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  • To set and communicate direction for everyone, we formatted a “plan on a page” which will be displayed in all schools and work areas as a reminder of our work ahead. All staff are asked to display the plan on a page in their work areas and in classroom data centers.

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  • 2012-13 Key District Initiatives August 8th, 2012
  • 21stCenturyLearning!
  • District Strategic Plan District Leadership TeamSchool/Dept. Leadership Teams PLC’s (Grade/Content)
  • Alignment, Leadership &ContinuousImprovement -Jay Marino
  • BALDRIGE CRITERIAStrategic‘Above the Line’ Leadership Student, Stakeholder & Strategic Planning Market Focus Strategic Performance Results Human Process Resource Process Management Focus Performance Results Information & AnalysisOperational‘Below the Line’ CORE VALUES
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  • Strategy to break down organizational barriers to enableContinuous Improvement throughout the District.Key factors include:  Encourage innovation, creativity, cost-savings and increased quality  Engage all minds and expertise throughout the District  Utilize improvement ideas from those closest to the work  Engage shared leadership teams and empower them to make process improvements on the front line 12
  •  Best Practice: Effective organizations engage their employees in improving quality, efficiency, cost savings and safety Baldrige Criteria: The criteria call for a standardized process to seek input from employees and encourage innovation Need: As funding decreases, we need innovative ways to improve quality and reduce costs (front line employees know best!) Data: In recent surveys, employees identified this as an opportunity for improvement! 13
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  • strategicOur o r i t! an ca lls fpl“Continual stakeholder feedbackguides improvement.”Goal 5: “To obtain efficient,effective and equitable use ofresources.” 15
  • 1. Originate Suggestion Card2. Leadership Team Review & Assign3. Implement Idea/Suggestion4. Complete, Sign-off & Recognize 16
  • Facilities & TechnologyLisa Parker
  • Other Key Tasks• Hickory Grove Elementary School• Next steps for facilities• Automation of processes• Support Services Handbooks/Job Descriptions• Department Leadership Teams
  • Curriculum & InstructionLonna Anderson
  • Other Key Tasks• Implementation of Enrichment Eagles (grades 3-5)• Standards based report cards
  • Other Key Tasks• Social, emotional, behavioral focus• Coordination of services • Counselors • Psychologists • Social Workers• Prevention and intervention services • Bullying • Drug and alcohol • Behavior interventions systems and discipline
  • Human ResourcesErik Christian
  • Other Key Tasks• Education Reform Initiatives• Administrator Performance Evaluation• Public School Works• Job Description Creation/Updates• HRIS (with IT, Finance)
  • 2012-13 Key District Initiatives August 8th, 2012