Superintendent, Paul Imhoff
My family and I became part of the Upper Arlington family in 2013, and we quickly learned what has drawn people to this special place for so many years. It's more than the tree-lined streets and beautiful parks - it's a deep sense of community pride and cooperation.
While I am proud to be a member of this great community and a parent in this fantastic school district, I am humbled to serve as its superintendent. It is an honor to work with this fine group of educators as they make a positive impact in the lives of our students. I am invigorated by the thoughts of what is yet to come. Over the next few years, we will be laying the groundwork to build upon the district's tradition of excellence and reach even greater levels of achievement and opportunity for all students.
If you have any ideas or questions about our schools, please feel free to contact me by phone or email.
As we move into the new school year, we are closing out the first year of our innovative new strategic plan. It has been exciting to see the positive impact our plan is already having on the student experience, and I wanted to share our progress with you.
Our first goal centers around student academic performance. During the 2015-2016 school year, a large group of teachers from across the district worked collaboratively to ensure we have a guaranteed and viable curriculum that is …
Each morning about 5,900 students come through the doors of our schools, and with those students come approximately 5,900 unique sets of learning needs. To fulfill our mission of challenging and supporting every student every step of the way, we must continue to find ways to meet all of our students where they are and help them reach their highest potential.
Personalizing learning isn’t a new concept, but it is constantly evolving. Thanks to a growing body of research, we know…
How can educational technology change the equation of learning for every student? This fall, I had the good fortune of hearing about the transformative shift from a teacher in a North Carolina school district that has provided its students laptops for several years.
Before the shift to educational technology, the teacher would stand in front of her class each morning and introduce a new math concept — the same concept delivered the same way to 20-plus students.
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