Berkley Public Schools
DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
The MISSION of the Berkley Public Schools is to provide each student with the values, knowledge and skills needed to reach his or her full potential, maximize achievement and show responsibility in interacting with others in our diverse society. Berkley students will learn that accountability earns respect and that respect leads to dignity. We will create a learning environment in which each child is provided with many opportunities to become lifelong learners, to solve problems, and encouraged to think creatively. Berkley Public Schools are committed to partnering with parents and families through open communication and cooperation between all members of the learning community: students, parents/families, and staff/administration.
September 2020 – June 2021
District Improvement Goals
- By utilizing the current appropriated budget, Berkley Public Schools will maintain current average class sizes, preserve and possibly restore educational programs, and effectively integrate a one to one device platform of technology in the grade 2-8 classrooms in the 2020-2021 school year.
- The Superintendent will continue to work with the Facility Subcommittee and the Mass School Building Authority to coordinate the Community School building improvements, during the 2020-2021 school year.
Professional Practice Goal
- The Superintendent will work closely with the Administrative Team and the Berkley Teachers’ Association to maximize teaching and learning for all of our students during the COVID 19 Pandemic time.
Student Learning Goals
- The Superintendent will form and oversee the Social Studies/Civics Curriculum Review Committees, resulting in possibly adopting new Social Studies Curricula for the Community and Middle School during the 2020-2021 school year.