Fulton

K-8 School

Home of the Wildcats

       FULTON’S MISSION, VISION & VALUES

The Mission of Fulton is to provide a 1st Class Education for all students. At Fulton each student will be provided with an education that promotes critical thinking, curiosity, creativity, and communication. Our expectation and belief is that all scholars will receive a rigorous education and GRADUATE FROM THE COLLEGE OF THEIR CHOICE. We strongly believe in the development of personal responsibility and positive self-esteem to facilitate a cooperative, integrated, and high-performing learning community. Students will possess the skills that higher education requires and the workforce will demand. The culture of Fulton is one of an uncompromising commitment to the educational pursuits of each and every student such that their potential is recognized and their dreams become a reality through quality teaching and hard work. 

 

The Shared Vision of Fulton’s learning community is to create an environment where all students and stakeholders are valued and respected, where learning is a life-long process, and we aspire to empower high-achieving innovative thinkers, promote character development, and celebrate cultural diversity.  Fulton’s comprehensive curriculum centers on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.), via ingenuity, innovation, collaboration, and problem-solving. Our commitment to quality instruction, enrichment opportunities, and valuing diversity while differentiating instruction for each scholar, offers a dynamic experience for our students so that they will succeed (compete and win) in a constantly changing global society.

 

The Core Values of Fulton are: Passion, Responsibility, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence.

 

In productive classrooms, teachers don’t just teach children skills: they build emotionally and relationally healthy learning communities. Teachers create intellectual environments that produce not only technically competent students, but also caring, secure, actively literate human beings. - Peter H. Johnston