This past School Board meeting, we passed out again our Strategic Plan that was put into place in 2012. At that time, we put an end date of 2016 on the plan. The task of our Board is to revisit those goals, assess how well we did in meeting the goals set and revise or extend any goals that members think necessary moving forward. As I look at
the goals, we are in a different place than we were when we opened the school in 2011! We opened our doors with just over 450 students-as of today, we are serving 632 students and over 50 children in our Saints In Training Program. We have grown in our commitment to our faith. We have grown in our outreach to the broader community.
We have developed an even closer relationship with our Lord. We have learned to walk with one another in times of sickness. We have held one another near in times of death. We have celebrated the joys in one another’s lives. We truly are All Saints Catholic School family. I invite you to look over our Strategic Plan goals and to pass on to me any feedback you have or would like for me to take back to our School Board.
Direction/ Priority One: Catholic Community Relationship, ownership and benefit
Major Goal: All 10 of our supporting parishes view/embrace ASCS as “our school”.
Major Goal: A fruitful, effective, collaborative relationship with St. Joseph Catholic Academy.
Direction/Priority Two: Student character and academic preparedness for the future
Major Goal: Students reach their full academic potential.
Major Goal: Gain a reputation as the best academic/character/faith choice in Kenosha
Direction/Priority Three: Live out Jesus’ instruction in all facets of ASCS life, especially when no one is watching.
Major Goal: ASCS aligns with the National Catholic Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools.
Major Goal: Staff and students demonstrate a visible Catholic faith conviction.
Direction/Priority Four: Enrollment Growth and Financial Health
Major Goal: Increase enrollment annually
Major Goal: Communicate to parishes, accountability through the annual reporting process.
Direction/Priority Five: Wider Community Contribution.
Major Goal: ASCS will embrace and embody Catholic School Teachings.
Dr. Jackie Lichter