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Strategic Plan Presentation to School Board

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Strategic Plan Presentation to School Board

  1. 1. Dunlap Community Unit School District #323<br />Strategic Plan Update<br />
  2. 2. Set and Communicate Direction<br />Consensus <br />Alignment<br />Accountability<br />Why a Strategic Plan?<br />
  3. 3. The "good" to "great" tool!<br />Strategic plan!<br />
  4. 4. 38 representatives<br />Teachers, Administrators, Support Staff<br />Dunlap Education Association<br />Board of Education<br />Parents, Students, Community Members<br />Governmental Officials from the City of Peoria and the Village of Dunlap<br />6 committee meetings during the year<br />All information posted publicly on District site<br />3 opportunities for stakeholder input<br />Strategic Planning Committee<br />
  5. 5. Steps to Strategic Planning<br />
  6. 6. Strategic Plan Key Themes<br />Preparing students for the world ahead <br />A focus on 21st century skills<br />Communicators and collaborators<br />Culturally aware citizens<br />Innovative, creative, resourceful thinkers<br />A focus on learning and student engagement<br />Teamwork, collaboration and shared leadership<br />Data driven and results oriented<br />Involving everyone in continuous improvement<br />
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  8. 8. What skills does OSF look for?<br />Mission focused<br />Customer service<br />Multi-tasking<br />Leadership qualities<br />Teamwork<br />Conflict Resolution<br />Cross Training<br />Accountability<br />
  9. 9. University provides a major source of top professional talent<br />No longer enough to be an expert in one field<br />Our students must be uniquely prepared to operate in a new paradigm where cross-disciplinary collaboration is expected<br />Developed Engineering Business Convergence Center<br />Facility includes:<br />Two large innovation and commercialization laboratories <br />Equivalent to a small company <br />Multidisciplinary teams<br />
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  11. 11. As a recruiter for a global company…<br />Average hire is bi/tri-lingual and has traveled/worked abroad <br />Changing global company<br />Cross-disciplinary collaboration – strategic planning<br />Students must be prepared!<br />Multi-disciplinary learning /experience - Companies do more with less<br />International exposure cultural and languages<br />Critical thinking<br />Entrepreneurship (innovation and creativity)<br />Solutions oriented & Continuous learning culture (Continuous Improvement!)<br />
  12. 12. Stakeholder Input<br />Internal and external<br />2 Major forums<br /><ul><li>March 2nd Parents/community
  13. 13. March 18th All employees</li></li></ul><li>
  14. 14. March 18th Institute Day- All Employees<br />
  15. 15. Summary Ratings<br />97% Consensus<br />
  16. 16. MOTTO:<br />Educate . . .<br />Empower . . .<br />Excel . . .<br />:<br /> District 323 DUNLAP SCHOOLS<br />Mission and Vision<br />MISSION:The Dunlap School Community will empower all students to excel in a global society.<br />VISION:Dunlap students will continuously excel in a global society by being:<br /><ul><li>Self-motivated learners
  17. 17. Critical thinkers
  18. 18. Effectivecommunicators
  19. 19. Skilledcollaborators
  20. 20. Responsible and culturally aware citizens
  21. 21. Technologically capablecreators</li></ul>Core Values<br />WE BELIEVE . . .<br /><ul><li>While all children can learn, they learn at different rates and in different ways.
  22. 22. High expectations and an engaging, innovative, technological learning environment are critical to the learning success of all students.
  23. 23. Students must take responsibility for their own learning and achievement.
  24. 24. Effective collaboration requires trust, mutual respect, open, and honest communication.
  25. 25. District policies are necessary to ensure equitable and consistent implementation of expectations.
  26. 26. Goals must be specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, and time-bound.
  27. 27. Continual stakeholder feedback guides improvement.</li></li></ul><li>Dunlap Schools<br />District 323<br /> Goals Strategies <br />Strategy Action Plans<br /><ul><li>Teacher teams will develop and align common assessments with state and national standards and provide feedback to each student and parent.
  28. 28. Leadership teams will set and communicate direction which aligns the work of each school improvement plan to the District Strategic Plan.
  29. 29. Interventions and enrichments will align with state and national standards to provide progress monitoring to ensure the needs of all students are met.
  30. 30. Students will be responsible for tracking and monitoring their learning progress, collecting evidence of their success, and setting goals to accomplish future learning.
  31. 31. A data management system will be implemented to allow for all essential data to be collected, accessed, analyzed, reported, and acted upon.
  32. 32. District, school, grade level and department teams will have adequate time, tools, strategies, training, and resources to communicate, collaborate ,and monitor progress.
  33. 33. Communication and collaboration with parents and community will ensure engagement and satisfaction.
  34. 34. Long-range financial decisions will balance the needs of a high quality educational program for students with the financial ability of the community to provide adequate resources.
  35. 35. Long-range K-12 facilities/space decisions will balance the needs of a safe, secure, nurturing learning/teaching environment with the community’s financial ability to provide adequate resources. </li></ul>To Continuously Improve Student Growth and Achievement<br />To Obtain a Satisfying and Productive Classroom and School Learning Environment<br />To Achieve a Satisfying and Productive Classroom and School Teaching Environment<br />To Ensure a Satisfying and Productive Partnership with Families and the Community<br />To Obtain Efficient, Effective, and Equitable Use of Resources<br />
  36. 36. Unit District 323 Dunlap Schools Strategic Plan Dashboard 2010-2013 <br /> Goals Indicators When B T C<br />To Continuously Improve Student Growth and Achievement<br /><ul><li>Students will meet/exceed expectations on state assessments comparable to benchmark districts . Annual
  37. 37. Students will meet/exceed college readiness standards. Annual
  38. 38. Students will meet/exceed District grade level and course learning expectations. Annual
  39. 39. Students will meet/exceed personal goals. Annual
