Welcome to SAU 41
Welcome to October,
With the fall comes the changing of the leaves and a nip in the air. Fall also signals the beginning of the budget season for our SAU. Our Principals, Department Heads, and SAU administrators are in the process of prioritizing their requests. As Superintendent I have requested that a “maintenance budget” be developed. Our budget(s) will allow us to continue to move forward but will not recommend any new initiatives to our operating budget. One area of focus for the administration and our Boards will be to review our operational procedures to determine how best to deliver services to all students. We will examine our administrative structure, our staffing levels, special education services as well as our standards and curriculum. In each area we will align our budget priorities to meet the goals and objectives outlined in our strategic plan. 21st Century Learning and our facilities/grounds are two areas we are reviewing closely in order to ensure we continue to expand our technology integration while maintaining our greatest asset our physical plant.
With regard to our New England Association of School and Colleges accreditation (NEASC), HBHS Principal, Rick Barnes recently submitted our special progress report. In the report we indicated the steps we had taken to address the items identified by NEASC. That report (September 11, 2014) can be found on the Hollis Brookline High School web site under the NEASC tab. We wish to thank the Board and the community for all their support. We accomplished our objective and did so under budget. Once Principal Barnes receives a response from NEASC we will provide the community with an update.
Hollis Brookline Cooperative District Apportionment Committee
Details regarding the Apportionment Committee, process, agendas, and documents can be found at http://www.sau41.org/hbcsb-home.
Mission & Vision Statement
The mission of SAU 41 is to ensure a strong, supportive learning environment focused on academic excellence.
The vision of SAU 41 is to help students acquire the knowledge and life skills for academic, social, and emotional success.
SAU 41 Strategic Plan
Given the tremendous amount of input received, the Steering Committee feels that the mission, vision, goals, and strategies that make up the Strategic Plan reflect the educational priorities of Hollis and Brookline’s elected officials, School Board members, parents, staff, and students. At each stage of the Plan’s development, the Steering Committee repeatedly reached out to the public to be sure that what the communities wanted is embodied in the Strategic Plan seen in the following pages. The Steering Committee is appreciative of leadership of the New England School Development Council in working with us in this process.
Read the 2012-2017 Strategic Plan.
Strategic Plan Deliverables Status
|Strategy 4.1||323.8 KB||2013-06-14 21:57:17|
|Strategy 2.6||1.27 MB||2013-06-14 21:57:50|
|Strategy 2.5||598.99 KB||2013-06-14 21:58:07|
|Strategy 1.2 B||744.59 KB||2013-06-14 21:56:27|
|Strategy 1.2 A and 4.4 revised||5.71 MB||2013-06-20 17:53:53|
|Strategy 1.2 A and 4.4||5.29 MB||2013-06-14 21:58:13|
|Strategy 1.1 C||2.02 MB||2013-06-18 13:32:59|
|Strategy 1.1 A and 1.1 B||1.19 MB||2013-06-14 21:57:06|
|2014-06-25-Strategic Plan Deliverable-Progress Matrix||915.08 KB||2014-06-25 12:25:45|
|2013-2014 Strategic Plan – SMART Goals Year Two Deliverables||124.63 KB||2013-12-12 16:25:00|
|2013-06-17-Strategic Plan Deliverable-Progress Matrix||109.4 KB||2013-06-14 21:48:04|
|Frequently Asked Questions||311.89 KB||2014-02-20 08:58:21|
|2014-01-30 Common Core Presentation||518.16 KB||2014-02-07 15:51:45|
|2014-01-13 CCSS DRAFT Presentation||274.15 KB||2014-02-07 15:51:45|
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