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 Mission Statement

Mission Statement

 Foley Core Values

Foley Core Values

 Foley District Goals

2022-23 Foley Public Schools District Goals

2021-22 Foley Public School District Goals

2018-19 Foley Public Schools District Goals

2017-18 Foley Public School District Goals

2016-17 Foley Public School District Goals

2015-16 Foley Public School District Goals

 COVID-19 School Reopening Information

Foley Public Schools Reopening Plan 09-23-2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Resources

Technology Resources

 Construction 2019 (Industrial Technology, Wrestling, Human Performance Lab)

Foley Construction Project July 4, 2020

Exterior Construction Rendering

Top View District (Current)

Top View District (Addition)

Top View Addition (Detail)

 Foley Strategic Plan 2015-16

Foley Strategic Plan Accomplishments


Superintendent's Page

Superintendent Paul Neubauer Superintendent:
Paul Neubauer
Phone: 320-968-8601


Foley Significant Accomplishments
The Foley School Community has had several significant accomplishments in the past eight years.  This is a collective effort of the whole, (students, staff, School Board, community) and when we look back, I believe we will see and think of these years as significant to the educational programming offered by Foley Public Schools.  Below is an incomplete but important list of accomplishments:

  • Identified our Core Values as who we are and who we aspire to become as well as to provide emphasis to our Mission Statement
  • Establishing School Board norms and processes
  • Implemented all facets of the Strategic Plan forwarded in 2015
  • Improved our instructional core through standards based instruction
  • Adopted a Talent Development model where all students are valued for the talents they possess
  • Adopted a philosophy consistent with Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
  • Established Building Leadership Teams (BLT) to distribute leadership to those most closely impacted by leadership decisions
  • Promoted and institutionalized making data informed decisions grounded in research, best practices and common sense
  • Facilitated the implementation of FAST and STAR assessments and utilized the information to inform our instruction as well as SAEBRS to assess students emotional well-being at FES/FIS
  • Provided long term security for our financial obligations (post employment benefits)
  • Continued to grow our unassigned fund balance
  • Aligned our budget with our educational priorities as well as promoted transparency in fiscal reporting and implementation
  • Enhanced our facilities for tennis, baseball, and softball
  • Enhanced our programming through facility and programming improvements to Technology Education, Wrestling, and the Human Performance lab
  • Created safe schools through secured entrances, Raptor system of visitor check in, ALICE training, anonymous tipline and the addition of a School Resource Officer (SRO)
  • Promoted and continued to implement a Farm to School Child Nutrition Services program as well as initiated the Summer Meal Program.
  • Standardized our hiring practices, including advertising, onboarding, evaluation, and retention of staff
  • Established a host of new course offerings including life skills and robotics, unified sports, high school health, a school store etc.
  • Worked to create supportive positions in a budget neutral manner including a full time Activities Director, and full time Deans of Students at FIS and FHS
  • Supported and implemented the change to Google platform
  • Supported and implemented the change of the Student Information System from JMC to Infinite Campus
  • Implemented research based, supported, Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) at both FES and FIS
  • Promoted positive change at FHS to include the elimination of study halls in lieu of programming and shift from a 7 period day to a 5 period day as well as the addition of elective opportunities through a trimester organization
  • Implemented weekly communication with staff, School Board, Parents/Guardians, and Benton County News
  • Increased early learning opportunities for kids including expansion of preschool offerings and wrap around care.
  • Navigated the District through the world wide pandemic
  • Removed barriers to student success including vocational alignment for students with disabilities, creation of the LIFT (18-21 program), reading interventionist at FIS, 1 to 1 Technology, implementation of Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS), summer meal program, and implementation of Late Buses
  • Created opportunities for students to better understand patriotism through a district wide daily recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and an annual tour of the Veterans Memorial