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Announcing 2018 Project of the Year Recipients

Posted on Oct 18, 2018 2:07:42 PM

Over the last six years, it’s been a real honor to be able to work with numerous school administrators, business officials, and other members of community organizations on numerous projects and presentations. As analytics continues to grow in the public sector, we continue to be encouraged by the innovations across the country. To further encourage data curiosity and analytics innovation, we started the annual Forecast5 Project of the Year Awards in 2016. Now, each year, we review dozens of projects and award PROJECT OF THE YEAR honors to local governments along with a monetary donation to the fund of their choice.

I’m excited to announce the six 2018 Project of the Year award recipients that were recognized at this year's National Conference. 

CORTLAND ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT (New York) 

Michael Hoose, Superintendent - Used 5Sight™, 5Cast™, and 5Maps™ to run data comparisons, budget/forecasts, and analyze information in real-time for grade-level and school-level organization. Watch the video here >

Cortland Enlarged City School District - Project of the Year Recipient

 

DUPAGE HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 88 (Illinois

Adam Cibulka, Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and Scott Helton, Superintendent - Leveraged 5Lab™ to get ahead of ESSA plans and develop the Illinois College and Career Readiness model. Watch the video here >

DuPage High School District 88 - Project of the Year Recipient

 

FLOSSMOOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 161 (Illinois)

Dana Smith, Superintendent - Used 5Lab to align, develop, and monitor School Improvement Goals for each school in the district. Watch the video here >

Flossmoor School District 161 - Project of the Year Recipient

 

MESA COUNTY VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 51 (Colorado)

Melanie Heath, Assistant Director of Financial Services - Used 5Cast™ Plus  to publish spending information to their website in order to enhance transparency to voters. Watch the video here >

Mesa County Valley School District 51 - Project of the Year Recipient

NORTH MASON SCHOOL DISTRICT (Washington)

Ashley Supry, Director of Finance and Business – Used 5Cast and 5Cast Plus to prepare monthly financial reports; she identified projected savings of $800,000 with a new financial policy. Watch the video here >

North Mason School District - Project of the Year Recipient

 Read North Mason's full case study here!

SMITH-GREEN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS (Indiana)

Dan Hile, Superintendent – Leveraged 5Sight™ to present data in visuals and get a referendum successfully passed to avoid budget cuts. Watch the video here >

Smith-Green Community Schools - Project of the Year Recipient

 

Congrats to all nominees and award recipients. Forecast5 will continue to recognize client successes and give back to education through donations and recognition.

Click here to view the 2017 Project of the Year Award Recipients!

 

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