TOWSON, MD—In the Report on the 100-Day Entry Plan, Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams established his priorities for county schools based on feedback from workgroups and Community Conversations:
The Report on the 100-Day Entry Plan includes successes, challenges, and recommendations identified from July 1 through October 8, 2019, by four workgroups focused on the goal areas of the previous BCPS strategic plan, Blueprint 2.0: Our Way Forward: academics, safety and security, communication, and organizational effectiveness.
Workgroups were led by BCPS staff and included students, parents, community members, and staff, as well as comprehensive reviews of data and information.
The report also includes a summary of feedback from 10 Community Conversations (public forums the superintendent held throughout the county).
The report expands on Dr. Williams’ vision to raise the bar, close gaps, and prepare every student for the future. It was released at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Board of Education of Baltimore County.
The community is invited to stay involved in the budget process for FY2021, as well as preparing for the system’s next multiyear strategic plan.