Our Vision and Goals
The Warrenton-Hammond School District strives to produce productive citizens who can achieve academic excellence, model integrity, as well as respect authority and one another.
We seek to provide:
[L]earning opportunities for
[E]ach student to
[A]cquire the skills and knowledge to be
[R]esponsible and productive citizens
[N]ow and in the future
Students will meet or exceed grade-level benchmarks in math and reading.
The Board will acquire knowledge of each grade level benchmark to ensure policies are aligned and resources prioritized to attain this goal.
The superintendent will align staff, curriculum, and other resources to ensure students meet or exceed grade-level benchmarks and monitor district progress.
The District will show annual improvement in the percentage of students completing* high school.
The Board will acquire an understanding of the various forms of completion and the variables that impact the completion rate.
The superintendent will identify and develop intervention methods to improve high school completion and ensure the Board is provided regular updates based on data to show progress toward attainment of increased completion rates.
*Completion is defined as, graduation as a part of a four-year cohort, delayed graduation (5th year), modified diploma, certificate of completion, or transfer to college/post-secondary training.
Stewardship of Resources
The District will efficiently utilize all resources to meet the needs of our students.
The Board will ensure the district policies and budget support the efficient utilization of resources to best meet the needs of students.
The superintendent will ensure the distribution and utilization of resources conforms to the best needs of students.
Promote an effective communication strategy.
The Board will maintain regular communication with the community and other stakeholders through regular meetings, work sessions, community forums and other formats.
The superintendent will facilitate effective communication within the district and between the Board and stakeholders.