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2016-2017 West Linn-Wilsonville School Board of Directors

 

Regan Molatore
Vice Chair 
503-638-0940 
Position 1
Term Expires
6/30/2017
Keith Steele
Keith Steele
  Chair
503-318-6867
Position 5
Term Expires
6/30/2017
Rob Fernandez
Board Member
503-454-3168
Position 3
Term Expires
6/30/2017
Board Member
503-307-8679
Position 2
Term Expires
6/30/2019
Board Member
503-481-9480
Position 4
Term Expires
6/30/2019


 

Mission Question

How do we create learning communities for the greatest thinkers and
most thoughtful people...for the world?

 

 

Vision Themes
 
Academic Excellence  -  Personalized Education  - Community Partnerships 
Circle of Support  -  The Whole Child  -  Integrated Technology

  


2015-16 Board  
 2016-2017 Board Goals

The Board is responsible for establishing educational goals which will guide both the Board and staff in working together toward the continuing improvement of the educational program.  The School Board invites the community voice in guidance of the work on these five goals. 

Strategically, the West Linn-Wilsonville School Board intends to communicate interactively in seeking common ground to continually define the district's values and strengths.  As a Board we have established district goals to:

1.    Grow student achievement, through the use of high leverage instructional strategies that raise rigor and generate equitable outcomes for all students while eliminating opportunity and achievement gaps.

2.    Align integrated systems of professional growth, assessment, accountability, feedback and growth mindset that build competence, confidence and self-efficacy at all levels.         

3.    Engage our families and community partners in support of the district vision and values of equity, access and excellence in education.

4.    Successfully open one new school, Meridian Creek Middle School, and one re-imagined Sunset Primary School, while attending to bond projects and addressing safety, staffing adjustments, program alignment, boundary transitions, and equitable outcomes for students, thereby strengthening all schools across the district.    

 

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