Little Chute schools are learning communities where students express a genuine desire to learn in a welcoming and secure environment. We challenge all learners to become engineers of their own future by nurturing their creative and intellectual growth. We provide the launch pad for students to excel in any field of interest by developing the whole child in a diverse and technical society.
The Professional Development Council facilitates and focuses the organizational growth of the Little Chute Area School District by organizing 4 professional days during the school year. These days are directly linked to organizational initiatives.
Each year staff must complete a Professional Development Plan (PDP) which reflects two organizational goals and two personal goals. Staff is required to annually document growth and evidence in their professional portfolio. Professional portfolios are a requirement during an evaluation cycle to document professional growth over a three year time period. All 4 goals are directly aligned to the Wisconsin State Teaching Standards (WSTS).