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Board Goals

Goal 1:  Student Achievement

All students will read grade level texts by 3rd grade and stay on grade level; successfully complete Algebra I by the end of 9th grade; be on track with required credits by the end of 9th grade; and graduate with a post-secondary plan.  Student identity (race, culture, socioeconomic status, language, ability, gender, or sexual orientation) does not predict or predetermine success in school.

Strategies:

  1. Monitor students’ reading progress in grades pre-K – 3rd grade using a system of sound instruction, assessment, and intervention so that all students are reading at grade level by 3rd grade.
  2. Prepare students to successfully complete Algebra I by the end of 9th grade.
  3. Develop a system that ensures each 9th grade student is on track to graduate.
  4. All students graduate with a post-secondary plan.

Goal 2:  Equitable Systems

Student identity (race, culture, socioeconomic status, language, ability, gender, or sexual orientation) does not predict or predetermine success in school. Disaggregated data will be used to measure progress on goal.

Strategies:

  1. Recruit and retain racially and culturally diverse staff.
  2. Increase and support student voice, empowerment, and leadership in our schools.
  3. Expand parent and community partnerships.
  4. Increase racial consciousness of staff through professional development focused on race, culture and culturally relevant instruction.

Goal 3:  Real-World Learning

All students participate in real-world learning, with a global perspective, that prepares them for an ever-changing future.  Student identity (race, culture, socioeconomic status, language, ability, gender, or sexual orientation) does not predict or predetermine success in school.

Strategies:

  1. Support cultural responsiveness and biliteracy in our students and staff.
  2. Create additional learning pathways toward graduation and life beyond high school.
  3. Integrate real-world, experiential learning in all grades.
  4. Integrate communication, critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and problem solving skills into learning experiences.
  5. Integrate environmental, social, and economic sustainability in learning experiences.

Goal 4:  Health & Wellness

Improve the health and wellness of district students and staff.  Student identity (race, culture, socioeconomic status, language, ability, gender, or sexual orientation) does not predict or predetermine success in school.

Strategies:

  1. Support and enhance programs that promote student mental wellness and safety.
  2. Support and enhance programs that promote student physical wellness and safety.
  3. Support a robust worksite wellness program for district staff.

Goal 5:  Long Range Facility Planning

Transform aging school facilities to provide safe, effective, efficient, innovative, and equitable learning opportunities for every student. Student identity (race, culture, socioeconomic status, language, ability, gender, or sexual orientation) does not predict or predetermine success in school.

Strategies:

  1. Communicate the needs for improved infrastructure and facilities with the Corvallis community.
  2. Engage staff, parents, students and community in execution of facility improvements consistent with the district’s core values for educational design.
  3. Complete construction projects through a voter-approved bond levy.