[Case Study]

Auburn-Washburn Unified School District 437

Keeping the focus on student success.

Auburn-Washburn Unified School District recently embarked on a new five-year strategic plan. Based on input from all stakeholders — students, parents, staff and business leaders — throughout the district and its community, two primary goals stood out:
 
  1. Challenge every student to improve their academic performance
  2. Prepare every student for success by developing the skills that will help them become responsible citizens in the global community

The Human Resources department’s role in attracting, developing, rewarding and retaining an outstanding staff is a critical factor in the success of the district’s long-term plan. Along with hiring committed teachers, many HR functions have to operate smoothly behind the scenes to support the schools, keep the focus on student success and maintain the district’s excellent reputation.

To make sure this happens, Auburn-Washburn’s Human Resources and Operations Director Brian White depends on Frontline’s solutions to solve problems before they happen.
Auburn-Washburn’s Human Resources and Operations Director Brian White depends on Frontline’s solutions to solve problems before they happen.