Presentation on theme: "Bibb County Schools 2012. Standard 1: Vision and Purpose Standard: The system establishes and communicates a shared purpose and direction for improving."— Presentation transcript:
Standard 1: Vision and Purpose Vision- “To empower every student to reach his or her unique potential.” Mission- “To produce life-long learners and productive citizens in a safe and nurturing environment.”
Standard 1: Vision and Purpose All schools function under shared vision and mission through the strategic plan District Federal Programs Plan provides foundation for system information shared with stakeholders Monitoring and revision of Strategic Plan, Local Education Agency Improvement Plan, and local school Continuous Improvement Plans ensure alignment with vision, purpose, and goals
Standard 1: Vision and Purpose SELECTED ARTIFACTS District Website Strategic Plan / District Improvement Plan Publications, Brochures, Handbooks Demonstrating Stakeholder Involvement
Standard 2: Governance & Leadership Standard: The system provides governance and leadership that promote student performance and system effectiveness.
Standard 2: Governance and Leadership OPERATIONAL
Standard 2: Governance and Leadership Board Operations Policies are in place and reflected in handbooks at all levels Review / assessment of evaluation data, Continuous Improvement Plan Goals and Strategies, and Teacher Professional Development reveal system effectiveness and its impact on student performance. Collaboration networks provide stakeholder input into decision-making Teacher units, local, state, and federal funds assigned in accordance with ADM and need. Fund spending as budgeted; follows policy
Standard 2: Governance & Leadership SELECTED ARTIFACTS Governance Policy Handbook District-wide Staff and/or Student Handbooks Evidence of budget meetings; adherence to ALJP Record of District Staff Meetings Record of Student Performance Data Analysis Committee Members Include Stakeholder Groups Professional Develop Plans for Staff Educate Alabama Documentation
Standard 3: Teaching & Learning Standard: The system provides research-based curriculum and instructional methods that facilitate achievement for all students.
Standard 3: Teaching & Learning State COS, pacing guides, incremental assessments, data assessment, and Problem Solving Teams set student expectations and ensure alignment of learning outcomes with student needs System utilizes / promotes State COS, National Council for Teaching Math Standards, ARI, AMSTI, Compendium Supplement for Achievement Test Curriculum Alignment, ACCESS Program, tutoring programs Professional Development opportunities focus on research-based best practice instruction.
Standard 3: Teaching & Learning SELECTED ARTIFACTS District Guidelines for lesson plan development that include learning objectives District staff/other meetings regularly include data analysis Professional Development Plans Master Schedules & Instructional Calendars: days, hours Transition Policies Policies for student orientation, intervention, and remediation Calendar & schedule of technology services to students
Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results Standard: The system enacts a comprehensive assessment system that monitors and documents performance and uses these results to improve student performance and system effectiveness.
Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results OPERATIONAL ARMT
Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results Alabama Reading Initiative K-3 Reading Coaches lead formative assessment to drive reading instruction DIBELS, AHSGE, ARMT, and SAT10 assessment results drive school improvement Professional Development Committees plan learning opportunities aligned with identified needs for improvement
Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results School System Strategic Plan and School Improvement Plans developed with all stakeholder groups NCLB requirements met by system System provides support for meeting ADVANC-ED/SACS Guidelines for quality teaching and learning District staff uses assessment data for instructional planning Professional Development learning opportunities encompass data interpretation and implementation of research-based programs to impact classroom learning
Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results SELECTED ARTIFACTS Calendar of Assessment Activities Staff meeting minutes indicating utilization of data systems Student performance data reports indicating system-wide use of data for instructional planning EDUCATE Alabama Professional Learning Plan results Webpages, report cards, newspaper articles conveying student performance and school effectiveness. Data reports disaggregate student performance growth Reports that satisfy local, state, and national requirements.
Standard 5: Resource & Support Systems Standard: The system has the resources and services necessary to support its vision and purpose and to ensure achievement for all students.
Standard 5: Resource & Support Systems OPERATIONAL
Standard 5: Resource & Support Systems Sufficient personnel are provided as funding allows to meet vision, mission, and goals of the system Teachers, principals, and central office administrators are evaluated with EDUCATE Alabama or PEPE system Revenue from local, state and federal resources cover expenditures supporting system vision, programs and services to ensure continued improvement System develops budgets for state and federal revenues and monitors funds for resources that support beliefs, missions and educational programs to support learning
Standard 5: Resource & Support Systems SELECTED ARTIFACTS Personnel policies ensuring certification, licensure, evaluation, training Record of Professional Learning Opportunities Staff Handbook Professional Development Plans School-level budgets State and Federal Program Budgets for targeted support Crisis Intervention Plan Computer Hardware Budget Community Based Programs
Standard 6: Stakeholder Communications & Relationships Standard: The system fosters effective communications and relationships with and among its stakeholders.
Standard 6: Stakeholder Communications & Relationships OPERATIONAL
Standard 6: Stakeholder Communications & Relationships Bibb County stakeholders include: -Students -Staff -Parents -Community Members
Standard 6: Stakeholder Communications & Relationships SELECTED ARTIFACTS Stakeholder Survey Data Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes Parent-Teacher Meeting Documentation District /School Websites Stakeholder Communication / Documents
Standard 7: Commitment to Continuous Improvement Standard: The system establishes, implements, and monitors a continuous process of improvement that focuses on student performance.
Standard 7: Commitment to Continuous Improvement OPERATIONAL
Standard 7: Commitment to Continuous Improvement System supports and maintains a process of continuous improvement based on current data and process evaluation Schools implement local school-wide plans based on standardized testing data, goals, and strategies System evaluates professional development to ensure alignment with goals and strategies through surveys and site monitoring
Standard 7: Commitment to Continuous Improvement SELECTED ARTIFACTS District / School Continuous Improvement Plans Professional Development Plans District /School Improvement Plan Committee Meeting Minutes
Quality Assurance Methods District Strategic Plan, LEA Improvement Plan, District / Local School Continuous Improvement Plans are implemented and evaluated for effectiveness District provides feedback on local school Continuous Improvement Plans through on-site monitoring, walk-throughs, and written reviews Advanc-ED standards expectations are embedded in the district and school review process and communicated during district improvement initiatives End-of-month / quarterly assessment results, longitudinal data files and Adequate Yearly Progress results help determine greatest areas of need and are communicated to parents
Conclusion Greatest Strengths: Commitment to Improvement Community /School Support Greatest Challenges: Financial Support Meeting increasingly more challenging goals set by ALSDE