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The Stamford Public School District has begun the work toward meeting the Connecticut State Department of Education requirement that each student in grades 6-12 will have an individual student success …

The Stamford Public School District has begun the work toward meeting the Connecticut State Department of Education requirement that each student in grades 6-12 will have an individual student success plan in place by 2012.

To accomplish this work:

• An implementation team has been assembled:

– Middle and high school representatives including teachers, school counselors, and administrators.

– District office staff including program directors.

• A three year action plan and framework is being developed.

• SPS has chosen to use Naviance as a resource to develop these plans.

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  • 1. ADMINISTERING STUDENT SUCCESS PLANS WITH NAVIANCE SUCCEED Presented by Carolyn Conte, Susan Rigano and Paula Ward
  • 2. About Stamford Public Schools • 4th largest city in CT • 15,000 public school students • 11 elementary schools (grades K-5) • 1 elementary/middle school (grades K-8) • 5 middle schools • 3 high schools • 59% minority students • 40% of students are from non-English speaking homes
  • 3. Stamford Public Schools and Naviance Succeed• Three high schools, five middle schools and one K-8 International Baccaleurate school utilize Naviance.• The acquisition of Naviance was facilitated by a grant written by the Stamford Public Education Foundation (SPEF) to the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.
  • 4. Introduction to Student Success PlansThe Stamford Public School District has begun the work towardmeeting the Connecticut State Department of Educationrequirement that each student in grades 6-12 will have anindividual student success plan in place by 2012.To accomplish this work:• An implementation team has been assembled: – Middle and high school representatives including teachers, school counselors, and administrators. – District office staff including program directors.• A three year action plan and framework is being developed.• SPS has chosen to use Naviance as a resource to develop these plans.
  • 5. Why Naviance Succeed?• On-line school community• Secure and equitable access• Organizes and promotes expectations• Tracks completion• Reports
  • 6. What Can Students Do With Naviance Succeed?• Set personal goals• Complete tasks assigned to them• Create to-dos for themselves• Connect to-dos with goals• Add reflections on goals and tasks• Communicate with school members of the Naviance Succeed community
  • 7. What Can Teachers and School Counselors Do with Naviance Succeed?• Assign standard or custom tasks• Monitor goals and tasks• Comment on student goals and tasks• Assign tasks to themselves• Manage a personal to-do list• Communicate with school members of the Naviance Succeed community including students
  • 8. What Can Schools and Districts Do With Naviance Succeed?• Define goal categories to focus student goal creation• Create tasks and assign them to students• Define programs• Monitor student progress on goals and tasks• Comment and collaborate with students• Track interventions
  • 9. Naviance Succeed TerminologyGoals• Created by the student• Belong to a category that the school/district createsTasks• Created at the district or school level• Can be assigned to groups of students or a single student• Often referred to as milestones by school districtsPrograms• Created at the district or school level• Are groups of tasks that can be assigned like tasksTo-dos• Are action steps created by students and can be associated to a goal
  • 10. 9th Grade Stamford Public School and Grade 9 Stamford Public Education Foundation College and Career Ready Milestones Grade Level College and Career Ready Tasks/Milestones Goal Student/Family Milestone Naviance District Program Understand key college Register for Naviance and create an online portfolio9.1 and career ready Learn about key grade level milestones College and Career Ready milestones Complete “About Me-Game Plan” Explore career Complete Naviance "Career Interest Profiler" Explore Career Options9.2 opportunities Begin resume Complete “Internet Usage Survey” Know Post Secondary Options Know your post Complete Naviance Freshman surveys9.3 secondary college For Spanish speaking families - attend outreach meetings options Attend College Fair (October) Take SAT subject tests as appropriate
