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1 The mission of the Warren Consolidated Schools, in partnership with families and the community, is to achieve a level of excellence in teaching and learning which enables all students to become knowledgeable, productive, ethical and successful citizens. Our Mission

2 We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success________ Where Children Succeed Our Vision We’re creating a collaborative culture of stakeholders committed to scholarship and creating success for our staff and students.

3 We are : We are WCS: Student Achievement Clear Expectations Strong Relationships

4 Together We are WCS We value high standards. We envision success for our students and staff We lead by focusing on achievement We drive teaching and learning supported by research We organize data and examine results to support continuous improvement We target resources to support the classroom We engage stakeholders to support student learning We are committed to supporting sustainable improvement practices

5 AdvancED--NCA District Accreditation WCS is working on attaining district-level NCA Accreditation WCS schools have been NCA-Accredited for many years WCS will host a Quality Assurance Review (QAR) Team Visit: April 10-13, 2011 The QAR Team will validate and recognize our district’s commitment to: Improving student performance Improving organizational effectiveness Demonstrating sustainable improvement We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success Where Children Succeed

6 AdvancED/NCA Quality Standards Vision and Purpose – The district establishes and communicates a shared purpose and direction for improving the performance of students and the effectiveness of the school/system. Governance and Leadership – The district provides governance and leadership that promote student performance and school/system effectiveness. Teaching and Learning – The district provides research-based curriculum and instructional methods that facilitate achievement for all students. Documenting and Using Results – The district enacts a comprehensive assessment system that monitors and documents performance and uses these results to improve student performance and school effectiveness. Resources and Support Systems – The district has the resources and services necessary to support its vision and purpose and to ensure achievement for all students. Stakeholder Communications and Relationships – The district fosters effective communications and relationships with and among its stakeholders. Commitment to Continuous Improvement – The district establishes, implements and monitors a continuous process of improvement that focuses on student performance. We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed

7 Commitment To Continuous Improvement Current Reality: Data Collection/Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose Governance and Leadership Teaching and Learning Documenting and Using Results Resources and Support Systems Stakeholder Communication and Relationships Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success Where Children Succeed School Improvement Process We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success________ Where Children Succeed

8 Vision and Purpose The district establishes and communicates a shared purpose and direction for improving the performance of students and the effectiveness of the school/system. Exemplified by: District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools District Strategic Plan based on Mission and Vision Curriculum and Professional Development support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs support Mission and Vision Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent-Stakeholder Focus Groups support Mission and Vision District School Improvement Team established to support Mission and Vision

9 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Teaching and Learning Documenting and Using Results Resources and Support Systems Communication with Stakeholders and Relationships Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed

10 Governance and Leadership The district provides governance and leadership that promote student performance and school/system effectiveness. Exemplified by: Board of Education (public elected) Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals and Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with all Federal/State Laws WCS Board Policies/Guidelines established and reviewed (online) Shared Decision-making opportunities among stakeholders Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, Health Advisory Board, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership Team, District School Improvement Team, Union Leadership teams

11 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership, District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning Documenting and Using Results Resources and Support Systems Communication with Stakeholders and Relationships

12 Resources and Support Services The district has the resources and services necessary to support its vision and purpose and to ensure achievement for all students. Exemplified by: Full time departments: Operations, Curriculum/Instruction, Student Services, Human Resources, Transportation, Nutrition, Instructional Technology, Business/Finance District Data Management Systems Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System Legal representation and support K-12 two-way bus transportation Full time K-12 Support Staff: Counselors, Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL Staff, Title I and Sec 31a Staff, Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, Bus drivers, clerical, IT techs, custodial /trades and nutrition services support student success Title I support in 17 schools (12 Elementaries; 5 Middle Schools) Section 31a and Title III support in all schools Title IIa resources to support Instructional Staff Professional Development Centralized Registration Services Facilities Plan; Renewable Energy Plan Emergency Crisis Plan, Intra-district Walkie-Talkie Communications, Annual Fire Inspections, AED equipment in all schools Technology Plan; IT Help Desk Private Schools’ Support: Special Education, Nutrition Services, Title I, Title IIa External Supports: Michigan Dept of Ed, Macomb Intermediate School District, CARE of Macomb County, Winning Futures, Macomb Health Department, Cities of Warren, Sterling Hts, and Troy: Police and Fire Depts., Parks and Rec. Warren Community Center, Public Libraries, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundations

13 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership, District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning Documenting and Using Results Communication with Stakeholders and Relationships Resources and Support Systems Full time departments Student Data Management System: Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System K-12 Counselors. Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL, Title I, Sec 31a Staff, K-12 Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, clerical, custodial, nutrition services K-12 two-way bus transportation District Print Shop Title I support in 17 schools Sec 31a, Title III support in all schools Title IIa supports Instructional Prof Dev Private Schools Support: Special Education, Title IIa, Title I; Crisis Management Plan, Warren, Sterling Hts, Troy Police and Fire; Parks and Rec, Warren Community Center, Libraries MDE, MISD, Macomb Cty Health Dept, CARE of Macomb Cty, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundation

