District Goals 2019-2020
Each year, district leaders craft challenging goals based on a review of previous years’ goals, achievement data, feedback from stakeholders, and a consideration of government mandates, local and societal needs, and relevant research. They must be general enough to encompass and guide all other curricular and building goals, yet specific enough to be measurable and achievable. The district goals then form the basis for building goals, which in turn inform department, administrator, and teacher professional development plans. Progress on these goals is reported mid-year and at the end of the school year.
1. Student Achievement: Improve student attendance, behavior, and ELA and math achievement, as identified in the 2018 ESEA Accountability Profiles, through tiered intervention and differentiated instruction strategies.
2. Budget: Develop a financial plan that includes both alternative revenue sources and the continued identification of efficiencies to minimize the cumulative impact of state aid cuts on students, staff, programs, and the community..
3. Facilities: Work with project manager to complete referendum projects within timetables of the project contract and allocate facilities staff to address other deficiencies and build preventative maintenance plans for our buildings.
4. Technology: Focus on technology practices that improve differentiated learning, promote careers, and foster computational thinking at all levels.
5. Community and Communications: Continue to foster positive relationships with community organizations and grant partners. Articulate district progress toward goal achievement through online and printed publications. Increase authentic career and technical learning opportunities ( CTE) for students to interact with local and regional individuals and organizations to promote diverse aspirations and expand career awareness across all grade levels.
Approved at the BOE Meeting July 24, 2019
REPORT ON ACHIEVEMENT OF 2018-2019 DISTRICT GOALS