The Office of the Assistant Superintendent is dedicated to developing the whole child. Our office is committed to planning and creating robust learning opportunities and experiences that are culturally and socially relevant and that will enrich a student’s experience and knowledge from Pre-Kindergarten to post-high school. We are committed to developing a student’s scholarship, citizenship and leadership using a network of supportive services and community resources so that all students will develop to their fullest potential.
Philosophy and Mission
The mission and philosophy of Chester Upland School District are to facilitate the development of a student’s potential through their intellectual, social-emotional and physical development. This philosophy and mission are rooted in the district’s theory of action that focuses on strengthening instruction for students through a shared vision for student results, meeting about the work and using diagnostic data that supports accountable collaboration (Wagner and Kegan, 2006).