14 Teaching and Learning The district provides research-based curriculum and instructional methods that facilitate achievement for all students. Exemplified by: Professional Learning Communities at all schools Online Research-based Curriculum Research-based Instructional Strategies Preschool, World of Fours, Early Childhood Special Education Program, All day Kindergarten K-12 Physical Education Program; K-12 Fine Arts Program; K-12 World Languages Program; K-12 Media Specialists; ESL Classes, Career Technical Educational Classes at all High Schools HS: Career Prep Center; Macomb Math, Science, Technology Center; WCS Performing Arts Center, Radio and TV program Alternative Education Programs: Community High School, North Star Academy Title I and Sec. 31a Intervention/Instructional Programs Special Education Programs in all schools Advanced Placement courses Dual Enrollment Opportunities WCS Technology Plan; 21 st Century Technology Initiative District/School Professional Development Private Schools’ Support: Specials classes

15 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning PLCs Online Research-based Curriculum Research-based Instructional Strategies Preschool, World of 4s, ECSE All day Kindergarten K-12 Core Classes, Fine Arts, Phys Ed, World Lang AP courses; Dual Enrollment, CTE classes, E2020, Gen Net Comprehensive Assessment Plan District/School Professional Development Private Schools Support: Specials classes Documenting and Using Results Resources and Support Systems Full time departments Student Data Management System: Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System K-12 Counselors. Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL, Title I, Sec 31a Staff, K-12 Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, clerical, custodial, nutrition services K-12 two-way bus transportation District Print Shop Title I support in 17 schools Sec 31a, Title III support in all schools Title IIa supports Instructional Prof Dev Private Schools Support: Special Education, Title IIa, Title I; Crisis Management Plan, Warren, Sterling Hts, Troy Police and Fire; Parks and Rec, Warren Community Center, Libraries MDE, MISD, Macomb Cty Health Dept, CARE of Macomb Cty,, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundation Communication with Stakeholders and Relationships

16 Documenting and Using Results The district enacts a comprehensive assessment system that monitors and documents performance and uses these results to improve student performance and school effectiveness. Exemplified by: Schools engage in SIP and PLC Meetings to analyze data, inform instruction and develop goals and objectives Comprehensive Assessment System (formative and summative common assessments, district and state assessments) District /School Professional Development: Analysis drives planning Departments: Data Analysis for Internal and External Reviews and Audits Budget/Resource Allocation based on data analysis Data Management Systems: Powerschool, Data Director, Data 4 Success, Meal Magic, Edulog, AS 400, School Dude, TieNet District and School Improvement Plans and Process District and School Data Profiles informs improvement planning District School Improvement Team monitors Improvement Plans

17 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning PLCs Online Research-based Curriculum Research-based Instructional Strategies Preschool, World of 4s, ECSE All day Kindergarten K-12 Core Classes, Fine Arts, Phys Ed, World Lang AP courses; Dual Enrollment, CTE classes, E2020, Gen Net Comprehensive Assessment Plan District/School Professional Development Private Schools Support: Specials classes Documenting and Using Results Schools engage in SIP and PLC Meetings to analyze data, inform instruction and develop goals and objectives Comprehensive Assessment System Prof Dev. Analysis drives planning Departments: Data Analysis for Internal /External Reviews and Audits Budget/Resource Allocation based on data analysis Data Management Systems District and School Improvement Plans and Process District and School Data Profiles District School Improvement Team monitors Improvement Plans Resources and Support Systems Full time departments Student Data Management System: Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System K-12 Counselors. Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL, Title I, Sec 31a Staff, K-12 Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, clerical, custodial, nutrition services K-12 two-way bus transportation District Print Shop Title I support in 17 schools Sec 31a, Title III support in all schools Title IIa supports Instructional Prof Dev Private Schools Support: Special Education, Title IIa, Title I; Crisis Management Plan, Warren, Sterling Hts, Troy Police and Fire; Parks and Rec, Warren Community Center, Libraries MDE, MISD, Macomb Cty Health Dept, CARE of Macomb Cty, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundation Stakeholder Communications and Relationships

18 The district fosters effective communications and relationships with and among its stakeholders. Exemplified by: District/School Websites, Cable TV, District , District Calendar District /School Newsletters Departmental Meetings Board of Education Meetings: Open to the Public; televised/radio Administrator Meetings (weekly, monthly) Central Office-Union Leadership Meetings Parent-Teacher Conferences, Child Study/IEP/504 Meetings PTO/PTC/Boosters at all schools District Superintendent-PTO Leadership Meetings Title I/III Parent Meetings; ELL Parent Advisory Committee Building Policy Meetings District/School Improvement Meetings Superintendent-Stakeholder Focus Groups Webpages and key documents translated

