Mission Statement: Irvington Public Schools inspires and instructs all students to think critically, creatively, and responsibly, to embrace diversity, and to pursue their dreams with purpose.
Utilize a fulfillment survey the District will evaluate stakeholders’ perspectives of its communications practices, develop a set of actions and interventions to positively impact these perceptions and measure change in perception at the end of the year.
Utilize a fulfillment survey the District will evaluate stakeholders’ perception of the District relative to key aspects of operations including but not limited to, educational programming, diversity, and equity access, compose actions and interventions to positively impact that perception and benchmark the change in perception throughout the school year.
The District will examine forms of data to gauge the extent to which disparities and/or gaps in access to programs and services, as well as achievement exist between various student subgroups. Afterwards, create administrator and teacher goals which are informed by this data.
The District will address student and staff health, mindfulness, and wellness by evaluating school culture and climate, develop a set of actions and interventions to positively influence that perception including making applicable adjustments and modifications in curriculum and programming, and measure transformation in perception throughout the year.
To utilize grant writing services for the prospecting, writing, and attainment of grants as an additional revenue stream.