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Hart-Ransom Union SD |  BP  0400  Philosophy, Goals, Objectives and Comprehensive Plans

Comprehensive Plans   

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The Board of Trustees believes that careful planning is essential to effective implementation of district programs and policies. Comprehensive plans shall identify cohesive strategies for school improvement and provide stability in district operations.

The Superintendent or designee shall develop comprehensive plans for the implementation of the district's vision and goals, on specific policy topics and on other areas as required by law. As appropriate, comprehensive plans may describe, but not be limited to, anticipated short- and long-term needs, measurable outcomes, priorities, activities, available resources, timelines, staff responsibilities, and strategies for internal and external communications regarding the plan.

(cf. 0000 - Vision)

(cf. 0200 - Goals for the School District)

(cf. 0430 - Comprehensive Local Plan for Special Education)

(cf. 0440 - District Technology Plan)

(cf. 0450 - Comprehensive Safety Plan)

(cf. 0500 - Accountability)

(cf. 1112 - Media Relations)

(cf. 2140 - Evaluation of the Superintendent)

(cf. 3516 - Emergencies and Disaster Preparedness Plan)

(cf. 3543 - Transportation Safety and Emergencies)

(cf. 4141.6/4241.6 - Concerted Action/Work Stoppage)

(cf. 6171 - Title I Programs)

(cf. 6190 - Evaluation of the Instructional Program)

(cf. 7110 - Facilities Master Plan)

Comprehensive plans may be subject to review and approval by the Board.

The process for developing comprehensive plans shall invite broad participation of school and community representatives. Committees may be appointed to assist in the development of plans. Comprehensive plans shall be available to the public and shall be reviewed at regular intervals as specified within the plan.

(cf. 1220 - Citizen Advisory Committees)

(cf. 2230 - Representative and Deliberative Groups)

(cf. 6020 - Parent Involvement)

(cf. 9130 - Board Committees)

In addition, school-level plans may be developed to meet the unique circumstances of individual school sites provided that they are consistent with law, district vision, Board policies, administrative regulations and districtwide plans. School plans may be subject to review and approval of the Superintendent or designee and/or the Board.

(cf. 0420 - School Plans/Site Councils)

Legal Reference:


35035 Powers and duties of Superintendent

35291 Rules (power of Board of Trustees)

Management Resources:


Maximizing School Board Leadership: Vision, 1996




adopted: January 14, 2016 Modesto, California