to the Glendale
Responsibility to and for the adequate development of the student is the
province of the home, the school, and the community. Glendale
School District recognizes that the purpose of the school can only be
achieved through the acceptance by the student of the obligation to
become a fully participating citizen of the school community. The
School, therefore shall expect regular attendance, a maximum effort
toward learning, a full participation in the learning activities of the
school, and compliance with standards of conduct as defined in the
written rules of the school.
The district recognizes that communication is basic for the individual
to express himself/herself and gain information for rational decision
making. We shall strive to develop the individual's basic skill in
reading, writing, speaking, computing reasoning, and acting
A well-rounded school program of health and physical education should
cooperate with home and community in promoting health interests.
The district shall offer experience for a student to choose a vocational
area suited to his/her interests and potential.
The district shall promote in the individual self-esteem, pride in
his/her work, creativity, individuality, self-discipline, and academic
The district recognizes and respects the rights of the individual and
expects his/her recognition of the rights of others.
Responsible character is to be trusted and admired. The art of
moral living is part of character building. The district believes
that it is a basic tenet of the philosophy of the school that we share
with the family their responsibility of fostering spiritual awareness.
The Board recognizes that the schools are owned by people; that they are
operated for the people for the purpose of achieving educational
objectives that have been formulated by the people as being those which
they believe to be desirable for their children. Toward this end,
the Glendale Board of Directors, administrators, and staff are