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  1. 1. 2011-2012 THJ Campus Improvement Plan DraftGoal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #1 Provide an appropriate well-balanced and aligned curriculum.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will provide an appropriate well-balanced and aligned (type in a quantitative measure) curriculum that enables all students to be encouraged and challenged to meet their full educational potential.Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Responsible Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul 1. Expectations communicated to instructional staff re: Richter v v v v v v v v v v v • what it means to be STAAR ready Sutton • that our dual academic and social goal of educational excellence is achieved Schneider through the combination of caring and scholarship White2. Provide teachers common planning time by department for: Richter v v v v v v v v v v v • reviewing curriculum Sutton • interpreting data Schneider • planning lessons - Each grade level department submits a weekly lesson plan teachers to their appraiser that is followed by all teacher members. • prepare assessments - Provide assessment instruments to measure academic progress of students & use data gathered from these assessments to drive instruction to: • ensure horizontal and vertical alignment • build individual and team skills • increase the level of effective instruction within grade levels departments
  2. 2. 3.. Increase professional skills through continued training to include: teachers v v v v v v v v v v v v • CSCOPE training Matthys, Lindell • STAAR training Richter • “Effective Instructional Strategies that Work” Sutton • guided observation/instructional rounds re: effective small group instruction Schneider • implementation of academic RTI Jeri Bonnell • Origo Model for math department Proctor, Hejl, Kolinek • Wordcallers book study and use of visuals by ELA department CScope/Eduphoria/PDAS/Webcat (All campuses) (Goal 1, strategy 1 – add Title- Part A to funding source)CScope Training (All campuses) (Goal 1, Strategy 1 – add Title I –Part A to funding source) Lindell v v v v v v v v v v v 4. Math/Sci Facilitator will work with teachers to ensure math/science daily lesson plan activities and assessments reflect the depth and complexity of the TEKS.One elementary (NS/NPE/THJ) math teacher development facilitator (Lindell) (Goal 1; Strategy 1) Add Title I- Part A to funding source 5. ELA/SS Facilitator will work with teachers to ensure language arts/social studies daily Matthys v v v v v v v v v v v lesson plan activities and assessments reflect the depth and complexity of the TEKS. 6. Appraisers will monitor and improve the fidelity of the instruction to the plans, as well Richter v v v v v v v v v v v as the effectiveness of the instructional delivery, through regular walkthroughs, Sutton communication and professional development activities with teachers and instructional Schneider assistants. 7. Ensure that all student groups are engaged in reading activities appropriate to their Matthys v v v v v v v v v v v needs to bring about a higher level of reading proficiency, including increased vocabulary, Sutton improved fluency and a higher level of comprehension. all teachers 8. Students will participate in the Reading Counts Program, and utilize a reading response librarian journal. 9. Every math class will include daily instruction and review of math facts in order that Lindell v v v v v v v v v v v students learn and perform them with speed and accuracy. Math facts instruction will Richter follow Origo method. math teachers 10. Every math class will utilize manipulatives, calculators, and technology to enhance Lindell, Richter v v v v v v v v v v v daily math instruction. math teachers 11. All students will use a math journal to support their learning. The journal will include Lindell v v v v v v v v v v v examples of daily lesson activities, and use Marzanos strategies to include vocabulary, Richter non-linguistic representations, note taking, and summarization. math teachers 12. Math and science teachers will plan together for integration of math and science Lindell, Richter v v v v v v v v v v v instruction. math teachers 13. All students will use science journals that include use of graphic organizers for Lindell v v v v v v v v v v v vocabulary, non-linguistic representation of concepts, and note-taking as a tool to enhance Richter learning. math teachers
  3. 3. 14. All grade levels will use science lab instruction and participate in vertical planning. Lindell, Richter v v v v v v v v v v v science teachers15. Social studies teachers will plan for lesson integration with ELA and will utilize the Matthys, Sutton v v v v v v v v v v vlibrary and technological resources such as Discovery Streaming weekly. all teachers, librarian16. Social studies teachers will provide activities to increase students awareness and Matthys, Sutton v v v v v v v v v v vappreciation of multiple cultures, topics to include music, arts, geography, customs and all teachers, librarianlanguages. Richter17. All students will use Writer’s Notebooks to enhance writing and grammar skills. Sutton, Matthys, ELA v v v v v v v v v v v18. All teachers will receive instruction about and will incorporate Writing to Learn. teachers, admin teamGoal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #2 Encourage and facilitate teachers through innovative teaching methods.Leader(s): Brief Description: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will encourage and facilitate teachers to allow all students to reach their maximum potential through innovative teaching methods.