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1 Dr. Donnie W. Evans State District Superintendent Page 1 of 2 Eileen F. Shafer Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education

2 HIGH SCHOOL AND ACADEMY DATA Page 1 of 7 Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation

3 High School and Academies Data Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation Page 2 of 7

4 High School and Academies Data Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation Page 3 of 7

5 High School and Academies Data Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation Page 4 of 7

6 High School and Academies Data Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation Page 5 of 7

7 High School and Academies Data Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation Page 6 of 7 9th GRADE PLACEMENT READING LEVEL RESULTS FOR JFK SENDING SCHOOLS Based on 8th Grade Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI)

8 High School and Academies Data Paterson Public Schools - Office of Curriculum and Instruction Division of Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation Page 7 of 7 9th GRADE PLACEMENT READING LEVEL RESULTS FOR EHS SENDING SCHOOLS Based on 8th Grade Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI)

9 Six sub-committees will focus on the following areas: Policy Family and community engagement Safe, Caring and Orderly Schools Efficient & Responsive Operations Effective Academic Programs Research and Development Six sub-committees will focus on the following areas: Policy Family and community engagement Safe, Caring and Orderly Schools Efficient & Responsive Operations Effective Academic Programs Research and Development Page 1 of 2

10 STRATEGY: Establish a high school renewal advisory committee and schedule meetings to begin the work of the High School Renewal Initiative PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, director of communications, leadership team ACTION: Recruit stakeholders, invite, schedule, prepare, plan, sign-up for committees RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding RAC committee TIMELINE: January, 2010 Page 2 of 2

11 POLICY Page 1 of 2 Policy Sub-Committee

12 STRATEGY: Review and revise if necessary high school policies, including attendance/tardy, homework, student transfers, cut policy, credit recovery and Student Code of Conduct, to ensure consistency across the district PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, board of education, director of counseling services, guidance counselors ACTION: Revise policy, board approval and implementation RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, Board of Education commissioners, data TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 2 of 2

13 Engagement Page 1 of 5 Family, Community Engagement Sub-Committee

14 GOAL 1 The implementation of family and community engagement will focus on the following goals: Create a family and community engagement plan Develop communication and outreach systems with high school parents and guardians Develop partnerships with community organizations, agencies, businesses and institutions of higher education Implement full service/community schools

15 STRATEGY A: Guidance counselors will monitor at-risk students and communicate status to the home including attendance, academics, and behaviors PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, director of counseling services, guidance counselors, director of communications, parent liaison, parent coordinators, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB, and director of community engagement ACTION: Communicate to the home via Connect Ed, letters, personal conferences and RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, data, telephones, log book, letters and computer TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 2 of 5

16 STRATEGY B: Implement parent/community engagement plan at the High Schools in line with the District Strategic Plan PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Director of community engagement, community engagement staff, home school community liaison, parent coordinators, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, leadership team, director of communications, parent liaisons, PTA/PTO officers, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Elicit information from parents/guardians and community; develop, secure board approval and implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, parents and community members, faith-based organizations TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 3 of 5

17 STRATEGY C: Develop school partnerships with businesses and higher education PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors, high school principals, deputy superintendent, director of communications, grant supervisor ACTION: Meetings with businesses, rotary, Paterson Education Fund, higher education institutions, faith-based organizations, St. Joseph’s Hospital, municipal agencies, NJCDC, city government, United Way and health and social service agencies RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration and facility for scheduling meetings TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 4 of 5

18 STRATEGY D: Ensure collective and collaborative responsibility exists among staff and community to engage parents and the community PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, staff, community at large, home school council, deputy superintendent, director of communications, parent liaisons, parent coordinators, PTA/PTO officers, director of community engagement/assistant superintendent academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Schedule staff and community member forums at the high schools RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, community meetings and facility to meet TIMELINE: January, 2011 Page 5 of 5

19 Safe, Caring, Orderly Schools Page 1 of 10

20 GOAL 2 The implementation of safe, caring, and orderly schools will focus on the following goals: Create safe schools with healthy school cultures and climates Improve student discipline Implement personalization and student advisories Ensure clean facilities Develop students as leaders

21 STRATEGY A: Secure support from union leadership for high school renewal PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, union leaders, assistant superintendent for operations ACTION: Collaborate and negotiate contracts RESOURCES REQUIRED: District, administration and union members TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 2 of 10

