The 2015-2020 Strategic Plan has been approved by the Board of Education. During its five-month development, more than 35 District 90 stakeholders volunteered to participate in the planning process, including parents, staff, faculty, administrators, board members, community members, and former students. The entire process was facilitated by the Consortium for Educational Change. This Strategic Plan revamps the District’s mission and vision, and establishes five goals to guide the District’s efforts.To download a PDF of the complete River Forest School District 90 Strategic Plan for 2015-2020, please click here.
Strategic Plan Results – Year One
The first year of District 90’s Strategic Plan has resulted in significant progress. Five Action Objective Teams have been working to implement programs and initiatives that bring the 2015-20 Strategic Plan to fruition. All Teams have achieved or made significant progress on the 2016-17 initiatives. Here is scorecard on the results from the five Action Objective Teams, their goals, and the initiatives designed to implement the goal.
Assessment, Curriculum and Instruction
To foster the growth of the whole child and challenge each child to excellence, the District will utilize best practices and evolving research to ensure all students have access to high quality educational programming, as characterized by (A) fully-articulated curriculum; (B) differentiated instruction, rooted in formal and informal assessment; and (C) appropriate interventions, supports and resources.
Understanding its role as a partner to both families and the broader community, the District will foster engagement through open communication and active involvement.
The District will develop, maintain, and utilize facilities to meet its identified needs in curriculum, services and programs consistent with its strong commitment to fiscal integrity.
Recognizing its commitment to academic excellence and fiscal responsibility, the District will recruit, develop and retain high-performing staff who foster individual student growth and achievement.
The District will strategically adopt, maintain and incorporate technology as a tool for 21st century learning and community engagement.