USD 333 Concordia Community Vision
November 7, 2019
1. We will provide our students with Differentiated Learning that is Engaging and Student Centered.
2. To be Fiscally Responsible we will provide space that supports Learner-Driven Learning and All Student Achievement.
3. Facilities and Future Ready Learning Environments will: be Accessible and Adaptable to ensure Safety and Security of all students.
4. Facilities and Learner Driven Learning will be Real-World Connected
USD 333 Board of Education Goals 2019-2020
Long Term Goals
1. Commit to innovation, offering a variety of opportunities for students to be prepared for their next step in life.
2. Commit to progressive curriculum development and alignment of new standards.
3. Recruit, develop, and retain high quality effective staff.
4. Provide quality education in a stable financial environment.
Short Term Goals
1. Improve professional development opportunities to drive, invest and equip teachers to innovate.
2. Commit to a modern, progressive Master Facility Plan and Capital Improvement Plan.
3. Commit to a progressive soft skills and civic engagement educational model for K-12 students.
4. Commit to progressive Early Childhood programs and partnerships.
5. Provide opportunities for students to be successful beyond high school by integrating technology and CTE programs in the district.
6. Continue to foster effective partnerships with local, regional, and statewide organizations.
Mike Mayo and his team established some costs of renovation to the 1929 structure exceeding the $50-$60 million mark and conversations ceased with the Board of Education as the information revealed a much much larger expenditure than was anticipated. The board wanted to ensure that proper estimates were being defined in the process so we employed the service of McCownGordon construction to assist us with some project costs as they are in the field as a construction firm and complete heavy renovations across the state and have much experience with this type of work. It was determined from their feedback that this is a large scope project that needed to be defined with long term expectations and visionary leadership involving instruction practices and grade level configurations. Mr. Breese and his administrative team and Board of Education members interviewed and selected an educational architectural team of experts to assist in the development of an adapted plan from an educational perspective. We are currently working with HTK Architects, McCownGordon Construction, District Leadership Teams, the Community Visionary Teams, PIE, Booster Club, and Concordia Middle School Home and School organizations to collaboratively work with our community to identify the most significant facility deficiencies and the proper solution to these challenges.
Next Community Vision Facility Planning Meeting
Wednesday, Nov. 13th, 5:30-7pm
436 West 10th Street
Dinner will be provided.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.