Concord Community Schools
Concord Community Schools was established in 1835. The Concord school district covers approximately 70 square miles in western Jackson County and has a staff of 90 people working together to serve the needs of approximately 740 K-12 students.
Our goal is for students to have big opportunities once they’ve left us because we’ve prepared them with the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary for success. We believe that our small close-knit community can do this better than anyone.
We are committed to providing all students with excellent teaching.
Successful people read well. We will emphasize an abundant amount of reading, writing, and discussing in our classrooms to help our students become strong readers and thinkers.
Curriculum and Assessment We commit to having a robust curriculum that identifies what our kids should know and be able to do throughout the year.
We commit to regularly assessing students’ mastery so we can intervene quickly if they have not yet mastered the core curriculum.
We commit to providing additional time for students to master grade level curriculum.
We commit to providing a wide range of academic opportunities to meet the needs of our kids.
We commit to providing our students with technology that will prepare them for college and careers.
We commit to providing our students with learning environments that are clean, safe, and conducive to learning in the 21st century.