World's Best Workforce
Equity Implementation as Part of Our World's Best Workforce Plan
This White Bear Lake Area Schools (WBLAS) Equity Implementation Plan, a component of our WBWF Strategic Plan, guides the district in developing and maintaining a comprehensive understanding of our students' needs and interests, builds an environment that cultivates the diversity within our community, and ensures all students are challenged and excelling academically. We believe that the success of all students matters to everyone. To realize our mission we must meaningfully engage our students, families, and staff and intentionally design our system to capitalize on the engagement of students, staff and families. By putting equity into action, we will align our resources, processes and outcomes to achieve our mission. This equity plan is the fundamental component for deepening our alignment to all components of our World's Best Workforce Plan.
World's Best Workforce Advisory Committee (WBWF)
The Community Curriculum Advisory Committee (CCAC) is now referred to as the World's Best Workforce (WBWF) Advisory Committee. The WBWF Advisory Committee is composed of parents, students, staff, and community members and serve as a sounding board for district leadership to get input and feedback as part of recommendations brought to the school board. For more information about the WBWF Advisory Committee, contact Assistant Superintendent Sara Paul at 651-407-7567.
WBLAS will ensure all of our students develop a love for learning, excel academically, are inspired to realize their dreams, and become engaged citizens with a global perspective. We will do this by challenging each student within a dynamic, respectful and inclusive environment that nurtures the unique talents and abilities of every student, with emphasis on students whose needs are not being met.
The district has cultural liaisons available to support students, families and staff:
Malia Yang-Xiong, Hmong Cultural Liaison
Please feel free to contact Sara Paul to share input, ask questions, or learn more about our work
Sara Paul, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning
2015-16 Reporting Documents
2014-15 Reporting Documents
Longitudinal Data for 2014-15: Student Engagement Data
2013-14 Reporting Documents