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.

OCTOBER NEW PARTNERS:

Kenosha Unified School District

kenosha-usd-logoThe Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) was created in 1967 and encompasses the City of Kenosha, Village of Pleasant Prairie and Town and Village of Somers. KUSD is the third largest district in Wisconsin that serves over 21,000 students each year. The district’s mission is to provide challenging learning opportunities and experiences that prepare each student for success. KUSD focuses heavily on their strategic plan, “Pathway to Success”, with a vision to be Wisconsin’s top-performing urban school district that is highly regarded for continuously exceeding all expectations.

 

Questar III BOCES

questariii-logoThere are 37 BOCES, or Board of Cooperative Educational Services, in New York State. The State Legislature created BOCES in 1948 to provide shared educational programs and services. Together they serve all but nine of the state’s 721 school districts. Founded separately in the 1950s and 1960s, the BOCES merged to become Rensselaer-Columbia-Greene BOCES in 1977. It later adopted the name Questar III in 1994, emphasizing its cooperative leadership in excellence and innovation. Questar III BOCES delivers more than 275 educational and administrative services to 23 school districts in Rensselaer, Columbia, and Greene counties. Questar III also provides statewide services to more than 640 school districts in New York. Additionally, Questar III provides hands-on learning from pre-kindergarten to adult learning. It also provides affordable management and administrative services ranging from grant writing to financial planning.

 

Mendocino County Office of Education

mendocina-coe-logoThe Mendocino County Office of Education (MCOE) is a public agency whose primary purpose is to provide educational leadership, resources and services to schools to ensure wide-ranging educational opportunities for all students. MCOE accomplishes their mission through cooperative efforts with teachers, school districts, families, and communities; through direct instructional programs and administrative services; and through coordination with the California Department of Education and other agencies.

MCOE offers a wide array of services and opportunities for K-12 and adult students. Their adult career training programs include several health-career certificate programs and a teacher-credentialing program. For students in grades 7-12, MCOE offers an alternative education program that serves at-risk students. In addition, MCOE offers a wide spectrum of services and support to the community. This ranges from preschool and afterschool to the coordination of assistance for foster and homeless youth programs. MCOE works diligently alongside local school districts to provide high quality services to students with disabilities. Services include occupational and physical therapy, behavioral support and many other areas of assistance to the students of Mendocino County.

 

Del Norte Unified School District

del-norte-usd-logoThe Del Norte Unified School District (DNUSD) is a nationally recognized school district that serves 4,000 students across 11 schools including eight elementary schools, a middle school, and two high schools. Del Norte Unified School District has some of the highest graduation rates of all schools in California. DNUSD commits to providing top of the line education to students, staff and leadership every year. The District’s teaching staff is highly capable, passionate and professional. With various professional development opportunities, conferences, staff development workshops and collaboration time, the Del Norte Unified staff acquire an exceptional amount of teaching experience to equip students for success.

 

Fletcher Technical Community College

fletcher-tcc-logoFletcher Technical Community College (FTCC) is an open-admission, two-year public institution of higher education dedicated to offering high-quality technical and academic programs to the community of South Louisiana in order to prepare individuals for employment, career advancement, and lifelong learning. Located in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, FTCC offers more than 20 technical and academic programs. Fletcher Technical Community College serves a diverse population of 5,000+ students annually by providing pathways to higher education, the workforce, life-long learning, and/or personal enrichment. The college prepares students for success through technology-driven curriculum and a supportive environment utilizing academic practices that cultivate student success at the highest levels. The college actively engages business and industry to develop the Bayou Region’s workforce.

FTCC leaders will be working alongside our Studer Education organizational excellence coaches, plus 9P Online. The 9P Online learning platform provides on-demand access to the tools and resources that are rooted in the Nine Principles® for Organizational Excellence and build a foundation for continuous improvement. 9P Online learning combines individual and team learning with both a self-guided and structured development approach.

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