Our Pathway to Success Model
We have identified a series of "milestones" associated with a "Pathway to Success" for determining and tracking the successful assent of students up the educational continuum over the course of their academic careers. This pathway will assist us in communicating progress and common expectations with students, parents, community, and among each other. Within this framework, we, along with our District Leadership Team, will develop strategic initiatives and action steps that will support defined learning targets.
"Pathway to Success Milestones"
1. Prepared for Kindergarten Curriculum
2. Reading to learn at the end of 3rd Grade
3. Prepared for Middle School at the end of 5th Grade
4. Prepared for High School at the end of 8th Grade
5. On track to graduate at the end of 9th Grade
6. Ready for College & Career Success at the end of 11th Grade
7. Graduating from High School in 4 years
8. Career, College, or Technical School Enrollment
The Department of College and Career Readiness coordinates the curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development for the district.
The Department of College and Career Readiness is responsible for the development of curriculum, best practices in instruction, and professional development for staff. It is also home to curriculum resources, student assessment and testing, Instructional Technology, Special Education, Pupil Services, Gifted and Talented programming, Title I programming, English Learners programming, Career Technical Education and Media/Library services.
Department of College and Career Readiness:
Dr. Todd M. Nichols, Superintendent
James Marras, Director of Instructional Technology
Julie Dudones, Coordinator of 7-12+ Curriculum/Instruction & Coordinator of K-12 Gifted Services
Debra McNair, Coordinator of K-6 Curriculum/Instruction
Courtney Marcucci, Coordinator of English Learners Program
Cathy Nicholson, Coordinator of Career Technical Education
Christine Shaw, Pupil Services Specialist
Vanessa Spring, Supervisor of Special Education