As you know, the school’s Strategic Planning Committee has been working hard for over a year to develop a Strategic Master Plan. This will help us not only respond to an accreditation recommendation from our accrediting body, AdvancED, but it will also provide all of us with a roadmap ahead as we continue to improve as a school. A critical part of the strategic planning process is continually engaging major stakeholders in that process. To that effect, you may recall that over the past year and a half, the committee solicited feedback from stakeholders, facilitated stakeholders surveys, and even met with stakeholder focus groups. Based on all of that work, the committee thus developed a draft Mount Carmel School Strategic Master Plan, which can be accessed at the following link:
Mount Carmel School Strategic Master Plan--DRAFT 1.0
To continue engaging stakeholders in the strategic planning process, we will be meeting with various stakeholders to solicit feedback on the current draft of the plan, before finalizing the plan by the end of April. We thus ask you to find some time to review the draft plan and prepare to share your feedback at with the school. Throughout all of this, we look forward a productive discussion about the future of our school.
High school students are invited to complete the “Express to Inspire” survey. According to the survey creators, “We are looking to collaborate, coordinate and establish a film festival for the CNMI. We are calling out all interested and prospective youth to participate in the Local Youth Film Festival (LYFF). The festival would like to capture the interests of high school students, CNMI wide, whom are passionate about the art of film and videography. Please take this short survey so that we may get an idea of how many people would participate and would be interested in such an event.”
CLICK HERE TO TAKE SURVEY
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL'S 2nd QUARTER PRESIDENT'S LIST AND HONOR ROLL (SY 2016-2017) (CLICK HERE)
This year, Mount Carmel School’s 1976 AlumKnights held joint 40th class reunion activities with their friends from the Marianas High School Class of 1976, in which they raised funds to donate to their alma maters. Representatives from the Class of 1976 recently dropped by to present their donation to Mount Carmel School. From left: Principal Frances Taimanao, Absalon Waki, Maggie Villagomez, Nita San Nicolas, Dianalyn Tesiro, Juan Borja, Prescilla Dela Cruz, and President Galvin Deleon Guerrero.