As a school community, we strive to serve our students by learning and growing, seeking to improve as individual teachers and as an organization. Established in 2003, Confluence Charter schools has grown from one campus and 245 students to five campuses and nearly 3500 students. Tremendous growth and change have marked the first 13 years but student achievement and family choice remain at our core.To ensure that our actions and goals are aligned and to set the course for the next five years, in 2015 the Confluence Board of Directors approved the implementation of an in-depth strategic planning process. From this process came four main areas of focus: teacher recruitment and retention, curriculum, finance, and community and family engagement. Below are the goals for each of these areas and the full strategic plan is attached at the right.
Teacher Recruitment, Retention and Reward
We will devise a comprehensive system designed to attract and employ teachers whose commitment and outlook toward our students are a match for our mission and vision; develop and enhance the skills of those teachers; and identify incentives to retain talented and effective teachers.
We will develop a vertically aligned, rigorous and articulated curriculum designed to meet the diverse needs of our PreK-12 students.
Community and Family Engagement
We will investigate student and parent needs to develop meaningful partnerships that foster innovative learning experiences and drive student success from pre-K to post-graduation.