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1 1 Strategic Visioning Process Pleasant Valley District #62

2 Jim Shipley & Associates, Inc. December Where are we now? How will we get to where we want to be? Needs Assessment Defining Key Areas To Improve Goal Setting Gap Analysis SMART Goals Strategies Vision and Mission Where do we want to be? Action Planning Implement Strategies Implement Strategies Best Practice Staff Development Review and Revise Monitor Adjust Improve What are we learning? Adjust Structures &Processes Stakeholder Input/ Impacts Strategic Planning Process Annual- Formative Multi-Year: Summative

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4 4 Guiding Principles related to the Strategic Planning Process Strategic planning must include stakeholder participation to ensure ownership. Strategic planning must be done in the context of the current reality of the district. It must be continuous. –Build on Strengths –Reflect upon Opportunities for Improvement Strategic planning must consider new requirements –New knowledge –Changes in both the internal and external environment Strategic planning must set clear direction with measures to monitor and track progress. Strategic planning must be strategic. It must set expectations for operational planning.

5 5 Outcomes of the Strategic Planning Process To enlist the participation of stakeholder groups- board of education, certified and support staff, administration, parents, students and community to assess the current performance results of the district and envision a preferred future. To use data to drive decision making for continuous improvement. To determine gaps between the current performance and the preferred future performance. To ensure a process to bring the plan to life through actions, monitoring, and tracking/reporting progress.

6 6 The Strategic Plan will include: –Mission –Vision –Values/Beliefs –Goals and Key Indicators of Success –Strategies

7 Jim Shipley & Associates, Inc. December Process Parts PART ONE: Determine the current state of the district. Identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats PART TWO: Determine the PREFERRED FUTURE state of the district. Identify how we hope the district will look 8-10 years from now. PART THREE: Determine our goals, priorities, strategies and actions to get us from where we are to where we hope to be. PART FOUR: Living the plan. Strategic Planning

8 8 PART ONE: Determine the current state of the district State of District System Assessment Visit (Optional) District Self- Assessment Strengths Opportunities For Improvement Plan Team Data Retreat

9 9 PART TWO: Determine the PREFERRED FUTURE School/ Community Visioning Forums Vision Mission Values/Beliefs Goals Writing Team Draft Plan Team Visioning Retreat Current Strategic Plan Mission and Vision Belief

10 10 PART THREE: Setting Improvement Direction Plan Team Direction Setting Retreat Scorecard Goals Measures Timelines Strategies Visioning Retreat Findings Data Retreat Findings

11 11 PART THREE: Setting Improvement Direction Plan Team Revision Approval Scorecard Goals Measures Timelines Strategies Visioning Retreat Findings Writing Team Board of Education Refinement Approval Data Retreat Findings

12 12 TACTICAL AND OPERATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS INTO ACTIONS Align Performance Goals Plan-Do-Study-Act teams Align monitoring system Align school and Department plans Report Progress BOARD APPROVAL Spring Spring, Summer, Fall Ongoing

13 Jim Shipley & Associates, Inc. December Deliverables One Page Strategic Plan- Vision, Mission, Values/Beliefs, Goals, Strategies Support Document containing details related to the One-Page Plan Strategic Planning

14 14 Follow-Up Possible Deliverables Development of the District Scorecard Alignment of School Improvement Planning Process to District Strategic Plan Alignment of Senior Leaders Performance Goals to Strategic Plan Facilitation of Strategy Action Plans Facilitation of Monitoring and Reporting Process

15 core values: Learner Focus: We will make decisions in the best interests of our students. We believe that students should be for their own learning. We believe that essential assessment information drive instruction. Environment: We recognize that everyone shares in the responsibility of creating a safe, nurturing environment in which students and supported and encouraged to learn. Keep learners on winning streaks, not losing streaks. Continuous: We are committed to continual improvement; improvement in all initiatives by using the processes of planning, implementing, studying, and reflecting. Continuous improvement processes cause us to be better and more efficient in what we do. Quality Employees: We recognize that our ability to attract and retain quality employees enhances our ability to achieve our mission and vision. Innovation/ Training: We believe that continued learning for faculty and staff keeps the district current, leading-edge, aligned to best practices, and better equipped to ensure our mission and vision. We know that technology can enhance both teaching and learning. Learning Community: We will keep a sharp focus on learning, collaboration, and results as we monitor our progress. We support a shared vision and commitment to collaboration and communication. We recognize that a partnership with parents and community enhances our success. Accountability: We will be accountable to our community that created, maintains, and sustains us. We will be responsible for our successes or failures. Communication: We will adhere to the practice of listening to all stakeholders and responding with clear, frequent, open, thoughtful and honest communication. Integrity/Respect: We will demonstrate the highest ethical standards of behaviors in all of our interactions with staff, students, parents, community, and business partners. We will treat each other with kindness, and dignity. We will embrace diversity. We will treat each other like we would want to be treated. Resources: We will align our resources of people, time and money to make progress. vision: mission: To form a partnership with our learning community to ensure every child reaches their potential academically, socially, and emotionally. Be recognized as a school district who values each learners unique strengths, challenges, and needs, and holds a vision of high expectations that each student leave high school able to be successful education, the Think creatively Know their passions, strengths, and challenges Lead healthy, happy lives Be ethical and caring citizens of a diverse world Identify and solve complex and meaningful problems Communicate and work well with others Be self-directed, motivated, life-long learners

16 Priority 1: Provide an effective instructional program to ensure growth for every student Align learning, social/emotional standards, multiple assessments, and instruction Increase student responsibility for their own learning Develop and assess intervention programs to close the achievement gap as well as meet the needs/requirements of students who excel Address student discipline to ensure a respectful learning environment Restructure Crete Monee High School to ensure success with state requirements Priority 2: Attract and retain quality staff in a self-renewing Organization Identify, track, monitor, and report performance results around measurable goals Enhance communication and collaboration between the Board and district employees Design and deploy a meaningful, aligned employee evaluation system Act on staff satisfaction data Priority 3: Engage community partnerships Enhance communication and collaboration between the Board and parents/ community so as to improve public perception Engage parents as partners in appropriate decision-making that impacts student performance Act on student, parent and community satisfaction data Priority 4: Maintain resource stewardship Sustain financial health and safe, inviting facilities Evaluate and improve effective and efficient use technology Evaluate and improve effective use of capital and instructional resources

17 17 District Scorecard PriorityGoalIndicatorsWhenBGC Student Achievement/ Learning Environment Provide an effective instructional program to ensure growth for every student Graduation Rate/Drop out Rate Retention Rate K-5 Failure Rate 6-12 ISAT 3-8, PSAE 11 EXPLORE/PLAN/ACT Aims Web K-6 Benchmark Assessments K-8 Benchmark Assessments 9-11 Attendance Discipline Referrals Student Engagement Annual Quarterly Annual 2 x annually Trimester Semester Monthly 2 x annually Fiscal Health Make effective, efficient, and equitable use of resources Budget to Actual Annual Financial Report Yearly Fund Balances State Financial Profile Rating Quarterly Annual Customer Service Engage community partnerships Student Satisfaction Parent Satisfaction Annual Quality Personnel Attract and retain quality staff in a self-renewing organization Staff Satisfaction Staff Retention Rate Continuing Education Grievances Annual Semester


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