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1 October 2012 Student Learning & Success High Quality Workforce Facilities & Infrastructure Community Partnerships

2 ON TARGET OUR MISSION: TO ADVANCE LEARNING FOR ALL THROUGH THE RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE

3 Action 1.1.1: Adopt a data analysis protocol or monitoring process (collaborative inquiry / data-driven dialogue) to evaluate teaching and learning practices. Implementation Activities: Outline a protocol that aligns with the Framework for Advancing Student Achievement Through Data-Driven Professional Development Implementation Activities: Update transition document to Common Core State Standards Provide Common Core Standards training for staff following the transition plan Deconstruct Common Core Standards to create Flip Books by course/grade level Monitor for state changes to the Early Learning Standards for PreK Provide Training of Trainers on Instructional Shifts through Professional Learning 4 Leaders Outline Writing curriculum PreK-12 Action 1.1.2: Build and implement a world class, 21 st Century, tiered, standards- aligned Pre-K through grade12 curricula that are rigorous, integrated, and aligned both horizontally and vertically.

4 Action 1.1.3: Develop and implement a protocol/process for data collection and dissemination regarding assessment results. Implementation Activities: Create assessment document outlining standard operating procedures Create a timeline for data collection and dissemination (including Literacy First, Scantron, AIMSWeb, and KS State Assessment) Action 1.1.4: Design systems to support a standards-aligned instructional system. Implementation Activities: Complete a curriculum document outlining standard operating procedures for the Learning Services Department Finalize implementation of the Framework for Advancing Student Achievement Through Data-Driven Professional Development Align Walk Through document to the demands of the Common Core Standards as well as the Framework Complete and operationalize the PDC Evaluation Form

5 Action 1.1.5: Develop a systemic assessment plan, including screening, diagnostic, progress monitoring, formative, and summative components that is agreed upon and implemented to guide instruction district-wide. Implementation Activities: Continue to implement the District MTSS Assessment Plan Provide advanced training on Scantron (Achievement and Performance Series) Enhance common assessments aligned to Common Core at the secondary level and embed them into Scantron Provide advanced training for understanding AIMSWeb reports and progress monitoring Integrate multiple data points into Powerschool for increased teacher access Action 1.1.6: Establish an effective, systematic implementation process for technology initiatives. Implementation Activities: Update District Technology Plan to be sure the needs of all students and all subgroups are met Align Technology and Learning Services processes related to field tests and program innovations Explore effective and efficient ways to increase support for instructional technology use

6 Action 1.1.7: Increase student/parent accountability and engagement in their educational program. Implementation Activities: Create PreK/Kinder Parent Guides outlining grade level expectations Continue access to Tumble Books and Tumble Readables in the home Provide access to multiple assessment results to parents through Powerschool Increase resources on the District website through the Learning Services page Action 1.1.8: Provide effective and engaging instruction utilizing research-based best practices and the integration of instructional technology. Implementation Activities: Outline training on Instructional Shifts to align with Common Core implementation Continued implementation of Literacy First with support from the Literacy First Consultants to refine program components Provide access to workshops of choice for teachers aligned to district initiatives Data collection on effective teaching strategies via walk-through form aligned to the Framework for Advancing Student Achievement Through Data-Driven Professional Development Continue to purchase interactive technologies to increase access for teachers and use by students district-wide Ongoing training and support for interactive technologies Gather data from field tests related to current BYOD and tablet initiatives in the district

7 Action 1.1.9: Identify and develop a range of innovative programs Pre-K through Adult Education to meet the academic, social, and extracurricular needs of all. Implementation Activities: Design and implementation of an International Baccalaureate (IB) program at CHS Explore AVID implementation at middle school level Explore implementation of a continuous progress PreK – First Grade program Implement HOPE grant including both the afterschool and summer school elementary needs Implement Leadership Academy Coaches Strand Continued implementation of the Early Warning System for dropout prevention Alignment of and expanded opportunities for extra-curricular activities/opportunities at all age levels Action 1.1.10: Implement technology initiatives aligned with the National Educational Technology Standards. Implementation Activities: Evaluate the effectiveness of the aligned elementary technology curriculum Survey staff perception of National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) implementation Enhance State Career Clusters implementation by aligning course offerings Ongoing professional development opportunities (including virtual opportunities) related to Web 2.0, interactive technologies, and best practices

8 Action 1.2.1: Develop and implement a system of academic, career, and social supports that will enable students to achieve at high levels. Implementation Activities: Provide training on Capturing Kids Hearts including certified staff, classified staff, and leadership trainings Support from Capturing Kids Hearts consultants to reinforce implementation efforts throughout the district Provide Student Improvement Team (SIT) Training to align SIT processes Review and revise district and building MTSS Implementation Plans Continue to build capacity at Tiers 2/3 and refine overall PBIS efforts throughout the District Student Learning & Success Team Members: Teresa Tosh, Penny Schuckman, Pat Yorgensen, Lisa Cundiff October 2012

