2011-12 Strategic Accomplishments

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2011-12 Strategic Accomplishments

  1. 1. A Year in Review2011‐12 Major District Accomplishments
  2. 2. Alignment, Leadership &Continuous Improvement -Jay Marino
  3. 3. 21st Century Learning!
  4. 4. Continuous Improvement “Systemic” Alignment Model  “No one escapes continuous improvement”    Shared Leadership   Roles & Responsibilities  Documents/Goals  Results/Data  Time   Provides oversight to the District    Plan on a page (goals/data)    District  District Leadership   Communication & alignment  District Strategic  District  Team (DLT)  Plan on a Page  Balanced  Meets quarterly  (report back to stakeholders)  SMART Goals Aligned – PDSA as Improvement Process  Scorecard   Voice of customer & stakeholder  input (insight into decisions)   Set and communicate direction  at school   Create and monitor: SIP, POP,  School Improvement  Building Leadership  Scorecard, etc.  School Balanced  Meets 1 to 2 times  School  Team (BLT)   Build leadership capacity  Plan & School Plan  Scorecard  per month  on a Page   Align PLC work in school   P.D. on systems/process (not  curriculum)   Align PLC work across grade  levels or content area  Classroom SMART Classroom/ Professional Learning   Align work to SIP goals (SMART  Classroom Data  Meets 2‐4 times  Goals & Classroom  Teacher  Communities (PLC)  goal & short cycle PDSA)  Center  per month  Plan on a Page   Address 4 PLC questions   RTI/Systems of intervention   Engage students in 21st century  Classroom Learning  learning   Daily (Class Classroom/ Student Individual  Student Data  Community (CLC: The   Empowerment/accountability  meetings 4 times  Student  SMART Goals  Folder  8 components/Lotus)   Align class goals to SIP goals  per month)   Connect every student to goals      
  5. 5. Baldrige Criteria Organizational Profile Environment, Relationships, & Challenges 2 5 Strategic Workforce Planning Focus 7 1 BusinessLeadership 3 6 Results Customer & Process Market Focus Mgmt 4 Measurement, Analysis & Knowledge Management
  6. 6. CUSTOMER FOCUS – 16.3dBoard/Admin:  Our employees are allowed to make decisions to solve problems for their customers.Staff:  I am allowed to make decisions to solve problems for my customers.80%70% 67% 64%60%50%40% Board/Admin Staff30% 19% 18%20% 12% 10%10% 6% 5% 2% 0% 0% Strongly Disagree Disagree Undecided Agree Strongly Agree
  7. 7. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Completed self‐assessment of perceived  progress within the 7 Baldrige criteria • Board/Administration perception compared to  employees perception• Assigned category champions for areas  rated lower • SMART goals and action plans created
  8. 8. Facilities & TechnologyLisa Parker
  9. 9. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Department Leadership Teams met 4 times• Developed:  • Tracked improvement data through satisfaction  surveys for students (including focus groups) • Captured staff input through surveys and used  data to drive improvements • Departments set and communicated direction  through: plan on a page, scorecard and data  collection/display
  10. 10. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Began integrating data through PowerSchool • ACT, PSAE and ISAT data accessible • Student Health Records• Automation of student fees• Automation of other data systems that will contribute to the data warehouse
  11. 11. Other Accomplishments• Construction of Hickory Grove• Wireless “wifi” installation • All schools • Data/phones at football field/surrounding fields• Upgraded phone system at District Office• All K‐8 buildings are on new website design• Continued with Smartboard installations• Automation of field trip requests
  12. 12. Other Accomplishments• Help Desk for Maintenance /Technology• Development of a Transportation Handbook• Completion of soccer field complex at DVMS• Job descriptions for cafeteria staff• Redistricting school boundaries
  13. 13. Curriculum & InstructionLonna Anderson
  14. 14. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Identified of Content Area Power Standards• Created District Curriculum Maps • Answering PLC Question #1: What is it we want all  students to know and be able to do?• Developed, administered, and analyzed a unit  common formative assessment • Answering PLC Question #2: How will we  know our students are learning?• Created public curriculum site • http://dunlapcusd‐public.rubiconatlas.org/Atlas/Public/View/Default
  15. 15. Additional Accomplishments• Began implementation process for the Common Core Math & ELA Standards • Became familiar with the standards • Conducted a gap analysis • Began addressing gaps • Curricular resources • Instructional changes • Updated curriculum maps • Developed Elementary Literacy &  Writing Leaders 
  16. 16. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Collaboratively reviewed DHS courses to ensure  alignment with the District’s vision. • Recommendations included: • discontinued, modified, and new courses  • Increased graduation requirements for science• Expanded blended course offerings • Business Coop (fall 2011) • US History (spring 2012) • Resource Management (fall 2012) • Dunlap Academy/ Enrichment Eagles (fall 2012)
  17. 17. Additional Accomplishments• Full day Kindergarten for 2012‐13 • Researched Best Practices • Curricular and instructional preparation for full day  schedule• Elementary Enrichment Eagles • Researched Best Practices • Created Identification Criteria • Developed Services• Continued implementation of  Classroom Learning Communities
  18. 18. Human ResourcesErik Christian
  19. 19. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Certified Evaluation Revision Tool (CERT) • The revised certified evaluation process is on‐ schedule • Overwhelmingly positive feedback from the  March 16 Institute Day • Incorporated feedback into plan
  20. 20. SMART Goal Accomplishments• Extra‐Curricular Evaluation Tool • A pilot of the tool was conducted in the  spring of 2012 • Transition of the process to the District  Athletic Director has begun
  21. 21. Other Accomplishments• Elementary Staff Re‐Structuring• Administrative Hiring Process• On‐Line Training Program (Public School WORKS)• Labor/Employee Relations Consistency• Employee Intranet
  22. 22. A Look Forward… 2012‐13 Major District InitiativesAugust Board Meeting

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