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Strategic Planning

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“More than just developing wish lists of our favorite projects, strategic planning requires us to make choices and set priorities based on what is in the best interest of our students.”


- Dr. Brian W. Scriven '83, Superintendent of Schools

Strategic Planning Update

The final Educational Affairs Committee meeting of the school year convened in person and via video conferencing on Wednesday, June 14. Co-chair Leah Mulhearn presided over the meeting, which focused on pillar-by-pillar updates on the progress made so far on the district's new strategic plan. The Educational Affairs Committee will meet again in August. Slide deck> | Video>
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CSD Unveils Strategic Plan for 2023-2026

At the March 14, 2023, legislative board meeting, CSD Superintendent Brian W. Scriven unveiled the district’s strategic plan, which will guide the district’s course for the next three years. Created with broad constituent participation and feedback, the plan has seven pillars: Portrait of a Graduate; Teaching and Learning; Social Emotional and Mental Health; Diversity, Equity, Belonging and Inclusion; Climate and Culture for Student Success; Communications; and Infrastructure, Facilities and Finance. Dr. Scriven also released the district’s new mission and vision statements. View Dr. Scriven’s presentation>Review the strategic plan>

Key Dates & Information

The district is committed to working with all stakeholders in order to take our district to the next level of excellence. The success of our strategic planning depends on our entire community being engaged, and all constituents are urged to join the discussions in whatever mode works best for them.

Community Survey - A survey for the community was released on Thursday, May 12. The survey  remained open through Wednesday, May 25. 

A virtual Community Forum was held on Monday, May 23 @ 7 p.m. 

Letters from Dr. Scriven