Board sets goals for Hein

ROGERS CITY — The Rogers City Area Schools Board of Education established yearly goals Monday for Superintendent Nick Hein.

Among the board’s goals for Hein:

∫ complete a plan of the district’s top priorities,

∫ continue academic curriculum alignment within the schools,

∫ have staff reflect on their own assessment, and

∫ continue providing opportunities at the Grambau Education Center.

Hein said the district needs to come up with a financial plan for upcoming facilities needs.

“We need to have a plan in place for replacing the gym floor and how we’re going to acquire financing,” Hein said. “That also needs to correlate with what we’re doing with the track and the other large project that we might need in the foreseeable future is the roof above the shop. It’s starting to have some wear.”

The board also wants Hein to work with staff throughout the year to have them reflect on their own assessment, which would help them continue working in the right direction.

The academic curriculum alignment goal carries from last year. The district has been working to align the district’s curriculum with state requirements for K-12.

The board approved the goals unanimously.

Julie Goldberg can be reached at 989-358-5688 or jgoldberg@thealpenanews.com. Follow her on Twitter @jkgoldberg12.

In other business

The Rogers City Area Schools Board of Education on Monday also:

∫ named Devin Pommerenke as board president and Diane Schultz as board vice president.

∫ scheduled meetings to be held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of every month, with workshops to be held at the same time on Aug. 24 and Nov. 23.


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