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1. Student Development
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Ensure all students receive a relevant, rigorous and integrated curriculum based on recognized standards that provide the skills necessary to thrive in District 102, the secondary school and beyond.BelowApproachingMeets/Exceeds
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Strategy 1:
Commit to a vision of high expectations for student achievement and quality instruction that is clearly and consistently communicated to students and families.
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Objective A:Ensure that, by 2021, students are reading at grade level by the end of third grade as measured by Fountas/Pinnell Benchmark assessment in conjunction with CBM and MAP assessments.Oct 2017
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Objective B:Implement robust multi-tier systems of support (MTSS) that creates multi-step, fail-safe processes that focus on success achievement in the classroom by the end of the 17-18 school year, and assess future efficacy through analysis of student movement in and out of tiers and surveys of parents and staff involved in the program.Oct 2017
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Objective C:Ensure content is delivered through culturally-responsive curriculum and practices by completing an initial review of curriculum and resuming diversity awareness professional development by the end of the 19-20 school year.Oct 2017
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Objective D:Provide timely and meaningful communication regarding student progress and expectations to parents and students by the end of the 18-19 school year as measured by improvements in student and parent survey responses regarding communication.Oct 2017
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Strategy 2:
Commit to closing the achievement gap for minority and low income students.
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Objective A:Ensure District 102 minority and low income students possess the knowledge and critical thinking skills to be “on track for college and career readiness” by increasing the percentage of students who are proficient on state and local assessments by 10% each year over the next five years.Oct 2017
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Strategy 3:
Develop an instructional model based on student interests and needs that provides customized learning tools and opportunities to each student to achieve and grow to the best of their ability.
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Objective A:Leverage and expand online, blended, and personalized learning opportunities as measured by BrightBytes technology integration survey data and an analysis of current staff technology integration practices by the end of the 18-19 school year.Oct 2017
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Objective B:Provide appropriate infrastructure to support a customizable learning environment by creating a long-range technology infrastructure plan by the end of the 17-18 school year.Oct 2017
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Objective C:Develop and encourage a pedagogy that supports student voice and choice in an innovative learning environment through professional development activities beginning in the 18-19 school year.Oct 2017
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Objective D:Implement supports and opportunities that provide extended and expanded learning opportunities outside the regular curriculum through new and refined extracurricular and summer programs by the end of the 17-18 school year. Oct 2017
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Objective E:Develop multi-lingual opportunities across the district to provide families with the opportunity to enroll their children in dual immersion educational programming by providing new courses beginning in the 17-18 school year. Oct 2017
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2. Culture and Relationships
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Ensure a safe, challenging, engaging and supportive teaching and learning environment that values all contributors to the educational process.BelowApproachingMeets/Exceeds
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Strategy 1:
Develop strong local ties between the school and communities.
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Objective A:Ensure comprehensive and relevant information is regularly disseminated to all key constituencies: Students, Teachers, Parents and Community members through electronic district and school newsletters, and website updates starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective B:Engage and leverage community organizations through school to business partnerships and mentoring programs to connect students with community members starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective C:Provide a comprehensive and robust community-wide system around early childhood education and monitor this effort starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective D:Provide timely and meaningful communication regarding student progress and expectations to parents and students by the end of the 18-19 school year as measured by improvements in student and parent survey responses regarding communication.
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Ensure a positive, safe learning enviroment for all students.
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Objective A:Develop processes to ensure families that need support beyond the school day are connected to available services and track these efforts starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective B:Engage and involve parents and families and track these efforts starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Strategy 3:
Create a “mindset” of continuous improvement throughout the district.
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Objective A:Create processes to gather regular feedback from students, teachers, parents and community members to identify strengths, areas needing improvement and ‘out of the box’ ideas starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective B:Ensure opportunities exist for sharing successful initiatives across the district starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective C:Create on-going identification of best practices from experts in the field and through collaboration with other districts starting in the 17-18 school year.Click Here 10/2
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3. Exemplary Employees
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Ensure that the district employs a diverse staff of the highest quality at all levels.BelowApproachingMeets/Exceeds
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Strategy 1:
Develop best practice processes to support the hiring of a diverse, effective, and competent staff.
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Objective A:Identify, develop and document consistent recruitment and hiring practices by the end of the 17-18 school year.
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Objective B:Hire high quality personnel representative of the diversity of District 102 students and report on this effort beginning in the 17-18 school year.
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Strategy 2:
Develop best practice processes to retain a diverse, effective, and competent staff while monitoring job satisfaction within a collaborative working environment.
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Objective A:Retain a diverse, competent, and effective workforce by improving the validity of the evaluation system and by better understanding the circumstances surrounding staff separations by the end of the 17-18 school year.
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Objective B:Maintain a healthy, collaborative work environment among personnel across district buildings as measured by the School Perception Survey and direct staff feedback beginning in the 17-18 school year.
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4. Process and Financials
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Demonstrate effective, efficient and equitable business operations and provide excellent stewardship of district resources.BelowApproachingMeets/Exceeds
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Strategy 1:
Develop and maintain a comprehensive, outcome based budgeting strategy.
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Objective A:Provide five-year plans and projections that target the Board policy of 20% fund balances starting in the 17-18 school year.Click Here - 9/27
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Objective B:Identity opportunities to continuously strengthen the district’s financial base maintaining a goal of flexibility and responsiveness to market volatility starting in the 17-18 school year.
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Objective C:Before the end of the 17-18 school year, create and maintain a long-range Facilities Master Plan in concert with academic programs and focused on school safety and security.
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Objective D:Evaluate district programs based on the following principles starting in the 17-18 school year:
A.Equitable assignment of district resources based on student need
B. Optimization of service delivery to meet student needs with a demonstrable return on investment
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Strategy 2:
Ensure stakeholder trust through transparent management of district finances.
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Objective A:Provide clear and timely communications to stakeholders on fiscal matters beginning in the 17-18 school year.Click Here - 9/22
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Objective B:Maintain a community-based finance committee to provide additional review of audit reports starting in the 17-18 school year.Click Here - 9/27
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Objective C:Seek regular input from the community on fiscal issues starting in the 17-18 school year.
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