During the fall of 2019, the district is working to develop a blueprint for the future of our schools. This blueprint - our strategic plan - will include 3-5 goals for the next five years. A committee composed of staff, parents, and community members will help the district in this process.
Kick-Off Meeting - Sept. 16
Superintendent Paul Mensching met with 40+ district staff, parents, and community members on September 16 to kick off the district's strategic planning process. The district will be working to develop a new strategic plan over the next few months. The plan focuses on what the school district wants to achieve in the next five years and how we are going to get there. The process involves setting long-term (5 year) priorities (3-4) and goals for the district, setting actions to achieve those goals, and mobilizing the resources to achieve those goals.
During the presentation, Mr. Mensching shared an overview of the district which is available here.
Second Meeting - October 28
Superintendent Paul Mensching met with 30+ community members, parents, and school staff to work on the district's strategic plan on Monday, Oct. 28. This is the group's second meeting to develop 3-5 goals for the district for the next five years. The committee reviewed demographic & financial information shared during the first meeting and heard some of the results from the recent Blueprint survey. To view the presentation, click here.
To view a summary of the results of the three primary Blueprint Survey questions, click here.
Third Meeting - December 3
During this meeting, community members, parents and school staff developed four focus areas. Click here for the document outlining their recommendations.
Board of Education Meeting - December 17
The Board of Education approved the focus areas as presented by the strategic planning committeee.