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BOE & District Goals (2023-2024)

District Strengths & Accomplishments

  • Strong/Engaged community that places a premium on education and educational excellence

  • Rich history of achievement

  • Growing/Diverse population of people and perspectives

  • Location, Location, Location

Challenges

  • 2% tax levy cap

  • Facilities Maintenance Costs 

  • Transportation Costs

  • Student Support Services Costs

  • School Security Costs

  • Limited avenues for increased revenue 

BOE Goals

  1. Referendum

  2. Improve BOE meeting and committee structure

  3. Improve policy review and understanding

District Goals

  1. District Audit/s
    • By June 2024, the Superintendent will develop a revised district organizational structure that ensures improved K-12 instructional/budgetary oversight, articulation and accountability.

    • By March 2024, the Superintendent will develop a district technology structure that informs front/back end technology use, training and budget. 

    • By March 2024, the Superintendent will develop an audit/review of special education personnel, programming and organizational structure.

    •  By March 2024, the Superintendent will ensure that budgetary lines/allocation are consistent with administrative responsibilities and district organizational structure.

  2. RTI & I&RS

    • By May 2024, the district will revamp the RTI / I&RS process as per the recommendation of the district QSAC audit.  Implementation of a vertically aligned software, identification of universal screeners, identification of tiered interventions and effective progress monitoring will be utilized effectively to meet the needs of students that need additional support.

  3. School Calendar 2.0

    • By May 2024, the Superintendent will propose a calendar for the 2025-2026 school year which better reflects students wellness and instructional time allocation.

  4. High School Leveling & Program of Studies Analysis

    • By March 2024, the Superintendent will propose changes to the existing program of studies that improve instructional opportunities for all students. 

  5. Improve/enrich HSA/Supt Council relationship

    • Beginning in September 2023, the Superintendent will propose changes to the HSA/Supt Council format that enriches the experience for all members.

  6. BOE/Superintendent Meeting and Committee Structure

    • Beginning in July 2023, the Superintendent will propose changes to the BOE meeting and committee structure that results in improved efficiency and functionality.

  7. Referendum

    • By March 2024, the Superintendent will ensure that all stakeholders are able to make an informed decision about the merits of the Board's capital improvements proposal. 

  8. Metrics that Matter

    • Beginning in the spring of 2024, the Superintendent will begin the process of engaging stakeholders in the identification of metrics that better inform the assessment of district performance.

  9. Transportation

    • Beginning in July of 2023, the Superintendent will initiate a review of transportation costs and contracts in an effort to decrease costs,  improve oversight, and better allocate resources.

  10. Review/Analysis of contracts with existing bargaining units

    • Beginning in 2023, the Superintendent will review existing bargaining agreements in order to support negotiations between the TEA and BOE.  

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