STATE OF THE DISTRICT
TECUMSEH PUBLIC SCHOOLS

March 13, 2017

MISSION STATEMENT

Uncompromisingly Learner Centered

VISION STATEMENT

We are a dynamic learning community taking BOLD steps to ensure all learners are inspired and empowered for life.

TECUMSEH PUBLIC SCHOOLS

TECUMSEH PUBLIC SCHOOLS

2015-16 Projected Expenditures

(Jan. 2016 Revision)

DISTRICT ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS OF CHOICE

Attending District

# of Students Leaving TPS

Britton Deerfield

139

Clinton

167

Adrian

37

Onsted

30

Madison

16

Resident District

# of Students Attending TPS

Adrian

264

Clinton

56

Britton Deerfield

33

Onsted

28

Students Leaving TPS Through Schools of Choice

Students Choosing TPS

School Year

# of Students Leaving

# of Students Received

Net Gain/(Loss)

2011-12

454

267

(187)

2012-13

460

302

(158)

2013-14

482

295

(187)

2014-15

467

346

(121)

2015-16

401

447

46

ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS

Grade

15/16 Actual

16/17 Projected

16/17 Actual

 

17/18 Projected

Y5/K

223

244

279

223

1st

189

176

211

192

2nd

223

196

201

182

3rd

207

221

226

194

4th

225

213

211

227

5th

212

230

228

217

6th

186

213

233

231

7th

207

189

195

216

8th

238

207

222

189

9th*

226

241

252

210

10th*

230

234

197

249

11th*

245

218

195

222

12th*

244

247

207

220

*Additional 128 high school learners enrolled in TVA or in Seat Time Waiver Program

WHO ARE OUR LEARNERS?

WHO ARE OUR LEARNERS?

STRATEGIC DESIGN

  • In August, 65 community members including educators, parents, business leaders to developed our Strategic Design
  • Strategic Design incorporates our Mission and Vision, Core Values and Exit Learner Outcomes based on Future Conditions and Spheres of Living
    • Defines what our learning community will look like, feel like and be like when we are operating at our “Ideal Best”
  • Developed 6 Goal Areas:
    • Learning & Curriculum
    • Instruction & Assessment
    • Technology
    • Health & Wellness
    • Stakeholders
    • Personnel & Leadership
  • Goal Leaders are identifying members and meeting with committees beginning this month
  • Results of committee work will be shared in May, 2017
  • This work will transform learning at TPS!

DISTRICT REORGANIZATION

  • District Reorganization is tied to Strategic Design
  • Focus on Improved Programming for Each and Every Learner
  • Reorganization Plan Implemented for the 2017-18 School Year
    • Preserving our Points of Pride
  • District Reorganization Committee Provides Feedback and Input in the Following Areas:
    • Construction, PR/Marketing, Electives/Scheduling, After School Activities, Student Supports, Curriculum/STEAM, Transportation & Technology
  • New Configuration and New Building Names Announced
    • New names represent the service at each level
  • Learning Facilitators Identifying the “Ideal Learning Experience” at Each Level
    • Project Based Learning; Technology Integration; Collaboration

DATA DASHBOARD

67%

85%

66%

3rd Grade Reading

(NWEA)

7th Grade Math

(NWEA)

Target

SAT SCORES

    • THS: 69.1%
    • County: 62.4%
    • State: 60.2%

Evidence Based Reading and Writing

    • THS: 47.6%
    • County: 37.0%
    • State: 36.9%

Mathematics

    • THS: 45.9%
    • County: 35.5%
    • State: 34.9%

Both Evidence Based Reading/Writing and Mathematics

DATA DASHBOARD

    • THS Graduation Rate

96.77%

    • THS Drop-Out Rate
    • (Most recent data available)

1.5%

DATA DASHBOARD

    • Percent of students who enroll in Post-Secondary programming immediately after high school

69%

    • Percent of students who enroll in Post-Secondary programming anytime during the first year after high school

72%

    • Percent of students who enroll in Post-Secondary programming anytime during the first two years after high school

72%

    • Persistence: Percent of students who return after their Freshman year

89%

Post-Secondary Enrollment—Tecumseh Public Schools

Class of 2010: 36% graduated with a post-secondary degree within 6 years after high school

DATA DASHBOARD

Top 10 Post-Secondary Institutions

  • Jackson College
  • Washtenaw Community College
  • Eastern Michigan University
  • Michigan State University
  • Central Michigan University
  • Siena Heights University
  • Western Michigan University
  • Grand Valley State University
  • University of Toledo
  • University of Michigan

ON THE HORIZON

Direction for the State of Michigan:

    • Top 10 in 10 Initiative
    • 21st Century Commission Recommendations by 2025

In the Next 3 Years, Our District Will:

  • Increase Partnerships with the Community
    • Work with Communities In Schools of the Tecumseh Area to connect community resources with our learners
    • Expand Opportunities with Center for Science & Industry
  • Take Bold Steps to Improve Learner Outcomes
    • STEAM Centers/Project Based Learning
    • Reinventing Special Education Supports
  • Operate At Our “Ideal Best”

2017 State of the District - Google Slides