Two Rivers is dedicated to ensuring its students have rich and varied options for their future. A Two Rivers education goes beyond the basic subjects of math, reading and literacy, science, and history to ensure every student is well positioned to be successful members in our society. Students are taught ‘21st Century’ skills or ‘Deeper Learning’ skills:
- Critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Character (responsibility, perseverance, growth mindset [a belief that they can and will succeed], strong work ethic)
- Collaboration and communication
Mastering these skills prepare Two Rivers students to solve any problem they may encounter. In this section you will learn more about how we develop and assess these skills in our students.
Two Rivers Scholarly Habits
To teach character, communication and collaboration we have developed a set of scholarly habits in alignment with the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) competencies for social emotional learning.
I know myself:
I am independent and resilient:
I act with integrity:
I show compassion and embrace diversity:
I can connect and collaborate: