THE PLAN FORWARD

SYSTEM OF GREAT SCHOOLS

The System of Great Schools framework is a unifying theory of action that knits together our priorities and actions. It is a way for us to see the whole, rather than think about our work in silos. This framework will serve as our foundation to increase the number of top-rated schools in the district.

We will manage school performance by systematically reviewing our schools throughout the year and determining which strategies to use to improve or maintain performance.

The creation of schools should not be arbitrary. Rather, we will expand options to meet the needs of all students, focusing on high-quality and innovative school models based on feedback from students and families as well as the district’s needs and access to resources.

Additionally, we will be intentional about increasing access to these new learning options by providing timely and transparent information directly to families.

New systems and processes will be developed to increase the district’s ability and capacity to maintain a system of great schools.

The System of Great Schools framework is a unifying theory of action that knits together our priorities and actions. It is a way for us to see the whole, rather than think about our work in silos. This framework will serve as our foundation to increase the number of top-rated schools in the district.

We will manage school performance by systematically reviewing our schools throughout the year and determining which strategies to use to improve or maintain performance.

The creation of schools should not be arbitrary. Rather, we will expand options to meet the needs of all students, focusing on high-quality and innovative school models based on feedback from students and families as well as the district’s needs and access to resources.

Additionally, we will be intentional about increasing access to these new learning options by providing timely and transparent information directly to families.

New systems and processes will be developed to increase the district’s ability and capacity to maintain a system of great schools.