To try to keep the Oregon-Davis School Corporation’s finances in the black, parents are now brainstorming ways to boost enrollment. During a school board work session Wednesday, Superintendent Dr. Don Harman said the pace of the enrollment decline has exceeded the projections he made during the referendum discussions in late 2017.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board will look at some of the challenges facing the school corporation during a work session tonight. Following a facilities tour, board members will hear presentations on the strategic action plan and the corporation’s finances.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board is being asked to step up its recruitment and retention efforts. During Monday’s discussion about a proposed high school administrative restructuring, several community members felt the school corporation needed a long-term strategy for addressing ongoing enrollment decline.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is looking for individuals interested in helping with updates to the corporation’s strategic plan. Superintendent Dr. Don Harman says the Strategic Action Team will meet next Monday, October 29 at 6:30 p.m. in room 202 in the junior/senior high school. The group will review the strategic plan and suggest possible changes, based on school improvement plans, student achievement, and other information.
The Oregon-Davis School Board has finalized a document that will guide the school corporation through the next five years. A strategic action plan for the years 2018 through 2023 was formally approved during Monday’s school board meeting, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman. “The whole idea is that we have a plan of attack, if you will, for where we want Oregon-Davis to go in the next five years plus,” he explains. “And we’ll be reviewing this strategic plan every year, to look at the academics and also our facilities for the corporation.”
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is putting the finishing touches on its plan for the next five years. A strategic action plan for the years 2018 through 2023 was presented to the school board on first reading Monday by Superintendent Dr. Don Harman. “What I’ve tried to do is put a plan in place, just so we can explain to our patrons, so we as the board kind of know what our vision is for our student body and then also know where, financially, we’re going with our facilities,” he explained.