As part of Minnesota state reporting, St. Anthony - New Brighton Schools completes the following reports to assess our student's growth and success at our schools. These reports act as a baseline for our district. Read through the reports to receive a snapshot of our student's progress.
How we measure student success
We know our students have succeeded at St. Anthony - New Brighton Schools if they possess the following skills after they graduate:
Thrive emotionally and socially in adaptive environments.
Positively contribute as a thriving citizen to their community.
Harness academic skills and a love of learning.
Every three years, our administrative leadership team reviews the progress of the goals and if they were met. They also meet to set new goals. Further information on the district's progress will be communicated later this spring.
- Strong Relationships (community focus)
- Strong Communications (community focus)
- High Expectations & High Support (staff focus)
- High Expectations & High Support (students and staff focus)
Strong Relationships (community focus)
Strong Communications (community focus)
High Expectations & High Support (staff focus)
High Expectations & High Support (students and staff focus)
Our commitment to educational equity
We believe all students can learn at high levels. We provide high support to meet students where they are at, moving them toward a mastery of comprehension and application of skills.
We design instruction that is rooted in our belief that each student contains brilliance. We seek to nurture their learning progressions, moving students along a growth continuum of skill acquisition while fostering a love of learning.