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) v v v v v v v v v v v v Responsible 1. A variety of teaching models will be employed to best meet the needs of each class Richter, Sutton v v v v v v v v v v v according to the class demographics. These will include teaching pairs, teaching pods, Schneider self-contained, dual-language, pull-out and inclusion models. We are also piloting one Pachicano co-teaching classroom this year. 2. To facilitate instruction, students identified as GT gifted and talented, dyslexic, or Gault, Howard, v v v v v v v v v v v needing accommodations, are clustered within teaching pairs or pods. Engelke, Harris GT teachers 3. Campus will pilot use of a research-based Sensory/Motor Lab with all students Giles, Foster, Bidales v v v v v v v v v v v during PE and with Special Education students throughout the day. 4. Support instructional staff through on-going learning opportunities via guided Richter v v v v v v v v v v v observations and instructional rounds. Additionally, increase support for teachers who Sutton are new to the campus by: Schneider • Allowing them to observe other teachers at least twice/semester. Matthys, Lindell • Assigning a mentor /buddy Pachicano • Following district mentor program guidelines for meetings etc.
  4. 4. 5. Professional development provided and implemented on these topics: v v v v v v v v v v v • Differentiation training for teachers provided by Region XIII. Janet Newton • Inclusion instruction for all paras by D Carter Denise Carter • Inclusion instruction for professional staff by D Carter Richter • Writing to Learn teachers • Utilize knowledge gained from summer book study Choice WordsGoal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #3 Eliminate achievement gaps.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will continue to close and eliminate achievement (type in a quantitative measure) gaps among English Language Learners and minority demographic groups.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) , THJ (Add 21st Century CCLC to the Funding Source – Goal 1, Strategy 3) type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Continue to implement academic RTI response to intervention cycle with all teachers v v v v v v v v v v v students, selecting and using instructional materials and methods that address individual Richter students specific academic needs. All students receive Tier 1 and 2 instructional Sutton interventions during class from their classroom teachers. Tier 3 interventions are Schneider provided by teachers: Pachicano • during small group instruction Howard • in Ducktime • at the Accelerated Academy in conjunction with Duck University3. Encourage strong parent/school partnerships through opportunities at school and in teachers, v v v v v v v v v v vtraining and support. Richter, Sutton • parent conferences Schneider, White • informational parent meetings • family math/reading nights4. Individual student success plans will be developed for Migrant students to target areas teachers v v v v v v v v v v vwhere additional academic support is needed. Chris Wineland5. Provide training for campus staff on identification procedures to ensure correct program Pachicano v v v v v v v v v v vplacement for Bilingual/LEP students. Utilize Bilingual Specialist to support teachers and Aldereteprovide training in best practices. Provide bilingual teachers with planning time facilitatedby Bilingual coordinator. Esperanza language acquisition curriculum delivered dailyto identified students in small group setting.
  5. 5. 6. Ensure that all Special Education Students IEP instructional levels match the individual Richter v v v v v v v v v v v vyear end data. Train campus staff in Child Process Procedures - RTI cycle. Provide campus Howardstaff with strategies for working with students with special needs in all instructional settings Pachicanoincluding resource, inclusion and the general education classroom. Carter7. Serve identified Gifted and Talented students in a twice weekly pull-out program in Hannah Tate v v v v v v v v vaddition to student’s individual classroom instruction by G/T trained teachers. Ensure that Richter, Schneiderall teachers receive required annual G/T training hours. Provide instructional materials to Svateksupport G/T learning. Provide other enrichment opportunities through OM and UIL.8. Identify students that have long term deficits and provide acceleration based on their Richter, 5 teachers, v v v v v v v v vneeds in conjunction with Duck University to help meet transportation needs of students.. Wrinkle, Wooldridge9. Implement Summer School Now/Grade Recovery program for immediate intervention teachers v v v v v v v v vbased on CBA’s and report card grades. Intensive intervention will be provided to thosestudents in need during the tutorial period and they will retest to demonstrate mastery.Goal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #4 Offer students multiple pathways to earn post secondary education.Goal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #5 Maximize success in all advanced academic courses.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will concentrate efforts to maximize success in all (type in a quantitative measure) advanced academic courses including Pre-AP, AP, Dual Credit and College level coursework.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible Ensure instructional program is not aimed at students passing, but focused on all Richter, Sutton, v v v v v v v v v v v v students excelling, including ensuring the number of students scoring in the top bracket Schneider, Lindell, on STAAR is equal to or greater than the state average, with the result that these Matthys, Pachicano students are prepared for the rigors of Pre-AP courses when they leave campus. Reference Goal 1, Strategies 1 and 2 regarding training, lesson planning, differentiation, small group instruction and assessment data.
