Strategic Plan Update April 6, 2018
Goal 3 of the strategic plan is to "Increase district and community participation and satisfaction with our services." As a first step towards accomplishing that goal, Goal Team 3 created a component district survey to measure satisfaction with MESD services. The survey asked for feedback on several different measures for each program including; quality, reliability, responsiveness, value for money, effectiveness, customer service, and overall satisfaction. The survey also invited feedback on things we are doing well and things we could do to facilitate improvement.
The results of the MESD Stakeholder Survey were shared will all staff in late March. The results are very positive for MESD programs overall and give us good information about opportunities we have to serve our districts in better and more diverse ways. If you haven’t had a chance to review the results yet, you are invited you to do so at https://www.mesd.k12.or.us/SES
In April, MESD will be sending out another survey developed by Goal Team 3, to our non-school district partners to measure the strength and effectiveness of those partnerships. Surveyed partners will include county and city agencies, regional agencies, state agencies, nonprofits, grant funders, and higher education institutions. Results of this non-school district partner survey will be shared when available.
MESD Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan Video UpdateFebruary 21, 2017
Strategic Planning UpdateDecember 13, 2016The Strategic Plan Steering Committee met recently to share ideas and establish common ground in its ongoing pursuit of drafting themission, vision, values, goals and strategies for MESD.
The Data: December - April
The Goals: January
The Draft: February - April
The Delivery: June
MESD Kicks Off Strategic Planning ProcessNovember 15, 2016Tonight's Board meeting marks the kick-off for Multnomah ESD's strategic planning process. The video below provides an overview of the process which is guided by a 29 member steering committee of students, parents, community partners, component district leaders, education assistants, teachers, nurses, employee association leadership and department staff.