The DRAFT concept for a K12 Instructional Vision
Student enrollment continues to grow, and APS is working to implement complex and overlapping development initiatives outlined in the 3-5 Year Action Plan. The DRAFT proposal for K-12 Instructional Alignment:
- is designed to kick off a community discussion that will shape a long term approach for providing a blend of neighborhood and option schools, and ensuring equitable access,
- Does not specify a timeline for adoption, but instead will be shaped by community input and implemented over time, as we move on projects outlined in the 3-5 Year Action Plan, and
- complements two decisions that the School Board will vote on in June including
April 18 School Board Work Session on the Enrollment and Transfers for Schools and Programs Policy (NEW!)
A portion of the work session covers the new 1300 high school seats.
School Options Survey
Superintendent’s April 6 Update to the School Board
Review, Revise, Refine Meetings
March 30 and April 4 Presentation
Community Meeting (March 30) Video, please note that the same content was presented at the April 4 meeting.
What We Heard from March 30 and April 4 meetings