Strategic Planning PT 2020
The beginning of the 2013-2014 academic year brings with it the launch of our Strategic Planning Process for the next generation of our Strategic Plan, PT 2020. The Board of Directors has approved our master plan as a "plan in process" and the new Strategic Plan will aim to align with this evolving campus master plan. The master plan can be seen as a flexible framework by which the school can begin to make long-term decisions about where future structures should be placed and how current structures may evolve. The new Strategic Plan will weave itself into this framework and help define the vision for Park Tudor's future.
A Strategic Planning Steering Committee has been created as a subcommittee of the Board's Long Range Planning Committee, and three strategic focus areas have been identified. Over the course of the year, the committee will conduct learning sessions on these focus areas whereby we will begin to create a lens through which to view change, develop priorities and generate action steps moving forward.
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Themes Discussions - Open to parents, faculty, alumni or anyone interested in Park Tudor's strategic planning process. Join us to discuss and debate the themes that have emerged from 85 learning sessions this fall. RSVP here.
Tuesday, December 10, 8:00-9:30 a.m. in Foster Hall
Thursday, December 12, 1:00-2:30 p.m. in Foster Hall
Strategic Focus Areas
Teaching and Learning: Building on its strong foundation, Park Tudor aspires to create a dynamic, collaborative academic program that develops timeless skills (critical inquiry and effective communication) but also encourages curiosity, adaptive thinking, passion and direction.
Citizenship and Community: Park Tudor aspires to develop graduates who have the tools and competencies to engage the global, multicultural world and who are cross-culturally competent. This includes understanding self, developing empathy toward others, and having the skills to engage concepts and individuals from different backgrounds and perspectives.
Sustainability and Stewardship: Park Tudor aspires to become strong and self-sustaining, able to withstand and adjust effectively to internal and external changes over a long period of time. We believe academic relevance, financial health, student wellness, and environmental responsibility are each required for the school's long-term sustainability.
||Director of Development and Alumni Relations|
||Town of Meridian Hills, P '16, '18, '22|
|Cathy Chapelle '87
||Director of Strategic Communications|
||Diversity and Inclusion / Upper School Faculty|
||Director of the Lower School|
||Community Engagement / Lower School Faculty|
|Debbie Everett '69
||Director of the Upper School|
|Nikhil Gunale '96
||Alumni Association Board Member|
|Emily Groves '93
||Strategic Communications and External Relations|
|Shants N. Hart
||Director of Admissions and the Middle School|
||Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs|
||Science Chair / Upper School Faculty|
||Head of School|
||Board Member / Committee Chair|
||Head of Academic Technology|
||Director of Fine Arts|
Timeline of Planning Process
|Steering Committee Kick-Off Meeting
|Learning Sessions Conducted
|Refine and Distill Input/Feedback
||End of Oct 2013|
|Present Draft PT 2020 Strategy to Board
|Draft Strategy Presented, Discussed, Debated
|Action Items, Milestones, and Measures Developed
|PT 2020 Strategic Plan Finalized/Approved by Board
||End of Q1 2014|
|Planning and Preparation for Kick-Off Event
|Publish and Rollout PT 2020 Strategic Plan
|PT 2020 Kick-Off Event