Strategic PlanWSD LOgo

PBIS:                        2015-2016        2016-2017        2017-2018        2018-2019        2019-2020

Building Safety:        2015-2016        2016-2017        2017-2018        2018-2019        2019-2020

Strategy One: Design The Personalized Learning Of The Future

Objective 1.4:        Positive and Safe Learning Environment

PBIS

Executive Sponsor:  Jodi Smith Payne, Assistant Superintendent L&T, and Mark Helm

Three-Year Benchmark Objectives, Actions, Barriers and Outcomes

2015-16:

  1. Launch initial district-wide implementation of Tier 1 PBIS at the building and classroom levels by providing staff training in August and December and reconvening the district PBIS Committee.
  1. Provide administrator training and best practice sharing at ProGrowth meetings 2015-2016.
  1. Provide PBIS overview to substitute teachers and classified staff who work with students.
  1. Support classroom implementation.
  1. Implement SWIS Data System.
  1. Conduct building implementation audits using the School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET).
  1. Provide initial Tier 2 training.
  1. Schedule and plan the WA-ASCD workshop in June 2016 to begin to build understanding of how PBIS addresses social-emotional learning & personalized student learning.
  1. Secure funding for the next three years of PBIS implementation.

2016-17:

  1. Offer PBIS training for new staff early in the school year. 
  2. Continue site visits with PBIS building teams, principals & classroom visitations. (Ongoing)
  3. Continue support of Tier 1 practices, working for consistency. (Ongoing
  1. Continue support for data paras.  (Ongoing)
  1. Examine data for district and building trends.  (Ongoing)
  1. Continue use of SET to assess the features in place at each building.  (Ongoing)
  2. Provide support for Tier 2 and Tier 3 students using Social-Emotional Learning practices.  (In Progress)
  1. Pursue Policy and systems alignment.  (In Progress)
  1. Maintain School Climate as one of top five district goals.  (Ongoing)
  1. Write a clearly laid out multi-year training plan, seeking a “train-the-trainer” model to grow internal capacity.  (Ongoing - 3 Year Plan)
  1. Create a yearly plan for district and schools to complete summative and formative assessments to determine action plans.  (Ongoing - 3 Year Plan & CIPP for Schools)

2017-18:

  1. Offer PBIS training for new staff early in the school year.
  2. Continue support of Tier 1 and Tier 2 practices, working for consistency, with a focus on the classroom (on-going)
  3. Provide staff with Tier 3 training (on-going)
  4. Continue to support PBIS practices and Social-Emotional Learning at Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3.
  5. Update 3-year plan
  6. Provide training for Instructional Coaches (on-going)
  7. Provide training for counselors (on-going)
  8. Decrease student suspension rates through: (Helm)
  1. Decrease chronic absence rates of students by:        (Helm)


2018-19:

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2019-20:

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What measures need to be developed to monitor the outcomes of the objective benchmarks?++

Who needs to be involved in the planning discussion and action steps for this objective?


BUILDING SAFETY AND SECURITY

Executive Sponsor:  Jodi Smith Payne, Assistant Superintendent L&T; Mark Helm, Executive Director of Student Services; Adam Bergstrom, Director of Safety and Risk Management

Three-Year Benchmark Objectives, Actions, Barriers and Outcomes

2015-16:

  1. Implement a coordinated Field Trip/Travel program (Travel Tracker).        

(Fully Implemented, Monitoring)

  1. Design a risk assessment tool that will identify the safety and security gaps at each site.

        (Designed, beginning implementation 2016-17)

  1. Create a coordinated, district-wide Safety and Security plan.  (In process)
  1. Improve the health (physical/mental) and welfare of our students.  

2016-17:

  1. Monitor implementation and address gaps in the Field Trip/Travel system. 
  2.   Develop a plan to fill the safety and security gaps identified at each building. (In Progress)
  3. Create and begin implementation of the district-wide Safe Schools Preparedness and Response Plan (Safe Schools Plan - SSP - for short). (In Progress)
  4. Introduce and begin implementation of online Safe Schools accident reporting system. (Looking at new program)

2017-18:

  1. Full implementation of the Field Trip/Travel system. 
  2. Continue implementation of filling the safety and security gaps at each building. (In Progress)
  3. Continue implementation of the district-wide SSP. (In Progress - reviewing new program)
  4. Review Discipline data 3 times a year with building administrators looking for trends and disproportionality. (In Progress)
  5. Review Attendance data 3 times a year with building administrators.  (In Progress)

2018-19:

  1. SSP Implementation Part 1 - Committee work fully implemented and functioning.
  2. SSP Implementation - Phase 2 - Scheduled prevention measures in place and walk-through begin.


2019-20:


Who needs to be involved in the planning discussion and action steps for this objective?

Executive Summary

The focus of work for Risk Management is to identify system gaps in security and safety; simplify, integrate and consolidate policies and processes; and create a team to support and guide the work of Risk Management throughout the District.  

To those ends, Automated External Defibrillators will be purchased this year and placed in secondary schools prior to the start of the 2016-17 school year; Radio and Security Camera needs will be assessed and a plan for replacement/additions will be created; Student supervision needs through the use of Para-professionals will be assessed and recommendations given to Cabinet; finally, a District Risk Management Committee will be created to further direct the focus of Risk Management.  This will include 1) identifying, to the extent possible, the potential risk factors that could contribute to accidents, mishaps, or mistakes being made, 2) creating, simplifying, and communicating policies and procedures so staff know what to do in the case of an incident, and 3) put into place additional security materials to prevent problems and assist when incidents do occur.

                                     

 


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