  40. 40. The number of students participating in honors & advanced placement courses will increase over time. Semester
  41. 41. Academic performance gaps among subgroup populations will decrease over time. Annual
  42. 42. Students will make successful transitions from elementary school to middle school, from middle Annual</li></ul> school to high school, and from post high school education and/or career paths.<br /><ul><li>Behavior expectations for students will be consistent and fair. Monthly
  43. 43. Students will be highly engaged in academic programs and activities. Semester
  44. 44. Students will be highly engaged in extracurricular programs and activities. Semester
  45. 45. The ratio of certified and support staff to students will be consistent with benchmark districts. Annual
  46. 46. Students will report high levels of satisfaction . Annual
  47. 47. Staff will indicate high levels of satisfaction. Annual
  48. 48. Staff will contribute to high performing collaborative teams. Annual
  49. 49. Staff will be highly qualified and will maintain proper credentials and certification. Annual
  50. 50. Staff will be engaged in professional development opportunities aligned to school and District goals. Semester
  51. 51. Staff performance expectations will be consistently implemented and monitored to ensure Annual</li></ul> expectations are achieved.<br /><ul><li>Staff retention rates will be comparable to benchmark districts . Annual
  52. 52. Staff compensation and benefits will be comparable to benchmark districts. Annual
  53. 53. Parents will indicate high levels of satisfaction. Annual
  54. 54. Community members will indicate high levels of satisfaction. Annual
  55. 55. Parents will be involved in academic and extracurricular activities. Semester
  56. 56. There will be multiple opportunities for parents to be involved in school and District decision-making. Semester
  57. 57. There will be increased use of two-way communication systems with parents and the community. Annual
  58. 58. Budgets will be aligned to school and District priorities. Annual
  59. 59. The District audit will have no findings. Annual
  60. 60. District financial data will compare favorably with benchmark districts. Annual
  61. 61. The student to computer ratio will support curricular goals. Annual
  62. 62. Utilization of technology resources will be comparable to benchmark districts. Annual
  63. 63. Academic and athletic facilities will be safe, clean, well-maintained and comparable to benchmark Semester</li></ul> districts.<br /><ul><li>Repairs will be completed timely, efficiently and effectively. Semester</li></ul>B= Baseline<br />T= Target<br />C= Current<br />To Obtain a Satisfying and Productive Classroom and School Learning Environment<br />To Achieve a Satisfying and Productive Classroom and School Teaching Environment<br />To Ensure a Satisfying and Productive Partnership with Families and the Community<br />To Obtain Efficient, Effective, and Equitable Use of Resources<br />
  64. 64. Strategic Plan Next Steps<br />Formal board approval of Policy 1:30 (Mission) in May<br />The cabinet will create:<br />Action plans for key strategies to include timelines/resources<br />Key measures for each goal in the form of a balanced score card<br />Implementation of a District Leadership Team to monitor the plan<br />Schools to create school improvement plans aligned to the District strategic plan<br />Classrooms to create “Data Centers” that align to school goals<br />Students tracking progress in data folders that align to classroom goals<br />
  65. 65. Strategic Plan Next Steps<br />Formal board approval of Policy 1:30 (Mission) in May<br />The cabinet will create:<br />Action plans for key strategies to include timelines/resources<br />Key measures for each goal in the form of a balanced score card<br />Implementation of a District Leadership Team to monitor the plan<br />Schools to create school improvement plans aligned to the District strategic plan<br />Classrooms to create “Data Centers” that align to school goals<br />Students tracking progress in data folders that align to classroom goals<br />
  66. 66. District Leadership Team Tasks<br />Representative group/meet quarterly<br />Monitor-<br />The implementation of the Plan<br />The results of the plan (Balanced Scorecard)<br />Provide continuous stakeholder input<br />Ensure alignment between District and Schools<br />
  67. 67. Strategic Plan Next Steps<br />Formal board approval of Policy 1:30 (Mission) in May<br />The cabinet will create:<br />Action plans for key strategies to include timelines/resources<br />Key measures for each goal in the form of a balanced score card<br />Implementation of a District Leadership Team to monitor the plan<br />Schools to create school improvement plans aligned to the District strategic plan<br />Classrooms to create “Data Centers” that align to school goals<br />Students tracking progress in data folders that align to classroom goals<br />
  68. 68. Alignment to the strategic plan<br />SMART Goals <br />(at all levels)<br />Data Analysis<br />(at all levels)<br />
  69. 69. Strategic Plan Next Steps<br />Formal board approval of Policy 1:30 (Mission) in May<br />The cabinet will create:<br />Action plans for key strategies to include timelines/resources<br />Key measures for each goal in the form of a balanced score card<br />Implementation of a District Leadership Team to monitor the plan<br />Schools to create school improvement plans aligned to the District strategic plan<br />Classrooms to create “Data Centers” that align to school goals<br />Students tracking progress in data folders that align to classroom goals<br />
  70. 70. Classroom Data Centers <br />
  71. 71. Strategic Plan Next Steps<br />Formal board approval of Policy 1:30 (Mission) in May<br />The cabinet will create:<br />Action plans for key strategies to include timelines/resources<br />Key measures for each goal in the form of a balanced score card<br />Implementation of a District Leadership Team to monitor the plan<br />Schools to create school improvement plans aligned to the District strategic plan<br />Classrooms to create “Data Centers” that align to school goals<br />Students tracking progress in data folders that align to classroom goals<br />
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  73. 73. Alignment to the strategic plan<br />SMART Goals <br />(at all levels)<br />Data Analysis<br />(at all levels)<br />
  74. 74. The Plan on a Page!<br />
  75. 75. Thank You District Strategic Planning Committee Members!<br />

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