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Superintendent Goals

2017-22 Board-Established Superintendent Goals

Goal 1: Increased Student Learning and Performance

Delivering high levels of learning for all students is the Superintendent's core mission. To that end, the Board has established high expectations for increased student performance as identified by the Strategic Plan Indicator Targets. In order to meet and/or exceed Board-established outcomes:

  • The Superintendent will provide the training, leadership, and accountability necessary to ensure high-functioning school learning communities are established, where grade-level and course-alike collaborative teams develop a guaranteed and viable curriculum and ensure essential learning occurs.
    • This will be evidenced by:
      • Improved 3rd-8th grade reading and math performance for all students consistent with Board-established targets
      • Improved student outcomes for special education and ELL students consistent with Board-established targets
      • Decreased 9th grade course failure rates consistent with Board-established targets
      • Increased 4 and 5 year graduation rates consistent with Board-Established targets
      • Increased ACT performance consistent with Board-established targets
      • Staff feedback from a perception survey administered annually every fall

Goal 2: Increased Board-level Engagement with Student Learning and Performance

  • The Superintendent will prioritize and focus his efforts and energy on the 2017-22 Strategic Plan Goals and Indicators with the School Board.
    • This will be evidenced by:
      • Developing, and regularly reviewing with the Board, building-level dashboard performance reports to monitor and assess improved student performance.

Goal 3: Increased Student Engagement and Support

  • The Superintendent will implement programs, systems, and accountability measures necessary to increase student engagement, Latino/a student and family involvement, and student social/emotional support.
    • This will be evidenced by:
      • Decreased chronic absenteeism consistent with Board-established targets
      • Increased student engagement and involvement (Latino/a emphasis) consistent with Board-established targets
      • Increased parent/stakeholder satisfaction as measured by a stakeholder perception survey administered every fall

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