PCSD Strategic Plan Draft


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June 1, 2010. The District's strategic plan, incorporating only some of the feedback from last week's town meeting so far.

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PCSD Strategic Plan Draft

  1. 1. Utah Education Policy Center Bridging Research, Policy, and Practice Andrea K. Rorrer, Ph.D. Cori A. Groth, Ph.D. May 25, 2010 1
  2. 2. Park City School District Public Forum Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Introduction of Strategic Planning Committee 3. Strategic Planning Process 4. Strategic Plan Components: – Core Values, Mission Statement, Vision Statement, District Goal Areas, District Objectives, Leverage Points 5. Question and Answer Session 6. Dialogue with Strategic Planning Committee Members 7. Adjourn 2
  3. 3. Philosophy of Strategic Planning Process Tailored to the individual organization and its needs Inclusive and transparent Data-based and research-informed A dynamic or living instrument that guides progress and improvement 3
  4. 4. Strategic Planning Committee Board Members Parents Superintendency Students School Administrators City/County Teachers Community Organizations Staff Representative Community at Large 4
  5. 5. Process Met with Superintendency and School Board to discuss needs, mission, and timeline for strategic planning process (January, 2010) District invited participants (January, 2010) Conducted at-large committee and sub- committee meetings (January – June, 2010) 5
  6. 6. Process Revisited the previous mission statement, vision, goal areas, and objectives (January – May, 2010) Reviewed data presented by district leadership on the status of the district (February, 2010) 6
  7. 7. Process Facilitated development of core values and revision of mission and vision statement, goal areas, objectives, measures, and initiatives (February – June, 2010) Analyzed and synthesized meeting data (e.g., surveys, SWOT Analysis, Force Field Analysis, Jigsaw) 7
  8. 8. Strategic Plan Components Core Values Vision Statement Mission Statement Strategic Plan Goal Areas Strategic Plan Objectives and Measures Strategic Plan Leverage Points 8
  9. 9. Core Values Excellence in Teaching and Learning Respect and Commitment Personal and Social Responsibility Community Engagement Sustainable Resources 9
  10. 10. Vision Statement Park City School District strives to be a district of choice providing an innovative and excellent education to all students that fosters achievement and success. 10
  11. 11. Mission Statement Park City School District empowers students to develop their knowledge, skills, and potential as critical thinkers. We maximize resources for academic rigor and excellence through staff, programs, and technology that make learning relevant to the emerging world in which we live. 11
  12. 12. Strategic Plan Goal Areas Learning Instruction Choice/Options Programs Partnerships 12
  13. 13. Learning Objectives 1. Improve student achievement across all content areas. 2. Improve student achievement across all student groups. 3. Increase student engagement in learning. 4. Promote and maintain a safe learning environment. 5. Increase student responsibility for learning. 13
  14. 14. Instruction Objectives 1. Differentiate instruction based on student individual needs. 2. Attract, keep high quality teachers and staff. 3. Develop, retain and support motivated, innovative, engaging and professional faculty and staff. 4. Increase accountability for performance. 5. Identify and use authentic measures of student learning. 14
  15. 15. Choice/Options Objectives 1. Provide multiple pathways for students to post-secondary education programs and career opportunities. 2. Provide extended day and summer options for students. 3. Provide community education opportunities for students and adults. 15
  16. 16. Programs Objectives 1. Identify and use effective research and evidence based programs 2. Provide effective instructional programs 16
  17. 17. Partnership Objectives 1. Promote parental and community support for student learning and achievement. 2. Support active district/school and community partnerships. 3. Improve district’s communication with parents and community. 4. Access local talent and expertise to support district/school goals and objectives. 17
  18. 18. District Leverage Points Leadership and Governance Channels of Communication Resource Allocation Use of Technology Accountability 18
  19. 19. Next Steps 19
  20. 20. Question and Answer Agreements Clarifications Suggestions 20
  21. 21. Feedback Please fill out questionnaire 21
  22. 22. Dialogue with Members of the Strategic Planning Committee 22
  23. 23. Utah Education Policy Center Bridging Research, Policy, and Practice 1705 Campus Center Drive, Rm 339 Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 581-3383 / 585-5566 http://uepc.ed.utah.edu/ 23