Strategic and District Operational Plans

Our Strategic Plan is the roadmap we follow in our continuing - and measurable - focus on meeting the learning needs of each student. 

The District Operational Plan is developed annually by Superintendent Ronneberg, district administration and principals, and outlines projects to lead the district toward accomplishing our goals.

We use adaptive planning in Spring Lake Park Schools. Rather than a static strategic plan that attempts to identify all of the strategies and objectives necessary for the next five years, we adapt our plan annually. We focus on improving student learning through innovation within strategic anchors and aligned initiatives. We assess progress and consistently look outside the system at emerging influences as we strive to move from our current reality – where we sit today – toward what we want to achieve – our desired results.

While we have an annual District Operational Plan, we consistently assess our work within the plan and make adaptations as necessary to meet changing conditions. By adjusting our work on a regular basis, we bring greater coherence and alignment to our efforts.

Strategic and District Operational Plan Documents

Strategic Plan

District strategic plan 2015

District Operational Plan Design Input

Parent, community and staff input is also a critical part of the development of the district’s annual operational plan. The following opportunities are specifically designed to provide input as the superintendent and district administrators develop each year’s District Operational Plan:

World’s Best Workforce Report

the World's Best Workforce (WBWF) plan for the State of Minnesota. Our work is focused on improving things we are already doing and also doing things differently through innovation.

In this year's World's Best Work Force Report, we have included the following items to describe what we are doing to improve learning for each student:

Achievement and Integration Plan

The purpose of the Achievement and Integration for Minnesota program is to pursue racial and economic integration, increase student achievement, create equitable educational opportunities, and reduce academic disparities based on students’ diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds in Minnesota public schools.

Spring Lake Park Schools’ Achievement and Integration Plan includes the following goals:

  • Spring Lake Park’s four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate for students receiving free or reduced-price meals will increase from 68.1 percent for the Class of 2019 to 75 percent for the Class of 2022, increasing the overall district 4-year adjusted cohort graduation rate.
  • Spring Lake Park Schools will decrease racial and economic enrollment disparities in rigorous courses for free or reduced-price meals-eligible students from 3.4 percent in 2019 to 1.7 percent in 2023.
  • Spring Lake Park Schools will increase the percentage of diverse and effective teachers from 12 percent in 2019-20 to 15 percent in 2022-23. 

Strategies and Interventions

To achieve our goals, we are orchestrating specific work using learner profiles and personal learning maps, expanding access to career and college readiness programming and support, focusing on AVID strategies and leveraging student and family advocates. Learn more about each of these strategies and interventions.