The Blueprint for Continuous Improvement is DoDEA’s strategic plan for school years 2018/19 through 2023/24. The title reflects the philosophy that drives DoDEA’s strategic direction. A blueprint is an actionable plan that communicates and guides the work of all involved in a project. It is flexible and can be updated as the project develops and needs change. This is also true of our Blueprint, which serves as the foundation for all planning within DoDEA and directs our collective energies and resources as we strive to realize our vision. Further, the Blueprint will be continuously updated to reflect progress and shifts in students’ needs and the environment.
Student-Centered: Students are at the heart of all we do.
Excellence: We strive to exceed expectations in all we do.
Continuous Improvement: Our organization, its systems, and processes will be continually reexamined and improved.
Lifelong Learning: Earning is an active process of discovery where we cultivate curiosity, perseverance, and the desire to learn.
Diversity: We honor the uniqueness of each individual and embrace diverse beliefs and backgrounds. We respect differences and create inclusive environments which contribute to a better society for all.
Individual Potential: Individuals develop within an environment that nurtures intellectual, social, emotional, physical, and creative growth.
Shared Responsibility: Partnerships among families, students, staff, and community members are characterized by mutual commitment and collaborative effort that enrich the lives of our students.
Trust: We value relationships based on integrity, mutual respect,and open two-way communication. We cultivate a safe and risk-free culture that encourages and inspires innovation.
1. Student Excellence
2. School Excellence
3. Talent Excellence
4. Organizational Excellence
5. Outreach Excellence
At Lejeune High School, we have implemented the following objectives to reach these goals:
For the PSAT administered to 9-11 grade students in October of 2020, 40 % of students will meet or exceed the benchmark for College and Career Readiness which measures the readiness of a student’s ability to perform at an entry college level course in the areas of mathematics and literacy.
For SY 2019-2020, 40% of graduating seniors will be enrolled in 4 consecutive years of CTE courses; and a new goal of 30% of graduating seniors will complete at least 1 CTE pathway.
SY 2019-2020, for students taking the DoDEA CAS assessments:
a) 45% (3% increase) of students taking the DoDEA Algebra I Assessment will have met or exceeded expectations and 5% (3% decrease) of students taking the DoDEA Algebra I Assessment will not have met expectations as determined by DoDEA Assessment scores for 2020;
b) 40% (3% increase) of students taking the DoDEA Geometry Assessment will have met or exceeded expectations and 4% (3% decrease) of students taking the DoDEA Geometry Assessment will not have met expectations as determined by DoDEA Assessment scores for 2020; and
c) 27% (increase of 3%) of students taking the DoDEA Algebra II Assessment will have met or exceeded expectations and 13% (3% decrease) of students taking the DoDEA Algebra II Assessment will not have met expectations as determined by DoDEA Assessment scores for 2020.
d) 53% or more of students taking the DoDEA Language Arts 10 assessment will have met or exceeded expectations and 5% or less of students taking the DoDEA Language Arts 10 assessments will not have met expectations as determined by DoDEA assessment scores for 2019.