  6. 6. Goal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #6 Successfully migrate from the TAKS test to the STAAR test.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will successfully migrate from the (type in a quantitative measure) TAKS test to the STAAR test. TISD faculty will be trained in STAAR and students will be STAAR ready.Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Teachers attend STAAR training regarding new test similarities to, and teachers, Lindell, v v differences from, former TAKS. Matthys 2. Ongoing review and discussion of new student expectations in conjunction with teachers, Richter, v v v v v v v v v v v in-depth study of CSCOPE units related to the STAAR. Results reflected in Sutton, instructional and strategic changes in lesson plans and in delivery of instruction. Schneider, Lindell, Matthys, Pachicano 3. Scheduled regular assessment of learning with achievement benchmarks. Lindell, Matthys v v v v v v v v v 4. Benchmark data used by depts to improve teaching and learning with assistance teachers, Lindell, v v v v v v v v v v v of curriculum facilitators. MatthysGoal #1 Student Academic Performance Strategy #7 Serve all Priority for Services Migrant Students.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will Serve all Priority for Services Migrant Students. (type in a quantitative measure)Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible
  7. 7. 1. Send forms and gather data from parents to help identify students who qualify for Richter, teachers v v v v v v v v v v migrant services - at start of year and as students arrive throughout the year. 2. Coordinate campus activities with, and access services through, district migrant Richter, Wineland v v v v v v v v v v v v coordinator. 3. Individual student success plans will be developed for migrant students to target Richter, Wineland, v v v v v v v v v areas where additional academic support is needed. teachersthat migrant students and Migrant Priority for Services Students will receive supplemental mentoring and services from the Migrant program to help ensure academic achievement. This is a special population that TEA requires be addressed in both the DIP and the CIPs. (Goal 1, strategy 1 and strategy 7 – Add Title I-Part C to funding source) Title II-A: Goal #2 School Safety and School Climate Strategy # 1 Ensure a safe and attractive environment for students and staff. Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will ensure a safe and attractive environment for (type in a quantitative measure) students and staff that will facilitate learning. Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports) Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount: (type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount) Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Partner with district and city to reroute traffic flow to improve safety by informing Richter, Sutton, v v and assisting the public in regard to new traffic patterns, recommending new signage, Schneider assigning and training staff to monitor all areas to ensure student safety. 2. Develop and adopt NIMS compliant emergency action plan. Schneider v v v v v v v v v • Train all staff Richter, Sutton • Conduct drills 3. Comply with safety agency requirements, guidelines and inspections. Richter, Sutton, v v v v v v v v v v v v Schneider 4. Improve appearance and effectiveness of front office, replacing mismatched furniture Richter, Sutton v v and decor with unified duck theme and additional seating. Explore addition of partition. Goal #2 School Safety and School Climate Strategy # 2 Sustain safe and supportive schools.
