18-19 Strategic Plan - Academic Achievement
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Goal Statement from PlanTasks AccomplishedNext stepsWho will Complete?By When?Cost?
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Goal 1: Establish comprehensive and relevant programming in the school district curriculum to maximize student learning.Institute yearly vertical meetingsFormalize vertical curriculum maps (Pacing Guides, Common Assessments, Time for data analysis)Curriculum Director, Teachers20-21
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Crosswalk vertical maps with state standardsCurriculum Director, TeachersOngoing
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Teacher teams at all grade levelsHorizontal curriculum work -- integrated units (at least 1 / grade level)Principals, Grade Level Teachers
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Grade level teacher collaboration time Principals, Grade Level Teachers
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Lead students to develop K-12 portfolios of three best works and three struggling works from each grade to be shared with new classroom teacher each yearPrincipals, Curriculum Director, Tech Integ Spec.18-19
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"Do Your Job" Program established at JHJH BLT, Teachers, Principal, Counselor
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Portrait of a Buckeye Graduate accomplished by 9-12HS BLT, Department Heads, Teachers, Principals
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Establish and Follow Adoption CyclesScience, Art, World LanguageCurriculum Director and Curriculum CommitteeJanuary, 2018$60,000
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Math, MusicCurriculum Director and Curriculum CommitteeIn progress for July, 2019$200,000
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English, Health & PECurriculum Director and Curriculum CommitteeJuly, 2019$75,000
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Social StudiesCurriculum Director and Curriculum CommitteeJuly, 2020$75,000
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Evaluate the need for and add electives at 7-12; including PLTW Engineering at the HS and possibility of self-funding PLTW courses for credit
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Assessment Alignment and Prediction for State Assessment PerformanceAll teachers have working knowledge of DOK and can assess classroom assessments for rigorGifted Coord, Curriculum Dir20-21$0
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Ongoing PD on improving assessment quality
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Professional Development aligned with DLT strategies including feedback and continuum of services (good instruction and recognizing individualized needs of all students)Curriculum Director, DLTOngoingMAX Teaching and Brain Speaker: $10,000
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Goal 2: Develop and implement a sequential, integrated K-12 Technology Curriculum consisting of technology skills and use of those skills as tools to research and solve real-world problems.K-6 Tech CurriculumAdoptionCurriculum, Tech, Principals, TeachersSummer, 2018
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7-12 Technology Curriculum & AdoptionTech, CurriculumSummer, 2018
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Purchase and rollout of Year 1 Device RolloutPurchase and rollout of Year 2Tech, SuperintendentSummer, 2017$180000 (FY17)
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Purchase and rollout Year 3 of Device RolloutTech, SuperintendentApril / May 2018$120,000 (FY18)Also purchasing iPad Carts for K-1. Will need to include and reevaluate costs
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Purchase and rollout Year 4 of Device RolloutTech, SuperintendentApril / May 2018$180,000 (FY19)
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Purchase and rollout of Year 5 of Device RolloutTech, SuperintendentApril / May 2018$180,000 (FY20)Ongoing Cost
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Goal 3: Expand the continuum of services for students in grades K-12 with purposeful and intentional programming to the following subgroups: Gifted Students, Economically Disadvantaged Students, and Students with Disabilities.Cluster Grouping in 3rd and 4th gradeCluster grouping in 5th gradeIntermediate Principal, Gifted CoordinatorAugust, 2017
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Cluster grouping in 6th gradeIntermediate Principal, Gifted CoordinatorAugust, 2018
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Monitor continuance & Improve enrichment opportunitiesPrimary & Intermediate Principals, Gifted Coordinator, TeachersOngoing
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Flexible grouping for intervention model in 2nd gradeExpand to 3rdPrimary Principal, SPED Dir2017-2018
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Expand to 4-5thIntermediate Principal, SPED Dir2018-2019
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Expand to 6th Intermediate Principal, SPED Dir2019-2020
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3-12 Teacher group receiving HQPD for gifted servicesGiftedOngoing per updated Gifted Operating Standards
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Honors English classes at HS gifted service (w/o 9th Grade--New Teacher)Continue HQPD to continue services; Add Honors 9 in 18-19Gifted, Curriculum, Principal, TeachersOngoing
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Honors Bio classes at HS gifted serviceGifted, Curriculum, Principal, TeachersOngoing
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Cleaned up Honors Math placement track into 7th grade & "Subject Accelerated" students in 8th grade AlgebraContinue placements with fidelity to processGifted, Curriculum, Principal, TeachersOngoing
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Clean up Honors English placement into 7th gradeGifted, Curriculum, Principal, TeachersSpring, 2017
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Consistently search for ways to include flexibility in curriculum and schedules to give students access to what they need in order to grow academically (as well as with consideration to social and emotional growth)All District StaffOngoing
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Co-teaching trainingContinue expanding co-teaching modelSPED, principals
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Focus implementation in areas of need (use data analysis of achievement scores & other tests to identify areas of need)
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Provide ongoing support for co-teaching pairs
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LRE TrainingSPED
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Complete Staffing Needs AnalysisCurriculum, Principals, SuperintendentYearly in Spring
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Improve access to general education curriculum for all students
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Goal 4: Create opportunities for parents and community members to take an active role in the education of Buckeye students.Parents volunteer for a variety of activities: Rube Goldberg / Goodyear Day (6-12), Robotics Competition (6), Invention League (6), Room Parents (Elem), Real Money / Real World (JH), Parent readers, field trip chaperones, active PTO, Field DayContinue to invite parent volunteers for these and additional activities such as: Camp InventionTech Integ Spec., Curriculum DirectorOngoing
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Parents / Community members invited into district to talk to students about careers and interviewing skills (CBI)
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District events that engage the community: Veteran's Day, Buckeye DayAll BuildingsYearly
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Revisit community mailers / newsletters as a method of communicationSuperintendent, Treasurer, Curriculum Director, Graphics Design class (?)18-19 School year$5000 / year
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Ensure each building has a functioning Facebook group for parents to join and keep informed about volunteer opportunitiesBuilding principalsFeb 14, 2017
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Goal 5: Prepare Buckeye students for global citizenship in a diverse, multi-cultural society.Engage resources in every classroom that bring global issues into our district. Current resources in use include: Global News, Newsela, Weekly Heroes CNN News, CNN 10, Newsdepth (PBS for younger grades), Channel OneMake these resources intentional -- discuss the global issues, not just passive observationClassroom Teachers
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Continue participation in foreign exchange program
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Seek opportunities through ORMACO for assemblies and community programs
(Parent contact: Janice Kollar)
Curriculum Director, CBI Teacher, PrincipalsMeet by April, 2017
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Continue Anti-bullying programs, including Stand By Me, O.N.E., Olweus, Ask Baldwin, and Digital Citizenship programs
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Provide method for students, parents, community to report issues17-18Free - Stop It app
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Adopt Guidance curriculum18-19
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Implement / Expand Flat Stanley program at Elementary2018-2019
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Participate in Global Read Aloud2018-2019
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Develop a series of vertical questions K-12 based on the student's "place" among a grade-appropriate / SS aligned "community" (ex. What does it mean to be a ________ in the context of ________)Curriculum Director, Principals2017-2018
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Service Projects at individual buildingsEstablish a districtwide service project in conjunction with community organizations and with student leadership (Student Council)Spring, 2019
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