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1 Matthew Handelman, Superintendent Place logo or logotype here, otherwise delete this. Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | JOB-EMBEDDED STAFF COLLABORATION IN THE COEUR D’ALENE SCHOOL DISTRICT “Relevant, timely and actionable learning for educators in our district.”

2 DISTRICT DEMOGRAPHICS 18 schools: 11 elementary schools 3 with magnet focus 1 Kindergarten school 3 middle schools 1 with magnet focus 2 traditional high schools 2 professional-technical high schools 1 in KTEC consortium with Post Falls and Lakeland 1 district school also offering credit retrieval INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF 633 instructional staff Teachers Counselors Administrators Paraprofessionals Support Staff Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Students go to classes at Lake City H.S. Shawn Gust, Coeur d’Alene Press

3 HISTORY Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Representative district subcommittee convened in August of Impacts to community and instructional practices. Parent communication in April 2010 First sessions in September of Adjustments made within: Transportation routes and times Food service School PLUS child care programs Jessica Marshall, a third-grader at Sorensen Elementary in Coeur d’Alene, juggles for the students at the annual talent show. Jesse Tinsley, Spokesman Review

4 Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | OUR CALENDAR Published annually Collaboration time every instructional Monday morning. Elementary 7:45 – 9:45AM Middle/High 7:00 – 8:40AM Most led by building administration One per month reserved for district- led cross-district collaboration. 5 “Common Topic” windows given to building administrators along with suggested activities. Instructional hours extended to compensate for required time.

5 Place logo or logotype here, otherwise delete this. Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | OUTCOMES Gosia Staszewska, 11, performs a gymnastics routine during an assembly for the Lakes Magnet Middle School multicultural fair. Shawn Gust, Cd’A Press

6 FEEL OF CONTRIBUTION Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Teachers Marissa Feely and Aaron Drake engage in a cross-district collaboration activity. University of Idaho, Coeur d’Alene

7 TEAMING Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Students at Project CDA made quilts in Family & Consumer Science to donate to a local shelter. Courtesy: Idaho PTE

8 NEW IDEAS Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Coeur d’Alene High School’s TeraViks placed 14 th at the First Robotics World Championships in Atlanta, GA. This year's competition, dubbed Ultimate Ascent, challenged teams of high school students to spend six weeks building a robot able to compete against other robots in an arena game. The robots have to be able to point and shoot Frisbees, block other robots' Frisbees, and then climb a 90-foot high pyramid.

9 TIME Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Sophia Demata, a first-grader at Skyway Elementary, left, enjoys visiting with class mates and Gabby Alonso, philanthropy chair for the University of Idaho's Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, during a Thursday visit to promote reading among elementary students. The sorority was participating in the Learning with Lucky reading program supplying more than 100 first grade students at the school with rewards for toy puppies that were distributed by Parker Toyota and Horace Mann Insurance. Shawn Gust, Coeur d’Alene Press

10 PROFESSIONAL GROWTH Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Jeremiah Cooper, a Project SEARCH student, places a label inside a dictionary at our District Office. They were provided to each third grade student by the local Elks Lodge 1254.

11 Place logo or logotype here, otherwise delete this. Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | PREPARING FOR IDAHO CORE AND SMARTER- BALANCED Daniel Gunnerson, 11, of Dalton Elementary receives a hug from his sister Kimberly, after being named the Idaho Math Champion for earning more points through Apangea. Jerome Pollos, Coeur d’Alene Press

12 Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | OUR DISTRICT’S WORK Organized work by semester: First semester – Idaho Core Curriculum Realignment and revision Done by small teams and refined during cross-district time. Second semester – Smarter Balanced Capacity building / Stiggins training Revision of all interim assessments to mirror SBAC. Instructional coaches led professional development in building and cross-district. Additional opportunities provided during summer and after classes. With credit available

13 OUR IDAHO CORE CURRICULAR WORK Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Recruited core curriculum writers at each grade level and subject area in English Language Arts / Math. Gave instruction on best practices and district standards. Developed initial curriculum guides, maps and units. Shared with colleagues during cross- district dates. Adjustments made afterward Kevin Shaker, a fifth-grader at Atlas Elementary in Coeur d’Alene, looks at rock samples during a recent experiment. Jesse Tinsley, Spokesman Review

14 OUR NEW ASSESSMENTS Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Representative district subcommittee, “The Top 40” convened Trainings from Stiggins group through State Department Built capacity around SBAC Development of all new EOCAs and Benchmark assessments With same types of questioning strategies as summative test. Will be monitored beginning in fall. Riley Miller, a second grade student at Bryan Elementary, holds a pose during first day of school pictures by his mom prior to the first bell. Shawn Gust, Coeur d’Alene Press

15 THIS YEAR’S WORK Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | Parent communication English Language Arts/Mathematics will be meeting to review progress. Fidelity to curriculum Holes in learning Materials needed All other content areas will begin curricular work around Literacy standards of the Idaho Core. Assisted by instructional coaches Katie Pemberton, a mathematics teacher at Canfield Middle School and Idaho’s Teacher of the Year in 2013, works with students through a simulation exercise involving algebra. Brian Plonka, Eastern Washington University

16 Matthew Handelman, Superintendent Place logo or logotype here, otherwise delete this. Coeur d’Alene School District 27 1 | THANK YOU


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