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In an effort to provide more transparency with our strategic goals and objectives, we have created our District Data Dashboard. The Dashboard shares the measures we are using to indicate we are providing our students with the Future Ready Skills they need for college, career, and life. The dashboard outlines our four Strategies we’re using to meet our plan's objectives. It also includes over 75 performance indicators (KPI) that we track internally for our instructional and operational departments.

Click any strategy link (below) to see expand to see it's key measures. We’ll be updating it often as new data becomes available.

Create a personalized learning model where students learn at the level of their ability as they work to meet learning standards.

Today’s industrial age assembly line education model, based on fixed time, place, curriculum and pace, is insufficient in today’s society and knowledge-based economy. Our education system must be fundamentally rewired from a mass production teaching model, to a student-centered, personalized learning model to address the diversity of students’ backgrounds and provide them future ready skills.

How will we accomplish this strategy?

Objectives - Strategy 1
Objective 1.1: School Structures that Accommodate Personalized Learning
Objective 1.2: Students Exploring Career Paths - College and Career Readiness
Objective 1.3: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math (STEAM) and Project Based Learning
Objective 1.4: Positive and Safe Learning Environment

How will we measure this strategy?

pie chart with magnifying glassDashboard for Strategy One (currently only compatible with a computer interface, we are working on a resolution to a tablet/phone view of the detailed dashboard data)

In order to transform our educational system to prepare students and the community for a rapidly changing global future, the power of the whole community must be tapped.

A major aspect of our vision will involve forming learning partnerships with local businesses and other organizations, using citizen-volunteering opportunities that tap into the talents and interests of community members, and increasing parent engagement opportunities within our schools.

How will we accomplish this strategy?

Objectives - Strategy 2Objective 2.1: Skilled Volunteer
Objective 2.2: Citizen-Student Mentoring
Objective 2.3: Partnerships with Businesses
Objective 2.4: More Engagement of Parents

How will we measure this strategy?

pie chart with magnifying glassDashboard for Strategy Two (currently only compatible with a computer interface, we are working on a resolution to a tablet/phone view of the detailed dashboard data)

In order to provide a high quality, future ready, learning environment it will be critical to utilize the the best educational tools and resources for students and staff.

We will support both teaching and learning by infusing classrooms with updated digital learning tools, high quality curriculum, expanded course offerings, enhanced learning experiences, additional blended learning opportunities, and cutting edge instruction to build future ready skills.

How will we accomplish this strategy?

Objectives - Strategy 3Objective 3.1: Personal Technology Devices for Learners
Objective 3.2: Blended Learning Environments
Objective 3.3: Instruction & Curriculum
Objective 3.4: Facilities That Optimize Learning

How will we measure this strategy?

pie chart with magnifying glassDashboard for Strategy Three (currently only compatible with a computer interface, we are working on a resolution to a tablet/phone view of the detailed dashboard data)

We will balance our capacity to address change initiatives by aligning them to key objectives, action plans, and timelines.

Continuous improvement priciples and processes will be foundational to achieving excellence in teaching, learning, and operations.

How will we accomplish this strategy?

Objectives - Strategy 4Objective 4.1: Continuous Improvement of Service Quality
Objective 4.2: Sound Fiscal, Human Resource Management
Objective 4.3: College and Career Readiness for All
Objective 4.4: Highly Trained and Engaged Staff

How will we measure this strategy?

pie chart with magnifying glassDashboard for Strategy Four (currently only compatible with a computer interface, we are working on a resolution to a tablet/phone view of the detailed dashboard data)

Additional Resources and Information:

We envision a Wenatchee renowned for making education personal and a local culture that values learning and is committed to success for all.

Our purpose is preparing students with the knowledge and skills for life in the 21st Century. Our goal is to create student centered learning environments, nurture and inspire innovation and creativity, create flexibility within structure, and nurture collaborative relationships that inspire learning.

District Schools

Columbia Elementary

Castlerock Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC)

Foothills Middle School

John Newbery Elementary

Lewis & Clark Elementary

Lincoln Elementary

Mission View Elementary

Orchard Middle School

Pioneer Middle School

Sunnyslope Elementary

Valley Academy of Learning

Washington Elementary

Wenatchee High School

Wenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center

Westside High School