STRATEGIC PLAN

DISTRICT 62 WORKING TOGETHER

The Board of Education approved five-year strategic plan began June 18, 2018.

District 62 Strategic Plan Poster

ENGLISH | ESPAÑOL | POLSKI11 x 17 inch

A YEAR IN REVIEW

OUR COVID-19 JOURNEY

A three part video series hosted by the then Superintendent Dr. Paul Hertel.

Video 1: Released March 2021

Video 2: Released April 2021

Video 3: Released May 2021

Strategic Plan Presentations and Updates

2022_1114_Amadei_100DayReportPresentation.pdf

November 14: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Michael Amadei provided the Board of Education with an overview of his progress to date following 100 days as Superintendent.


District_Strategic_Plan_Goals-3-4-5_Updates_October_2022-23.pdf

October 17: Members of the administration shared a strategic plan presentation that included a Goal 3, 4 and 5 update.


District_Strategic_Plan_Goals-1-2_Updates_September_2022-23.pdf

September 19: The Board of Education recently received an update regarding Goals 1 and 2.


Strategic Plan Goal Monitoring

Each month our principals will be showcasing their learning communities' alignment with the five goals of our strategic plan.

Central-Terrace_Principal_Strategic_Plan_Update_Fall2022.pdf

Central Elementary School & Terrace Elementary School

November 14: Principal Erica Cupuro shared an update from Central Elementary School while Principal Dr. Bradley Stein shared an update from Terrace Elementary School. Their presentations centered on how their schools are focused on all five goals of the District 62 Strategic Plan.

AMS-CMS_Principal_Strategic_Plan_Update_Fall2022.pdf

Algonquin Middle School & Chippewa Middle School

October 17: Principal Donald Jones and Assistant Principal Patty Tzortis shared an update from Algonquin Middle School while Principal Juliana Vissering and Assistant Principal Gary Wheaton shared an update from Chippewa Middle School. Their presentations centered on how their schools are focused on all five goals of the District 62 Strategic Plan.

ICS_Principal_Strategic_Plan_Update_Fall2022.pdf

Iroquois Community School

September 19: Principal Kelly Krueger and Assistant Principal of Special Education John Rey shared an update from Iroquois Community School centering how the school is focused on all five goals of the District 62 Strategic Plan.

We are celebrating the work of the committee and the support of our staff and families that helped make this document into a reality for the district.

MISSION

Why we exist

Empowering confident, future ready learners and productive citizens

VISION

Where we are headed

Students, staff, families, and our community value District 62 as a high quality, continuously improving school district

VALUES

What we stand for

Respect, Trust, Equity, Collaboration. Resilience, Accountability, Continuous Improvement