• Superintendent's Goals (Click to read more)

    Superintendent of Schools
    Goals and Objectives


    Objective: Building on the progress made during the 2017-2018 school year and with the support of the Board of Education, the Superintendent will work to horizontally and vertically align the PK-12 Literacy curriculum to promote differentiated instruction, formative assessment, and develop interventions that strategically meet the individual learning needs of our students.

    Goal: Synergize with the curriculum committee to implement a PK-12 literacy program. The Superintendent will work with identified instructional leaders to initiate a collaborative process for articulation through our Professional Learning Communities.

    Conduct informal and formal observations using a clinical model
    Facilitate walkthroughs, learning walks, and Critical Friends (peer coaching) as assessment methods to determine the effectiveness of our district wide strategic planning goals related to learning
    Provide the administrative leadership team with support and opportunities for professional development
    Attend ongoing professional development in creating and fostering positive school culture and climate
    Promote horizontal and vertical articulation through the PLC process
    Promote infused character education programming through the Leader in Me, more specific, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
    Expand our existing PK-12 strategy for promoting science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) learning experiences. The Superintendent will work to develop partnerships that foster STEAM learning experiences.
    Expand partnerships with higher learning institutions
    Continue partnerships with community STEAM-based organizations, such as Regeneron, BASF, and White Plains Hospital
    Expand learning experiences at Carl L. Dixson and Alice E. Grady using AHHS’ Peers As Leaders (PALs) students
    Develop a program designed to engage students, encourage self-discipline, and promote collaborative teamwork in an inquiry-b

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