Strategic PlanWSD LOgo

WSD Assessment:        2015-2016        2016-2017        2017-2018        2018-2019        2019-2020

Early Learning:        2015-2016        2016-2017        2017-2018        2018-2019        2019-2020

Data Dashboard:                        2016-2017        2017-2018        2018-2019        2019-2020

Strategy Four: Balance Change For All With Excellence For All

Objective  4.3:        College and Career Readiness for All

WSD Assessment System

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

Three-Year Benchmark Objectives, Actions, Barriers and Outcomes

2015-16:

  1. Collaboratively develop a district plan for required assessments (state/district/curriculum) with a timeline for completion.
  1. Continue to develop Illuminate as a repository for assessments and student data.
  1. Create and refine a district-wide system of using data and data reviews to measure student learning.  (Ongoing)
  1. Hire and train data paraprofessionals to support data entry at each elementary and middle school.

2016-17:

  1. Provide an instructional data specialist in Learning & Teaching. Was requested for two years; Not approved.
  2. Identify curricular assessments to use with new math adoption in grades 6-Algebra. (Done)
  3. Formalize use of Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) and Scholastic Math Inventory (SMI) at grades 9-10. (Done)
  4. Investigate the use of SBA Interim Assessments. (Ongoing)
  5. Formalize common English Language Arts assessments at grades 6-10. In progress (Ongoing)
  1. Use input from teachers and principals to collaboratively update the district plan for required assessments (state/district/curriculum) along with the timeline for completion for the 2017-18 school year. (Ongoing)
  2. Hire and train a data paraprofessional to support data entry at each high school. (Not done)

2017-18:

  1. Use input from teachers and principals to collaboratively update the district plan for required assessments (state/district/curriculum) along with the timeline for completion for the 2018-19 school year.
  2. Work with the NCESD to learn about common assessments being developed for 6-9 Science based on the Next Generation Science Standards.

2018-19:


2019-20:


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

What obstacles or barriers need to be addressed?

What do employees need to be successful?

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


Objective  4.3:        College and Career Readiness for All

Early Learning

Executive Sponsors:        Jodi Smith Payne, Assistant Superintendent L&T; Bill Eagle, Director of State & Federal Programs

Three-Year Benchmark Objectives, Actions, Barriers and Outcomes

2015-16: 

  1. Provide district representation at the Snowy Owl Early Learning Summit on September 24.
  1. Provide three Ready! for Kindergarten sessions for parents (July 2015, Winter 2016, and Spring 2016).
  1. Provide Kindergarten Readiness parent nights for all incoming kindergarten students.
  1. Invite daycare providers, EPIC, Headstart, and parents to our annual Parent Conference (March 2016) which covers a variety of topics, including Early Learning.
  1. Provide information sessions to parents of bilingual children regarding achievement gap and how to help students at home (Spring 2016).
  1. Increase awareness of our current Early Learning offerings (preschool at WA and WSHS).
  1. Identify key components in district sponsored Early Learning Programs (Richland), work with Early Learning consultant (Erich Bolz) to develop a plan to support community wide efforts in Early Learning and create an action plan for Wenatchee School District’s involvement in the process.  (February 2016, March 31, 2016, June community stakeholder meeting to formulate a Early Learning Model for Chelan/Douglas region).

2016-17:

                Actions:

  1. Determine scope of district work around Early Learning. (Ongoing)
  2. Determine the financial and human resources needed to implement a district plan for Early Learning. (Ongoing)

2017-18:

  1. Benchmarks will be developed following the study of  the district action plan for Early Learning.

2018-19:


2019-20:


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

What obstacles or barriers need to be addressed?

What do employees need to be successful?

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


Objective 4.3:        College and Career Readiness for All

District Data Dashboard

Executive Sponsors:        Jon DeJong        

Three-Year Benchmark Objectives, Actions, Barriers and Outcomes

2016-17:

  1. Identify the indicators to measure results and progress on the Wenatchee Learns vision for the Strategies and Objectives.
  1. Create a data dashboard to track and monitor yearly progress on the results indicators and provide trend data.

2017-18:

  1. Implement the data dashboard with three year trend data.
  2. Develop a schedule to review and monitor data off the district dashboard with the school board, district leadership team, school staff, and community.


2018-19:

  1. To Be Determined.

2019-20: 



What do employees need to be successful?

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

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


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