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NEASC Report for Fall Mountain Regional High School

NEASC Report for Fall Mountain Regional High School

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New England Association ofSchools and Colleges
 
Commission on Public Secondary Schools
Report of the Visiting Committee for
Fall Mountain Regional High SchoolLangdon, New Hampshire
 
March 18-21, 2012 Janette Radowicz, CHAIRKenneth Proulx, ASSISTANT CHAIRThomas Ronning, PRINCIPAL
 
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New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.
209 Burlington Road, Suite 201, Bedford, MA 01730-1433TEL. 781-271-0022FAX 781-271-0950www.neasc.org 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
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Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................... 3Statement on Limitations ............................................................................................................ 4Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 5Overview of Findings .................................................................................................................. 7Quality of the Self-StudyDiscussion of Significant Findings regardingTeaching and Learning and the Support ofTeaching and LearningSchool and Community Summary ............................................................................................ 9
School’s Statement of
Core Values, Beliefs, and Learning Expectations ........................... 11Teaching and Learning Standards ........................................................................................... 13Core Values, Beliefs, and Learning Expectations ....................................................... 14Curriculum ...................................................................................................................... 18Instruction ........................................................................................................................ 24Assessment of and for Student Learning .................................................................... 29Support of Teaching and Learning Standards ........................................................................ 35School Culture and Leadership .................................................................................... 36School Resources for Learning ...................................................................................... 42Community Resources for Learning ............................................................................ 50Follow-Up Responsibilities ....................................................................................................... 55
APPENDICES
 A. Roster of Visiting Committee MembersB.
 
Commission Policy on Substantive Change

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