Defining the characteristics of an E.L. Haynes graduate.
Our new graduate profile will drive the decisions we make across our Pre-K through 12th grade curriculum and the defining learning experiences and opportunities every student will have as an E.L. Haynes mountain lion.
Kindness: Shows empathy and regularly helps others without expecting anything in return.
Social intelligence: Builds positive relationships and navigates group settings.
Intercultural competence: Communicates and engages effectively with people from other cultures.
Applied learning: Masters the foundational concepts in all core content areas and applies that knowledge to creatively solve real-world problems and challenges.
Curiosity: Explores new ideas, activities, and experiences, and strives to increase their own personal knowledge.
Perseverance: Works hard and finishes what is started, despite barriers and obstacles that arise.
Agency: Clarifies one’s intentions and goals, identifies necessary actions to achieve those goals, and leverages resources to accomplish stated goals.
Historical Perspective: Understands the social, cultural, intellectual, and emotional settings that shaped people’s lives and actions.
Social-Justice Orientation: Promotes justice and equity.