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Spangdahlem Middle School will be a high performing school that empowers students to achieve excellence. With collaborative relationships among students, parents, community and teachers we will foster 21st Century skills, cultivate personal growth, and inspire life-long learning.
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
Goal 1: 85% of Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency by being in the top two quarters in Reading by 06/10/2016 as measured by TerraNova.
Goal 2: 80% of Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency by being in the top two quarters in Mathematics by 06/10/2016 as measured byTerraNova.
Spangdahlem Middle School (SPMS)
Shared Values and Beliefs
Spangdahlem Middle School expects to be a high performing school by investing in these beliefs on behalf of students, staff, families and our community.
·We believe in a safe, supportive and respectful learning environment.
·We believe in fostering communication and collaboration with families and the community.
·We believe that responsibility for student achievement is shared by students, parents, staff, and the community.
·We believe in standards-based, differentiated instruction that is innovative, challenging, meaningful and relevant, now and in preparation for college and career.
·We believe in embracing diversity, cultivating personal growth and promoting the desire for life-long learning.
·We believe in mentoring our future leaders for success in the 21st century’s variable and progressive global economy.
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APO, AE 09126-3640
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DSN: 452-7255 / 7205
Local: 06565-61-7255 / 7205
Fax: (DSN) 452-2792
Fax: (Local) 06565-61-2792
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