2012 13 SCHOOL COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION PLAN SCEP

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TENET I DISTRICT LEADERSHIP AND CAPACITY,ADD ROWS AS NEEDED. 1 1 District has a comprehensive approach for recruiting evaluating and sustaining high quality personnel that affords schools. the ability to ensure success by addressing the needs of their community. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost,SEE DCIP leave blank. District follows APPR guidelines with evaluating 0. staff by deadlines,Administrators were trained in summer of 2012. coaching administrators to coach teachers to,reflect and improve instruction. On going professional development throughout the,school year.
District recruits high quality teachers through the. recruitment director, 1 2 District is organized and allocates resources financial staff support materials etc in a way that leads to appropriate. levels of support for schools based on the needs of the school community which promotes school improvement and success. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost,SEE DCIP leave blank. District supports extended day programs extra 0, instructional support and a variety of professional. development classes to apply to stipend,District encourages student engagement by. providing opportunities in sport teams clubs and,tutoring programs.
District added an additional assistant principal to. assist in student management and,observations evaluations. 1 3 District leadership has a comprehensive explicit theory of action about school culture that communicates high. expectations for addressing the needs of all constituents that is robustly communicated. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost,SEE DCIP leave blank. Staff works together to communicate school motto 0. mission and creed by establishing daily,announcements morning meetings in classes and. enforcing respectful behaviors in the halls and,Students work is displayed in hallways and it is. highly visible throughout the day to see students,working together on projects to enhance school.
Parents are invited into the building to volunteer to. assist teachers and assist staff with community,activities out of the school building. 1 4 District has a comprehensive plan to create deliver and monitor professional development in all pertinent areas that is. adaptive and tailored to the needs of individual schools. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost, SEE DCIP leave blank Instructional staff including 3 administrators 0. developed a yearly calendar of professional,development activities that will take place on. Wednesdays Many district staff members will,present various topics. Staff is encouraged to attend professional,development activities through the district s.
AVATAR program The professional development,will address topics such as CCLS APPR and DDI. 1 5 District promotes a data driven culture by providing strategies connected to best practices that all staff members and. school communities are expected to be held accountable for implementing. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost, SEE DCIP leave blank The Principal shares pertinent data with parents 0. and staff Grade level meetings are planned to,discuss problem skill problem areas that students. have displayed on state and local tests Lessons,are designed to address those areas embedded in. lessons and through RTI classes,Professional development Wednesdays are.
targeted to equip teachers and staff with activities. to implement in classrooms to improve skills,TENET II SCHOOL LEADER PRACTICES AND DECISIONS. 2 1 The district works collaboratively with the school s to provide opportunities and supports for the school leader s to. create develop and nurture a school environment that is responsive to the needs of the entire school community. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost, SEE DCIP leave blank Activities are planned to expose students to 0. community activities that will enhance the total,child Field trips. Student activities are planned to reward students,for respectful behavior and academic achievement. SBPT will work collaboratively with staff students. and parents to uphold high academic expectations,and support school wide initiatives.
Newly implemented morning meetings will give, students leadership skills and unite the staff and. parents in the entire learning process, 2 2 Leaders ensure an articulated vision understood and shared across the community with a shared sense of urgency about. achieving school wide goals aligned with the vision as outlined in the School Comprehensive Educational Plan SCEP. A Major Recommendation and B Goal C Targets,Report Citation. The vision needs to be clarified and The vision will be clarified by a select School Leaders will communicate publicly. gain more support with the staff group of staff and families and is the vision on a weekly basis through. families and students across the supported by staff families and various communications with stakeholders. community students so that it is regularly seen Such communication consists of grade level. heard and known across the school meetings professional development. community meetings school s website and evening,events creating with support of PTO. D Activity E Timeline F Key Personnel G Fund Source s H School Cost. Communicate the vision at meetings SY 2012 2013 Principal 28 425. including SBPT Town Hall staff and Parent Liaison,grade level and evening events PTO.
hosted by PTO, Share the vision weekly through grade SY 2012 2013 Principal 26 820. level meetings monthly via parent,newsletters, 2 3 Leaders effectively use evidence based systems to examine and improve individual and school wide practices in the. critical areas student achievement curriculum teacher practices leadership development community family engagement. and student social emotional developmental health that makes progress towards mission critical goals. A Major Recommendation and,B Goal C Targets,Report Citation. School leaders need to encourage the The school leaders will encourage the The Instructional Support Team will meet. staff to use systems that lead to the staff to use systems that are vigorous weekly to assess student and staff. collection and analysis of outcomes adaptive interconnected and lead to progress towards ELA Math academic. the collection and analysis of goals Minutes will be taken and collected. outcomes by principal to assess our progress in,monitoring students goals. D Activity E Timeline F Key Personnel G Fund Source s H School Cost. Members of the Instructional Support SY 2012 2013 Leadership Team 58 940. Team will identify targeted academic,goals communicated to teachers.
through grade level team meetings, 2 4 Leaders make strategic decisions to organize resources concerning human programmatic and fiscal capital so that school. improvement and student goals are achieved,A Major Recommendation and. B Goal C Targets,Report Citation, The school leader needs to create and The school leaders will create and use School leaders annually will use state and. use generic systems and structures for researched based systems and local data to identify students in cited. programming students and teachers structures that afford students and areas to participate in a targeted extended. that address student achievement and learning program for intervention support. teachers the ability to fully benefit from, incorporates an extended learning in order to meet academic goals Data. program a flexible and attentive program which progress will be monitored via grade level. includes a creative extended learning meetings and Instructional Support Team. program that is aligned to student meetings,achievement.
