The Mercer Island School District's Board of Directors systemically measures the district's attainment of Board Policy 2020
On an annual planning calendar established by the Board, the
superintendent must show reasonable progress toward organizational
accomplishment of the Board's 2020 Policy annually.
monitors these policies both quantitatively and qualitatively.
Monitoring the fundamentals allows the Board and the community to
contextualize how our educational programs are “benchmarking” toward the
six fundamentals that drive the district’s 2020 Vision that says, “Our
students will thrive in the cognitive, digital, and global world while
sustaining their passion and inspiration for learning.”
contains historical monitoring documents for the six fundamentals of
Board Policy 2020. To do a more comprehensive search of all Mercer
Island School Board meeting documents and Mercer Island School District
policies, please click the Agendas link or the Administrative and Board Policies link under School Board on the above navigation bar.
Mission: Mercer Island schools will deliver a 21st century education that
prepares students to convert information into knowledge and create
innovation solutions demanded by tomorrow’s world.
Vision: Our students will thrive in the cognitive, digital, and global world
while sustaining their passion and inspiration for learning.
"Create a more personalized learning environment where differentiated instruction and student-centered education are responsive to students' strengths and learning styles, interests and passions."
"Maintain the highest standards in the areas of fine arts; health/fitness; literacy - reading, writing and communications; mathematics; science; social studies, and world languages."
| Date Approved || Monitoring |
| Sept. 22, 2016 || Monitoring Report, Profile (2011-2016), AP Addendum (2012-2016), Comparison Addendum (surrounding districts) |
| Oct. 22, 2015|| Profile (2010-2015), AP Addendum (2012-2015)|
| Oct. 30, 2014|| Profile (2009-2014), AP Addendum (2012-2014)|
| Sept. 17, 2013|| Profile (2008-2013), AP Addendum|
| Sept. 4, 2012|| Profile (2008-2012)|
"Develop self-awareness, empathy, emotional/social intelligence, responsible decision-making and citizenship."
"Encourage and enable students to be academic entrepreneurs and
risk-takers who can choose to pursue academic passions and interests
beyond traditional curriculum and beyond the traditional classroom
"Cultivate and foster thinking and process skills such as analytical and
critical thinking, cross-discipline thinking, creativity, innovation,
leadership, collaboration, communication, problem-solving, and information and
technology literacy in curriculum design." (rev. 6/6/17)
"Cultivate Global Awareness and understanding of real-world problems, issues,
concerns, commonalities, differences and interdependence."
"Foster and embrace diversity, inclusiveness, and equity with a focus on respect and acceptance of every student."