Beech Street

Elementary School

We, the team at Beech Street Elementary School, are a community of students, staff, and families who are Respectful, Responsible, Caring, Safe, and ALWAYS Bobcat Proud.

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The Beech Street Elementary School


Strategic Plan Summary

This summer the Beech Street Administrative Team met to analyze and discuss school needs and district priorities. We developed a Strategic Plan to invest time in the areas that will serve our students, our community, and our staff most effectively.

The following is a summary of the draft goals we have set.

  • All goals are targeted within the four domains of school improvement: Leadership; Instructional Transformation; Talent Development; and Climate and Culture.

  • Each goal is a SMART Goal: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results-Oriented, Time-Bound.

  • The Beech Street Leadership Team Members will be the stewards of this plan as we all work together to improve student achievement and strengthen the foundations of our school.

  • Our current plan will be revised during the summer of 2022 after all stakeholder feedback is taken into account.

  • A new plan will be presented to our Beech Street Community in September.

  • If you have any feedback that you would like to share please email Principal Newman @ ​​

Thanks for your support!!

Beech Street SIP Goals

School Improvement Plan:

  1. “Beech Street staff, students, and families will work together to support learning every day.”

  1. “Beech Street staff will consistently learn and grow in order to raise expectations for all students.”