Performance-based education is an innovative, student-centered approach to learning. In a performance-based system students work at their performance level and advance through the curriculum when they have demonstrated proficiency of the required knowledge or skills. For more information click here.
Lindsay Unified School District routinely receives requests from various districts throughout California and other states to come and observe our Performance-based System (PBS) in action. Due to the major time commitment each visit involves, we have listed dates that interested districts may come and observe, ask questions and meet with district administration about our PBS:
Monday, October 21, 2013
Friday, December 6, 2013
Friday, February 21, 2014
Friday, April 4, 2014
For more information, please contact Lana Brown, Director of Curriculum and Instruction at (559) 562-5111 x 5711 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In July of 2007 the Board of Education for the LUSD adopted the District Strategic Design. The Strategic Design was developed through a series of community meetings that included 120 parents, staff members, board members, learners, and community members. The Strategic Design established a clear Mission for the district, defined the Core Values, the Guiding Principles to be used when making decisions, the Vision for the future and our Life Long Learning Standards to be developed in each of our learners.
Developed by the community and adopted by the School Board, the implementation of the Strategic Design is transforming all schools in the district into standards-based schools in which all learners will reach high levels of academic and personal excellence with the opportunity to pursue the professional future of their choice.