Dr. James R. KonradSuperintendent of Schools
Welcome to the Pleasant Valley School District. Pleasant Valley is a dynamic school district, dedicated to providing all children in our community with a quality education. As superintendent, I am fortunate to have a team of people who continuously reflect on our district’s mission and district goals, along with our district's policies, to guide our decision-making processes.
Mission: Excellence in Education – A Community Commitment2022 -2023 District Goals
Pleasant Valley School District drives to:
2022 -2023 Superintendent Goals
- Improve student performance and achievement.
- Provide a safe and positive school environment for all students and personnel.
- Expand methods for effective and open communication with our stakeholders.
- Design and deliver a comprehensive staff development program for all personnel to ensure a cycle of continuous growth and improvement.
- Meet the long range needs of our students through continuous assessment of facilities and personnel.
Top 3 Priorities: Student Achievement, Communication, Facilities Planning
1. Student Achievement
To provide evidence of individual and collective student data that shows growth and improvement.
The superintendent will put communication with stakeholders at the forefront of the district’s efforts to continue to build trust and strengthen lasting relationships that benefit student learning.
3. Facilities Plan
The superintendent will prioritize the top facility needs of the district and develop a plan to finance and execute.
Superintendent's Performance Standards
Standard 1: Developing and Implementing Shared Vision, Goals and Annual Measurable Objectives
The superintendent collaborates with the board to develop district-wide goals and annual measurable objectives that support the district’s comprehensive plan and promotes district success through the systematic implementation of effective strategies, and the monitoring and evaluation of progress. District-wide goals and annual measurable objectives are clearly defined with action steps and identified outcomes. The goals and objectives are calculated to advance the district’s performance and/or reduce a gap or challenge faced by the district (including academic, fiscal, human resources and technology).
Standard 2: Student Growth and Achievement
The superintendent focuses on the academic growth and achievement of district students and uses multiple data sources for assessment. The superintendent implements research-based strategies and initiatives to develop, support, monitor and evaluate district curriculum, assessment systems, programs, and services to support student growth and achievement.
Standard 3: Governance and Administration
The superintendent consistently collaborates with the board to establish policies and procedures that promote effective relationships between the superintendent and the board, as well as high-quality education for all students. The superintendent understands the difference between public school governance and administration and demonstrates the ability to implement policy through the administrative role.
Standard 4: Effective Management: District Operations
The superintendent consistently leads, monitors and evaluations the management of operations to ensure the organizational resources are managed efficiently and effectively. The superintendent ensures that fiscal and technological resources are allocated appropriately. The superintendent also ensures that organizational time is aligned with the support of effective district operations.
Standard 5: Effective Management: Personnel
The superintendent implements and recommends improvements to the district’s professional development plan. The superintendent also ensures that professional and support staff are equipped with resources and training to support quality instruction and student learning.