During the October 17, 2022, Board Work Session and Regular Session, Superintendent Tracey Miller provided an update on the district’s strategic plan which was officially implemented last school year.
The plan was formulated with the support of a committee of about 25 to 30 people in the summer of 2021 and focuses on three strategic areas to help ensure that the district’s educational offering is the best it can be.
We want to make sure our education is “Personalized,” not just for our students but the teachers as well, to make sure professional development, when it is delivered, meets the needs of our teachers.
We want to make sure our instruction is “Revitalized.” For example, the Board recently adopted new resources for our English Language Arts programs in grades K-12. This year, the focus is on revitalizing the district’s mathematics curriculum. Additionally, through the use of state and federal covid relief funds and re-budgeting, the district purchased and installed new interactive boards for all classrooms.
And, we want to be “Fiscally Grounded” in all that we do while maintaining a growth mindset along with a “how can we” attitude as we look for new ways of doing business better.
You can listen to Mr. Miller’s full Strategic Plan update by clicking here: https://youtu.be/_ueKDr2SwLU?t=975
To view the Strategic Plan, click here: https://bit.ly/3CFpI5g
Also, during the Board work session, each building Principal addressed strengths and challenges as they strive to achieve the Strategic Plan’s three-year targets. They did this through the lens of looking at the results of the survey from last spring, their personal goals, and state report card results. You can find the PowerPoint presentation here: https://bit.ly/3g929Kr