Strategic Planning Continues
Phase two goals: "Gaining Altitude"
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best education for our students, we want to update you on the progress of our strategic planning initiative. The introduction to our Phase One goals was posted last week, and this communication will focus on the Phase Two goals-- “Gaining Altitude”.
Over the past few months, our school district has been working collaboratively with stakeholders, including parents, teachers, staff, and community members, to develop a comprehensive strategic plan. This plan outlines our vision, mission, and the strategic priorities that will guide our efforts in enhancing the overall educational experience in Charlotte Public Schools. Below is our plan for our Phase Two goals. All of the goal areas are a direct reflection of the data collected during this process, which were then organized into the three phases.
Phase II (Gaining Altitude)
- Reestablish and enforce clear and consistent behavior expectations and responses by increasing resources and professional development for district staff, families, and community members.
- Establish a consistent protocol for communications throughout the district to increase satisfaction and clarity among stakeholders.
- Encourage meaningful relationships between students and staff where students feel connected to and supported by adults.
- Enhance our positive experiences across the district to establish an environment where everyone feels valued.
- Explore, identify, and implement professional development opportunities that lead to learning and growth.
As we move forward with the implementation of our strategic plan, we will provide regular updates and opportunities for you to engage with the process. Your support and collaboration are crucial in making our vision a reality. Thank you for your ongoing commitment to the success of Charlotte Public Schools. Together, we can create an educational environment where we can Grow, Learn, Play…The Oriole Way!
Go Orioles! Oriole Pride!
Dr. Mandy R. Stewart- CPS Superintendent