  • 11. jhkjh 10th Grade Stamford Public School and Stamford Public Education Foundation College and Career Ready Tasks/Milestones Grade Level College and Career Ready Milestones Goal Student/Family Milestone Naviance District Program Complete Naviance Sophomore Surveys Understand grade level college Attend College Fair (October) and career milestone College and Career10.1 Attend SPEF financial matters workshop for parents (January/February) Milestones Visit a college campus For Spanish speaking families - attend outreach meetings Complete "Do What You Are" personality profile/Review strengths and blind spots Build personal online portfolio Identify community service activities, internship or career related10.2 Build Online Portfolio experiences Update resume Review Goals and Interest Profiler Prepare for and take Take PSAT Review10.3 Standardized Tests- Subset necessary standardized tests Take SAT subject tests as appropriate Explore career opportunities Review Naviance "Career Interest Profiler"10.4 Explore Career Opportunities Identify interesting career clusters and corresponding study programs
  • 12. 11th Grade Stamford Public School and Stamford Public Education Foundation College and Career Ready Tasks/Milestones Grade 11 Grade Level College and Career Ready Milestones Goal Student/Family Milestone Naviance District Program Complete Naviance Junior Surveys For Spanish speaking families - attend outreach meetings Identify post secondary Meet with guidance counselor to discuss plans11.1 plan Identify Post Secondary Plan For athletes, register with NCAA Clearinghouse and review requirements Attend College Fair (October) Read College Selection Procedures Document Attend college rep visits Go on college tours or visit colleges on your own Confirm college options11.2 Register for SAT/ACT Confirm College Options Take AP or ECE classes if recommended Identify teachers for recommendations Create preliminary college list Take SAT or ACT Prep course or free SAT or ACT online tests Prepare for and take11.3 Take SAT/ACT Standardized Tests standardized tests Take relevant SAT subject tests Expand personal online Identify community service activities, internship or career related experience11.4 portfolio Update resume Expand Online Portfolio Begin college essay Read College Financial Aid/Scholarships Procedures Document Understand financial Attend financial matters workshop for parents obligations of college11.5 Begin scholarship search Financial Obligations-College and beyond Read “Get in 2 College Guide”
  • 13. 12th Grade Stamford Public School and College and Career Ready Tasks/Milestones Stamford Public Education Foundation Grade Level College and Career Ready Milestones Goal Student/Family Milestone Naviance District Program Meet with guidance counselor to discuss plans Read “Get in 2 College Guide” Revise and complete college essay Update resume Complete and submit 1-5 college/job applications Take SAT/ACT again if necessary Visit campuses and participate in interviews when indicated12.1 Complete college Visit final choice colleges Complete College App Process application Enter college application data, including requests/surveys and froms process below* Submit mid-year report requests Accept admission offer and make deposit Submit final transcript For athletes, submit NCAA forms and transcript Complete Naviance Graduation Survey Secure financial12.2 support Complete and finalize financial aid forms (FAFSA, CSS) Secure Financial Support Complete appropriate scholarship applications*Forms:  Records release form and/or FERPA release on Naviance  Scholarship inquiry form or survey  Naviance Transcript request  Teacher/Counselor recommendation worksheets or survey and resume  Naviance final transcript request
  • 14. Let’s Look at Naviance
  • 15. Programs
  • 16. tasks
  • 17. Search & Assign
  • 18. Goals
  • 19. Planner - dashboard
  • 20. Why Naviance Succeed?• On-line school community• Secure and equitable access• Organizes and promotes expectations• Tracks completion• Reports
  • 21. Questions
  • 22. Contact Information Susan Rigano Carolyn Conte Executive Director Stamford Public Education FoundationStamford Public Education Foundation 62 Palmers Hill Road 62 Palmers Hill Road Stamford, CT 06902 Stamford, CT 06902 203 253 3773 203-965-7733 crconte@optonline.net srigano@spefct.org www.spefct.org www.spefct.org Paula Ward Curriculum Associate for Technology Research Department Stamford Public Schools 203.977.5109 pward@ci.stamford.ct.us Stamfordpublicschools.org

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