Superintendent's Strategic Plan
History
 
The Boulder Valley School District Board of Education adopted the District Vision, Mission, Value Statements, and Interim Goals in June 2013. Dr. Messinger, Superintendent, and Dr. Pilch, Deputy Superintendent, initiated the development of the Boulder Valley School District Strategic Plan in the summer of 2013.
 

Executive Committee

In June 2013, an Executive Committee was established to ensure the implementation of the Boulder Valley School District’s Vision, Mission, Values, Goals and Strategies through a strategic planning process. The Executive Committee is comprised of the Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Chief Operations Officer, Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services and Equity, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, and President of the Boulder Valley Education Association.
 
The Executive Committee began meeting in July 2013, to initiate planning for and to develop a process to solicit participants in the Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Information about the Strategic Planning Steering Committee and an application for participation was sent to all staff and members of the community by the Superintendent to encourage participation. Representation was sought from all employee groups, District Accountability Committee, District Parent Council, key community members and parents.
 
The Executive Committee continues to meet at least monthly to ensure the development and advancement of the Strategic Plan in consultation and collaboration with the Superintendent’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee.
 

Superintendent’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee and Action Design Teams

The role of the Superintendent’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee is to provide oversight of the BVSD Strategic Plan. Action Design teams have been developed for each of the strategies to ensure the implementation of the District Mission, Vision, Values and Goals. The Superintendent’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee has been highly productive, meeting each month to develop the necessary action design teams and purpose statements for those teams. Each team has developed an action design plan for their identified area to ensure the implementation of the Mission, Vision and Goals. Seventeen Action Design Teams have been meeting since May 2014. Over 200 staff, community, and parents are involved in the Action Design Teams. In September 2014, each team submitted a draft action plan for review and approval by the Executive Committee and the Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Specific committee memberships and purpose statements can be found linked below.