The following ESLR's were adopted during the 1997-98 WASC self-study processes. ESLRs are essentially the traits and skills we strive to develop in our students that will serve them well at Halstrom and beyond.
The Halstrom student is a...
Students participate in the learning process and accept responsibility for learning. Students practice self-evaluation, improvement of assignments, time-management, organizational skills, and study skills.
Students can apply complex problem-solving and critical thinking skills to real life scenarios. They apply existing knowledge to resolve problems.
Students apply and understand knowledge in written and verbal communication. They develop and apply reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills.
Students demonstrate work ethics for a successful college or working career. They develop academic and interpersonal skills, utilizing modern resources. They can research college, career, and occupational training opportunities.
Students demonstrate knowledge of various cultures, as well as environmental and political issues and responsibilities. They are involved in the community and recognize their relationship to the world and need for and use of community resources.