Continuous Improvement Plan
North Clackamas School District Goals and Objectives 2022-2027
1. Student Experience & Success – We prepare each student through engagement, effective instruction, empowerment, and skill development in order to succeed in life and career.
- Goal 1: Strengthen and improve instructional and assessment practices that lead to meaningful academic and experiential learning for each student
- Implementation of high level instructional practices
- Strengthening Core instruction
- Professional Learning Communities to address student needs and teacher collaboration
- Goal 2: Increase the number of students in Tier I - universal instruction and decrease the number of students needing Tier II and III interventions as measured by proficiency scores, 9th grade on track and graduation rates.
2. People & Culture – We foster a welcoming and affirming environment through intentional, culturally inclusive practices where each student and employee is equipped to perform at their highest level.
3. Family & Community Collaboration – We elevate student achievement and well-being through collaboration and active partnership with families and community.
- Goal 1: By the end of the 2022-2023 school year, major external communications provided by the NCSD administrative offices that can be presented in 2 or more modalities and mediums.
- Goal 2: Increase the number of public forums by which the NCSD community can share ideas on topics of interest and provide input on timely topics.
- Community Conversations
- Community forums
- Community oversight
4. Resources & Service – We maximize resource and services through strategic investment, innovative practices, and continuous improvement processes to strengthen the school community and advance student outcomes.
• Whole student focus – Each adult in the system addresses and responds to each student’s academic, social, emotional, and physical needs. We develop and strengthen practices and partnerships that ensure the well-being of every member of the school community.
• Culturally responsive learning organization – A diverse staff collaborates with colleagues, students and parents, engages in professional learning, and demonstrates culturally responsive practices leading to innovation, improved processes, and educational success for each student with specific attention to racial, gender-based, language-based and ability-based inequities.
• Engaging curriculum and instruction – Rigorous and relevant student learning opportunities and outcomes for each student are driven by the consistent use of standards through culturally responsive and engaging instructional practices, curriculum, and assessments.
• Post-secondary success – Students graduate from high school with a plan and the foundation for future success in their life, college, and career.
• Effective organizational systems and leadership – Systemic quality, efficient and responsive processes, and effective leadership are present at all levels of the organization.
• Resource management – Responsible, strategic, and effective resource management is aligned to student and community needs and district goals.