  8. 8. Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will sustain safe and supportive schools that provide (type in a quantitative measure) secure, nurturing, non-threatening, respectful and disciplined learning environments where all members excel and exhibit moral excellence. Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports) Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount: (type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount) Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1.Campus PBIS positive behavior intervention support initiative : Richter v v v v v v v v v v v • select and operate PBIS committee Sutton • infuse PBIS H.E.R.O. theme into campus culture; hold a pep rally Schneider • PBIS rewards/reinforcement using individual, classroom and school-wide White incentives to foster good attendance and decrease discipline referrals PBIS committee 2. CHAMPS instruction for whole staff on campus; White, Ruse v v v v v v v v v v v CHAMPS instruction for paras Schneider, Hammer 3. Continuation of Capturing Kids Hearts: all staff v v v v v v v v v v v v • use of the 4 questions for correction White • caring goals and "May I help you?" words and actions • campus staff social contract • Keystone Character Education Program 4. Improve understanding of the THJ Discipline Process Richter, Schneider, v v v v v v v v v v v • Staff development regarding discipline procedures/process Sutton, White • Support for new teachers PBIS committee • Develop individual behavior plans Ruse • Use RAMP online discipline system to track and respond to referral data. all teachers • Continue the use of SAMA techniques and follow the TBSI guidelines including all staff time out and positive behavioral supports • Use of On-track and Solid Roots5) One instructional aide at THJ (Cantu Title I- Part A to the funding source) Goal #2 School Safety and School Climate Strategy # 3 Provide a student support system utilizing internal and external counseling/social work resources. Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark:
  9. 9. (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will provide a student support system utilizing (type in a quantitative measure) internal and external counseling/social work resources to meet both social and personal needs of our students.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount: (type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)column)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. On-Campus personnel: Sutton v v v v v v v v v v v v • Campus counselor White • AP/counselor Fuentes • Nurse Ruse • Pro-active delivery of On-Track services to students in need of behavior Matthews/ PTO interventions. • Mentoring of students through the Community Mentoring Program. 2. Off-campus personnel: v v v v v v v v v v v v • social worker on call as needed and to refer to outside agencies C Butler • Solid Roots training for On-Track personnel. Carter • Mobile dentist to provide services to community at school campus, Nurse Fuentes Sept19 and 20 Life Steps • training students in developing appropriate social skills that include drug/ alcohol prevention and refusal skills -provided by Life Steps. 3. Staff attended HIV/Staph infection training. Naivar, Sutton, v 4. Staff attended Sexual Harassment training. Alford, MoehnkeGoal #2 School Safety and School Climate Strategy # 4 Develop and implement a plan addressing sexual abuse of children.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will develop and implement a plan addressing (type in a quantitative measure) sexual abuse of children.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible
  10. 10. 1. THJ will review Board Policy BQ (Legal). This policy addressed sexual abuse of Naivar, Sutton, vchildren, as required by TEA regulations Alford, Moehnke2. THJ staff will be aware of the following website to increase awareness of issues relating " vto sexual abuse of children: http://www.childwelfare.gov.can/tyes/sexual abuse/signs.cfm3. THJ staff will receive training through the school nurse regarding increasing awareness of Nurse Fuentes vissues relating to sexual abuse of children including knowledge of likely warning signs,actions to be taken to obtain assistance and interventions and available counseling options.4. THJ will have a link to http://childfare.gov/can/types/sexualabuse/signs.cfm on our Werchan v v v v v v v v v v v vwebsite.Goal #3 Communication Strategy # 1 Will be proactive in communication.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will be proactive in communication with the (type in a quantitative measure) community, city, businesses of the area, parents and students in matters that impact the overall well-being of the community and school.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Community information through teacher web pages, campus web page, newspaper teachers, Werchan, v v v v v v v v v v v v articles and marquee. Cantu, principals 2. Family information through teacher and principal newsletters - paper and web-based, all teachers, v v v v v v v v v v v v all-call system for announcements, informational meetings, PTO meetings, math and admin team reading nights. 3. Parent information : team leaders v v v v v v v v v • Each grade level developed a common syllabus and sent a copy to their J Hill students parents. all teachers • Parent will be given access to online electronic gradebook; teachers will post grades by Tuesday of each week. • Student agenda and homework folders sent home daily. • Phone calls and parent conferences.Goal #3 Communication Strategy # 2 Will do its part to forge positive relationships.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark:
