The board of trustees has established a set of Strategic Priorities which direct and focus District activities.

Board Policies and Regulations

Information regarding Board policies are included in the District’s Administrative Code. Copies of any portion of the Code are available to members of the public upon request to the Superintendent’s Office.

Closed Sessions

The Board of Trustees may meet in Closed Session for several purposes specified by State law. Closed sessions may be called and held by the Board of Trustees during regular or special meetings. Members of the public will be given an opportunity to address the Board of Trustees on any item listed on the Closed Session Agenda prior to the start of Closed Session.


  Goal#1: Provide Effective Instructional and Extra-curricular Programs  

Long Term Priorities
  • Improve student academic performance in all subject areas, for all subgroups, as measured by local, state, and federal accountability measures.
  • Increase the percentage of students fulfilling college admission requirements.
  • Maintain elective offerings to ensure a complete and comprehensive schedule for all students.
  • Improve graduation rate.
  • Continue to focus on curriculum and programs to better prepare students for work, career training, and/or college.
Near Term Initiatives
  • Enhance instructional alternatives such as online learning opportunities
  • Explore the feasibility of additional regional CTE programs and/or facilities
  • Transition to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) while focusing on 21st century learning

 

  Goal#2: Maintain and Support An Exemplary Staff  

Long Term Priorities
  • Recruit, hire, develop, and retain a highly qualified and effective staff.
  • Continue to develop and support a District-wide Professional Learning Community (PLC) culture that promotes collegiality and collaboration and focuses on student learning.
  • Maintain high morale among employees.
  • Provide district-wide and school-based staff development opportunities, aligned with District priorities/goals, to enhance employee performance and best practices
Near Term Initiatives:
  • Plan for staffing restoration as resources become available

 

  Goal#3: Enhance Student Support Services  

Long Term Priorities
  • Maintain a safe and supportive school environment.
  • Continue efforts to encourage regular student attendance and progression to graduation.
  • Maintain a quality guidance program focused on individual student academic, career, and personal/social success.
  • Maintain quality facilities and technology systems .
  • Provide safe and affordable transportation and a quality food service program.
  • Ensure campuses remain at optimal levels of utilization, operation and appearance.
Near Term Initiatives
  • Upgrade KHSD technology infrastructure and HR/Business systems
  • Continue to explore instructional technologies including digital alternatives to paper textbooks
  • Finalize vulnerability assessments and revise Safe School Plans

 

  Goal#4: Strengthen School/Community Relations  

Long Term Priorities
  • Encourage parent participation in student achievement.
  • Expand effective communication with parents, agencies and businesses.
  • Increase articulation and coordination efforts with feeder districts/schools and with postsecondary institutions.
  • Maximize resources through joint partnerships and collaboration with state and community organizations.
  • Participate in public policy formation.
Near Term Initiatives
  • Explore emerging technologies to enhance communication with parents

 

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