• NEW PROVIDENCE BOARD OF EDUCATION

    2018/2019 Board/Committee Goals- 8/30/18

    Board Goals:

    1. Evaluate World Language curriculum and programs to ensure it remains current and meets the needs of students going forward.
    2. Complete the contract negotiation process with the teachers, secretaries, principals/assistant principals, and custodian/maintenance associations
    3. 2019/2020 budget process
    4. Review and evaluation of internal and state-mandated assessment tools utilized to measure student progress and proficiency
    5. Evaluate community input received from the Superintendent forums scheduled during the 2018/2019 school year and discuss the appropriate inclusion of the input after the Board evaluation process
    6. Review existing special education needs and programs provided to assess opportunities for additional in district programs
    7. Implement and monitor school resource officers in the schools
    8. Evaluate the middle school schedule, the extension of 8th-grade language arts and development of a one to one iPad program at the middle school
    9. Evaluate mental health services for students K-12 and ensure appropriate services are in place for at-risk students


    Committee Goals:

    Curriculum, Instruction and Technology

    • Continue to monitor the digital transformation of technology in the classroom
    • Continue to examine the curriculum to determine what resources are necessary to meet curriculum goals set by the State
    • Evaluate World Language curriculum and programs
    • Complete the DOE certification process to become Future Ready Schools
    • Evaluate the middle school schedule and propose changes for the 2019/2020 school year
    • Evaluate the extension of 8th grade Language Arts
    • Consider the development of a one to one iPad program at the middle school
    • Consider the development of new programs and services for students who are identified as having mental health needs

    Finance, Facilities, and Safety/Security

    • Monitor the completion of summer construction projects
    • Present the 2019/2020 budget within cap
    • Review enrollment projections
    • Evaluate alternative revenue sources, if any
    • Continue to research shared service opportunities
    • Complete the contract negotiation process with the teachers, secretaries, principals/assistant principals, and custodian/maintenance associations
    • Monitor the possible sale of the Bard property and research effect on school facilities/finances
    • Monitor school security
    • Address remaining bond proceeds

    Personnel, Management and Communication

    • Evaluate the need for additional mental health professionals throughout the District
    • Propose, implement and monitor the addition of a part-time position for public relations
    • Implement and monitor school resource officers in the schools
    • Implement the new school boards tool for evaluating the Superintendent of Schools

     

Last Modified on September 5, 2018