• Dallas, Texas
  • Preschool 4 -8th Grade
Guided by the St.Monica Catholic School Board, the Strategic Planning process was designed to be highly collaborative, involving Diocesan administrators, faculty, staff from both the school and the parish, student and parents. The Strategic Planning team was charged with assessing current programs, procedures and critical issues facing St. Monica Catholic School. 

SMS Strategic Plan Cornerstones and Pillars

CORNERSTONE: CATHOLIC MISSION & IDENTITY
Pillar: The Whole Child Mission - Liesl Mayerson liesl.mayerson@gmail.com
Create strategic goals to support holistic, developmentally appropriate, spiritual, social, and physical growth of St. Monica School students.  Also, include strategic goals for parent education and support.  By supporting and educating parents and families, we increase the successful development of the whole child.
Pillar: One in the Spirit - Karla Armendariz  karlagarmendariz@ymail.com
 

Provide students with a comprehensive curriculum of technology instruction and the tools necessary to keep our students on the forefront of technology in the classroom and to keep pace with a changing, competitive world.

CORNERSTONE: GOVERNANCE
Pillar: Marketing & Development - Larry Brown: islakit@sbcglobal.net 

Maintain a “value proposition” that will serve as the foundation of a marketing strategy to recruit students for enrollment including a contact management system, communication processes and tools tenable to community outreach. Improve communication of individual student performance to parents to ensure parental involvement. Additionally, communicate strengths of academic program and effectiveness of curriculum to parents. Develop plans to increase volunteerism in the community and environment, boost alumni relations, and enhance our Catholic identity.

Pillar: Finance & Non-Tuition Revenue - David Martin: dmartin@marinercapital.com

Continue providing an affordable education and building our tuition assistance fund through enhanced marketing, public awareness and alumni involvement. The school, the School Board, and the Endowment Trust will work together to plan campaigns to raise funds, pursue grants and assist families in need of tuition support in order to retain their enrollment at SMS.

CORNERSTONE: OPERATIONAL VITALITY
Pillar: Campus Facilities - Mike Curtis - mcurtis@curtisbp.com 

Provide facilities and an environment that will always be safe, comfortable and functional for SMS students while providing the assets necessary to allow our students to learn and compete at the highest levels. Foster innovation and provide a model for environmental sustainability for the school and community.

Pillar:  Integrated Educational Technology - Jenny Gamble - jennytgamble@sbcglobal.net 

Provide students with a comprehensive curriculum of technology instruction and the tools necessary to keep our students on the forefront of technology in the classroom and to keep pace with a changing and competitive world.

CORNERSTONE:  ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Pillar: Academic Advancement - Claudia Mathison:  claudiamathison@gmail.com

Maintain a process to capitalize on the strengths of the academic program and look for ways to maintain academic excellence. Continue to measure and interpret student academic results via standardized testing. Continue to offer enriching and challenging curriculum including Spanish and Fine Arts.

Pillar:  Extracurricular Development - John Isbell: jisbell@gpm-law.com 

Provide a variety of extracurricular opportunities that promote Catholic, intellectual, social, emotional and physical development for all students.

 
 
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