Superintendent 2016-2019 Goals
Ensure that students be provided with an array of rigorous academic learning experiences, coupled with unique enrichment opportunities.
Performance Objective 1a:
Obtain improved achievement on the state tests for language arts, mathematics and English language development (ELD); and effectively and appropriately communicate results.
Improved scores on Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) assessments and the California English Language Development Test (CELDT)
Performance Objective 1b:
Conduct a comprehensive review of the district’s special education services and prioritize areas for improvement.
Contract with external reviewers (e.g. WestEd or other), conduct review of special education services, complete analysis of report by external reviewer, and identify priorities of need for improvement.
Ensure that the district cultivates a caring and inclusive relationship with the community, engaging all families as active participants in student learning.
Performance Objective 2a:
Expand the Alisal Family Resource Center (AFRC), expand external partnerships, and examine family needs as AFRC grows.
Build, staff and operate two additional AFRC “satellite” centers with increased participation and additional services (quantity & diversity).
Performance Objective 2b:
Increase parent involvement during the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) development/update process.
Increased attendance/participation by parents at appropriate LCAP input sessions.
Ensure that students be provided with a clean and safe learning environment that nurtures their potential to succeed.
Performance Objective 3a:
Maintain updated and compliant (e.g. ADA, transgender, etc.) facilities, including pursuing opportunities for needed new construction (e.g. bond measure).
Disseminate effective information on facilities’ needs, including the facilities master plan & bond Measure M.
Performance Objective 3b:
Participate in a variety of local partnership-building organizations in order to seek additional resources for the district (violence prevention, fire, police, non-profits, etc.).
Attend Community Alliance for Safety and Peace (CASP), City/School Joint Communication, Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE) Superintendents’ Council, and other related meetings, as appropriate.