners while encouraging expanded learning through all academic opportunities.

St. Clair County Schools 


Preparing Tomorrows Leaders Today


To provide opportunities and challenges that will prepare each student for college/career/adulthood in the 21st Century.


To educate and prepare each student to succeed in an ever changing world.


  • Effective teachers and leaders are the key to student achievement.
  • Teaching to the standard coupled with high quality professional learning will result in a clear direction and expected outcomes.
  • Regular progress monitoring through formative and benchmark assessments that are clearly aligned with high standards will lead to adjusted and differentiated instruction which will lead to student growth.
  • Alignment of human, programmatic, and fiscal resources that support the implementation of the approved curriculum will lead to student achievement.
  • Student focus with multiple pathways to learning will enhance instruction and engage learners.
  • When students are provided with a learning environment that is socially, emotionally, and physically supportive... the students' confidence, engagement and achievement will rise.
  • Through the use of technology, the students' will gain 21st century skills and make a reconnection with the world around them.
  • Parent engagement with knowledge of their child's performance will reinforce strengths and help address weaknesses.
  • Community engagement through volunteerism and community partnerships will benefit all students from the additional resources provided.
  • Ultimately, success will be realized when 100% of the District's students graduate with or before their respective cohort.
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