Tuscaloosa City Schools working on 3-year plan

Tuscaloosa City Schools

By WVUA 23 News Reporter Whitney Leibold

In a school system, you can’t just look a few days or weeks ahead, you have to plan years in advance. That’s what Tuscaloosa City Schools is doing with their new three-year strategic plan, currently in the draft stage.

The system’s goal? Shape students’ academic future and encourage continued success.

“This strategic plan really pushes forward the concept of excellence for all,” said Tuscaloosa City Schools Superintendent Mike Daria. “We want every student to walk across our stage and be employed, enrolled or enlisted before they walk away from Tuscaloosa City Schools.”

Although COVID-19 forced delays and cancellations galore over the last school year, the new strategic plan ensures backup plans exist for sudden school year changes.

“It was taken as a three-year plan because we really want to be really precise in our planning and we also recognize a lot of potential changes,” Daria said. “The plan is flexible and serves as a blueprint that we’ll come back and adjust to meet the needs of our students at the current time.”

Interested in diving into the plan’s details? View the plan’s brochure as a downloadable PDF right here.

DRAFT Strategic_Plan_Booklet
DRAFT Strategic_Plan_Booklet

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