19 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning PLCs Online Research-based Curriculum Research-based Instructional Strategies Preschool, World of 4s, ECSE All day Kindergarten K-12 Core Classes, Fine Arts, Phys Ed, World Lang AP courses; Dual Enrollment, CTE classes, E2020, Gen Net Comprehensive Assessment Plan District/School Professional Development Private Schools Support: Specials classes Documenting and Using Results Schools engage in SIP and PLC Meetings to analyze data, inform instruction and develop goals and objectives Comprehensive Assessment System Prof Dev. Analysis drives planning Departments: Data Analysis for Internal /External Reviews and Audits Budget/Resource Allocation based on data analysis Data Management Systems District and School Improvement Plans and Process District and School Data Profiles District School Improvement Team monitors Improvement Plans Resources and Support Systems Full time departments Student Data Management System: Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System K-12 Counselors. Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL, Title I, Sec 31a Staff, K-12 Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, clerical, custodial, nutrition services K-12 two-way bus transportation District Print Shop Title I support in 17 schools Sec 31a, Title III support in all schools Title IIa supports Instructional Prof Dev Private Schools Support: Special Education, Title IIa, Title I; Crisis Management Plan, Warren, Sterling Hts, Troy Police and Fire; Parks and Rec, Warren Community Center, Libraries MDE, MISD, Macomb Cty Health Dept, CARE of Macomb Cty, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundation Stakeholder Communications and Relationships District/School Websites, Cable TV, District , District Calendar District Newsletters Department Meetings Board of Ed. Meetings Administrator Meetings Central Office-Union Leadership Meetings Parent-Teacher Conferences Title I/III Parent Meetings, ELL Parent Adv Building Policy Meetings District/School Improvement Meetings Superintendent-Stakeholder Focus Groups

20 Commitment to Continuous Improvement The district establishes, implements and monitors a continuous process of improvement that focuses on student performance. Exemplified by: Superintendent, Cabinet and Board of Education review of district goals (quarterly, annual) Annual Department Goals and Review Process Annual Department external audits Schools complete annual AdvancED Self Assessment Reports District SAR review by over 200 stakeholders ( ) Title I Schools’ Program Annual Reviews Title I, III MDE On-Site Reviews (2008, 2009) Professional Learning Communities External Review by Solution Tree, Inc. (2008) School /District Improvement Plan Calendars Resources Allocated to all schools for School Improvement Activities District commitment to PLC and SIP Processes Board of Education approval of annual district/school plans and Title I Schoolwide Plans District School Improvement Team monitors district/school improvement plans Annual Board of Education Presentations on Student Achievement Results; District/School Annual Reports, Curriculum Adoptions

21 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Annual Dept. Goals and Review /Audit Process AdvancED Self Assessment Reports District SAR review by over 200 stakeholders ( ) Title I Schools’ Annual Reviews Title I, III MDE On-Site Reviews (2008, 2009) PLC External Review by Solution Tree, Inc. (2008) School /District Improvement Plan Calendars Resources Allocated to all schools for SIP District commitment to PLC and SIP Processes Bd of ED approves district/school plans, Title I Schoolwide Plans District School Improvement Team monitors district/school plans Board of Education Presentations on Student Achievement Superintendent, Cabinet and Board of Education review of district goals Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning PLCs Online Research-based Curriculum Research-based Instructional Strategies Preschool, World of 4s, ECSE All day Kindergarten K-12 Core Classes, Fine Arts, Phys Ed, World Lang AP courses; Dual Enrollment, CTE classes, E2020, Gen Net Comprehensive Assessment Plan District/School Professional Development Private Schools Support: Specials classes Documenting and Using Results Schools engage in SIP and PLC Meetings to analyze data, inform instruction and develop goals and objectives Comprehensive Assessment System Prof Dev. Analysis drives planning Departments: Data Analysis for Internal /External Reviews and Audits Budget/Resource Allocation based on data analysis Data Management Systems District and School Improvement Plans and Process District and School Data Profiles District School Improvement Team monitors Improvement Plans Resources and Support Systems Full time departments Data Management Systems Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System K-12 Counselors. Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL, Title I, Sec 31a Staff, K-12 Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, clerical, custodial, nutrition services K-12 two-way bus transportation District Print Shop Title I support in 17 schools Sec 31a, Title III support in all schools Title IIa supports Instructional Prof Dev Private Schools Support: Special Education, Title IIa, Title I; Crisis Management Plan, Warren, Sterling Hts, Troy Police and Fire; Parks and Rec, Warren Community Center, LIbraries MDE, MISD, Macomb Cty Health Dept, CARE of Macomb Cty, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundation Stakeholder Communications and Relationships District/School Websites District Newsletters Department Meetings Board of Ed. Meetings Administrator Meetings Central Office-Union Leadership Meetings Parent-Teacher Conferences Title I/III Parent Meetings Building Policy Meetings School Improvement Meetings Superintendent-Parent Focus Groups

