Getting Started With Strategic Scheduling:Building Mindsets, Refining Course Offerings, and Strategic Communications

Strategic scheduling places the school schedule in the center of school and district improvement efforts. Instead of viewing scheduling as a technical task, strategic scheduling is a year-round process that can impact college and career outcomes and transform schools. This webinar will focus on the seven phases of strategic scheduling. We are also excited to highlight the experiences and achievements of the Kelso School District, where Sheri Walker, Principal of Kelso High School, and Lacey DeWeert, Associate Director of Teaching and Learning, will share their valuable insights.

Student Outcomes: What Every School Board Member Needs to Know

As the school year begins, many school boards are once again faced with the challenge of representing the vision and values of their community while also creating conditions for all students to receive a quality education. However, for many school boards across the nation, adult inputs (things like staff, books, programs, and facilities) take precedent over prioritizing student outcomes in board decisions.

5 Strategies to Unlock the Power of Student Centered Scheduling

This webinar uncovers practical insights on crafting student-centered school schedules that hold the promise of closing achievement gaps and ensuring equitable access for all.

During this engaging session, we delved deep into the transformative power of prioritizing teacher collaboration, fostering robust student interactions, challenging traditional practices, providing diverse pathways, and nurturing effective communication.

Boosting College and Career Readiness Through Strategic Scheduling

Watch this webinar recording to learn how master scheduling plays a transformative role in school success. Specific case studies and scheduling examples will highlight how middle and high schools across the country are strategically using the master schedule to tackle their most pressing challenges, including addressing equity and access.