LEAD 2.0 Plan and Pictures of Success

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1: Actively identify and remove barriers that limit access to and opportunity for learning

Picture of Success:
Students are prepared and informed to participate in programs and activities that align to their interests. Students are supported in growing their potential and making choices about their future. Students feel confident in selecting from our variety of programs and activities.

Parents are informed and aware of opportunities for learning including understanding any requirements for participation in programs and activities across the district. All parents feel comfortable and confident supporting their child in making program and activity choices that best serve their child’s needs and interests.

The District collaborates with stakeholders to evaluate program participation and to ensure all students have equitable access to district resources, services and programs. District policies and procedures enhance access, participation and opportunities for learning.

2: Design learning environments that support social and emotional well-being

Picture of Success:
Students feel connected to peers and trusted adults. They are aware of their own needs and strengths, persist in the face of challenges, know how to access resources, are self-regulated in their learning and have hope about their future.

Teachers, support staff, and parents work together to provide a safe social and emotional learning environment for students.

School structures such as course offerings, counseling services, assessment practices, and school schedules are designed in ways that encourage the development of the whole child - physical, emotional, academic and social.

3: Create a culture that fosters learning environments that reflect student voice and promote student engagement

Picture of Success:
Students attend, persist, and commit their time, energy and effort in engaging work that results in high-quality products, performances, or exhibitions that reflect profound learning. They show pride in the work they produce and have a sense of ownership in their learning. Students communicate their learning with parents and others who are significant in their lives. A high level of student and teacher energy exists and positive student/teacher interactions are clearly present in the classroom and throughout the school.

Staff members solicit student feedback and use that information to improve the learning environment. The school culture is positive, characterized by trust and exhibits a shared partnership between students and teachers.

4: Effectively communicate with targeted audiences

Picture of Success:
Students receive timely and relevant information regarding events, offerings and initiatives which enhance their educational experience. There is an open dialogue between students and school staff via face to face, digital, social media and other relevant means.

Teachers act as a communication conduit for parents and students to ensure understanding of events, offerings and district initiatives.

Parents easily access information regarding the district and the needs of their children in a time frame and manner that meets their needs. They have the knowledge and information necessary to guide and advocate for their children’s educational experiences.

Employees access and effectively use information related to district initiatives, opportunities for input, employment information, district expectations and other information related to their position or the students in their care.

The District works to engage all stakeholders to build understanding about our services, programs and information.