Innovation 2020 was adopted by the Board of Education in 2015, and most of the goals in the plan have been accomplished or are on track to be accomplished over the next two years. The few goals that have not been met have been evaluated and revised, and will be included in the new strategic plan.
A dashboard that monitors the progress of each goal and objective in Innovation 2020 is on the District 6 website at greeleyschools.org/I2020progress.
On February 12, 2020, more than 100 people came together at Riverside Library and Cultural Center in Evans for a day of visioning for the new Greeley-Evans School District 6 strategic plan. This group included staff members, community members, members of the Board of Education and students, and all had a voice in setting the school district vision and work over the next 10 years.
After analyzing feedback received from participants in the February 12 meeting, themes emerged that will guide the creation of the new strategic plan, Innovation2030. Some of the goals that will be included in the new plan are providing more robust support for students’ social and empotional needs, expansion ending cultural proficiency training for all staff, strengthening personalized learning plans for all students, and engaging parents and the community in our schools in meaningful ways.
The Board of Education adopted a new Innovation2030 mission, vision, values, focus areas and goals. A team of District 6 leaders will begin work on objectives and strategies for all these goals this fall.