Fullerton School District
Board of Trustees Annual Goals
1a. To maximize high levels of student achievement and high quality education for all students by implementing and monitoring research-based instructional models, educational technology, arts education, and California State Standards as measured by State and Local Assessments.
1b. To maximize high levels of student engagement by utilizing research-based instructional strategies such as educational technology.
2. To ensure long-term District financial stability that provides adequate funding for all desired programs, facilities, and the resources necessary to attract and retain superior employees, while eliminating structural deficit spending in the Unrestricted General Fund.
3. To improve communication with community and staff as measured by survey data. To improve parent engagement by focusing on authentic parent involvement by building a culture at every school where parents and family members feel welcomed, respected and appreciated. Promote and involve parents and community members in the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Solicit feedback and improve communication through the use of surveys and focus meetings.
4. To increase District accountability for administrators, teachers and classified staff by creating systems that enhance student achievement, customer service, and communication as measured by improvements in State and District test scores and customer service ratings.
5. To improve the quality of the junior high education experience by increasing interest in attending our three junior high schools and improving student engagement (with special programs such as STEM and Educational Technology), as measured by student surveys, parent surveys and school of choice requests.
6. To ensure appropriate attention is placed on emergency preparedness activities to safeguard our students, staff and campus visitors. Emergency preparedness includes identifying and assessing risks, mitigation activities to prevent/lessen the chance of risks, planning for emergency events, and response/recovery.
7. To remain open to examining the number of educational choices for Fullerton parents by exploring Specialty programs (e.g. STEM, Dual Immersion).
8. To explore new educational delivery systems that increase efficiencies and opportunities for student differentiation (e.g. distance learning).
Adopted by the Board of Trustees- December 11, 2012 -Revised October 14, 2014, November 15, 2016