Strategic Plan

"We engage and empower each student to achieve excellence as a learner and citizen."

As part of the strategic planning process, the district's mission statement highlights our purpose and student focus. Brockport's vision was created to portray the district's aspirations: "We aspire to be a leading, innovative, high-performing school district that graduates each student prepared for college or a career."

2016-19 Strategic priority: apply significant focus, resources and attention.

Ensure that each student's needs are met through differentiation, enrichment, alternative learning opportunities and interventions with an emphasis on closing the achievement gap of our students with disabilities and economically disadvantaged students.

District goals:

  • Leadership: Continuously foster leadership in the areas of curriculum development; research-based practices and collaboration; student social and emotional health; and family and community engagement to achieve each school's targeted outcomes.
  • Curriculum development and support: Collaboratively establish an ongoing short- and long-term plan for curriculum development and implementation that includes clarity of purpose, process/procedures and communication.
  • Research-based practices and collaboration: Focus on the use of specific instructional practices, including the utilization of learning targets; higher level thinking and questioning techniques; and speaking and listening protocols with a focus on differentiation and co-teaching models to promote high levels of student engagement and inquiry.
  • Social and emotional health/community of caring: Provide aligned opportunities to create and/or strengthen academic and behavioral supports for students through a Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS), including PBIS and RTI.
  • Family and community engagement: Engage in meaningful opportunities for all families and community stakeholders focused on reciprocal communication to ensure student learning and growth.
We engage and empower each student to achieve excellence as a learner and citizen.
We aspire to be a leading, innovative, high-performing school district that graduates each student prepared for college or a career.
  • Students first: Our students are our first priority.
  • Character: We value integrity, diversity and respect for all.
  • High expectations: We believe all students can learn and we hold high expectations for ourselves and our students.
  • Teaching & learning: Effective teaching and a rigorous curriculum are the foundations for high-quality learning.
  • Work ethic: We work hard and take pride in all that we do.
  • Health and safety: We all have an obligation to promote a healthy, safe and secure environment.
  • Community: Student, family and community engagement is critical for our success.
The district will focus on the strategies* below to implement its goals:
  • Building sustainable systems and structures
  • Assembling sufficient and appropriate resources
  • Implementing rigorous and coherent curriculum
  • Implementing  high quality differentiated instruction
  • Institutionalizing a culture of data driven decision making
  • Conducting targeted professional development and collaboration
  • Supporting a climate of collegial and systematic communication and safety

* from Ronald F. Ferguson, the Achievement Gap Initiative


  • Leadership: Visionary leaders create a school community and culture that lead to success, well-being and high academic outcomes for all students.
  • Curriculum development and support: The district/school has curricula and assessments that are aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) for all students and can be modified through differentiation in order to maximize teacher instructional practices and student learning outcomes.
  • Research-based practices and collaboration: Staff engage in research based practices and decision-making in order to address the gap between what students know and need to learn to ensure all students experience consistent high levels of engagement, thinking and achievement.
  • Social and emotional health/community of caring: The school community supports the social and emotional health of students by designing academic and behavioral systems and experiences that lead to an environment that is conducive to learning for all constituents.
  • Family and community engagement: The school creates a culture of partnership where families, community members and school staff work together to share in the responsibility for student academic progress and social-emotional growth and well-being.
 
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