School District Facilities Study 2020
How can the district maintain and enhance the educational opportunities for West Genesee students in its tradition of excellence while continuing to ensure efficient and effective utilization of staff and facilities as well as fiscal responsibility for the district’s taxpayers?
The mission of the West Genesee Central School District, in partnership with the community, is to ensure that each student attains the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary, not only for lifelong learning, but also for becoming a cooperative, self-directed, productive, caring citizen.
- The four year graduation rate will increase from the previous year, including all sub-groups.
- The percent of students earning a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation and/or Regents Diploma with an endorsement in Career and Technical Education will grow by two percent or more.
- The percent of graduating seniors who successfully complete at least one college level course will increase from the previous year.
- Incorporate district-wide norms for a continuous, prescribed cycle of standards, curriculum, instruction, and common assessment implementation and review.
- Establish a multi-tiered system of support incorporating academic, behavioral, and social emotional support services throughout the school community by:
- Providing professional development for all staff members to enhance our understanding of students’ overall health in order to maintain a safe and supportive environment, promoting the dignity and achievement of all.
- Incorporating the Mental Health Literacy Standards into our academic program.
- Conduct and begin planning to implement findings of the West Genesee School District Facilities Study to help the district maintain and enhance the educational opportunities for West Genesee students in its tradition of excellence while continuing to ensure efficient and effective utilization of staff and facilities, as well as fiscal responsibility, for the district’s taxpayers.
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