Doland School Philosophy
The school seeks to develop fundamental skills, and
encourages students to use these as building blocks for their
future. It is the goal of the Doland Public School to meet
individual needs by offering college preparatory courses, vocational
courses and technical courses. The major responsibility of the
school is to enrich the students' intellectual growth by providing
the environment and climate for learning.
Each student should be treated as a unique
individual with his/her own capabilities and background. We
shall strive to guide the individual in the development of personal
interests, values, potential, and self-worth.
The role of the teacher is important in stimulating
the individual to achievement and personal growth. The
personality, skills, and abilities of the classroom teacher are
vital to the educational program.
The process of education is shared by the
cooperation of the parents, school, community, church, and the
student, in order to develop acceptable standards of social and
moral behavior. In accomplishing these goals, it is our
intentions to equip students to become self-supporting and
productive members of society