  11. 11. (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will do its part to forge positive relationships with (type in a quantitative measure) stakeholders to enhance support of families, community members, and the business community.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Host Open House event. all staff v2. Ensure all written and verbal communication is provided in both Spanish and English, admin team, v v v v v v v v v v v vincluding campus handbook Pachicano3. Conduct a formal parent teacher conference for parents of all students during the fall all teachers v v v v v vsemester.Conduct parent-teacher conferences at least two times during the year for parents of studentswho are at risk of failing. Tier II and Tier III instruction will be explained.4. All teachers will send home a folder daily to communicate to the parents their child’s all teachers v v v v v v v v v v v vacademic progress and behavior.5. Disseminate information to parents on a consistent basis through the use of Werchan, Cantu v v v v v v v v v v v v • TISD website teachers • Local newspaper principals • Teacher and Principal Parent newsletters • Automated message system6. Inform and provide parents the opportunity to utilize TXconnect to track individual all teachers , J Hill v v v v v v v v v vstudent grades, assignments, incomplete work and behavior.Goal #3 Communication Strategy # 3 Will do its part to provide increased opportunities for teachers, parents and the community.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will do its part to provide increased opportunities for (type in a quantitative measure) teachers, parents and the community to become full partners in the education of their children.Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)
  12. 12. Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Send homework, agenda and web page information so parents can help students at teachers v v v v v v v v v v v home. 2. Host informational meetings about current learning expectations and how to help Richter v v v v children succeed - twice a semester. 3. Support a PTO that offers families and community member involvement and Richter, Levy v v v v v v v v v v mentoring opportunities. 4. Ducktime mentors - Encourage high school, community, and parent mentoring admin team v v v v v v v v v during Ducktime. Matthews 5. Encourage community and parent volunteers to be part of Explore - where they can teachers v v v v v v v v v join in activities with students, model lifelong learning, share experiences and information about professions. Parent Involvement Coordinator (J. Matthews) (All Campuses) (Title I – part A as the funding source) 6.Encourage family involvement in THJ programs and activities including, but not limited teachers, admin team, v v v v v v v v v v v to reading night, math night, Duck University programs. MatthewsParent Involvement (supplies; snacks) (All campuses) (Add Title I to funding source) 7.. Continue to work on coordinating and encouraging a strong volunteer program. admin team, Levy v v v v v v v v v v v v Goal #3 Communication Strategy # 4 Provide a communications structure that provides for uniform information to and encourages feedback from all employees. Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will provide a communications structure that (type in a quantitative measure) provides for uniform information to and encourages feedback from all employees of the District. Leader Progress Report Dates: (type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports) Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount: (type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount) Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible
  13. 13. 1. Regular meetings of admin, office, teachers, paras groups principals v v v v v v v v v v v 2. Regularly scheduled meetings of all groups as a staff Richter v v v v v v v v v v v 3. Email of agendas and minutes for all meetings, including feedback and questions team leaders, v v v v v v v v v v v principalsGoal #3 Communication Strategy # 5 Provide translated communication access for limited-English students, family/community members.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will provide translated communication access for (type in a quantitative measure) limited-English students, family/community members.Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Communications sent in English and Spanish - all-call phone messages, handbooks, admin team, v v v v v v v v v v v v forms Pachicano 2. Also, verbal and written translations provided as needed and upon request - e.g. all staff v v v v v v v v v v v v meetings, conversations with the office, conferences with teachers and admin, referrals bilingual staffGoal #3 Communication Strategy # 6 Revise the TISD website.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will revise the TISD website to more accurately (type in a quantitative measure) reflect an exemplary District focused on high levels of success for all students.Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)
  14. 14. Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Staff assigned to upkeep/refresh information and visuals on campus website; Werchan, Cantu v v v v v v v v v v v v coordinate coverage of campus events with CO Richter 2. Training for staff to upkeep website - initial and follow-up as needed. J Hill vGoal #4 Resources Strategy # 1 Provide good stewardship over the District’s fiscal resources.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will provide good stewardship over the District’s (type in a quantitative measure) fiscal resources.Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)Resources Required: Source of Funds: Amount:(type in your text. Hit control-tab to get to next column) (type in where the funds are coming from and then the amount)Activity Person(s) Sept May Aug Nov Mar Jun Dec Feb Oct Jan Apr Jul Responsible 1. Major purchases vetted through CLT - re necessity and priority campus leadership v v v v v v v v v v v team 2. All classroom purchases vetted through related departments - re necessity and dept chairs with dept v v v v v v v v v v v priority input 3 All technology purchases vetted through campus source, and then through technology admin team, v v v v v v v v v v v v department for system matching and potential savings i.e. bulk purchase of items. tech dept 4. Campus to comply with energy program and proactively plan for energy admin team, M Janak v v v v v v v v v v v v conservation; consult with district energy manager.Goal #4 Resources Strategy # 2 Foster a professional environment to attract and retain high performing administration, faculty, and staff.Leader(s): Brief Description: Evaluation Benchmark: (type in who the leaders are for this) TISD will foster a professional environment to attract and (type in a quantitative measure) retain high performing administration, faculty, and staff who reflect the values of the community, serve as positive role models, exhibit moral excellence and are committed to achieving excellence for all students.Leader Progress Report Dates:(type in at least 2 dates for your dates for your reports)

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