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Our Promises

In 2017, the School District adopted the "Janesville Promises" to address key elements impacting student and school success. These Promises utilize 5 components with indicators that move the entire district forward. Our ultimate Promise is that every student will graduate ready for college, career and life.

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Student & School Success

Every student is known by name, strength, need; and every student graduates ready for college, career, and life.

  • Every student is known by name, strength, and need by at least one adult.
  • Teachers will increase/focus instruction from direct to engaged and empowered instructional opportunities.
  • 90% of 3rd graders will read at or above grade level.
  • 90% of 9th graders will successfully complete Algebra I.
  • 90% of graduates will successfully complete an advanced placement, transcripted, industry credential, or dual enrollment credit class.
  • 90% of graduates will complete college ready indicators as detailed at redefiningready.org.
  • 90% of graduates will complete career ready indicators as detailed at redefiningready.org.
  • Increase graduation rate by 1% each year to 92% rate for 2022.
  • 100% of students will have an academic and career plan that includes a post high school plan.

 

Relationships

Efficient, effective, and caring interactions with our students, parents, and community.

  • 85% of Parents on the Studer Parent Survey agree they are satisfied with their child’s school.
  • 85% of Employees on the Studer Employee Surveys agree their immediate supervisors and district leaders support a best place to work environment, and satisfactory communication practices.
  • 85% of Parents on the Studer Parent Survey agree that “My family is treated with respect at this school.”

 

Culture & Climate

Challenging, fulfilling and enjoyable work environment for our employees.

  • Maintain a certified staff retention rate at a minimum of 95%.
  • Increase non-certified staff retention rate by 1% each year to 93% for 2022.
  • All staff will participate in ongoing job-embedded professional development.
Finance

Continuous monitoring and re-alignment of district resources.

  • Maintain a balanced budget.
  • Utilize the SDJ capital improvement plan to maintain district infrastructure/buildings and honors past investments.
  • Utilize the SDJ information technology plan that is forward looking and supports student needs.
  • Prioritize energy/resource efficiency solutions and improvements.
  • Develop and implement employee compensation models that recruit and retain talented staff and are sustainable under the current state aid system.

 

Health & Safety

Prioritize the safety, health, and wellness of our school community.

  • Maintain student immunization rates above 90%.
  • Minimize incurred cost of Workers Compensation by 2% each year through minimizing significant injuries by making employees more aware of minor injuries.
  • Maintain a low accident rate while striving for zero student accidents.
  • 85% of parents on the Studer Parent Survey agree that “School promotes a safe environment for my children to learn.”