Burlington School District’s Strategic Plan

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Help Plan Burlington School District’s Future!
Your participation in Burlington’s strategic planning process will help the school district improve student outcomes, allocate precious resources, and strengthen our community. 

 

The planning will be community-driven in order to ensure that our plans are aligned with the needs and priorities of the Burlington community, while meeting our students’ learning needs.

 

There will be many ways to get involved in the strategic planning process, from attending community meetings to participating in surveys and focus groups. These details will be released and shared broadly in August 2024. 

 

Fill out this short interest survey to let us know if you would like to learn more. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What is a school district community-driven strategic planning process?

A: A strategic plan is a roadmap to the district’s future. A strategic planning process is a systematic approach used by school districts to identify priorities, set goals, and determine how to allocate resources to achieve those goals over the next several years. 

 

Q: Who participates in the  strategic planning process?

A: The strategic planning process involves a diverse group of stakeholders, including teachers, administrators, staff, families, students, and community members.

 

Q: Why is it important for stakeholders to participate in the community-driven strategic planning process?

A: Stakeholders should participate in the strategic planning process to ensure that the resulting plan reflects the needs and priorities of the community. By involving stakeholders, the plan is more likely to be effective and successful.

 

Q: What are the benefits of having a community-driven strategic planning process?

A: The benefits of a community-driven strategic planning process include improved student outcomes, accountability, community engagement, resource allocation, and long-term planning. In fact, the very future of Burlington depends on how well we educate our next generation of leaders and contributors.

 

Q: What are some common components of a strategic plan?

A: Some common components of a strategic plan include a mission statement, goals and objectives, action steps, timelines, and measures of success.

 

Q: How is progress monitored and evaluated in the strategic plan?

A: Progress is monitored and evaluated through regular reporting and review of key performance indicators, such as student growth and achievement, graduation rates, and attendance rates.

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