District 30 Board Goals

Our Board of Education and Administrative Team worked together to update our Strategic Plan annually. This work supports the District 30 Echo, our five Strategic Objectives, and it fuels the creation of two powerful Board Goals that reflect what is most important this year. Goals are closely monitored in order to ensure their progress and completion.

District 30 Echo

District 30 exists to create a community that craves learning, fosters resiliency, and cares deeply for every child.

We honor childhood and foster intellectual, physical, and social-emotional growth.

We value:

  • Accepting responsibility for all students
  • Maintaining strong relationships and collegiality
  • Implementing child-centric practices

We will Succeed by Realizing District 30's Strategic Objectives:

  • Create rich learning experiences and dynamic environments that promote student growth, build a culture of innovation and prepare students to be productive global citizens.
  • Maintain a healthy, financially stable position.
  • Ensure facilities and systems contribute to an optimal educational experience.
  • Recruit, hire and retain the highest quality staff and provide coordinated professional development.
  • Establish and maintain continuous open exchanges of ideas and information with all stakeholders, both internal and external, to foster relationships, collaboration, and understanding among our entire learning community.

Our progress on our Strategic Objectives is informed by our Key Statistics Document.

District 30's 2018-2019 Board Goals

Goal 1

Increase District 30’s capacity to systemically collaborate within grade-level teams to execute the cycle of continuous instructional improvement by: 

  1. Generating a cost-neutral way to provide time for meaningful grade-level collaboration
  2. Defining collaborative norms for grade-level collaboration
  3. Establishing protocols for continuous instructional improvement (e.g. analyzing local common assessment data)
Goal 2

Ensure District 30 facilities possess the capacity to support our evolving and emerging programs and contribute to optimal educational experiences by:

  1. Leveraging and managing supported funding options for one-time debt management for the new Maple/DO Project
  2. Implementing supported Master Facility Plan options that:
    1. Build the new Maple School and campus
    2. Update operations to support our new Maple School
  3. Updating the Master Facility Plan to:
    1. Define the flexible furniture that will be integrated in our elementary schools to support our educational vision
    2. Incorporate capacity needs at our elementary schools that support enrollment projections
  4. Generating continuous updates on construction to District 30 Stakeholders