Presentation on theme: "School Strategic Plan Daniell Middle School David Nelson, Principal January Mid-Year Update: Formative Data, What's Working and What Needs to Change/Shift."— Presentation transcript:
School Strategic Plan Daniell Middle School David Nelson, Principal January Mid-Year Update: Formative Data, What's Working and What Needs to Change/Shift June- September School Strategic Plan Presentations and Review
PRINCIPAL’S VISION Every child should receive, benefit and thrive from a world class education that prepares them for high school success.
Providing a World-Class Education for High School Success Means… The focus is on learning All students achieve high standards Instruction is engaging and rigorous Reading and writing are taught in all content areas There is a sense of belonging Schools and offices are inviting, welcoming, and customer oriented The strategic plan is accomplished by all working together
Student Learning & Performance Highly Performing Workforce Building & Sustaining Relationships with Effective Communication Effective Use of Resources Safe, Healthy, and Innovative Learning Environments
Data Collected on Status of Vision Being Implemented at Daniell Teacher Evaluation Results Educational Research on Effect of Instructional Practices School Council and PTSA Feedback Discipline Records Student and Parent School Improvement Plan Perceptual Survey Results CRCT Results ITBS Results Classroom Keys (GAPSS) College and Career Readiness Performance Indicators Areas of Focus
Targeted, Job-Embedded Differentiated Professional Learning Diagnostics, Differentiation, Exceeding Standards: Data Driven Instruction AC Conference/Training for Teachers DI/Flexible Groups Collaboration Days for Teachers Classroom Management: Classroom Management Training Book Studies on Classroom Management Lesson Plan Training Student Self-Efficacy: Advisement/Student-Led Conferences PBIS
How Are We Using the Framework for School Success Tier 1: Establishes Common Expectations in School Daniell Position Statements Tier 2: Helps Guide the Utilization of District Resources Special Ed Supervisor, Lisa Geiger Professional Learning, Mitchell Askew RTI Support, Diane Rice
Support Needed Implementation of Breakthrough Coaching Model Continued Support of County Personnel in Our Areas of Focus Funds for Professional Learning Needs ($22,331.18 requested from Title II) College Board Conference: $9,900 Book Studies: $432.30 PBIS: $10,162 Part-Time Support Due to Loss of Full-Time Administrator/Teacher Leaders and Continued Increase of Student Behavior and Learning Needs ( ED 45.8%, Remedial 17.6%, 13.3% SWD, 22.9% Transciency ) Collaboration Days for Teachers: $1837.50
In Closing Next Steps: Continue Instructional Coaching Continue to Build Teacher Leadership Capacity Continue to Monitor and Adjust Our GAPSS Governance Model after Losing 21.42 Teacher and Administrator Allotments We Have Learned: Our Process We Have Been Using to Determine Our Needs Is on the Right Track!