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Student Learning Expectations

A St. Peter Martyr student is...

God-centered, who:

  • Loves God, love others.
  • Learns about our faith.
  • Prays
  • Appreciates God’s creation.
  • Prays together.

A good citizen, who:

  • Follows the rules.
  • Makes good choices.
  • Share with others.
  • Helps others.

A life-long learner, who:

  • Tries to learn.
  • Shares their talents.
  • Does their best.
  • Respects others.

An effective communicator, who

  • Speaks, reads, and writes clearly.
  • Uses technology.
  • Listens to others.

A St. Peter Martyr School graduate is…

A God-centered person who is able to:

  • Live the Gospel through service, tolerance, and justice.
  • Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of Catholic doctrine and faith.
  • Know how to pray and develop a prayer life.
  • Recognize God’s love and appreciate God’s creation.
  • Be part of a faith community and foster a relationship with God.

A conscientious and socially aware citizen who is able to:

  • Demonstrate good citizenship and be a contributing member of society.
  • Make morally responsible decisions which include loving and forgiving others.
  • Work cooperatively and responsibly with others.
  • Demonstrate self discipline and accountability for personal actions.

A life-long learner who is able to:

  • Seek, use, and apply knowledge, skills, strategies, tools, and resources for learning.
  • Demonstrate knowledge in all the basic subjects and experience the Fine Arts.
  • Use problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Develop an understanding of the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of self and others.

An effective communicator who is able to:

  • Speak, read, and write appropriately, effectively, and clearly.
  • Use tools, resources, and technology for communication and the exchange of ideas.
  • Listen attentively and actively.