22 STRATEGY B: Expand options for assisting at-risk students and decrease the dropout rate by implementing alternative high schools, in-school suspensions and counseling PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Deputy superintendent, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB, director of counseling services ACTION: Research, survey, develop, supervise and implement and track students RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration and parents TIMELINES: September, 2010 Page 3 of 10

23 STRATEGY C: Redefine the role of assistant principal at the high schools and update job description PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for operations ACTION: Revise job descriptions RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration, union leadership TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 4 of 10

24 STRATEGY D: Develop a school safety plan for both inside and outside school premises PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Director of security, police, assistant superintendent for operations, assistant superintendent for secondary education, deputy superintendent, high school principals, union leadership ACTION: Assess, develop, implement and evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, police, community and union leadership TIMELINE: January, 2011 Page 5 of 10

25 STRATEGY E: Develop and identify common areas in the floor plan for all academies PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for operations, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, executive director of facilities ACTION: Assess, develop floor plan, implement and evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration and facility staff TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 6 of 10

26 STRATEGY F: Provide and list opportunities for student voices to be heard such as student government and student roundtables with the administration PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, student body and staff, guidance counselors, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, director of counseling services ACTION: Conduct forums in school for students, student roundtables and student activity groups RESOURCES REQUIRED: Advisor, staff and administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 7 of 10

27 STRATEGY G: Use data to improve healthy school climate, organization, curricula and instruction PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, deputy superintendent, high school staff, director of security, director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for operations, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Data, revise plan, and implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, data TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 8 of 10

28 STRATEGY H: Implement and schedule personalization at high schools including student advisories PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, director of counseling services, guidance counselors ACTION: Research, develop schedule, assign advisors and implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration and students TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 9 of 10

29 STRATEGY I: Implement uniform policy for students in all of the high school academies PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, board of education, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school administrators, staff, students, parents ACTION: Survey, plan, organize, communicate, pilot, implementation of standard operating procedure with consequences, students contracts RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, students, parents, uniform vendor, communication plan TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 10 of 10

30 Efficient, Responsive Operations Page 1 of 10

31 GOAL 3 The implementation of efficient and responsive operations will focus on the following goals: Increase accountability for performance Implement customer service focus for students, staff, community and parent(s)/guardian(s) Increase capacity in the areas of curriculum and instruction, technology, and professional development

32 STRATEGY A: Revise and implement observation and evaluation procedures of staff PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for operations/union committee ACTION: Research, revise, edit and train RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration and union leaders TIMELINE: January, 2011 Page 2 of 10

33 STRATEGY B: Schedule and train administrators on the evaluation of staff PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for operations, assistant superintendent for secondary education, director of professional development ACTION: Plan, schedule and train RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration, evaluation forms TIMELINE: July, 2011 Page 3 of 10

34 STRATEGY C: Develop and implement procedures for approving new schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: County office, leadership team, deputy superintendent, state district superintendent Board of Education ACTION: Develop, secure board approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 4 of 10

35 STRATEGY D: Secure adequate funding for high school projects PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Chief financial officer, grant supervisor, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, Paterson Education Fund ACTION: Grants, external funding sources RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 5 of 10

36 STRATEGY E: Review budgeted programs and develop budgets targeted to high school priorities PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Chief financial officer, deputy superintendent, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education ACTION: Review, develop, prepare, submit RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: November, 2010 Page 6 of 10

37 STRATEGY F: Secure physical facilities to support programs PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for operations, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, executive director of facilities ACTION: Investigate, gather feedback, secure, board approval RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, legal, facilities staff, NJDOE TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 7 of 10

38 STRATEGY G: Redesign comprehensive high school facilities to house each academy individually PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for operations, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, executive director of facilities ACTION: Review, redesign, schematic, schedule, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, facilities staff, scheduler TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 8 of 10

39 STRATEGY H: Increase district capacity at the high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, pupil personnel services, director of staff development ACTION: Secure funds, board approval RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 9 of 10

40 Page 10 of 10 STRATEGY I: Hire a consultant to assist in creating a school within a school model for the comprehensive high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, leadership team, director of communications, high school principals ACTION: Hire, plan, communicate, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding TIMELINE: April, 2010

41 Page 1 of 39 Effective Academic Programs Sub-Committee

42 The implementation of Effective Academic Programs will focus on the following goals: Increase student achievement Improve graduation rate Reduce dropout rate Improve communication Increase academic rigor Increase number of students attending 2 and 4 year colleges Improve healthy school cultures Increase student attendance Page 2 of 39 GOAL 4

