Manchester School District Strategic Plan
Manchester School District Strategic Plan as approved by the BOSC on January 26, 2015
The Manchester School District Strategic Plan is the result of our belief that all students achieve their full potential by participation in an educational experience that is relevant, challenging and individualized, an experience that shares such common values as equity, cultural understanding, accountability and leadership and was designed based on the overarching goals of achievement, innovation, instruction, collaboration, early learning, and safety for all students in all schools.
It is the mission of the Manchester School District, in partnership with the community, to inspire and empower all learners with the knowledge, skills, and experiences essential for them to reach their greatest potential.
The Manchester School District will be a dynamic system focused on the realization of student aspirations.
From the 2013 school year to the end of the 2017-18 school year, the percentage of students proficient or above in reading at each grade level as measured by state and district assessments, will increase by 20 percentage points.
From the 2013 school year to the end of the 2017-18 school year, the percentage of students proficient or above in mathematics at each grade level as measured by state and district assessments, will increase by 20 percentage points.
From the 2013 school year to the end of the 2017-18 school year, the percentage of students who are college and career ready upon graduation will increase as measured by improvement in attendance, graduation and participation rates in college-bound assessments.
Rubric to Track Organizational Progress
- Student Learning
Developing a plan and metrics
Adapt existing and pioneering new
Emerging vision/few examples to reference
Explicit permission and encouragement
High levels of Leadership capacity is inherent at all levels of the organization
- Policy Development
- Supportive Structure
Awareness of need
Core infrastructure in place
Anticipate future needs
- Managing and Measuring Change
Adapting existing and pioneer new
Organizational Progress is measured by: