Interview with principal almai malit idler ppt

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  • 1. Interviewwith PrincipalAlmaiMalit-Idler Getting a feel for school climate: • Eating with different groups • Developing relationships • Asking what needs must be met (regularly checks-in with PEA representative in building) • Earning trust Staying in touch with staff: • Works in visible, front office • Always available to staff • Stays positive and non- judgmental • Awareness of parking-lot conversations Organize work into four quadrants: • Urgent and important • Non-urgent and important • Urgent and not-so-important • Non-urgent and not-so-important
  • 2.  Sources: • MSP • District Scores  DIBELS  Reading MAZE  Math MBSP Fluency • Building Scores  DIBELS (pm)  Classroom  Title I  Resource • State of the Building (SOB) Matrix as “compass” for the work  District initiatives  Building initiatives  Used as: 1. Alignment tool 2. “Compass” to stay on course at all times Using Data to help with SIP and DIP:
  • 3. CSIPPlanisalsoourTitleIPlan 1. Compliance • Required components (Title I Plan components) • District-wide expectation 2. Guidance for the important work (our compass and course of action) • Driven by data  State, district, and building student data  Staff survey via SIP representatives  Parent survey • Areas/components include:  Math  Reading  Parent Involvement  Professional Development