Board Goals


  1. The board will maximize public relations outreach strategies toward the passage of the Sept. 26th referendum and, should the referendum not be successful, the board will expect a plan of action for the future of the district by the October 30 board meeting.

  2. The board will expect administrative action that will result in a graduation rate of 94% or better in the current graduating class with concentration on those students who did not pass the graduate exam as eleventh graders.

  3. The board will advance any opportunities for attempts at continuing mental health supports for students that were provided via federal funds for the last two years. Three initiatives toward this end are expected as a measure.

  4. The board will work toward the successful completion of a 2024-2025 budget that provides a thorough and efficient educational program despite the continued loss of significant state aid.