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Vision Statement

Vision Statement

Baltimore County Public Schools will be among the highest performing school systems in the nation as a result of creating, sustaining, and investing in excellence for every student, every school, and every community.

School Mission Statement

Milbrook Mustangs are on TRACK
As a MIlbrook Mustang
Today I am going to
Respect everyone
Act Responsibly
Come Prepared
Keep safe


 Mathematics
Goal: All students will achieve mathematics proficiency as indicated by the MCAP assessment.

Action Step (S):

  • Teachers will provide multiple and flexible methods of presentation to give students varying ways of acquiring and demonstrating knowledge.
  • Teachers will evaluate student learning on a variety of summative assessments and create a plan for targeted, responsive instruction which accelerates, enriches or extended learning as needed.
 Literacy
Goal: All students will achieve literacy proficiency as indicated by the MCAP assessment.
 Action Step (S):
  • Teachers will provide opportunities for guided practice and provide timely and specific feedback to students.
  • Teachers will use a process for formative assessment including checks for understanding during instruction and adjust teaching as needed based on student progress.
  • Teachers will evaluate student learning on a variety of summative assessments and create a plan for targeted, responsive instruction which accelerates, enriches or extends learning as needed.
 Safe and Secure Environment
Action Step (S):
  • Teachers will create a sustain a safe, welcoming and supportive classroom environment which values inclusivity and diversity.
  • Teachers explicitly teach and model social emotional learning skills and and strategies and integrate the into academic content.
 Culture
How will the leadership team create the conditions that support this instruction?

Action Step (S):

  • We believe instruction must be accessible for all students. Accessible instruction promotes equity for students and their learning irrespective of student backgrounds and abilities and disrupts disproportionate outcomes.
  • We believe instruction must be culturally responsive to student strengths and needs and aligned to the rigor of state standards.