School Board Goals

Converse County School District #1

Strategic Plan

Goals, Strategies, & Deliverables

 Learning Capacity
Increase achievement growth for all students.



  • Conduct and implement a Professional Learning Community (PLC) driven continuous school improvement framework.
  • Adopt and implement an instructional framework.
  • Vertically align curricula.
  • Priority standards
  • Proficiency scales
  • Common formative assessments
  • Align grading policies, processes, and procedures.
  • The percentage of students with typical or high growth as measured by the WY-TOPP & ACT student growth percentiles (math & reading) will improve each year.
  • The subgroup target for proficiency as defined by the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA) will be met or exceeded at all grade levels each year.
  • Converse County School District #1 will rate as one of the top three 3A schools in the state on all achievement measures on the WY-TOPP & ACT.
  • Grades K-3 will demonstrate 85% proficiency on the WY-TOPP early literacy measure.

Leadership Capacity

Execute a robust process of continuous improvement.



  • Utilize a Professional Learning Community (PLC) framework to drive our collaborative culture and collective responsibility.
  • Evaluate and improve system programs and processes.
  • Engage stakeholders through outreach & communication.
  • Develop and deploy frameworks and expectations for operating as a Professional Learning Community (PLC).
  • Document programs and processes, monitor the implementation, and measure outcomes.
  • Revise and implement a family engagement action plan.

Resource Capacity

Increase organizational efficiencies and effectiveness.



  • Adopt a resource allocation plan.
  • Implement a budget aligned with resource allocation plan.
  • Recruit and retain highly effective staff.
  • Share the resource allocation plan with stakeholders.
  • Budget report card is aligned to the resource allocation plan.
  • All schools will meet or exceed performance level expectations on the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA) measures.

Updated 10/10/2017