Our Mission

Mission

Iron County School District supports families in developing college and career readiness by BUILDING knowledge, skills and relationships for ALL.

Vision

Empowering ALL to learn at high-levels through systematic district and school-wide support

Vision

Goals

1. Currently, 66% of parents agree that schools communicate effectively with them and 54% of parents agree that schools are transparent with parents about school decision-making.  By May of 2023, at least 75% of parents will agree that schools communicate effectively and are transparent with parents about school decision-making.

2. Currently, 25%-54% of teachers agree that they are adequately recognized for the work they do.  By May of 2023, at least 75% of teachers will agree that they are adequately recognized by school leadership, parents and the community for the work they do.

3. Currently, 55% of juniors and seniors earn Concurrent Enrollment Credits or CTE Pathways.  By the end of the 2023-24 school year, 75% of juniors and seniors will have earned Concurrent Enrollment Credit OR completed a CTE Pathway.

4. Currently, 39-45% of students are demonstrating proficiency in English Language Arts, Mathematics and Science according to State Assessments.  At least 50% of ICSD students will demonstrate proficiency according to the Spring 2023 State Assessments Report.

5. Currently, 48% of parents are satisfied with the existing support students are receiving in the areas of mental health and well-being.  By May of 2023, 75% of parents will indicate that they are aware of and satisfied with the existing support their students receive at home, at school and in the community in the areas of mental health and well-being.

MTSS Framework

A dynamic multi-tiered system of supports. Featuring support for students through ongoing collaborations, such as classroom management, curriculum design, problem-solving teams, evidence-based instructional strategies, data-driven decision making, and professional development.

It takes into account where students are coming from, be they advanced learners, English-language learners, academic at-risk learners, and self-management learners.