Presentation on theme: "Submitted by: Nathalie Means, Special Assignment Dr. Carlinda Purcell, Chief Academic Officer 2008-09."— Presentation transcript:
Submitted by: Nathalie Means, Special Assignment Dr. Carlinda Purcell, Chief Academic Officer 2008-09
In January 2009, the SAB approved the creation of Pilot Schools within the District based on the Boston Public School Pilot Model Pilot Schools are schools that operate with five areas of autonomy: * Governance * Staffing * Budget * Curriculum and Instruction * School Calendar/Schedule 2/14/20142St. Louis Public Schools
Ten elementary schools (Froebel, Henry, Herzog, Hodgen, Laclede, Lexington, Mason, Shenandoah and Woodward) were identified to write proposals for the Pilot School Model. Five schools will be selected based on an evaluation rubric. A recommendation as to which five schools should become conversion Pilot Schools for the 2009-2010 school year will be made to the SAB in May. 2/14/20143St. Louis Public Schools
4/1-5/6 Ten elementary will submit draft proposals for converting their school to Pilot School status. 5/6- 5/13Proposals will be evaluated by district level team 5/13Selected schools and principals will be notified 5/15-5/22 Schools selected will select Advisory Board members 5/15-5/22 Staff members sign Work Condition Waivers 5/26Recommendation of pilot schools to the SAB 2/14/20144St. Louis Public Schools
Conduct Advisory Board training Conduct staff Professional Development on the areas of autonomy Develop an awareness and communication plan for internal staff and larger community regarding Pilot Schools Coordinate Curriculum, Budget, Human Resources, Operations and Special Education liaisons to support Pilot Schools Pilot Principals attend summer Autonomy Academy 2/14/20145St. Louis Public Schools
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