District Level - 2020-21

World's Best Workforce Goals

All children are ready for school.

  • Farmington Area Public Schools will increase the number of 3 year old children receiving preschool scholarships from 0 to 10%.

All third graders can read at grade level.

  • The percentage of third grade students who meet or exceed standards as measured by the reading MCA accountability tests will increase from 56.3% in spring 2019 to 60% with at least 20% exceeding standards, in spring 2021.

All racial and economic achievement gaps between students are closed.

  • Reading:  At least 60% of students in each Racial/Ethnic group will meet or exceed their individual growth targets on the Spring 2021 NWEA MAP Reading test, and at least 30% in each Racial/Ethnic group will meet their accelerated growth target.
  • Math: At least 60% of students in each Racial/Ethnic group will meet or exceed their individual growth targets on the Spring 2021 NWEA MAP Math test, and at least 30% in each Racial/Ethnic group will meet their accelerated growth target. 

All students are ready for career and college.

  • Farmington Area Schools will increase the percentage of students at or above college readiness benchmarks in all four subject areas from 29% in 2019 to 31% as reported in the ACT Profile Report for the Graduating Class of 2021.

All students graduate from high school.

  • Farmington Area Schools will increase the 6-year graduation rate from 94.9% to 96% by spring 2020 and 98% in spring 2021.

Strategic Plan Indicators

As we continuously organize toward our strategic intent, we will report our progress using our state student achievement data alongside our locally developed indicators: 

  • Personalized Learning Environments
  • Learning and Innovation Skills
  • Culture for Learning and Innovation
  • Impact of Learning and Service
  • Operations
  • Assessments

Please see our District Scorecard for goals and progress in each of these areas.  If the link is not active, the scorecard is presently being updated.