D Activity E Timeline F Key Personnel G Fund Source s H School Cost. SY 2012 2013 Administration 43 575, The School will use research based Leadership Team. program for extended learning Classroom Teachers,intervention to support student. achievement three days per week to,ensure all students meet grade level. 2 5 The school leader has a fully functional system in place to conduct targeted and frequent observations track progress of. teacher practices based on student data feedback and professional development opportunities and holds administrators and. staff accountable for continuous improvement,A Major Recommendation and. B Goal C Targets,Report Citation, The school leader and other The school leader and other Administrators will follow a plan to.
administrators need to use student administrators will strategically use thoroughly observe in classrooms on a. data feedback from formal and student data feedback from formal weekly basis assess professional. informal observations and professional and informal observations and development and meet with teachers. development opportunities connected professional development opportunities regularly to assess student and teacher. to improvement plans and conversation connected to improvement plans and improvement. to provide supports to teachers and conversation to assess and adjust. other staff members supports to teachers and other staff. D Activity E Timeline F Key Personnel G Fund Source s H School Cost. The Principal will conduct Weekly SY 2012 2013 Administrators 42 400. Administration Meetings to discuss the,systematic implementation of the. observation and feedback cycle for, Administrators will conduct weekly SY 2012 2013 Administrators 56 700. Leadership Coaches Meetings focusing Coaches,on teacher support student data and. professional development, Administrators will create a weekly SY 2012 2013 Administrators 31 800. schedule of observations reviewed and,review process on a monthly basis.
TENET III CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT, 3 1 The district works collaboratively with the school s to provide opportunities and supports connected to the. implementation of a comprehensive curriculum that is aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards CCLS is inclusive of. the arts technology and other enrichment subjects in a data driven culture. A C E F D Activity G Fund Source s H School Cost, SEE DCIP leave blank Teachers and Administrators will attend Core Standard cost of. Curriculum training in Albany 3 times a year They substitute. will turn key training and resources to the school administrators and. faculty teachers when school,is in session,AMEDD arts grant presents professional. development during three mandatory professional,development meetings that align with CCLS. Wednesday professional development grade level,meetings and PLC s routinely include data review.
at the classroom and grade level to guide decisions. in relation to teaching CCLS,Vertical Teaming formal meetings 4x a year. support the review of data across grade levels and. a scaffolded approach to teaching to CCLS, 3 2 The school leader and staff support and facilitate a quality implementation of a rigorous and coherent curriculum aligned. to the Common Core Learning Standards CCLS in Pre K 12. A Major Recommendation and,B Goal C Targets,Report Citation. Grade level meetings dedicated to To have teacher leaders and All teaching staff and administrators. supporting the implementation of the administrative staff facilitate 3 Target PLC. CCS professional learning community teams K 2 teacher. that focus on learning strategies 3 5 teacher,related to the common core standards 6 8 teachers. Instructional support team will complete,quarterly surveys with teachers to.
determine the efficiency of the focused,learning strategies. D Activity E Timeline F Key Personnel G Fund Source s H School Cost. Professional Learning Communities October through Administration 23 530. meet regularly at the Primary June 2012 13, Intermediate and Middle School Levels school year RTI coaches. and research turn key and share, effective teaching and learning Teacher facilitators. strategies aligned with the rigorous,Core standards. Common Core Standards discussion SY 2012 2013 All staff participates 11 450. and professional development occur,monthly during building based.
Wednesday afternoon Professional,Developments, 3 3 Teachers ensure that unit and lesson plans that are aligned to the CCLS coherent curriculum introduce complex materials. that stimulate higher order thinking and build deep conceptual understanding and knowledge around specific content. A Major Recommendation and,B Goal C Targets,Report Citation. Administrators should monitor Teachers will develop lesson plans that Daily lesson plans will require students to. classroom lesson plans and provide are aligned to the CCLS and require think critically and display a deeper. meaningful feedback students to think critically and conceptual understanding of specific. successfully perform higher order content During the grade level meetings. tasks administration will share exemplar lesson,plans with the team During bi weekly. random walk through administration will,monitor lesson plans and give feedback. All teachers will use the core curriculum,standards and curriculum map topics to.
develop lesson plans, D Activity E Timeline F Key Personnel G Fund Source s H School Cost. Teachers will identify weekly common September 2012 Administration 33 100. core standards to be taught They will to June 2013 Teachers RTI. coaching administrators to coach teachers to reflect and improve instruction On going professional development throughout the school year District recruits high quality teachers through the recruitment director 1 2 District is organized and allocates resources financial staff support materials etc in a way that leads to appropriate levels of support for schools based on the needs of

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