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 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 North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation is making headway in addressing the some of the concerns brought forward during last fall’s curriculum audit, according to Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin.Continue reading
A five-year strategic plan will be up for approval during tonight’s Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting. The proposed plan was presented to the school board last month. It includes a mission statement, beliefs, parameters, objectives, and strategies, to help guide the school corporation through 2023.
A strategic plan was presented to the Eastern Pulaski School Board members.
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.
When it comes to the public perception of Eastern Pulaski Schools, the corporation scores high for safety, security, and school-community connections, but there are some issues with shared decision-making, communication, and trust. That was the overall finding of a recent climate audit conducted by Sycamore Educational Consulting.
The West Central School Board continues planning for the corporation’s future. After reviewing its strategic plan during a work session last month, the school board approved the vision, mission, and belief statements Thursday, according to Superintendent Don Street. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation plans to adjust its curriculum to help boost students’ test scores. Superintendent Don Harman says school improvement plans were approved by the school board Monday. Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation’s strategic planning group has come up with three main goals. Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin told the school board this week they will serve as the foundation for the group’s effort to market the corporation. Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre administrators continue to gather information about why students are leaving the corporation. N.J.-S.P.’s official enrollment is down 31 students from last fall, although Superintendent Annette Zupin says three students who had transferred to other schools have returned since the count was taken last month. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is working to identify a few items in their buildings that will require future replacement.
Following last Monday’s school board meeting, members toured the school corporation to discuss what should be included in a future “Strategic Plan.” The goal is to estimate the cost of replacing items essential to operating the schools, and estimating their lifespan.
The Culver School Board got its first look Monday at the school corporation’s new strategic plan. Continue reading
The Culver Community Schools Corporation will present its new strategic plan to the school board tonight. School officials are also expected to discuss the preliminary ISTEP scores released by the State Department of Education. Continue reading
The Culver School Board Monday reacted to changes affecting schools throughout the state. Continue reading
The West Central School Board discussed the strategic plan the members previously worked through in a work session.
Superintendent Don Street said the board has established some educational goals.
This is the first formal county plan of this kind to be implemented by the organization and its partnering agencies.
Four specific programs are highlighted in the plan: Business Expansion and Retention (BEAR), business attraction, entrepreneurial hub, and a workforce development program.