Board Goals - 2017/2018

Board Goals and Priorities for 2017/2018

Each student will be reading on grade level by the end of third grade and maintain reading on grade level each year as measured by the Developmental Reading Assessment or designated district assessment. 

Each English Learner will become proficient in four years as measured by the English Language Performance Assessment of California. 

Each student will master grade-level mathematics standards as measured by the designated summative assessment.


                                                   STUDENT LEARNING

  • 100% of our students will enter Kindergarten ready for school as measured by their attendance at preschool or readiness camp.
  • Each primary student (TK-2) will learn to read and increase academic proficiency by one grade level or more per year in reading and Mathematics as measured by site and district multiple assessments.
  • Each student in grades 3-5 will read to learn and increase academic proficiency by one grade level or more per year in reading and Mathematics as measured by CAASPP scores taken yearly.
  • Each student in grades 6-8 will begin college and career readiness preparation as measured by CAASPP scores taken yearly as well as Naviance completion.
  • Each student in grades 9-12 will continue their preparation for college and career readiness as measured by their course completion and CAASPP score (grade 11).
  • All students graduating from high school are College and Career Ready as measured by their transcripts and post high school plans.

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

  • All lessons will engage students in their learning using a variety of planned strategies, including high speed Internet, as measured by regular classroom observations.
  • All lessons will provide more rigorous and consistent expectations that will educate each student at a high level regardless of students’ academic status as measured by regular classroom observations.
  • All lessons will include appropriate SDAIE/ELD strategies necessary to facilitate content mastery for English Learners while developing English proficiency as measured by regular classroom observations.

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

  • Maintain the student attendance rate at 97% as measured by our Student Information System with a continued focus at FJW and Kress Preschool.
  • Reduce recorded disciplinary actions by 5% as measured by our Student Information System.
  • Maintain or increase participation in elective programs as measured by our end of semester enrollments.
  • Promote quality co-curricular and extra-curricular programs for grades 5-12.
  • Maintain or increase participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular programs as measured by our end of season compilations.

STAFFING

  • Pursue a competitive salary structure compared to selected districts for all employees.
  • Provide health and welfare benefits comparable to selected districts for all employees.
  • Provide focused Professional Learning that leads to increased academic achievement for all staff that supports the attainment of the Board Goals as measured by an end of year compilation.

COMMUNITY RELATIONS

  • Promote parent participation in school activities, committees, and trainings.
  • Maintain or increase the level of service provided by local agencies for student mental health, substance use and abuse, and counseling as measured by an end of year compilation.
  • Continue to improve the community’s awareness of the school district’s programs and services as measured by attendance at WUSD special events.
  • Maintain our strong partnership with the City of Woodlake and the Woodlake Police Department.

FACILITIES

  • Continue work on priority list of facility improvement projects and maintenance needs.

FINANCIAL

  • Develop a budget and align resources in accordance with the Local Control Accountability Plan and Board Goals.
  • Maintain a 6% annual reserve. Develop District priorities for reserves above this.
  • No qualified/negative interim reports or annual budgets.


Adopted on June 14, 2017