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Looking Forward to the 2010-11 Year
 

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  • Leadership quotes playing Band Lisa -> Christine Christine -> Jay Thank you President Finley. At this time I’d also like to introduce other board members who are here today and ask them to stand: Amy Doering, Steve Rieker and Joe Eberle. There volunteer services are commendable! Good morning. It is wonderful to have our complete team gathered here as we launch another school year. It takes each of us doing our part to continue the tradition of excellence in the Dunlap school district. It doesn’t matter if you serve food in the kitchen, keep our facilities clean, answer phones, teach our students in the classroom or transport our kids to school. Speaking of getting kids to school…
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Looking Forward to the 2010-11 Year Looking Forward to the 2010-11 Year Presentation Transcript

  • 2010-11 Key District Initiatives August 11th, 2010
  • Teamwork, Collaboration & Shared Leadership! Continue to transform the District!
  • 21 st Century Learning!
  • All facilities now have a large framed poster of the District Plan on a Page!
  • Your School’s Mission Your School’s SMART Goals
  • Your Classroom Mission Your Classroom SMART Goals
  • Your Department Mission Your Department SMART Goals
  • District Strategic Plan District Leadership Team School/Dept. Leadership Teams PLC’s (Grade/Content)
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  • Dunlap Community Unit School District #323 Balanced Scorecard Goal #1: To Continuously Improve Student Growth and Achievement # Measure Grade & Subject Historical Trend Current Future Targets Subject 2007 2008 2009 09-2010 2011 2012 2013 1.A Increase the % of students proficient in reading as measured by the ISAT/PSAE . 3rd Reading 94 96 93 94       5th Reading 89 94 93 92       8th Reading 98 96 97 96       11th Reading 73 78 79 78       1.B Increase the % of students proficient in math as measured by the ISAT/PSAE . 3rd Math 100 99 98 99       5th Math 94 96 96 94       8th Math 97 97 96 96       11th Math 75 83 77 73       1.C Increase the % of students proficient in science as measured by the ISAT/PSAE . 4th Science 95 97 96 98       7th Science 94 87 94 97       11th Science 75 81 78 77       1.D Increase the % of students proficient in writing as measured by the ISAT/PSAE . 3rd Writing N/A N/A 83 86       5th Writing 67 72 66 71       8th Writing 79 77 78 81       11th Writing 69 78 77 75       1.E Increase % of cohort growth in reading and math as measured by ISAT by 8th grade cohort scores from 3rd grade. 8th Reading 5 8 14 4       8th Math -1 2 4 -1      
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  • District Leadership Team
    • Set and communicate direction for the District
    • Monitor the Strategic Plan implementation
    • Monitor the District Dashboard measures
    • Provide stakeholder input/perspective moving forward
    • Meet Quarterly
  • District Leadership Team Members
    • Board
    • Superintendent/Cabinet
    • Building Administrators
    • Dunlap Education Association
    • Community Members
    • Teachers
    • Students
    • Support Staff
    • Parents
  • Building Leadership Team
    • Set and communicate direction for the school
    • Make site based decisions
    • Create and monitor the school improvement plan
    • Review and act upon incoming data
    • Communicate progress toward school improvement plan goals
    • Coordinate PLC work!
  • Building Leadership Team Members Elementary Middle School High School Administrator (Principal) Administrator Principal/Asst. Principal Administrator Principal/Asst. Principal Classroom Teachers (K/1, 2/3, 4/5) Classroom Teachers (Grade Level/Core Content) Classroom Teachers (Department Chairs) Special Area Teachers (Art/Music/PE) Special Area Teachers (Art/Music/PE) Special Area Teachers (Art/Music/PE Dept. Chair) Non Classroom (Counselor/Support Staff) Non Classroom (Counselor/Support Staff) Non Classroom (Counselor/Support Staff) Other Other Other
  • Department Leadership Teams
    • Create Teams including Technology, Maintenance, Cafeteria, Transportation
    • Plan on a Page for each department
    • Smart Goals, Action Plans and balanced scorecards
    • Data Displays
  • Data Warehouse Initiative
    • Creation of stakeholder team
    • Identify best practices/research on data warehousing
    • Look at what data is currently being collected
    • Continue into 2011-2012 school year
    • Vision: central data warehouse to access any and all data
  • Facility Planning
    • Site Master planning
      • Input from stakeholders
      • Recommendation to board for facility upgrades
    • Continue to keep current facilities updated
  • Referendum/New Elementary
    • Coordinate the Communications Committee for referendum
    • Continue with design process of elementary school upon successful referendum
  • Referendum Financing
    • Work with board Finance committee on the details of funding the new elementary school
    • Work with Mesirow Financial on potential levy increases
  • Investments
    • S & P Rating of AA (already received Moody’s rating of Aa2)
    • Bonds/Funding related to successful referendum
    • Diversification of investments with District Treasurer – Heritage, CEFCU, Charles Schwab
  • Budget
    • Adopt Final FY ’11 Budget 
    • Monthly Budget Analysis
    • State Reports and State Funding
    • 2010 Levy and FY ’12 Budget
  • Miscellaneous Projects
    • Teacher Negotiations
    • Conversion of 403(b) Plan to ING from AIG VALIC
  • Goal Area: Curriculum Mapping
    • Facilitate the Curriculum Mapping Process
    • Actions
      • Capture the taught curriculum
      • Identify:
        • “ What is it we what all students to know and be able to do?”
        • “ How will we know that students have learned the content and skills?”
      • Begin alignment conversations among grade levels/departments
  • Curriculum Mapping Products
    • Each secondary teacher will map one course
    • Elementary non-core teachers will map primary courses
    • Suggested curriculum changes as a result of mapping analysis
  • Goal Area: 21 st Century Learning
    • Facilitate a process that describes the future state of 21 st Learning in the District
    • Actions:
      • Define the future state of 21 st Century Learning in the Dunlap Schools (survey)
      • Complete a Gap Analysis of current versus future state
      • Recommend actions to achieve desired state
  • Goal Area: District Special Education Plan
    • Facilitate a special education advisory group in establishing a District SE Plan
    • Actions
      • Identify priorities among stakeholders
      • Create a vision for SE services within the district
      • Conduct a gap analysis
      • Prepare a 3 to 5 yr. Plan
  • Human Resources Planning SWOT Analysis Gap Analysis Identify & Prioritize Initiatives High Priorities Low Priorities Implement Evaluate Re-Assess
  • 2010-11 Key District Initiatives August 11th, 2010