In School Systems throughout the United States today, the services of trained, dedicated volunteers have become an accepted and valued assistance to professional educators.
The goal of the School Volunteer Program is to involve parents and community partners in the educational process. Mentoring is a part of the Bay District Schools Volunteer Program. A mentor is an individual who seeks to further the development of character and competence in a young person. He or she is committed to expending the time and energy necessary to help the student succeed in school. The role of the volunteer is multi-faceted. A mentor is a big brother/sister, role model, and most of all a friend to the student.
The time, effort, ingenuity, and concern that volunteers bring strengthen not only our educational system, but our society as a whole.
Meeting The Challenge
Bay District Schools will provide a high quality educational system which is dynamic and responsive to the diverse and lifelong needs of Bay County citizens by working in partnership with the entire community to use individual strengths and talents, advanced technologies, and other resources creatively, efficiently, and effectively.
The A Plan Every Student A Success
The Vision: Where are we going?
Bay District is committed to the continuous improvement of quality student performance.
- Developing a climate among students and parents that reflects our belief that learning is a lifelong commitment
- Ensuring that all stakeholders understand and support the vision
- Promoting quality student performance by employing motivated, well-trained educators and support staff who are committed to high standards and continuous improvement
- Providing a safe and secure environment which is conductive to learning
- Understanding that the standards-based curriculum drives all decision making in the district
- Supporting student learning by providing necessary resources