The Division of School Leadership and Improvement Services is committed to facilitating a first-rate education for the students in Granite School District and providing first rate customer service to all patrons. We are committed to providing our principals and teachers the support they need to be effective instructional leaders, which allows them to provide a first rate education to our students. Let us know how we can assist you!
Bill Kenley, Director 385-646-4541
Granite School District is committed to developing the talents of all employees. The department of Administrator Onboarding works with all employees through the Professional Growth and Evaluation process and provides prior approval for continuing education lane change credits. We also work to identify and develop emerging leaders, and provide professional development opportunities for current administrators.
Jon Adams, Director 385-646-4510
Michael Douglas, Director 385-646-4537
Natalie Hansen, Director 385-646-4537
Shauna Jensen, Director 385-646-4510
Tina West, Director 385-646-4510
In collaboration with elementary school principals, the elementary school leadership and improvement directors will empower instructional leaders (administrators) in leading the students, staff and community in academic achievement and character skills for lifelong success.
Dr. Garett Muse, Director 385-646-4535
Steve Perschon Director 385-646-4535
Craig Stauffer, Director 385-646-4535
The secondary schools in Granite School District seek to create a safe, equitable, challenging and quality learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. Our objective is to provide our students with knowledge, understanding and skills needed for success and achievement in a diverse and changing world. We incorporate the values of caring, trust, family, respect and responsibility in our instruction and advocacy for all students. During their school experience, students will achieve the skills and knowledge to be college ready, self-sufficient and productive adults.
Dawn Hauser, Director 385-646-2142
The Granite District Proficiency-Based Learning model is designed around the premise that grades are intended to communicate progress to students and parents. They are intended to indicate at a prescribed moment in time what a student knows and is able to do with respect to course objectives that have been explicitly taught. They encourage the student to act on feedback and the teacher to adjust and individualize instruction.