Recognizing that each member of the school community is a unique individual, created in God's image and worthy of respect. Our school community strives to create an environment which fosters the physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual growth of each individual. Students are the center of the school educational mission. This belief calls forth the following responses from these students: Willingness to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and live Gospel values. Active participation in the learning process as a means of reaching their fullest potential and becoming lifelong learners. Growth in acceptance, care and concern for others, and evidence of a growing sense of responsibility to the various communities (family, school, parish, Church, and civic) of which they are a part. Educators who are part of the school community are persons of faith committed to the task of guiding students. The educators' commitment requires: Growing in Faith and commitment to Gospel values. Serving as a model of Christian moral life. Displaying care and concern for each other and for all members of the school community. Continued dedication to personal and professional growth as a means of stimulating, guiding, and facilitating learning situations. Parents are the primary educators. This belief calls forth the following responses from parents: Cooperate with the Christian education of youth as evidenced through participation in parish life. Adhere to and support of school policies and recommendations. Encourage and provide a productive learning environment at home so students can continue the learning process.
Mary Queen of Peace School (formerly known as Our Lady of Good Counsel) is a leading educational facility offering up to date teaching methods, curriculum, and multimedia technology to students in preschool through eighth grade.
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