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The mission of Kaw Valley USD 321, a community united in purpose, is to guarantee that each student achieves academic and personal success through an educational system characterized by synergistic relationships; high quality curriculum; a dedicated, adaptable, caring staff in safe, unique learning centers. — USD 321 Website
We feel a quality education is accomplished through small class sizes, good parent communication, and the integration of quality resources and curriculum. Our students are provided with PE and Music classes every day, and computer lab time each week. Mission Valley is a state recognized MTSS Model School for our Elementary Intervention Program. — USD 330 Website
We are committed to provide the best possible education for all of our students. It is vital that we as a community; parents, patrons and staff focus on providing an educational system where our mission is: Each student will be prepared to meet life’s challenges as a productive member of society. — USD 340 Website
Seaman Unified School District No. 345 will provide a positive environment in which all students will achieve the knowledge, skills, and social/emotional behaviors enabling them to be responsible, productive citizens in a democratic society. — USD 345 Website
- Mission Statement: The mission of Santa Fe Trail USD 434 is to support individual student needs in preparation for successful lifework.
- Vision Statement: USD 434 is the school district of choice for those pursuing the highest quality in academic and extra-curricular experiences.
The mission of Shawnee Heights USD 450 is to provide quality education that ensures academic achievement for all students and develops caring, productive and responsible citizens. This will be achieved through:
- Diverse academic opportunities
- Staff committed to continuous improvement
- Student, family and community involvement
- Safe schools
Strengthened by diversity and a welcoming and inclusive environment, our district will cultivate partnerships with staff, families, business and industry, and the greater community to develop students’ educational, physical, and social-emotional well being.
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