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Our Vision

In pursuit of Francis Tuttle’s preferred future, we are constantly striving to achieve our vision:

To be the first choice for programs and services in career and technology education.

Our Mission

The fundamental reason we exist is to serve our stakeholders. This is the focal point of all of our efforts.

We prepare our customers for success in the workplace.

(Watch the Francis Tuttle Mission Video)

Our Core Values

Our core values are what we strive to live by every day and help guide the decisions we make. It is through these behaviors that we achieve our vision and mission.

  • Service
    "We care about our customers and take pride in our community through acts of service."
  • Trust
    "We value honesty and integrity, keep our commitments, and pledge to do the right thing."
  • Aspiration
    "We seek excellence through visionary thinking, embracing change and taking risks."
  • Responsibility
    "We are accountable in the way we respond to each other, our community and our environment."
  • Respect
    "We regard every individual as a person of worth, dignity and value."

District Goals

    Programs

  1. Increase program capacity from FY16 25% by 2022. Benchmark: Increase program capacity from FY17 2% by May 2018.
  2. Ensure that at least 90% of all programs are rated Accomplished or higher by May 2018.

  3. Career Readiness and Enhancement

  4. We will improve student experiences that relate to their individualized training and career pathway by increasing educational enhancement opportunities 10% throughout the District by May 2018.

  5. Instructional Delivery and Enrollment

  6. Increase the number of flexible delivery options available 20% by August 2019. Benchmark: Increase the flexible delivery options available 5% by May 2018.

  7. Placement

  8. Create a recommendation plan for the development of a Career Placement Office for 100% of students and alumni by May 2018.

  9. Operations

  10. Reduce the amount of money from the Operations budget that is spent on software/electronic tools 20% by May 2019. Benchmark: Reduce the amount of money from the Operations budget that is spent on software/electronic tools 5% by May 2018.
  11. Ensure at least 50% of facilities and equipment are rated a 'B' or higher by May 2019. Benchmark: Ensure at least 25% of facilities and equipment are rated a 'B' or higher by May 2018.

  12. Recruitment

  13. Increase summer offerings with quality programs that are in alignment with Francis Tuttle high school offerings 10% by May 2018.
  14. Increase student participation in summer offerings 10% by June 2018.
  15. Improve both on-campus and off-campus recruiting experiences through increasing district staff participation 25% by May 2018.

  16. Customer Support

  17. Achieve an internal and external customer satisfaction rate of 90% by May 2019. Benchmark: Achieve an internal customer satisfaction rate through the Denison Culture Survey of 80% by May 2018.

  18. Employee Engagement

  19. Create a personalized professional development plan for 100% of the employees by May 2019. Benchmark: Create a personalized professional development plan for 50% of the employees by May 2018.
  20. Achieve and maintain employee engagement rating of 85% or above by May 2019. Benchmark: Achieve employee engagement rating through the Denison Culture Survey of 80% by May 2018.

  21. Marketing

  22. Achieve a district-wide familiarity rating of 80% by May 2019.
  23. Expand web engagement 20% by May 2019. Benchmark: Expand web engagement 10% by May 2018.

  24. Relationships

  25. Increase documented and effective partnerships/collaborations with Business and Industry as well as other external partners 10% by May 2018.
  26. Increase documented internal collaborations 15% by May 2018.
 
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