What is the Strategic Framework?
The Strategic Framework guides all of our district’s work to raise achievement for all students and close achievement gaps. It is our roadmap as a district and details our vision, goals, core values, strategy, and specific actions we are taking as a district.
What process are we going through this year?
The 2017-18 school year will be the fifth year of the district’s Strategic Framework. Five years into our work, we believe it is the right time to reflect on our progress, gather information and ideas and determine what changes we need to make to our strategy for the future.
We want to look at what we’ve accomplished, where we’ve struggled and how we can make more progress in the next phase of action for students with an eye toward long term, sustainable improvement for all.
How will we develop the next version of the Strategic Framework?
We believe our work, defined in the Strategic Framework, will only be successful if it is informed and embraced by all of those doing the day-to-day work of supporting our students in reaching their full potential.
This year, we will gather information and ideas by tapping the expertise of parents, teachers, community members, and students. We know that our Strategic Framework must harness that expertise so that we can best serve the community. Our Board of Education is leading us in this work, and we will be updating them throughout as we hear your ideas, plan for the future and get closer to a final version of the framework for their approval.
Be a part of the process
Attend our upcoming community session to help us chart the next phase of the Strategic Framework:
To request transportation, interpretation, or child care for these meetings, please email email@example.com with your request. If you are unable to attend this session, we invite you to get a brief overview of the progress we've made in the first four years of the Strategic Framework, share your ideas for the areas you think we should focus on moving forward and read about our ideas so far. Yes, I'd like to read more and give my ideas.