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1 PAULDING COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT STAKEHOLDER’S MEETING February 4, 2013

2 Tonight’s Agenda  Welcome!  Paulding County High School Academy of Science, Research, & Medicine  Update from October Stakeholder’s Meeting  Strategic Plan Information  Fall SACS Survey Summary  Parent Involvement Feedback

3 Update from October Stakeholder’s Meeting  Carousel on the District Priorities  Updated and finalized the District Improvement Plan  Added writing goals as recommended SMART Goal 3.18: The school district will increase the percentage of high school students who meet or exceed on the Georgia High School Writing Test from 88.1% to 89.6% in 2013. SMART Goal 3.19: The school district will increase the percentage of grade 8 students who meet or exceed on the Georgia Writing Test from 83.1% to 84.6% in 2013. SMART Goal 3.20: The school district will increase the percentage of grade 5 students who meet or exceed on the Georgia Writing Test from 80% to 81.5% in 2013.

4 Update from October Stakeholder’s Meeting  Shared SACS Process  Reviewed SACS Survey Data  Conducting Self Assessment  Writing Executive Summaries THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK AND SUPPORT!

5 Strategic Plan Information

6 Strategic Plan What is a Strategic Plan? Strategic planning is an organization’s process of defining its direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this direction. A Strategic Plan is a document that articulates where an organization is going over the next 5 years through long term goals. Key Components: Mission, Vision, Beliefs, Goals & Strategies How is this different than our District Improvement Plan? Our district improvement plan is an annual plan, that aligns with the Strategic Plan, and provides our district with more specific short term goals that are evaluated from year to year.

7 Where does it fit? Strategic Plan District Improvement Plan Elementary School School Improvement Plans Grade Level Improvement Plans Middle School School Improvement Plans Team Improvement Plans High School School Improvement Plans Department Improvement Plans

8 Improvement Planning Process

9 Strategic Plan: Goal 1 Goal 1: As a result of a rigorous K-12 program all students will graduate from high school prepared to be productive citizens in the 21 st century. Implement and expand non-traditional supports for student engagement and graduation Implement a shared K-12 focus on all students’ graduation from high school Expand the use of research based instructional interventions, K- 12, to ensure student engagement and learning for all students Provide job-embedded professional learning

10 Strategic Plan: Goal 2 Goal 2: All students will meet or exceed academic expectations. Expand efforts to recruit, induct, and retain high quality teachers Build capacity to develop strong educational leaders Strengthen the use of best practices in curriculum, instruction, and assessment Plan and support learning for students in critical subgroups and those at risk for failure Provide job-embedded professional learning

11 Strategic Plan: Goal 3 Goal 3: All students will attend school in a safe, healthy, and supportive environment. Increase student and staff attendance. Enhance and maintain positive school cultures. Provide job-embedded professional learning.

12 Strategic Plan: Goal 4 Goal 4: All stakeholders will share the responsibility of preparing students to be lifelong learners and contributing members of the community. Expand the school district’s focus on public relations Increase collaboration with external agencies Expand the school district’s support of family involvement Expand supportive relationships with businesses and civic organizations Provide job-embedded professional learning

13 Strategic Plan: Goal 5 Goal 5: School district processes and procedures will support the local school improvement efforts. Enhance school district support for schools in continuous improvement planning Increase the use of technology to support district and school goals Continue allocation of resources to support district and school functions Improve intra-district communication

14 Next Steps Continue to analyze our current state through data collection Collaborate to revise and update strategies that will address our needs Communicate plan and seek feedback from stakeholders

15 SACS Survey Update

16 Fall SACS Stakeholder’s Survey Survey conducted September 2012 5,595 Parents Completed Survey 17,847 Students Completed Survey 1,899 Staff Completed Survey Next Survey: March 2013

17 SACS Surveys: Parent, Staff & MS/HS Students SACS Standards: 1)Purpose & Direction 2)Governance & Leadership 3)Teaching & Assessing for Learning 4)Resources & Support Systems 5)Using Results for Continuous Improvement Survey Scale – 1 to 5

18 SACS Surveys: Elementary Students SACS Standards: 1)Purpose & Direction 2)Governance & Leadership 3)Teaching & Assessing for Learning 4)Resources & Support Systems 5)Using Results for Continuous Improvement Survey Scale – 1 to 3

19 Parent Survey Summary  The school’s leadership implements a continuous improvement process that provides clear direction for improving conditions that support student learning. (3.81)  Leadership and staff foster a culture consistent with the schools purpose and direction. (3.8)  The school’s curriculum provides equitable and challenging learning experiences that ensure all students have sufficient opportunities to develop learning, thinking, and life skills that lead to success at the next level. (3.83)  Teachers implement the school’s instructional process in support of student learning. (3.91)  Qualified professional and support staff are sufficient in number to fulfill their roles and responsibilities necessary to support the schools purpose, direction, and the educational program. (3.94)  The school maintains facilities, services, and equipment to provide a safe, clean, and healthy environment for all students and staff. (4.13)  Students and school personnel use a range of media and information resources to support the school’s educational programs. (3.88)

