Good Shepherd provides quality instructional programs taught in a Christ centered atmosphere. In a safe and orderly environment, students strive to reach their greatest potential, learn to demonstrate mutual respect, work cooperatively to achieve clearly stated goals, value the learning process, and prepare for a productive role in a democratic and Christian environment. Before and after school care is offered. Good Shepherd has designed its curriculum, K-7, to be aligned with the California Department of Educations's Model Curriculum Standards and State Framework.All teachers and staff at Good Shepherd Lutheran School are skilled professionals and are participating Christians committed to quality education. Serving as positive role models, our staff employs consistent student management techniques that convey respect, caring, and high expectations for student behavior and achievement.
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