22 Commitment to Continuous Improvement Annual Dept. Goals and Review /Audit Process AdvancED Self Assessment Reports District SAR review by over 200 stakeholders ( ) Title I Schools’ Annual Reviews Title I, III MDE On-Site Reviews (2008, 2009) PLC External Review by Solution Tree, Inc. (2008) School /District Improvement Plan Calendars Resources Allocated to all schools for SIP District commitment to PLC and SIP Processes Bd of ED approves district/school plans, Title I Schoolwide Plans District School Improvement Team monitors district/school plans Board of Education Presentations on Student Achievement Superintendent, Cabinet and Board of Education review of district goals Vision: We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed Current Reality: Data Analysis Develop/Implement Plan Monitor/ Evaluate Plan Vision and Purpose District/School Mission and Vision via actions, newsletters, webpage Reaffirmed at all Board of Education Meetings Reaffirmed on a yearly basis at all schools Curriculum and Prof Dev support Mission and Vision Instructional and Non-instructional programs Resource Allocation process supports Mission and Vision District Commitment to PLC, SIP, RTI, Blue Ribbon Initiatives Superintendent -Stakeholder Focus Groups Governance and Leadership Board of Education Full time Superintendent and Cabinet Full time Principals/Assistants Full time Department Administrators Compliance with Federal/State Laws Board Policies/Guidelines (online) Shared Decision-making among stakeholders System Leadership Opportunities: PLC, SIP, CSC, PSD, Curriculum Teams, Child Study Teams, HAB, WCS Health Council, WCS PTO Leadership District-SIP Team, Union leadership Teaching and Learning PLCs Online Research-based Curriculum Research-based Instructional Strategies Preschool, World of 4s, ECSE All day Kindergarten K-12 Core Classes, Fine Arts, Phys Ed, World Lang AP courses; Dual Enrollment, CTE classes, E2020, Gen Net Comprehensive Assessment Plan District/School Professional Development Private Schools Support: Specials classes Documenting and Using Results Schools engage in SIP and PLC Meetings to analyze data, inform instruction and develop goals and objectives Comprehensive Assessment System Prof Dev. Analysis drives planning Departments: Data Analysis for Internal /External Reviews and Audits Budget/Resource Allocation based on data analysis Data Management Systems District and School Improvement Plans and Process District and School Data Profiles District School Improvement Team monitors Improvement Plans Resources and Support Systems Full time departments Data Management Systems Electronic Textbook/Library Inventory and Ordering System K-12 Counselors. Psychologists, Social Workers, Speech Pathologists, Special Education Staff, ESL, Title I, Sec 31a Staff, K-12 Media Specialists, Nurses, Police Liaisons, Security Guards, Latchkey, clerical, custodial, nutrition services K-12 two-way bus transportation District Print Shop Title I support in 17 schools Sec 31a, Title III support in all schools Title IIa supports Instructional Prof Dev Private Schools Support: Special Education, Title IIa, Title I; Crisis Management Plan, Warren, Sterling Hts, Troy Police and Fire; Parks and Rec, Warren Community Center, Libraries MDE, MISD, Macomb Cty Health Dept, CARE of Macomb Cty, Professional Organizations, WC Educational Foundation Communication with Stakeholders and Relationships District/School Websites, Cable TV,, District Calendar, District District Newsletters Department Meetings Board of Ed. Meetings Administrator Meetings Central Office-Union Leadership Meetings Parent-Teacher Conferences Title I/III Parent Meetings; ELL Parent Adv. Building Policy Meetings District/School Improvement Meetings Superintendent-School Focus Groups

23 The mission of the Warren Consolidated Schools, in partnership with families and the community, is to achieve a level of excellence in teaching and learning which enables all students to become knowledgeable, productive, ethical and successful citizens. Our Mission

24 We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success________ Where Children Succeed Our Vision We’re creating a collaborative culture of stakeholders committed to scholarship and creating success for our staff and students.

25 AdvancED--NCA District Accreditation WCS is working on attaining district-level NCA Accreditation WCS schools have been NCA-Accredited for many years WCS will host a Quality Assurance Review (QAR) Team Visit: April 10-13, 2011 The QAR Team will validate and recognize our district’s commitment to: Improving student performance Improving organizational effectiveness Demonstrating sustainable improvement We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success Where Children Succeed

26 What is your role in the life of a WCS student? We’re Collaborative Stakeholders We’re Committed Scholars We’re Creating Success_________ Where Children Succeed


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