9 Goal Champions Becky Cezar and Michael Clagg (2012 – 2013 plan plan with $6M) Strategic Goal Area 2.0 Highly Effective Workforce

10 2.0: Goal Statement: To recruit, develop, and retain a highly effective workforce. 2.1: 100% highly effective workforce – 2.1.1: Recruit highly effective workforce – 2.1.2: Effective and timely evaluation of all staff – 2.1.3: Effectively utilize Teacher Insight 2.2: Targeted professional learning – 2.2.1: Substitute teacher training – 2.2.2: Assess staff needs – 2.2.3: Systemic on-boarding 2.3: Highly effective workforce retention – 2.3.1: Maintain workforce satisfaction through feedback – 2.3.2: Differentiated workforce mentoring programs – 2.3.3: Creative scheduling of workforce development – 2.3.4: Incentives designed to encourage job satisfaction

11 2.1.1: Recruit highly effective workforce Difference between KSDE licensed and USDE Highly Effective status Difference between KSDE licensed and USDE Highly Effective status We have been at 100% since 2010-1011 and will be We have been at 100% since 2010-1011 and will be Currently, all are licensed and two we are awaiting testing results to determine their highly effective status Currently, all are licensed and two we are awaiting testing results to determine their highly effective status Continue and improve our local job fair to include classified Continue and improve our local job fair to include classified We would still be using S.I. to assist with our classified employees. We would still be using S.I. to assist with our classified employees. We would travel to out-of-state job fairs We would travel to out-of-state job fairs We would utilize state-of-the-art recruitment materials and promotional materials We would utilize state-of-the-art recruitment materials and promotional materials Send all administrators and department heads to Gallup University for training Send all administrators and department heads to Gallup University for training Improve salaries, benefits and pay bonuses to recruit Improve salaries, benefits and pay bonuses to recruit

12 2.1.2.: Effective and timely evaluation of all staff Continued review of evaluation materials and process – Good Enough Is Not Good Enough Continued review and update on-line evaluation process KSDE may require Kansas Educator Evaluation Protocol – K.E.E.P. (We have chosen to wait.) We would have hired researchers to calibrate and train staff in evaluation best practice We would have hired researchers to calibrate and train staff in evaluation best practice We would have purchased technology to assist in the evaluation process and in the professional growth process We would have purchased technology to assist in the evaluation process and in the professional growth process

13 2.1.3: Effectively utilize Gallup Teacher Insight Not one termination, non-renewal or council out has been on the T.I. approved list for four years Not one termination, non-renewal or council out has been on the T.I. approved list for four years Over the last four years, 48%, 50%. 80% and last year 76% of our hires were above the cut score. Last year the cut score moved from 65 to 72. Over the last four years, 48%, 50%. 80% and last year 76% of our hires were above the cut score. Last year the cut score moved from 65 to 72. We would send all administrators and department heads to Gallup University We would send all administrators and department heads to Gallup University We would still have S.I. to assist with hiring of classified staff We would still have S.I. to assist with hiring of classified staff

14 2.2.1: Substitute Teacher training This is the first year in which experienced substitute teachers needed to refresh their training. We now do the training twice a year. This is the first year in which experienced substitute teachers needed to refresh their training. We now do the training twice a year. Substitute teacher training content and delivery are being reviewed this year by Learning Services, The Learning Center and Human Resources. Substitute teacher training content and delivery are being reviewed this year by Learning Services, The Learning Center and Human Resources. GYO option for paras who meet sub license requirements is in the works GYO option for paras who meet sub license requirements is in the works We would increase substitute pay, professional growth opportunities on-line and in DVD format, and expand GYO program to paras in order to increase the number of substitute teachers We would increase substitute pay, professional growth opportunities on-line and in DVD format, and expand GYO program to paras in order to increase the number of substitute teachers

15 2.2.2: Assess staff needs Climate surveys will be done at each school Climate surveys will be done at each school Exit surveys will continue to be taken and shared with administrative staff. Exit surveys will continue to be taken and shared with administrative staff. Student survey is administered every year through Learning Services. Student survey is administered every year through Learning Services. We would provide more staff training via multi media options (DVD, Cloud, commercial products) We would provide more staff training via multi media options (DVD, Cloud, commercial products) We would provide technology to allow staff to access what they need, when they need it. We would provide technology to allow staff to access what they need, when they need it. We would attend national, cutting edge training events We would attend national, cutting edge training events

16 2.2.3: Provide systematic on-boarding On-boarding was improved last year. On-boarding was improved last year. Last step should be in place this spring. Last step should be in place this spring. Fully automated, web based program that would connect, Payroll and Benefits Departments with Personnel and Instructional Services and The Learning Center, Public Information and Technology for seamless one stop on-boarding. Fully automated, web based program that would connect, Payroll and Benefits Departments with Personnel and Instructional Services and The Learning Center, Public Information and Technology for seamless one stop on-boarding.

