Greece Central Seeks Stakeholder Feedback

This past fall, the Greece Central Board of Education and district leaders identified five district goals that have guided comprehensive action planning and overall school improvement since their adoption in August 2011. These goals, which include improving student achievement, providing high quality instruction, developing responsive services, ensuring school safety and improving communication, have guided our work over the past few months. We are now preparing to develop a strategic action plan to help guide us over the next three to five years as we prepare to improve results with limited resources.

It is critically important to have stakeholder input into our new district plan to improve achievement results in college and career ready graduates. To that end, we have partnered with the National Center for School Leadership to conduct a School Climate and Culture Survey for all staff. Completing the staff survey gives you an opportunity to share your opinions about our schools and district.

Survey responses will be benchmarked with schools across the country and school systems similar to ours. The results will be discussed this summer by the Board of Education, the Executive Instructional and Student Achievement Leadership Team and the District Leadership Team. Areas will be identified for further research and discussion, which will ultimately lead to enhanced school performance.

Please click HERE to take the survey. Surveys must be submitted by February 17.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this important survey.

Laurel Heiden
Community Relations Manager
Greece Central School District
585.966.2457

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