Board of Education and Superintendent Goals for the 2016-`17 school year
- Optimize, manage and sustain growing opportunities for students and staff in the Lunch & Learn Bell Schedule. The Lunch & Learn Schedule is a change from our very traditional schedule to one that maximizes resources, relationships and time so that our students make the most of their high school experience and improve academic achievement, thus increasing their readiness to succeed in college and career. Through the schedule, more students will have the opportunity to engage in academic enrichment activities and participate in co-curricular programs, while our faculty will gain opportunities to meet and discuss best practice for pedagogy in an effort to improve student performance.
- The Superintendent will establish a School Facilities Improvement Task Force comprised of school community stakeholders (e.g. Athletic Director, Asst. Athletic Director per school, Maintenance, Assistant Business Administrator, Student representative from each school, Parent representative from each school, and Board member(s)). The charge of the Task Force will be to:
- Meet on a monthly basis;
- Identify potential beautification projects for each school for the current school year;
- Provide oversight of project completion; and
- Make recommendations to the Board for potential projects for upcoming years.
The following facility upgrades will begin July 1, 2016:
Highland Triton Timber Creek
Bleacher upgrade Locker upgrades Electrical Generator Room A/C
New Roof ADA compliant project Outside bathroom facilities
Concrete sidewalk repairs Concrete sidewalk repairs Athletic surfaces repairs
Paver patio installation Re-pave student parking lot
Athletic surfaces repairs Athletic surfaces repairs
Install new gymnasium doors Install new auditorium doors
- The Superintendent will establish an Intramural Athletic Program aimed at expanding extra-curricular opportunities for the health and wellness of students with special needs. In this attempt, the Superintendent will establish a Fall and Spring schedule that consists of 14 games and 14 practices, appropriate funding to support advisors, transportation, equipment, and uniforms, hold several planning meetings with Supervisors, Administrators and Support Staff, reserve the Use of School Facilities, and communicate to the school community the benefits of offering a program for students with Special Needs.