... the mission of the East Central Independent School District is to prepare students to become SUCCESSFUL, RESPONSIBLE, and PRODUCTIVE CITIZENS.
... a SUCCESSFUL STUDENT works to his/her full potential, has excellent attendance, possesses self-worth and projects a positive self-image, enjoys life and gets satisfaction out of whatever he/she is doing, acts as a positive leader, establishes realistic goals, and makes good decisions.
... a RESPONSIBLE STUDENT learns marketable skills to make him/her employable and self-supporting, handles constructive criticism well, exhibits a cooperative attitude, accepts the consequences of his/her actions, leads a healthy lifestyle, honors commitments, and respects the rights and property of self and others.
... a PRODUCTIVE STUDENT becomes involved in school, club, and community activities, attains his/her goals, assists peers with their problems, makes a positive contribution to the community, does more than is required, and always strives for excellence.
Committed to a quality education, the District strives to promote a positive school climate that optimizes teaching and learning in accordance with the values of its community. The instructional focus is reflected in a curriculum that supports academic achievement for all children. Within our schools, this academic achievement is fostered by high expectations of both staff and students. The students' academic performance is monitored effectively and the results utilized in planning goals and objectives. A strong commitment to preparing students to function in an ever changing technological world accompanies our goals for a solid basic education for all. Leadership throughout the District supports the goals and helps to communicate the educational mission of East Central.
East Central students will become successful, responsible, and productive citizens with a strong sense of community and a respect for cultural diversity. Embodying the American tradition of personal responsibility coupled with a sense of generosity and caring, they will become lifelong learners through the support of the education community and through their own academic endeavors.
As tomorrow's leaders, they will achieve to their maximum potential in safe, orderly schools with high learning standards and opportunities for real-world applications of their acquired skills.
De acuerdo con el título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles del año 1964, el Título IX de la Reforma Educativa del año 1972, el Artículo 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación del año1973 y el Título II de la Ley de los Estadounidenses con Discapacidades del año 1992, el Distrito Escolar Independiente de East Central no discrimina por motivos de raza, religión, estado militar, color, nacionalidad, edad, sexo, discapacidad ni por ningún otro motivo prohibido por la ley.La directora del Título IX del distrito es la Sra. Stevie Gonzales y la Coordinadora del Artículo 504 es Donna Owen, 6634 New Sulphur Springs Rd, San Antonio, TX 78263, (210) 648-7861.