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District Strategic Plan

MOORE COUNTY SCHOOLS' STRATEGIC PLAN 2022-2024

Moore County Board of Education revised statements describing its mission and vision as well as core beliefs as part of its strategic plan for 2022-2024.

Mission statements articulate what an organization wants to do now, while vision statements articulate what an organization aspires to be in the future.

The mission statement is "All students will graduate with the skills, knowledge, character and education to become proud and successful citizens of the United States of America."

The vision statement is "We strive to be the standard for excellence in education in North Carolina."

The core beliefs are:

"We believe successful schools are essential for thriving communities, and that:

  • Every student can learn and succeed;
  • Education, employment, and enlistment are equally honorable pursuits for the future lives of our students;
  • Our schools provide a safe, respectful, orderly, and caring environment conducive to learning;
  • We engage our parents and community in the education of our students; and
  • Our educators are empowered to meet the learning needs of all students."

The strategic plan highlights seven goals for the district over 2022-2024:

  • Increase the number of schools meeting or exceeding growth from 14 to 23.
  • Increase overall composite Grade Level Proficiency by 10 percentage points (from 56.6% to 66.6%).
  • Increase the context ranking for composite Grade Level Proficiency from 23rd place to at least in the top 5% in the state (out of 115 LEAs).
  • Increase the number of 10th grade students reading at or above grade level, as measured by the End of Course Lexile reading level, by 10 percentage points (from 81% to 91%).
  • Close the achievement gap of Black (from 29.9 to 19.9), Hispanic (from 10 to 0), economically disadvantaged (from 21.1 to 11.1), and students with disabilities (from 38.4 to 28.4) subgroups by 10 percentage points from their respective 2021-22 achievement scores while increasing student performance in all groups.
  • Increase the number of students who complete a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Cluster (a student who has taken at
    least four career courses within the same career pathway) by 15 percent from 441 to 510.
  • Decrease the number of the district’s schools with a School Performance Grade (SPG) of an “F” from two to zero.

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