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Board and District Goals

COLTS NECK BOARD OF EDUCATION GOALS
2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR
  1. Facilities: Develop a funding strategy plan for capital improvement projects as outlined in the Long-Range Facilities Plan.
  2. Communications: Develop a District communications plan to include varied communication methods to educate and engage the community about the role of the Board of Education and District initiatives.

  3. Student Achievement: 

  • Assess the effectiveness of District programs and practices implemented to address achievement gaps due to the COVID-19 pandemic and address areas of identified deficiencies.

  • Evaluate student success and standards in relationship to Curriculum, in a systematic and consistent manner, while taking into consideration costs and other factors in developing programs that are effective for the District.

  1. Planning:  Complete, implement and monitor the District Strategic Plan initiated in the 2019-2020 academic year.

  
COLTS NECK SCHOOL DISTRICT GOALS
2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR
ADOPTED AT THE NOVEMBER 23, 2020 REGULAR MEETING
 
Goal #1 - STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
Identify and implement research-based practices to address student achievement gaps associated with the COVID-19 pandemic for purposes of:
  • Reducing the number of students meeting the criteria for targeted intervention programs
  • Reducing the gap between 19-20 student performance data and 20-21 student performance data  
  • Increase the number of students who are performing on or above grade-level expectations
Goal #2 - WELLNESS
  • Support and maintain the health of the school community by implementing the district’s Restart and Recovery Plan with fidelity and, thereby,  minimizing transmission rates / outbreaks within the schools.
  • Design and implement an SEL Intervention Program that addresses mental health issues identified through the SEL Screener results from June 2020. 
Goal #3 - FINANCE AND FACILITIES
  • Finance: Allocate and design summer enrichment / academic programs to implement for all students to address pandemic-related academic regression within the current 20-21 school year and within the development of the  '21-22 school budget.
  • Facilities:  Continue to address key facilities needs as a result of 2015 Comprehensive Facilities Study and post referendum defeats by selecting critical projects for ‘20-21 budget and alternative funding options, including an Energy Saving Improvement Plan.
Goal #4 - TECHNOLOGY
  • Continue to implement the use of instructional technology in accordance with ISTE Standards for purposes of cultivating students to become:
    1.  Empowered learners
    2.  Digital citizens
    3.  Knowledge constructors
    4.  Innovative designers
    5.  Computational thinkers
    6.  Creative communicators
    7.  Global collaborators
  • Identify the most efficient and viable means of providing remote learning experiences for students during the current COVID-19 pandemic.