43 STRATEGY A: Provide a training calendar for counselors on graduation requirements PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Director of professional development, director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Plan, schedule, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, training site TIMELINE: April, 2010 Page 3 of 39

44 STRATEGY B: Develop student progression plans (all grades) and schedule sessions for staff, students and parents to understand and support the plans PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Pupil personnel services, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, content area directors, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Develop, gather feedback, board approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, students, parents TIMELINE: January, 2011 Page 4 of 39

45 STRATEGY C: Implement secondary education initiatives – state regulations PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Pupil personnel services, high school principals, leadership team, state representative, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education ACTION: Assess current status, review, plan, board approval, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, state representative, state regulations, funding TIMELINES: September, 2011 Page 5 of 39

46 STRATEGY D: Review and expand honors and AP courses as well as training and testing for AP classes PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, director of counseling services, high school principals ACTION: Assess current status, review, plan, board approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 6 of 39

47 STRATEGY E: Develop vision and mission for all high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals and staff ACTION: Develop, communicate, advertise, post RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, parents, students TIMELINE: January, 2010 Page 7 of 39

48 STRATEGY F: Define, develop and implement academy themes across content areas for each academy at the high school level including internships and community service PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, content area directors, high school principals, director of counseling services, pupil personnel services, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Assess level of programs, define, review, revise, expand, board approval, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, students, parents TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 8 of 39

49 STRATEGY G: Institutionalize and schedule youth development endeavors as part of the full service school model PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals and staff, guidance counselors, pupil personnel services, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Review, develop full service schools, secure board approval, develop partnerships, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, partners, guidance counselors, community stakeholders TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 9 of 39

50 STRATEGY H: Staff each high school site appropriately with administrators, teachers and support staff PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for operations ACTION: Evaluate, recommend RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 10 of 39

51 STRATEGY I: Review with parents, students and staff the new graduation requirements PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, director of counseling services, guidance counselors, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Develop course sequence per grade level, implement, communicate, professional development, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 11 of 39

52 STRATEGY J: Determine and implement one schedule for all high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction ACTION: Research, review, board approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, High School Renewal Advisory Committee TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 12 of 39

53 STRATEGY K: Develop and implement course guides for all high school classes and acquire board approval PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors ACTION: Assess current status, develop, supervise, distribute, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 13 of 39

54 STRATEGY L: Review and update textbook adoptions for all courses and acquire board approval PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, content area directors, high school principals ACTION: Review, research, recommend, board approval RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 14 of 39

55 STRATEGY M: Develop uniform syllabus and grading system for all courses and distribute to all classes PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, content area directors, high school principals, teachers ACTION: Develop, supervise, secure board approval, distribute, communicate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 15 of 39

56 STRATEGY N: Develop and schedule a graduation ceremony plan for all high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, leadership team, deputy superintendent ACTION: Develop, approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding TIMELINE: April, 2010 Page 16 of 39

57 STRATEGY O: Host college fairs for all high school students PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, guidance counselors, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Plan, invite, schedule, host, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, partners in higher education TIMELINE: January, 2011 Page 17 of 39

58 STRATEGY P: Implement and schedule PSAT and SAT prep programs in all of the high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, guidance counselors, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Assess current programs, plan, schedule, communicate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 18 of 39

59 STRATEGY Q: Offer seminars/workshops for students regarding the completion of college application process PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education, guidance counselors, pupil personnel services ACTION: Plan, schedule, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding, parents TIMELINE: January, 2011 Page 19 of 39

60 STRATEGY R: Implement and monitor student graduation rate and dropout rate according to state regulations regarding student cohorts PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, pupil personnel services, director of counseling services, central registration, guidance counselors, director of non-traditional programs ACTION: Data, research, tracking RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, database TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 20 of 39

61 STRATEGY S: Examine student information data quarterly for accuracy and decision making PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, director of counseling services, central registration, guidance counselors, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Review, re-enter, evaluate, analyze RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 21 of 39

62 STRATEGY T: Develop and implement a HSPA tutorial program for all high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors, high school principals, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Review, develop, approval, training, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: March, 2010 Page 22 of 39

63 STRATEGY U: Develop a summer school program for all high schools PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors, high school principals, director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Review, develop, approval, training, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: March, 2010 Page 23 of 39

64 STRATEGY V: Develop and implement a credit recovery program at all of the high schools that are full year PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors, high school principals, director of counseling services, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB, pupil personnel services ACTION: Assess current programs, review, develop, approval, training, schedule, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, parents TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 24 of 39

