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  Mission Statement  

Our mission is to prepare student graduates to be successful in realizing their personal, educational, and professional ambitions.

Dauphin Junior High School's vision, mission, and goals are aligned with Enterprise City School System's vision, mission, and goals.  At DJHS, we believe that we must:

  • Empower learners to take ownership of their learning by assisting with the construction of knowledge, while alos providing self-assessing and skill application opportunities in authentic and engaging real-world, 21st-century learning expereinces;

  • Assist learners in developing a deeper understanding and mastery of standards through student-centered lessons;

  • Create safe, secure, and engaging learning environments for all students that are well resourcced and encourage innovation;

  • Provide opportunities for students to develop personalized learning goals aligned with their passion, academic ability, and personal interest; and
  • Ensure high-impact instruction by fostering our own learning through systemic, continual, and intentional professional growth opportunities.

  About The School  

School Continuous Improvement Plan

Click on this link to be taken to a full copy of Dauphin Junior High School's 2016-2017 Continuous Improvement Plan.


Description of School

Dauphin Junior High School (DJHS) is one of two junior high schools in the Enterprise City School system serving both 7th and 8th grade students.  

Dauphin Junior High School employs 33 certified and 15 support staff, with a student to teacher ratio of 19.0.

The current student population at Dauphin Junior High School is 628.

Grade Level:

7th Grade - 291 students

8th Grade - 337 students

Gender:

Female - 305 students

Male - 323 students

Student Demographics:

63% White

19% African-American

11% Hispanic/Latin American

4% Multi-Race

3% Asian/Pacific Islander

1% American Indian/Alaskan Native 


Statement of Student Learning

Statement of Student Learning for Dauphin Junior High School:

Dauphin Junior High School’s purpose is to provide all students with an education that teaches them the necessary skills needed to be successful in the 21st century.  Core class offerings, such as math, English Language Arts,etc., are used to promote and teach the skills necessary for this success.  Elective classes, as well as the media center, play an integral part in this process, offering students diversity in learning in an effort to allow exploration of interest. Students are reminded each day through daily newscast of the characteristics and expectations of DJHS students.

The faculty at DJHS adhere to the Alabama College and Career Readiness Standards in order to prepare student graduates to be successful in realizing their personal, educational, and professional ambitions.  Student learning of the ACCRS is measured by student performance on the ACT Aspire, given in the spring of each school year; the progress monitoring data collected through the Renaissance Learning STAR Math and Reading computer-adapted testing program, given three times a year; and common assessments given in each core subject at the end of each nine weeks.  

Student learning at Dauphin Junior High School is enriched through student centered lessons, student collaboration, student choice, real-life application/connection, and the effective use of technology.  Teachers work collaboratively to develop student centered lessons that are related to real-life as much as possible, and that allow students choice and voice in their learning.  Technology is used as a tool in instruction, and with the implementation of our district’s Technology Innovation Experience initiative - which provides for a TIE Team at each school that receives technology and technology and Project-Based Learning training - students and teachers are provided the opportunity to enhance the learning process through the integration of purposeful technology use..

Communication is also key to student success, and in an effort to promote this necessary component of student success, Dauphin Junior High School uses several different tools.  Our website, at https://dauphin.al.ecj.schoolinsites.com/, is the first form of communication that our school uses.  Teachers are required to keep their individual teacher web pages up-to-date, including posting assignment, projects, lesson plans, and contact information.  Also, there is an option on all school websites in the district for parents to sign up to be notified via email or text of any important school news, such as inclement weather alerts.  Next, our school and district uses the REMIND app to alert parents and students of upcoming events. Teachers also use this app to remind parents and students of homework, project due dates, and other pertinent information.  Additionally, our school and district uses a phone all-call system called School Messenger to connect with parents, students, and the community about upcoming events or special alerts.

 


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