Proposed Strategic Plan 2018-2021

  • The Knox County Board of Education reviewed a draft of the proposed strategic plan at its July meeting. The Board will continue its discussion at its August meeting.
    The plan was created using information gathered at 11 community meetings and from the community survey responses. We hope you will take the time to review this plan. If you have questions or comments, please email
    Once final, it will serve as a roadmap for the district over the next three years by providing the necessary direction to carry out our mission and to achieve our vision.

Additional Documents

Strategic Plan 2018-2021

  • In 2009, the Knox County Board of Education unanimously approved the Knox County Schools five-year strategic plan, which provides a detailed blueprint of ongoing instructional work. It also serves as a practical document that gives faculty and staff guidance in the myriad of important decisions they make every day to provide an effective education for all children.
    As that initial five-year strategic plan came to an end, the Knox County Board of Education engaged the community to develop the next five-year draft strategic plan, for 2014-2019. Knox County Schools is currently in year four of that five-year strategic plan. Seeking input from the community on the contents of the next strategic plan, which will be a three-year plan, Knox County Schools has scheduled nine community meetings—one for each school district—in January and February.

    The meetings are scheduled for the following dates and locations:
    District 5: Tuesday, Jan. 9 at West Valley Middle School
    District 4: Thursday, Jan. 11 at West High School
    District 7: Monday, Jan. 22 at Powell Middle School
    District 2: Tuesday, Jan. 23 at Whittle Springs Middle School
    District 6: Tuesday, Jan. 30 at Northwest Middle School
    District 9: Thursday, Feb. 1 at South-Doyle High School
    District 1: Tuesday, Feb. 13 at Vine Middle School
    District 8: Tuesday, Feb. 27 at Carter Middle School
    District 3: Thursday, Mar. 8 at Cedar Bluff Middle School
    Each meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. and consist of a brief introduction and explanation of the process followed by a breakout discussion led by volunteer facilitators and a report back in the main meeting room.
    Though the meetings are designated as district meetings, each is open to the entire public. If any meeting is cancelled due to inclement weather, one make-up meeting will be scheduled in February.
    If you have problems with the embedded version of the form below, try this link to the form.