Williamsburg-James City County Schools is conducting a second online survey to gather public thoughts on how to implement new Strategic Plan goals.
The Strategic Plan Steering Committee used data gathered from 18 community-based focus groups and 2,000 survey responses to craft a list of priorities and goals. The group came up with 12 goals under five priorities: high student achievement for 21st-century success; a safe, secure and welcoming climate for learning; rich, rewarding experiences for professionals; build trust and authentic partnerships with families and the broader community; and accountable, trusted leadership. Read the full document here.
The survey is a way for WJCC to get community input on these goals. The school system expects to have the Strategic Plan completed in June.
“From the beginning of the Strategic Plan process, we have stressed the importance of community participation in its creation,” said WJCC Superintendent Dr. Steve Constantino.
“The feedback we have received so far has been incorporated in a set of goals assembled by our 15-member Steering Committee. As one of the final steps in this process, we have developed another short survey that will allow our constituents to provide their ideas on how best to achieve these goals. The survey will only take a couple of minutes to complete.”