In 2006, the Landon Board of Trustees approved a nine-goal Strategic Plan for the school's future. A key source for the Plan was the School's Response to the AIMS accreditation Self Study. Subsequently the School completed a five-year review of the AIMS report, and the Trustees are currently engaged in a review of the Strategic Plan to identify any areas that need to be added/modified.
Nine Goals For Landon
Landon strives to reduce waste, increase awareness of environmental issues, and provide opportunities for students to connect with nature. While the School’s efforts have been ongoing, in 2010 we adopted an Environmental Values Statement to explain our philosophy and our goals, and how we plan to attain them. We are pleased at the progress we have been achieving while striving to meet the goals we have laid out for ourselves and our community. Read more.
In August 2010, Headmaster David M. Armstrong announced a number of new initiatives to strengthen the school and honor the Code of Character, with its fundamental values of respect and honesty. The Six Initiatives, identified areas where Landon elected to focus attention for the 2010-11 school year and beyond: the disciplinary system, faculty/staff accountability, athletics, communications, gender equity and the school-parent partnership.
Six Initiatives for 2010-2011
Six Initiatives Update – January 2011
Six Initiatives Update — June 2011
The Gender Equity Committee has continued its work into the 2011-12 school year with a broad spectrum of participation from both male and female faculty and staff. The initiative's subcommittees – School Culture, Extracurricular Activities and Programs, Curriculum and Institutional Modeling – have each developed recommendations and action items to further the School's Gender Equity goals of promotion respect and equality. These recommendations have been presented to the Headmaster's Advisory Cabinet for comment and further review. A Gender Equity Values Statement is under review. Read more.