Student Success

Because there is no such thing as someone else’s child, every student deserves a high quality education that meets their specific needs and values their unique strengths and abilities. The keys to attaining this goal are Access, Equity, Consistency, and Accountability.

  • Access

  • Equity

    • As Leila Janah said “Talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not.” We must provide a fair and inclusive system where ability, race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation is not an obstacle to educational achievement. It means identifying at-risk kids earlier and providing support and resources for early intervention programs. It means increasing vocational, technical, and non-traditional programs.

  • Consistency and Accountability

    • Regardless your child’s achievement level, they deserve a system that is transparent, supportive, and cooperative in their success. It means IEPs and 504s that are implemented properly and uniformly whether you are changing grade levels or changing schools.  It means properly and adequately funding our school construction and renovation projects so that all our children are in classrooms, not trailers.