Board of Education Goals 2018-2019|
The mission of the Moravia Central School District is to “nurture, inspire and empower all students to discover their passions and achieve personal success.”
The board will implement the NYSSBA rubric for self evaluation with the online SuperEval program in June. The board will commit to professional development as a group around relevant topics relating to the district goals in order to increase board knowledge and awareness. Superintendent of Schools John Birmingham will seek out PD opportunities that focus on this year's goals. Examples: ESSA, contracts overview with labor relations, student performance measures, strategic planning, capital project planning, mental health, revisit graduation pathways and educational technology MCSD Strategic Planning (11.9.18)
The board will be actively participating on the updating of the 2017-2020 MCSD Strategic Plan to include the following:
- Performance targets
- Core strategies and immediate priorities
- Draft a roll-out of the updated plan.
- The board will monitor trends on the determined performance measures with a State of the Schools Report in September.
The board will present and propose a budget to the community that supports a strong, progressive program for our students.
The board will monitor the budget through monthly annualized reports including reserve tracking on a quarterly basis.
The board will utilize Erie I policy services updates to continue to review, revise and adopt policies for implementation.
The board will continue to utilize the NYSCOSS evaluation rubric with the online SuperEval program in evaluating the superintendent of schools for the 18-19 school year.
The board will participate on a Facilities Committee with the goals of monitoring the planning and implementation stages of Capital Outlay Projects and the initial planning for the next major district-wide Capital Project.
The board will participate on a Safety Committee with the goals of monitoring the continuation of safety procedures and measures in line with the district wide safety plan.