A Message from Mr. Wohrley
The faculty and staff of Belleview High School are committed to providing our students with quality educational experiences, integrating curriculum content with real world experiences. All students are provided opportunities to achieve and reach their full potential through rigorous instruction, relevant curriculum, and relationships with staff.
The faculty and staff of Belleview High School are committed to the following ideals:
Each student is treated as a valued individual.
Learning is the primary focus of the school.
Communication among staff, parents and students fosters positive relationships.
Staff, parents, students and community members share the responsibility for providing a safe and supportive learning environment within the school.
Staff, parents, students and community members share the responsibility for student success on state and nationally-driven tests.
Clear goals and high expectations are essential to student success.
A variety of instructional opportunities must be provided to ensure student success.
Attendance and readiness to learn are the responsibility of students, parents and the school community.
The Seven Questions of Teaching:
- What are you teaching?
- Why are you teaching that?
- How are you teaching?
- Why are you teaching that way?
- How are your students doing?
- How do you know how they are doing?
- What are you doing about the ones who aren't doing well?
How do you engage an unmotivated student to become an active learner in your course?