Comprehensive Plan

Every three years, school districts are required by the Pennsylvania Department of Education to create a comprehensive plan. The plan, which is data-driven and research-based, is meant to facilitate collaboration and communication, promote shared practices and resources, and ensure that all district stakeholders are aware of and are working toward common goals. In short, a comprehensive plan helps “set the course” for the district over the next three years.
 
Perkiomen Valley School District’s current comprehensive plan is available in the right manu items.  The plan, approved by the School Board and the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), was developed over a period of several months by a Steering Committee made up of School Board members, administrators, teachers, parents, students and community members who contributed to the creation of various overarching components of the plan, such as the mission statement and vision. Smaller subcommittees were formed to address the four plan components of special education, professional education, safe and supportive schools, and teaching and learning.