Maple Dale-Indian Hill School
The involvement of a range of stakeholders results in a strategic framework for decision-making that builds upon common values held by the entire community. This work will provide the foundation for updating the current strategic plan, district goals, and objectives.
As part of the strategic planning process, the Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District invited community members to participate in a conversation regarding planning for our future. Forty-five community members representing students, staff, families, residents, as well as business and civic leaders engaged in the conversation. The focus of the two hour session was to learn more about the district, review the current mission and vision statements, and analyze strengths and opportunities in the areas of academics, social-emotional learning, facilities, and finances.
Our next community conversation will be held Tuesday, May 22, from 6:30-8:00 p.m., in the Maple Dale cafeteria. Join us for an interactive community conversation to learn more and share your ideas regarding a number of important topics related to district finance and facilities:
Learn about district financial planning
Hear results from our comprehensive facilities assessment and learn about our work on a long-term facilities plan
Discuss how district finance and facilities can best support our students’ success
Provide feedback to inform our work in making sure our school facilities are safe, modern, and have the room needed to maximize student success
Please join us and be a part of the conversation!
The Maple Dale-Indian Hill (MDIH) School District invited community members to participate in a an online survey regarding planning for our future. Community members representing alumni, staff, families, residents, as well as business and civic leaders were invited to participate. The survey was open January 15-31, 2018. Seventy-eight responses were received from the survey.
The Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District invited staff members to participate in a conversation regarding planning for our future. Fifty-two staff members engaged in the conversation. Staff members were provided reflective questions prior to engaging in the activity. The focus of the one-hour session was to review the current mission and vision statements, and analyze strengths and opportunities in the areas of academics, social-emotional learning, facilities, and finances.
The Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District invited students to participate in a conversation regarding planning for our future. Indian Hill students in grades junior kindergarten (4K) through second grade completed a reflection which included what they liked about their school and what they would like to see at their school. Maple Dale started the year committed to providing opportunities for students to add their voice to the learning community. At the beginning of the year, Student Council surveyed all Maple Dale students in grades three through eight to seek feedback as they create a Maple Dale motto.