65 STRATEGY W: Develop practices which support college and career readiness for all students PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors, director of counseling services, guidance counselors ACTION: Develop, approval, train, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 25 of 39

66 STRATEGY X: Implement New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards which include rigorous content, integration of 21st Century knowledge and skills and global perspectives PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, content area directors, high school principals ACTION: Research, review, train, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 26 of 39

67 STRATEGY Y: Integrate technology in all content areas PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, director of professional development, content area directors, director of instructional technology and media and library services ACTION: Review, plan, approval, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, technology coordinators TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 27 of 39

68 STRATEGY Z: Provide extended learning opportunities before, during and after school such as independent study, private instruction, performing groups, internships, community service and dual enrollment PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, pupil personnel services, director of counseling services, content area directors, guidance counselors, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Assess current status, plan for full service schools, board approval, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 28 of 39

69 STRATEGY AA: Implement a full service school model at one of the high schools in the district PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for academic support/NCLB, high school principals, director of counseling services ACTION: Research, plan, develop, collaborate with service agencies and partners RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration, staff, partnerships, funding, parents, students TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 29 of 39

70 STRATEGY AB: Develop and implement a student centered learning environment to include personalization, mentors and advisories PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High School principals, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, pupil personnel services, high school staff, director of counseling services ACTION: Review, assess, plan, approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, students TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 30 of 39

71 STRATEGY AC: Identify, schedule and provide staff development for staff and administration in both academics and behavioral management for secondary education PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for secondary education, pupil personnel services, high school principals, director of professional development ACTION: Assess, plan, approval, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, consultants TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 31 of 39

72 STRATEGY AD: Create and implement a cohesive academic transitional plan from grades 6-8 to grade 9 that includes curriculum, instruction, assessment, and Navigation 101 PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for school administration, high school principals, assistant superintendent for secondary education ACTION: Create, develop, approval, train, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 32 of 39

73 STRATEGY AE: Ensure the curriculum meets the needs of all students PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, high school principals, content area directors, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Data, review, assess, revise, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: Ongoing Page 33 of 39

74 STRATEGY AF: Develop and implement a cohesive dual enrollment program PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, high school principals, content area directors, assistant superintendent for secondary education, director of counseling services ACTION: Assess current status, review, data, develop, approval, implement, evaluate, track students RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, local colleges and universities TIMELINE: September, 2011 Page 34 of 39

75 STRATEGY AG: Develop and conduct "First Day" events to begin the school year and a mid-year school report night to discuss progress PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school principals, high school staff, director of communications, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education ACTION: Develop, approval, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 35 of 39

76 STRATEGY AH: Review special needs students going to out-of-district placement and returning back to the district in the ninth grade PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, high school principals, pupil personnel services ACTION: Plan, review IEP’S, implement RESOURCES REQUIRED: Staff, administration, funding, parents TIMELINE: April, 2010 Page 36 of 39

77 STRATEGY AI: Develop a plan for elementary intervention of Navigation 101 as part of the high school re- design model PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendents for school administration, elementary principals, high school principals, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, pupil personnel services, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Asses status of Navigation 101, plan, implement, evaluate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Personnel, human and social services, funding TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 37 of 39

78 STRATEGY AJ: To establish a District vision/philosophy for the Paterson Public School District High Schools/Academies PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: State district superintendent, deputy superintendent, assistant superintendent for secondary education, leadership team, high school/academy administrators, staff, students, parents, board of education ACTION: Plan, communicate RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration, staff, students, parents, board of education TIMELINE: September, 2010 Page 38 of 39

79 STRATEGY AK: To develop a summer bridge program for all eighth graders going into ninth grade at their respective high school/academy PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: High school administrators, staff, guidance counselors, assistant superintendent for secondary education, assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, assistant superintendent for academic support programs/NCLB ACTION: Plan, develop, organize, communicate, schedule RESOURCES REQUIRED: Administration, staff, facilities, lunch, materials, supplies TIMELINE: July, 2010 Page 39 of 39

80 Page 1 of 2 Research and Development Sub-Committee

81 STRATEGY A: Create an R & D (Research and Development) committee to work with the High School Renewal Project PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE: Assistant superintendent for secondary education, deputy superintendent, college professor, committee members ACTION: Receive requests from other Sub-Committees of the High School Renewal Committee and provide research and the latest trends and up to date information regarding the request RESOURCES REQUIRED: Committee members, computer, college professor TIMELINE: July, 2010 Page 2 of 2


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