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  •  2017-2018 Adopted Budget

     

    CSD Strategic Plan 

                                                                           Glossary of Terms for Strategic Plan 

      

     DISTRICT GOALS

    1.) Support Professional Growth & Instructional Effectiveness

    • Focus on supporting student growth through an effective instructional program
    • Work in collaboration with administration and employee groups to enhance evaluation, training and compensation systems in order to attract and sustain a quality professional staff for all students within budget limitations

    2.) All students will demonstrate appropriate individual growth in Literacy as indicted by the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP). 

    • Implement Literacy Plan to fidelity
    • All students will be reading at grade level by the end of the 3rd grade.
    • All educators will utilize data to inform teaching, learning and leading
    • Implement Technology Plan to fidelity with a focus on instructional technology

    3.) All students will demonstrate appropriate individual growth in Mathematics as indicated by Measures of Academic Progress (MAP).

    • Implement the new Math curriculum to fidelity
    • Increase activities/programs/opportunities in STEM
    • All educators will utilize data to inform teaching, learning and leading
    • Implement Technology Plan to fidelity with a focus on instructional technology

    4.) Colton School District Graduation Rate will be at least 90%.

    • Focus on College and Career Readiness Standards District Wide
    • RTI model implemented to fidelity
    • Focus on preparing all students for high school graduation and beyond
    • Increase partnerships with local businesses and colleges to promote CTE programs, internships, dual credit options and school to work programs
    • Increase student grade level achievement at each grade level
 SUPERINTENDENT AWARD WINNERS

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SUPERINTENDENT AWARD WINNERS

STUDENT WINNER:  Veronica Vera-Gomez

Veronica arrives at school each day with a smile, ready to learn. Her cheery demeanor has made her a friend to many in our classroom. Her kind, caring, and friendly character makes her a role model for classmates. Veronica is polite to peers and adults in and out of the classroom. She uses her personal best effort on a daily basis and completes daily assignments in a timely manner. She continues to demonstrate impressive gains across the curriculum and perseveres through challenging tasks. I am so proud of all she has accomplished so far and cannot wait to see the wonderful things she will do the rest of the school year. Veronica is patient with her classmates, willing to help, follows the rules. Veronica is a real pleasure to have in library – she is kind, a great listener, on task during book check out.  I really enjoy Veronica and feel so blessed to have her in our school, and as my library helper. Veronica is a shinning star!  She has grown so much over the past year in her academic and social skills.  She is one of the most insightful young people I have ever met.  She is a role model to her peers.  

 STAFF WINNER:  Mrs. Angel White

Great nomination!  Angel is an awesome team player, and she's on the students' team. In meetings, Angel always keeps our work student-centered.  Working with Angel, you see an experienced, passionate educator who trusts her expertise, but is also open to new strategies.  She embraces a learner mindset and models a determined work ethic.  I'm proud to work with Angel White.  Angel works well with all stakeholders, students, families, parents, and community members.  She allows all to have a voice at meetings, yet is able to land on outcomes that are student centered.  Because of her track record in remaining student centered, she has found herself in situations in which there was opposition.  In these situation, she is a good listener and is able to move forward while maintaining working relationships with others.  Angel is a leader among all of us!  She is always acting in the best interest of students and with extra special care for our kiddos and families needing us the most.  We are very lucky to have Angel in Colton School District, and I look forward to our continued work together.   

 

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    Welcome Clackamas County Health Centers to Colton School District! The Grand Opening for our new school based health center is at Colton High School on Thursday, November 2nd from 9 AM – 1 PM. The clinic will be open every Thursday from 9 AM – 1 PM for students K-12. We are very excited for this partnership to better serve our community. Please see the attached flyer to learn more information about the clinic and how to schedule an appointment.

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