Board of Education

  • Group photo of 2018-2019 Board of Education Members
    Front Row: Lori Wood, Kristy Fischmann, Vice President; Andrew Martin, President; Catherine Sundet, Michael Lawyea
    Second Row: Randy Hoyt, Chance Nickerson, Timothy McCarthy and Steven Patch

    The Board of Education believes that it is vital to identify clear and measurable ways in which we can support the achievement of our District Wide goals. To that end, we have adopted the following Board Goals and will use these as a benchmark against success when we conduct our self assessment at the end of the school year.

     

    2018-2019 Central Square Board of Education Objectives  

     

     DISTRICT GOAL 1: Support the increase of instructional engagement.

    OBJECTIVES:

    •         Determine, in conjunction with administration, the metrics by which we can assess the effectiveness of the revised and approved teacher and principal evaluation frameworks. (By second meeting in December, 2018)

    •        Develop and execute survey of staff to gather feedback on their ability to provide effective differentiated Instruction. This would include support, tools, etc. (by end of 2018-2019 School Year)
     
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    DISTRICT GOAL 2: Sound Fiscal Practices to Support Student Learning.
     OBJECTIVES:

    • Review Armoured One Study findings and develop a comprehensive Safety and Security Capital Project. (by March, 2019)
    • Gain voter support for Safety and Security Capital project. (by end of 2018-2019 school year)
    • Ensure that www.cssd.org redesign appropriately addresses the need for students, family and staff to access providers and support for Mental Health (for launch of 2019-2020 school year)

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    DISTRICT GOAL 3: Provide an atmosphere that promotes 21st Century Citizenship.

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Review 5 year historical data for 1) Rates of attendance at all grades, and break out Special Education.  2) Rates of graduation, and break out Special Education.  3) Academically Successful Special Education students as recognize by the State Education Department. (by end of Jan, 2019)
    • Develop “targets” for 1,2,3 and 5 year for above data points. (Jan, 2019)

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    DISTRICT GOAL 4: Foster a partnership between the district and the community.  

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Have College and Career Committee present to Board of Education. (by the end of February)
    • In conjunction with Superintendent, define next set of goals for College and Career Committee. (June, 2019)