Athena Non-Negotiables – Part 1: Ensuring All Students Learn at High Levels

The mission of public education is to ensure that ALL students learn at High Levels. This is the first and foremost professional obligation of each and every staff member at Greece Athena High School.

This is the first in a series of videos that will outline the steps we are taking as a staff to collectively align our efforts to ensure that we make this mission a reality. Over the next few weeks and months we will be exploring several foundational commitments, or “non-negiotiables” that we must pursue together if we are to continue to grow and achieve the goal of ensuring that ALL students learn at High Levels.

Please take 3 minutes to watch the video in its entirety before formulating your opinions. After viewing the video clip please consider leave a comment or thought at the bottom of this blog to continue the dialogue and let everyone know what you are thinking.

Click the image below to watch the first video in the series.

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