CCSS Strategic Planning Input Survey for Community
Coweta County School System Mission, Vision and Beliefs
According to the Wallace Foundation, mission and vision statements “send a clear message of what schools are to be about.” These messages build a common understanding within schools and across communities of their purpose, focus and commitment to students.  Belief statements anchor the specific work in the district to guide both short term and long term improvements. The CCSS mission, vision and beliefs are being shared with you for consideration of improvements.  The bold words in each statement provide the broad idea that guides specific actions currently written in our strategic plan.  Are there any adjustments that need to be made looking towards the next five years?
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The success of students is the fundamental focus of the Coweta County School System. As part of our 2014-2019 district strategic planning process we asked stakeholders to define success.  Based on the most frequent responses from stakeholders, student success includes or must reflect: Accomplishment, Work-Ready, Responsible, Ethical, Achievement, Confident, Happy, Hard-Worker, Graduating, Reader, and Respectful. While many additional terms were also provided to further define student success, these eleven terms captured the essence of responses. What one word do you feel best represents the definition of success for students in Coweta County schools looking forward to 2019-2024.
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We believe, as a learning community, we must continuously improve.  We are committed to long-term, in-depth professional learning for all teachers and leaders to ensure that students receive high quality instruction in a supportive learning environment. As a result of this focus, our district has promoted the use of effective instructional strategies for literacy, supported positive behavioral systems, enhanced leadership skills for school improvement, and increased safety initiatives to include SRO officers and facility enhancements in each school. When you consider the work being done in Coweta County, what do you feel the school system is doing well in regards to continuous improvement?
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If money, rules and regulations, and time were not a barrier what could the school system do to continue to improve?
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We believe, as leaders of learners, we must see students as volunteers in their learning.  We are committed to engaging our students in learning through higher order thinking processes that integrate technology and the arts to make learning relevant and meaningful for all students. In Coweta we enhance student engagement through the use of the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts, the Central Educational Center, including the expansion of an 8th grade academy, and the use of real world applications in learning. When you consider the work being done in Coweta County, what do you feel the school system is doing well in regards to student engagement?
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If money, rules and regulations, and time were not a barrier what could the school system do to increase student engagement?
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We believe the Coweta County School System, in partnership with the family and the community, must focus on providing challenging, interesting, and satisfying work for students. We are committed to building partnerships between school, home, and the community to engage all stakeholders in the education processes.  Some of our partnerships include local businesses that host apprenticeship programs through the CEC, Communities in Schools, and strong parent teacher organizations including parent volunteers in our schools. When you consider the work being done in Coweta County, what do you feel the school system is doing well in regards to building partnerships that provide challenging, interesting and satisfying work for students?
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If money, rules and regulations, and time were not a barrier what could the school system do to enhance partnerships that lead to even more satisfying work for students?
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We believe we are responsible for the success of each student.We are committed to developing lifelong learners that graduate college and career ready. Our students continue to exceed both state and national scores on the ACT and SAT, the 2018 district CCRPI score was in the top 10% of all districts in Georgia, and 95% of student interns and apprentices were scored perfect on work ethic by their employer.When you consider the work being done in Coweta County, what do you feel the school system is doing well in regards to developing lifelong learners that graduate college and career ready?
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If money, rules and regulations, and time were not a barrier what could the school system do to improve efforts to graduate lifelong learners successful in college and careers?
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Please share any additional suggestions for improvements not addressed in previous questions. Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with the Coweta County School System. Your input is invaluable to our continuous improvement efforts.
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