1. Ensure graduates are college and career ready.
Increase student attendance through the use of effective incentive and intervention strategies.
Establish post graduation tracking program to measure success in postsecondary education.
Ensure students are on track for graduation early in their high school careers.
Strengthen intervention and communicate clear expectations,
strengthen intervention programs, and ensure rigorous curriculum that is engaging and inspiring.
2. Provide students with the necessary foundations for learning, specifically in the area of literacy
All students in grade 3 will be at or above their grade level in reading by the end of the school year.
Expand early intervention programs in grades k-2.
Promote quality universal pre-k.
Establish a planning committee with stakeholders from the entire community including parents, higher education, business, social services, and government.
Align strategic goals with the budgetary process.
Set firm time frames for implementation and review of strategic goals.
4. Continue to improve school climate in each building.
Foster an environment that encourages self-motivation for both staff and students.
Strengthen alumni relationships by promoting their participation in school activities.
Continually spotlight achievement and accomplishments of students, staff and community partners.
Showcase student involvement in the community.
Engage families and community members as partners and mentors.