Strategic Partnerships & Innovation COMP 2017-18
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Purpose and Work Streams 2017-18
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Strategic Partnerships & Innovation
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Purpose
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PurposeRole
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The Department of Strategic Partnerships and Innovation actively collaborates with Madison's community to meet common goals and accomplish together what one organization cannot do alone. We leverage local, regional and national resources and support teams to develop and implement innovative, research-based, culturally and linguistically responsive strategies that prepare all students for college, career, and community.
Department Manager
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Jessica Hankey
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Data Point Person
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Jessica Hankey
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Major Work Streams
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Partnership Formalization and MonitoringProcess partnership inquiry form submissions and adhere to refined workflow for formalization. Support MMSD partnership owners in formalizing, monitoring and renewing MOAs. Prepare and submit notices and supporting materials for medium-intensity partnerships to BOE.Jessica Hankey
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High-Intensity Partnership Evaluation and Approval/RenewalSupport teams in developing MOAs, securing Board approval, renewing and evaluating high-intensity partnerships. Serve as primary coordinator of Board approvals for high-intensity partnerships. Jessica Hankey
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After School Advisory BoardCoordinate quarterly After School Advisory Board meetings, annual satisfacation survey, and related actions for systems-level solutions.Jessica Hankey
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Schools of Hope ElementaryServe as co-director on the project and support partners team (Schools of Hope staff, United Way staff) with the implementation of the program in alignment with the current MOA and Best Practices in Academic Tutoring. Additional focus in 2017-2018 on determining new partnership agency and location for the start of the 2018-2019 school year.Laura Whitmore
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Achievement ConnectionsServe as co-director on the project and support partners team (MMSD and United Way staff) with the implementation of the program in alignment with the current MOA and Best Practices in Academic Tutoring.Laura Whitmore
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Schools of Hope Middle SchoolSupport partners in program alignment with MOA, Best Practices in Academic Tutoring, MMSD District priorities, and the Adolscent Experience.Laura Whitmore
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Juventud and EscaleraSupport partners in program alignment with MOA and Best Practices in Academic Tutoring.Laura Whitmore
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Tutoring NetworkSupport academic tutoring programs through quality improvement and capacity-building training and workshops and fostering collaboration through sharing and connecting with community resources. Professional development for program staff will be on semester based on overall need for best practice alignment and tutor training will be on a semester basis. Additionally, an on-line tutor training will be created and released to the public in 2017-2018 and then updated annually.Laura Whitmore
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Volunteer AdministrationSupport schools in implementation of the Volunteer policy, volunteer enrollment, and best practices in volunteer management.Laura Whitmore
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Volunteer ProgramsLead department efforts to define and support community volunteer programs in the district. Coordinate district staff input and guidance, enrollment materials and central communication of programs (W-2, Work Study, RSVP of Dane County). Laura Whitmore
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MOST AdministrationCultivate MOST reputation to be a leader in Out-of-School Time, Coordinate monthly meetings for Data, Quality, Elementary Access, Communications and Action Team workgroups, coordinate Action Team meetings, publish quarterly e-newsletter, develop MOST to be a platform to speak to issues of equity, nurture and broaden coalition relationships.Nathan Beck
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MOST Elementary AccessIdentify and publicize systemic issues effecting elementary access and systemic levers that could be used to address them, support and monitor impact of Emerging Opportunities Program grantNathan Beck
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MOST Quality Improvement System / Professional Development StructureDevelop and implement method to introduce/integrate Effective Practices into OST in Madison; Develop MOST Professional Development Structure for MOST elementary programs.Nathan Beck
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Grant Development (Priorities)Manage grant development teams in support of MMSD's fundraising priorities. Communicate and collaborate with the Foundation for Madison's Public Schools (FMPS) as approrpriate.Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom
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Grant Development (Departments/Schools)Manage grant development teams in support of grant opportunities identified outside of MMSD's fundraising priorities for grants over $50,000 or designated as a special priority. Support staff members writing grants through MMSD's grant review process which includes submitting a Grant Inquiry Form, sharing the proposal for review with appropriate departments if applicable, reviewing budgets through MMSD's Budget, Planning & Accounting Department, and obtaining senior leadership review and signature(s) as needed. Continue Grant Support and Review Request process for external agencies interested in pursuing grant opportunities in partnership with MMSD or requesting support (e.g., data, letters) from MMSD. Facilitate requests and review process for letters of support. Support principals and staff in planning and submitting proposals to Adopt a School partners. Communicate and collaborate with the Foundation for Madison's Public Schools (FMPS) as approrpriate.Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom
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Competition and Giving Campaign CoordinationPublicize various grant opportunities (e.g., Kohl Fellowship, Innovation Grant Fund) to relevant stakeholders. Provide support to potential applicants by answering questions and lightly reviewing proposals. Facilitate the submission process and facilitate or participate in the review process. Facilitate Combined Giving Campaign. Communicate and collaborate with the Foundation for Madison's Public Schools (FMPS) as approrpriate. Prepare to transition faciltation of Combined Giving Campaign to a more suitable department.Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom
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Grants Capacity-Building (Departments/Schools)Regularly share grant opportunity information with schools via newsletter and/or bulletins. Support staff members writing grants through MMSD's Grant Inquiry Form, described in "Grant Development" above. Meet with new principals to detail grant processes and supports. Develop and pilot a "Grants 101" presentation for interested staff, PTOs, and departments. Communicate and collaborate with the Foundation for Madison's Public Schools (FMPS) as approrpriate. Update Purchasing supports information around grants, complete related work flow.Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom
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StewardshipPublicize recognition protocol to grant recipients. Communicate and collaborate with the Foundation for Madison's Public Schools (FMPS) as appropriate.Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom
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Sanchez Scholars ProgramsCoordinate Sanchez Scholars programs including annual nomination and selection process, provision of student support, administration of scholarship spending, annual recognition events, and reporting. Lesli Vasquez (Sanchez LTE)
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