Last week, the Nevada Joint Union High School District School Board approved a new strategic six-year plan focused on pupil outcomes, conditions of learning and school culture and engagement.
District Superintendent Louise Johnson will implement the plan this month, according to a press release submitted to The Union.
“People keep asking me what my vision for the district is — it can’t just be my vision, it has to be our vision,” Johnson said.
The plan calls on teachers, students, staff, administrators and community members to work together for two days at an education summit in January and develop district goals that will ensure the district will meet state and federal requirements.
Those goals included in the new plan will focus on developing the district’s identity as a community, and also looks to “clarify who we are and what we do.”
The plan also states that by 2020, “NJUHSD schools are publicly recognized for providing the highest quality education.”
NJUHSD will collect community input on both the strategic plan and the “Local Control Accountability Plan” over the next few weeks.
Residents interested in getting involved can join their school’s parent club or contact the school administration for other opportunities.
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