Join us in welcoming our newest partners leading the way in organizational excellence. Our coaches work alongside our partners to advance continuous improvement in their organizations. Together we work to facilitate planning and execution of strategic actions to achieve key goals in student success, employee engagement, service, quality and finance.
JULY NEW PARTNERS:
Renton School District
Renton School District, located in Renton, Washington, is providing world-class education to nearly 16,000 students in preschool to 12th-grade. Creating life-long learners is at the heart of Renton School District’s instructional goals. Likewise, Renton focuses all of its energy, resources, and goals on academic achievement and student success. The results of their efforts are seen in the level of excellence maintained throughout district programs from bus drivers safely transporting students and custodians keeping grounds safe and attractive to the secretaries connecting students and parents with correct information and the commitment of our teachers to prepare students for a meaningful future. Above all, Renton School District leads the way in educating all of their students to be contributing citizens in a democratic society.
San Benito County Office of Education
The San Benito County Office of Education (SBCOE) in Hollister, California fosters an educational environment where all students are empowered, through skills and knowledge, to become responsible contributing members of a global community. SBCOE is over 10 school districts in the area along with Gavilian Joint Community College and five alternative education programs. Also, San Benito County Office of Education is the fifth (out of 11) service region of the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCESA).
Hudson City School District
Hudson City Schools maximizes the intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of each of their 4,600 students in a safe, nurturing and diverse environment. Ranking in the top 2% of Ohio districts, Hudson City is also in the top 2.55% of schools in the United States by the U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek Magazine. Likewise, many of the schools within the district have received national awards for education excellence. Focusing on continuing education from start to finish, approximately 97% of Hudson students go on to attend four-year colleges. Additionally, they are highly competitive in athletics and have award-winning art and music programs.
Oak Ridge City Schools
Oak Ridge City Schools, located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, is comprised of a preschool serving nearly two hundred students, four elementary schools serving over 1,600 students, two middle schools serving over 1,400 students and a high school serving over 1,400 students. Interestingly, Oak Ridge began as a shadow of the Manhattan Project in 1943 when the United States Army interviewed Mr. A. H Blankenship at Columbia University to be the first leader of Oak Ridge Schools.
Over 75% of Oak Ridge City Schools award-winning teachers hold master’s degrees. Oak Ridge offers a challenging STEM curriculum for students. The STEM program focuses on collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creativity to ensure success for every student.
Humboldt County Office of Education
The Humboldt County Office of Education (HCOE) is on the far north coast of California and has 31 districts and almost 18,550 students. HCOE serves as intermediaries between the state and local school districts within the county. Additionally, HCOE helps with implementation of regional programs, provides fiscal oversight, monitors teacher credentialing and supplies curriculum support. HCOE leads the way in educational excellence by advocating on behalf of the needs of local districts and their students. They strive to provide expanded learning opportunities for students. Additionally, HCOE promotes improved student achievement and supports fiscal responsibility in local school districts.
Lac Du Flambeau Public School
Lac Du Flambeau Public School (LDF), located in Lac Du Flambeau, Wisconsin, strives to establish a climate that defines and promotes a policy of continuous improvement that will create a safe, secure and culturally sensitive learning environment for the entire community. LDF continually strives to develop in each student a sense of pride and respect for themselves and other people and their cultures. Lac Du Flambeau is leading the way in education by helping each student realize the importance of achievement in education. Additionally, they pride themselves in their commitment to life-long learning from primary education to college and post secondary educational experiences.