17 2.3.1: Maintain Workforce Satisfaction Continue to administer and analyze exit survey data Continue to administer and analyze exit survey data Cabinet has started to investigate climate survey instruments. Cabinet has started to investigate climate survey instruments. Fun Days added to foster collegiality Fun Days added to foster collegiality We are about to get a dissertation on the topic We are about to get a dissertation on the topic Increase financial and non-financial benefits to our workforce such as tuition for continued education, increased health care costs and cutting edge in-service opportunities. Increase financial and non-financial benefits to our workforce such as tuition for continued education, increased health care costs and cutting edge in-service opportunities.

18 2.3.2: Differentiated Workforce Mentoring Addition of night custodial crew supervisor Addition of night custodial crew supervisor Development of training manuals for classified staff Development of training manuals for classified staff Pairing of administrative staff for mentoring and collaboration Pairing of administrative staff for mentoring and collaboration New teacher mentoring and training New teacher mentoring and training Compensate mentors for their additional service Compensate mentors for their additional service Provide release time for mentors and mentees to collaborate Provide release time for mentors and mentees to collaborate

19 2.3.3: Creative Scheduling of Workforce Development This is a negotiations item. Technology that could deliver multi media professional development anytime, anywhere, to anyone. Technology that could deliver multi media professional development anytime, anywhere, to anyone.

20 2.3.4: Incentives to Improve Job Satisfaction The district has been able to provide raises each of the last three years. The district has been able to provide raises each of the last three years. Fun Days Fun Days Star Polisher Star Polisher Horizon and Kansas Teacher of the Year winners Horizon and Kansas Teacher of the Year winners Mr. Schuttes doctoral dissertation will focus on this topic! Mr. Schuttes doctoral dissertation will focus on this topic!

21 Haysville USD 261 Strategic Plan Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 2009-2014

22 Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Current Classroom Utilization All High Schools98.6% All Middle Schools89.1% All Elementary Schools95.3% All Schools District-wide94.3%

23 2007-20084548.1 students+48.6 students+1.08 % 2008-20094647.8 students+99.7 students+2.19% 2009-20104733.4 students+85.6 students+1. 84% 2010-20114837.2 students+103.9 students+2.19% 2011-20124815.8 students-21.4 students-0.44% 2012-20134930.5 students+115.0 students+2.38% Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Historical Student Population Growth Rate

24 2009-104733Actual 2010-114837Actual+104 2011-124815Actual-21 2012-134930+115+94 2013-145040+110+204 2014-155141+101+305 Total Projected5141 Based on previous 5 year annual averages increase of 1.7% (2006-07 to 2014-15) Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Enrollment Projection 2013-2014

25 Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Student Access to Computers (Computer Count) Index Historical Growth YearIndex 2006-072.80 2007-082.49 2008-092.28 2009-101.98 2010-111.81 2011-121.82

26 Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Possible Facilities & Infrastructure Improvements New Additional High School Haysville Middle School Renovation FEMA safe rooms at Ruth Clark Elementary School and Haysville Middle School Replace roofs at several schools Replacement School Buildings for Nelson and Rex Elementary Schools Exterior weatherization at Nelson and Rex Elementary Schools Remodel Campus High School Swimming Pool Landscape engineering to improve drainage at Freeman and Ruth Clark Elementary Schools Implement additional security upgrades (cameras, lighting, entry systems, bollards)

27 Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Possible Facilities & Infrastructure Improvements Electronic Signage for all Schools Additional Parking Lot for Oatville Elementary School Upgrade of Haysville West Middle School football and track facilities Upgrade Campus High School Sports practice facilities Continue to lower the Student Access to Computers (Computer Count) ratio index

28 Strategic Goal Area 3: Facilities and Infrastructure October 2012 Recommendations Facilities and Infrastructure staff undertake one additional year of research into projected USD261 student population growth and recommended facilities and infrastructure improvements Postpone for one year the establishment of a school community Facilities and Infrastructure Master Planning Committee

29 1.Ask principals to estimate the monetary value of all gifts over $25.00 and provide a total for the school year. 2.Ask the principals to create a list of community partners. 3.Create a scroll of strategic partners by building to be placed on each school website. 4.Create a scroll of district strategic partners to be placed on the district website. 5.Create new methods of getting our message out to our public and partners.

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