School of the incarnation strategic plan

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School of the incarnation strategic plan

  1. 1. Presented by: Jennifer L. O’Leary, faculty member
  2. 2.  School of the Incarnation is an inter-parish school in Gambrills, Maryland.  We serve 760 students in grades K-8.  We are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.  School of the Incarnation opened our doors in 2000.
  3. 3.  The Steering Committee, made up of the school principal and select school board members  The Coordinating Committee, made up of School Board members  The Issues Committees, made up of School Board members, parent representatives, faculty members, and administrative staff  Academic Excellence  Finance Planning  Facilities and Operations  Institutional Advancement
  4. 4.  School of the Incarnation will remain a Roman Catholic elementary school.  School of the Incarnation is an inter-parish school serving the six parishes of:  St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Crofton  Church of the Holy Apostles, Gambrills  Holy Family, Davidsonville  St. Joseph, Odenton  Our Lady of the Fields, Millersville  Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Edgewater  School of the Incarnation will continue serving children in Kindergarten to Grade 8.
  5. 5.  School of the Incarnation will continue to be financially self- supporting, dependent upon tuition, philanthropic support, and other income to fund its annual operating and capital expenses.  School of the Incarnation will continue to work closely with the Division of Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, adapting the Archdiocesan standards-based curriculum to its needs, but embracing this curriculum in its entirety.  The Strategic Plan for the School of the Incarnation will complement “Preserving the Tradition, Transforming the Future: The Rebirth of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore,” the strategic plan for the Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.  School of the Incarnation is a non-profit corporation of the State of Maryland, legally joined to its inter-parish sponsors, and will maintain its operations at its present site.
  6. 6.  For the purpose of this presentation, we will focus on the goals and objectives of the Academic Excellence Committee.
  7. 7.  Hire a Coordinator of Curriculum and Professional Development. (Fall, 2011)
  8. 8.  Implementation of the new technology plan to include:  The specification of the role of the instructional technology teacher and instructional assistant in support of faculty and student use of technology in the classroom. (Fall, 2010)  The purchase of new computers in the technology lab and the installation of associated network access points. (Fall, 2010)  Investigation and procurement of new technologies that enhance the instructional program as they become available e.g. SMART Board, Flip Video Camera, projectors and student notebooks. (Spring, 2011)
  9. 9.  Investigate programs, strategies and the possible collaboration with other educational institutions to address the needs of students who exhibit talented and gifted attributes. (Spring, 2011)
  10. 10.  Continue the curriculum mapping initiative to enhance curriculum and instruction in all content areas and publish maps of all subject areas in order to:  Ensure that instructional pacing is adjusted in line with current and future Archdiocesan mandated assessments. Identify gaps and redundancies in all content areas. (Fall, 2010 – Ongoing)  Build a wider array of assessment types to address the needs of differing learning styles and to enhance higher order thinking skills. (Fall, 2010 – Ongoing)  Use data from standardized testing to direct instruction and to ensure proficiency in knowledge and skill in all content areas. (Fall, 2010 – Ongoing).
  11. 11.  If you have questions, please contact School of the Incarnation 410-519-2285  E-mail Jennifer O’Leary, faculty member joleary@schooloftheincarnation.org  Would you like to be a part of the next strategic planning committee? Please contact us!

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