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Strategic Plan » Strategic Plan History

Strategic Plan History

Albany Unified School District’s Strategic Plan was initiated in August of 2009 and approved in April of 2010 by the School Board. The District’s Strategic Plan prioritized and aligned district resources (staff, time and funding) for the purpose of providing the highest quality education for all AUSD students. The Strategic Plan also identified strategies necessary for improving student academic outcomes developed through focus groups with the School Board, Executive Cabinet Members, District Administrators, teachers, parents and the community.


The agreed upon strategies were provided to the Action Teams to develop a set of specific goals for each strategy with suggested action steps to achieve the strategies.  The Strategic Plan was implemented in 2010.


In 2012, the Action Teams were reconvened to report on the progress made towards the strategies and provide recommendations for changes to the Strategic Plan.  A Board Conversation was held in February of 2013 to review the ongoing progress and potential next steps for the Albany Unified School District’s Strategic Plan.


On November 25, 2014, February 24, 2015 and May 12, 2015, the School Board and several stakeholders representing parents, students, teachers and administrators met in work study sessions to discuss progress toward the goals and priority actions of the Strategic Plan.


Also, in the Spring of 2015, Staff presented a year long endeavor to develop the District’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). As we increase our efforts for alignment across district goals, objectives, programs and services, there needs to be an alignment of the LCAP and the District’s Strategic Plan. 


The Board approved revisions to the District’s Strategic Plan on February 9, 2016.