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Lisle School District 202 Technology Vision

The Lisle School District 202 Technology Vision was developed from the district mission and vision statements and the strategic planning process.

Lisle Community School District #202 believes that we must provide an educational environment which grants each student access to the highest quality and richest variety of integrated educational experiences, within our means. This environment will be created with the assistance of the students' family, local businesses, educational agencies, and community and support groups. Our goal is continuous, measurable improvement, and excellence in the education of our students.

To promote excellence in the Lisle Community Unit School District #202 Schools by providing a challenging, comprehensive, and viable educational program for all students, that will lead to the attainment of knowledge, competencies and skills, which, upon completion, will enable our students to be successful life-long learners, and productive members of society.

Student Focus: Students share in the accountability for their own success.
Excellence: We are committed to approaches and practices which maximize the educational impact for students.
Continuous Improvement: Continuous school improvement is necessary to improve student achievement an understanding of their intellectual, social, and cultural differences.
Accountability: We focus on results reflecting and balancing the needs and interests of students and all stakeholders.
Teamwork: We work together to achieve District goals.
Service: We believe educators should be responsive to students, parents, and the community.
Fiscal Responsibility: Resources must be provided and managed in a fiscally responsible manner.

Vision Explanation
The vision for Lisle Community School District #202 evolved over many years of meeting and planning.
The district vision, mission, and belief statements were reviewed, updated, and reaffirmed during the 2005-06 school year following a district strategic planning session involving the school board, administrators, teachers, parents, and community members and the same statements continue to guide our current and future planning. Technology was a major component in the Strategic Planning process.

The following goals are an outcome of the strategic planning process.
District 202 will maintain effective and appropriate technology that will support the learning, operations, and communication goals of the District. 

  • Incorporate in technology planning provisions for continuous upgrading of equipment to ensure that the District achieves a cutting edge program.

  • Telecommunication, infrastructures and data delivery systems will provide access to information that supports instruction and experiences that challenge students to achieve through current effective technology integration and future programs.

  • Further the commitment to use technology to improve instruction and provide opportunities to students and teachers to develop essential technology skills.

  • The significant role of technology in our society compels us to create a learning environment that develops our ability to use technology while constructing knowledge, problem solving, and making decisions about our world today and in the future.

  • Promote technological advancements to improve district communications.

  • Integration of telecommunication opportunities as well as instructional technology into the curriculum along with use of administrative technology to store and share information digitally will increase annually requiring our ongoing assessment of our funding, the needs of our student population, building upgrades and the need for greater bandwidth to support the media rich technologies that will present themselves in the future.

Assess technology structures and programming for students and staff to address emerging and current trends in technology.

Develop standards and criteria to assess the appropriateness of technology for supporting learning, operations and communication goals of the district.