2019-2020 Board Goals

Win-E-Mac Public School District Goals
2019-2020
Vision Statement: Win-E-Mac Schools; a place where ‘Kids Come First’
Mission Statement: “To enhance and enrich the education of students by
increasing parental involvement, maximizing
community resources, providing for a safe school
environment, and fostering mutual respect for all
students.” (2005)

School Board Goals: Win-E-Mac will:

Goal 1: Continue to provide a comprehensive curriculum for all students reflective of best practices, provide quality instruction and implement the use of assessment data to increase student achievement. Mastering instructional benchmarks to improve test scores:

District Learning Goals and Results
1. All Students Ready for school
2. All Students in 3rd Grade Achieving Grade-level Literacy
3. Close the Achievement Gap among Students
4. All students Career and College Ready by Graduation
5. All Students Graduate

Area 1: Kindergarten Readiness ● All students will be provided access to a high quality Early Childhood program/education as measured by Parent Aware System rating and local assessments

Area 2: Read Well By 3rd Grade ● Above State Average of increase in the number of 3rd grade students meeting reading proficiency as measured by the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments compared to the previous year. ● 80% of K-2 students will demonstrate growth in reading as measured by STAR and local assessments.

Area 3: Achievement Gap Reduction – Minority & Free/Reduced Lunch Groups ● MCA Math Assessment: Based on previous year’s MCA test scores. ○ American Indian student group will increase proficiency by 1% of state wide average on 2019/2020 MCA assessment. ○ White student group will increase by 1% of state wide average on 2019/2020 MCA assessment. ○ Special Education student group will increase by 1% of state wide average on 2019/2020 MCA assessment. ○ Free & Reduced Lunch student group will increase by 1% of state wide average on 2019/2020 MCA assessment.

Area 4: Career and College Readiness ● all students will take EXPLORE Assessment (8th), PLAN Assessment (10th), and ASVAB Assessment (11th) 2 ● all students take Careers Course (12th) prepare career/college plan. ● All students will be provided with course opportunities with a challenging, rigorous, and relevant curriculum that includes basic skills/knowledge, elective career exploration, and College in the High School opportunities.

Area 5: High School Graduation ● 1% increase above the State Average in the number of students graduating high school compared to the previous year.

Goal 2: improve communications with parents, students, and our public to produce a trusting and supportive school community.

Goal 3: maintain financial health without compromising student learning.

Goal 4: continue to provide school facilities and programs that are safe and support teaching and learning.