Beginning in the 2022-2023 school year, systemic goal areas were established by new superintendent, Dr. Dyson, of Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS). These goal areas—organizational culture of achievement, operational excellence, safety and wellbeing, stakeholder engagement, and student and staff experience—are aligned to the existing five FCPS strategic goals (see below). Furthermore, for each of the goal areas, key performance indicators (KPIs) were established. KPIs are used to measure progress on specific outcomes over a period of time (e.g., increasing student performance on assessments). These general performance targets (KPIs) were established in collaboration with the Board of Education, Superintendent, FCPS staff, and the community. Throughout the school year, staff will be collaborating on presenting data on the progress of each of these performance targets.
|Performance on System Goals|
|Goal Area||BOE Goal|
|Organizational Culture of Achievement||
Goal 1: FCPS will equip each and every student to be an empowered learner and an engaged citizen to achieve a positive impact in the local and global community.
Goal 2: FCPS will hire, support, and retain staff who champion individual, professional, and student excellence.
|Safety & Wellbeing||
Goal 3: FCPS will pursue and utilize all resources strategically and responsibly to achieve identified outcomes and inspire public confidence.
Goal 4: FCPS will nurture relationships with families and the entire community, sharing responsibility for student success and demonstrating pride in all aspects of our school system.
|Student & Staff Experience||
Goal 5: FCPS will promote a culture fostering wellness and civility for students and staff.