Strategic Planning Process

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strategic plan is the vehicle that allows an organization to look at its future. Through visioning, developing a mission, examining core values, and setting achievable goals, the district moves toward attainment of school improvement.

Strategic planning is an ongoing integrated process in high performing organizations. Over the course of the next several months, Springboro Schools will be implementing a strategic plan startup phase and the development/deployment of a strategic planning process.

The ongoing process is designed to be sustainable with Springboro Schools' students, parents, staff, and community. CF Educational Solutions (Dr. Robert Sommers and Jim Lay) has been hired by the district, as a consultant, to provide critical support for the startup phase, as well as the development of the strategic planning process. CF Educational Solutions will provide feedback and monitoring support in the first year of the strategic planning process deployment.


Startup Phase

Step 1: Establish a Strategic Advocacy Group 
Step 2: Establish Organizational Quality and Performance Status
Step 3: Establish a Common Understanding of Opportunities
Step 4: Develop and Approve Board Aspirations
Step 5: Establish Mission, Vision, Values, Student Segments, Strategic Purposes, and Core Competencies
Step 6: Establish Key Performance Metrics
Step 7: Establish an Action Plan Management Process and an Initial List of Action Plans with Priorities 
Step 8: Produce Startup Phase Strategic Plan Document

Strategic Advocacy Group

A long-term advocacy and support group was identified and assembled. This advocacy group will serve as the district's internal/external group developed to commit to long term strategic efforts for the organization, with regards to Springboro Schools' strategic plan. 
How Was This Advocacy Group Formed?
Key strategic student, stakeholder, and staff segments were determined, then confirmed by Springboro Schools' Board of Education and Senior Leadership. These confirmed representatives (students, stakeholders, and staff) were invited to join the advocacy group and engage in a series of listening, learning, strategy, and approval sessions. The target size of this group was between 15-20 individuals.
Advocacy Group - Meeting #1 (January 15, 2019) - Agenda
The first advocacy group meeting was held Tuesday, January 15th at Springboro High School in the Large Group Instruction Room (LGI). Click Here for Video of the First Meeting
Advocacy Group - Meeting #2 (February 12, 2019) - Agenda  
The second advocacy group meeting was held Tuesday, January 15th at Springboro High School in the Large Group Instruction Room (LGI). Click Here for Video of the Second Meeting

Community Engagement

From the start of the Strategic Planning Process, Springboro Schools' goal was to receive input from the entire Springboro community. In order to get the input from more stakeholders, CF Educational Solutions (Dr. Robert Sommers and Jim Lay) have scheduled a group of meetings for different stakeholder groups.
Stakeholder Groups
Community Members
Business Leaders
Teachers and Staff
Board of Education Invites 
Community Engagement Meetings* - RSVP Here
February 13: Parent Meeting - 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm (Springboro High School - LGI Room)
February 18: Community Members - 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm (Springboro High School - LGI Room)
February 20: Business Leaders - 4:00 pm (Springboro High School - LGI Room)
February 20: Board Invitees - 6:00 pm (Springboro High School - LGI Room)
February 21: Teachers/Staff - 3:00 pm and 4:30pm (Springboro High School - Media Center/Library)
February 28: Students - 3:00 pm (Springboro High School - LGI Room)
*Please Only Attend One Meeting
Springboro High School - 1675 S. Main St. Springboro, OH 45066
Agenda for All Community Engagement Meetings
Future Ready Graduate
Aspiration Statements
Key Performance Measures
What are our values
Since each meeting will have the exact same agenda and discussion topics, ATTENDEES SHOULD ONLY CHOOSE ONE MEETING. The district is asking that no one attend more than one of these meetings. Springboro Schools will ask people to RSVP so that the district can ensure it has enough space to hold all of the attendees. If there are too many RSVP, Springboro Schools will add more dates and times.
Videos of Community Engagement Meetings

Community Survey

Springboro Schools wants to hear from you! The district invites you to participate in a brief Community Survey, as part of the district's Strategic Planning Process.
The results of this brief survey are anonymous, and will help to provide valuable information from our community members and stakeholders on the goals developed throughout our Strategic Planning Process. Your opinion matters, and Springboro Schools looks to extend the opportunity for all those who have a vested interest in this outstanding school district.
In accordance with State and Federal law, Springboro Community City Schools will provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities who wish to attend and/or participate in school events. Such individuals should notify the Superintendent if they require a reasonable accommodation.

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