STOCKTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
701 N. Madison, Stockton, CA 95202 • 209-933-7000

 

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Stockton Unified School District

The purpose of the Stockton Unified School District Blueprint is to define in context the Programs, Procedures, Practices, and Policies that manage our Instructional Program within a systems approach.

The Blueprint explains the Focus, Alignment, Expectations, and Opportunities of SUSD’s Educational Services to all stakeholders including: The Board of Education, Management, Site Management, Teachers, Staff, Parents, Community Members, and Students.

It is our intent that once this Response to Intervention model established in the LEA Plan is implemented, we will have a system in place that quantifies our belief that all students can learn, that all English Learners can learn English, and that all diploma bound students can graduate high school prepared for college or career.


 

- All Students Can Learn -
- Success breeds Success -
- We Control the Conditions of Success -

- Eight Traits of Effective School Boards
- School District Leadership that Works
- Characteristics of Improved School Boards
- Action Learning Systems



 

Students - Teachers - Coaches - Site Admin
District Admin - Board - Parents

To successfully achieve the goals in the Blueprint for Student Achievement, SUSD must ensure that ALL STUDENTS be correctly placed in the RIGHT CLASS (program and instruction) for the RIGHT AMOUNT OF TIME with the RIGHT TEACHER.



 

Focus as measurable student achievement goals and outcomes
Alignment as coordination of Programs, Procedures, Practices, and Policies
Expectations as non-negotiables that define the role to be played for each SUSD stakeholder group
Opportunities as the system that will provide each stakeholder group the support necessary to meet the measureable Focus goals and outcomes
 

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