2020 Vision Strategic Plan
District 64's 2020 Vision Strategic Plan was adopted by the Board of Education on June 22, 2015. It was created through a community-informed planning process. Read more about the process on this companion page. The plan identifies the most important challenges District 64 will need to address in the next five years, and how the District will go about meeting them.
Year Four Implementation 2018-19
- Superintendent Laurie Heinz updated the Board of Education at the June 20, 2019 regular meeting about the fourth year of progress on the six strategic objectives. She reviewed the origins of the plan through a robust, community-informed strategic planning process, and reported on the activities accomplished through the first four years, what remains left to do in 2019-20, and what might still need to be tackled in 2020-21 to fully implement the 2020 Vision. (Report and slide presentation)
- The Strategic Planning Steering Committee met on May 29, 2019 to review implementation during Year Four, review the strategies being used and recommend any needed adjustments. The committee has been reconvened annually to help ensure the plan remains fresh and focused each year.
Year Three Implementation 2017-18
- A mid-year update was provided to the Board of Education at the March 12, 2018 Board meeting, including a written report and presentation.
- The Strategic Planning Steering Committee met on May 23, 2018 to review the implementation during Year Three on the six objectives. A report was presented to the Board of Education this summer.
Year Two Implementation 2016-17
- A mid-year written update on Year Two implementation from Superintendent Laurie Heinz was included in the February 21, 2017 Board meeting report.
- As part of the transition and orientation with the newly seated Board, the year-end report was divided into several presentations, with progress on Strategic Objectives related to facilities and finance reviewed by the Board at the September 18, 2017 meeting and Strategic Objectives related to student learning and professional development presented at the October 10, 2017 Board meeting.
- The balanced scorecard for 2016-17 tracking implementation on each specific measure for all six objectives is available on the Balance Scorecard webpage.
Year One Implementation 2015-16
- Superintendent Laurie Heinz presented the first mid-year update on Year One implementation at the January 26, 2016 Board meeting.
- Dr. Heinz presented the first summary report on Year One at the June 27, 2016 Board meeting.
- A balanced scorecard tracks implementation on each specific measure for all six objectives. The scorecard for 2015-16 was reviewed by the Board of Education on August 8, 2016, and is available on the Balanced Scorecard webpage.
Or, view the following key elements:
- District Mission and Vision
- Strategy Map
- Strategic Objective One: Develop Students Who Master the 4 C's - Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, and Critical Thinking (View Podcast)
- Strategic Objective Two: Provide a Rigorous Education for All Students (View Podcast)
- Strategic Objective Three: Differentiate to Meet the Academic and Social/Emotional Health Needs of All Students (View Podcast)
- Strategic Objective Four: Foster Effective Communities of Practice Through Professional Development and Staff Support (View Podcast)
- Strategic Objective Five: Provide Safe and Secure Learning Spaces to Support 21st Century Learners (View Podcast)
- Strategic Objective Six: Maintain Fiscal Responsibility that Reflects a Commitment to Student Learning and a Rich Variety of Programs and Services (View Podcast)