Progress Update 4-25-17During the April 25, 2017 meeting of the Board of School Directors, Superintendent Dr. David Zerbe and members of his administrative team presented the Board with a detailed review of progress made in the strategic objectives scheduled to be completed during the first year of the Strategic Plan, as well as providing a look ahead at goal work in the coming year.Progress Update 3-21-17Committees were formed and finalized for both the goal of “increasing participation rates among students in grades 5-12 in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities” and the goal of “increasing the consistency of activity offerings across district elementary buildings and grade spans while providing for relevant and diversified offerings based on community interest.” The initial meetings for both committees were held in December of 2016 to go over the overall mission of the goal, to discuss finalizing the members of both committees, and to develop an initial plan of action for this spring/summer leading into next school year.Both committees will be scheduled to meet again in the spring to begin working on the next steps in the process, including the creation of a survey for staff, students, and parents.Progress Update 12-20-16
- The committee tasked with addressing the goal of increasing participation rates among students in grades 5-12 in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities met at the high school on December 20. MHS Assistant Principals Dan Bontempo and Jamie Gravinese, along with Arcola Assistant Principal Ryan Creeden, met with Paul Spiewak, MHS Assistant Principal for Athletics and Activities Paul Spiewak to begin brainstorming on the appropriate path for committee, the committee membership, and begin conversations about the purpose and direction of the survey to be developed and issued.
Progress Update 11-3-16A call for participation on a committee of stakeholders will be distributed sometime in late January, early February to begin work on the analysis of the district’s current athletic and activity offerings.
- Likewise, the committee charged with addressing the goal of increasing the consistency of activity offerings across district elementary buildings and grade spans met on December 20 as well. This was a brainstorming session on the appropriate path for committee, the committee membership as well as time to analyze the school activity offerings in the district. This group will begin by focusing on determining the fundamental discrepancies that may exist among buildings. Coordinator of Staff Development and Continuous Improvement, Tara Ricci; Ms. Gravinese, and Skyview Assistant Principal John Smink joined Mr. Spiewak for this meeting.