20 Parent Survey Summary  The governing body ensures that the school leadership has the autonomy to meet goals for achievement and instruction and to manage day-to-day operations effectively. (3.56)  The school provides and coordinates learning support services to meet the unique learning needs of all students. (3.6)  Teachers participate in collaborative learning communities to improve instruction and student learning. (3.62)  Teachers engage students in their learning through instructional strategies that ensure achievement of learning expectations. (3.64)  The school engages families in meaningful ways in their children’s education and keeps them informed of their children’s learning progress. (3.64)

21 Staff Survey Summary Areas of Strength  The school engages in a systematic, inclusive, and comprehensive process to review, revise, and communicate a school purpose for student success. (4.35)  The school’s leadership implements a continuous improvement process that provides clear direction for improving conditions that support student learning. (4.43)  The governing body operates responsibly and functions effectively. (4.37)  The governing body establishes polices and supports practices that ensures effective administration of the school. (4.33)  Leadership and staff foster a culture consistent with the school’s purpose and direction. (4.35)  Qualified professional and support staff are sufficient in number to fulfill their roles and responsibilities necessary to support the schools purpose, direction, and the educational program. (4.4)  The school maintains facilities, services and equipment to provide a safe, clean and healthy environment for all students and staff. (4.38)

22 Staff Survey Summary Areas for Improvement  Mentoring, coaching, and induction programs support instructional improvement consistent with the school’s values and beliefs about teaching and learning. (3.8)  The school engages families in meaningful ways in their children’s education and keeps them informed of their children’s learning progress. (3.96)  Teachers participate in collaborative learning communities to improve instruction and student learning. (3.92)  The technology infrastructure supports the school’s teaching, learning, and operational needs. (3.87)

23 MS/HS Student Survey Summary Areas of Strength  The school engages in a systematic, inclusive, and comprehensive process to review, revise, and communicate a school purpose for student success. (3.89)  The school engages in a continuous process to determine verifiable improvement in student learning, including readiness and success for the next level. (3.79)  The school’s curriculum provides equitable and challenging learning experiences that ensure all students have sufficient opportunities to develop learning, thinking, and life skills that lead to success at the next level. (3.75)  Curriculum, instruction, and assessment are monitored and adjusted systematically in response to data from multiple assessments of student learning and an examination of professional practice. (3.9)  Teachers implement the school’s instructional process in support of student learning. (3.85)  Students and school personnel use a range of media and information resources to support the school’s educational programs. (3.86)

24 MS/HS Student Survey Summary Areas for Improvement  Teachers engage students in their learning through instructional strategies that ensure achievement of learning expectations. (3.37)  The school has a formal structure whereby each student is well known by at least one adult advocate in the school who supports that student’s educational experience. (3.38)  The school maintains facilities, services, and equipment to provide a safe, clean, and healthy environment for all students and staff. (3.12)  The technology infrastructure supports the school’s teaching, learning, and operational needs. (3.27)  Leadership monitors and communicates comprehensive information about student learning, conditions that support student learning, and the achievement of school improvement goals to stakeholders. (3.33)

25 Elementary Student Survey Summary Areas of Strength  The school engages in a systematic, inclusive, and comprehensive process to review, revise, and communicate a school purpose for student success.  Leadership and staff foster a culture consistent with the schools purpose and direction.  The school’s curriculum provides equitable and challenging learning experiences that ensure all students have sufficient opportunities to develop learning, thinking, and life skills that lead to success at the next level.  School leaders monitor and support the improvement of instructional practices of teachers to ensure student success.  Students and school personnel use a range of media and information resources to support the schools educational programs.  The school engages in a continuous process to determine verifiable improvement in student learning, including readiness and success for the next level.  Leadership monitors and communicate comprehensive information about student learning, conditions that support student learning, and the achievement of school improvement goals to stakeholders.

26 Elementary Student Survey Summary Areas for Improvement  The school engages families in meaningful way in their children’s education and keeps them informed of their children’s learning progress. (2.6 K- 2nd) (2.44 3 rd -5 th )  The school maintains a clearly defined and comprehensive student assessment system. (2.31 3 rd -5 th )

27 Next Steps Have used our Fall Survey Data to analyze our current state through SACS Self Assessment Collaborate to revise and update strategies that will address our needs in our school and district planning Communicate plan and seek feedback from stakeholders on our Spring Survey

28 Parent Involvement Feedback Consider… Forms of Communication District/School Environment Parent Opportunities Resources for Parents and Families Continue to… Forms of Communication District/School Environment Parent Opportunities Resources for Parents and Families In regards to involving and communicating with parents, I feel that the district and schools should…

29 REMINDER!

30 Thank you for coming! We appreciate you!


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