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Franklin (MA) Schools - Strategic Plan - Steering Comm - Overview

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This is an overview of the Steering Committee working to update the Strategic Plan for the Franklin, MA Public Schools. Presented to the School Committee on 1/27/09.

This is an overview of the Steering Committee working to update the Strategic Plan for the Franklin, MA Public Schools. Presented to the School Committee on 1/27/09.

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  • 1. Franklin School Committee Overview January 27, 2009 Strategic Planning Process
  • 2. What is the Strategic Plan?
    • The Strategic Plan is a 5-year roadmap that informs educational decision making in the Franklin Public Schools
    • The three components of the Strategic Plan are:
      • Core Values
      • Vision
      • Mission
  • 3. What is the Strategic Plan Process?
    • The School Committee has…
    • Initiated the process to review/update the Strategic Plan
    • Appointed a Steering Committee to manage this process
    • The Steering Committee will…
    • Solicit input from all interested parties in the community
    • Incorporate community feedback into the Franklin Public Schools’ core values, vision and mission
  • 4. Who is the Steering Committee?
    • Co-Chairs:
    • Judi Bassignani – Principal, Parmenter Elementary
    • Miriam Goodman – School Business Administrator
    • Members:
    • April Crehan – Student, Franklin High School
    • Renee Danho – Community, Dean College
    • Ted McIntyre – Parent
    • Pamela McIntyre – Parent
    • Susan Rohrbach – School Committee
    • Steve Sherlock – Community
    • Peg Sweeney – Parent
    • Rosanne Walsh – Teacher, Remington Middle School
    • Administration Liaisons:
    • Wayne Ogden – Current Superintendent of Schools
    • Maureen Sabolinski – Incoming Superintendent of Schools
  • 5. Expected Outcomes
    • Survey data from stakeholders
    • New 5-year Strategic Plan which will guide the development of the District Improvement Plan (DIP)