Superintendent Targets

2018-2019 Superintendent Goals

Clear Creek ISD

2018 – 2019

Superintendent Targets

Strategy I: We will inspire learning through an array of personalized opportunities and experiences.

Superintendent Target 1:

Effectiveness of Standards Based Learning systems in elementary schools.

Measures:

Grades, percent of students using goal binders, STAAR, MAP (at specific schools), technology support of the system, YouthTruth

Outcome:

Improved student academic achievement.

Superintendent Target 2:

Effectiveness of Blended Learning opportunities.

 

Measures:

Assessment trend data between blended and non-blended classrooms, STAAR, MAP (at specific schools), YouthTruth, teacher survey on Blended Learning

Outcome:

Determine effectiveness of blended learning systems.

Strategy II: We will provide support to meet the needs and aspirations of each student.

Superintendent Target 3:

Growth in overall student performance.

 

Measures:

BAS, ACT, SAT, PSAT, TSIA, CCMR, AP participation and performance, Graduation rates, CTE participation, Fine Arts participation, College hours earned, STAAR, by student group, district, and campus

Outcome:

Continuous improvement of student performance.

Superintendent Target 4:

Effectiveness and efficiency of special education programs and services.

Measure:

Special Education Program Review

Outcome:

Improvement in special education programs and services.

Superintendent Target 5:

Effectiveness of Response to Intervention (RtI) and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS).

Measures:

Student discipline data, PBIS student incident reports, ISS/OSS, and AEP data; PBIS BOQ Self-Assessment, RtI reportable data

Outcome:

Increase in academic and behavioral performance for students in RtI.



Strategy III: We will ensure safe and nurturing learning environments.

Superintendent Target 6:

Implementation and effectiveness of Safety Committee recommendations.

 

Measures:

Training of safety protocols, procedures, and lifesaving techniques for employees, safety communication platforms, tracking and reporting of each recommendation, connections to school board policy; counselor student contact hours, number of students served, YouthTruth, effectiveness of existing protocols

Outcome:

Safe and nurturing school environments.

Strategy IV: We will ensure each student understands and is prepared to assume his or her role as a productive citizen.

Superintendent Target 7:

Core Values deepened and expanded at each school.

Measures:

Student discipline data, including bullying; disaggregation of disciplinary incidents, students demonstrate an understanding of Core Values, number of National Schools of Character, number of the Leader in Me Schools, Employees demonstrate Core Values, YouthTruth

Outcome:

Consistent teaching, learning, and demonstration of Core Values by students and employees.

Superintendent Target 8:

Responsible use of technology while learning at school, home, and in the community.

Measures:

Student discipline data, including cyberbullying; disaggregation of disciplinary incidents, students demonstrate an understanding of Core Values and Digital Citizenship, use of computers as intended, messaging on Responsible Use Guidelines, YouthTruth

Outcome:

Increase in positive behaviors when using technology.

Strategy V: We will broaden and strengthen connections within our communities.

Superintendent Target 9:

Strengthening connections within our communities.

Measures:

Efforts aimed at building relationships, Mentoring, Pastors group, Realtors group, Advocacy at all levels of government, PK-12 Communities, Financial accountability, bond work, and operations.

Outcome:

Deepened and expanded relationships throughout the community.


Strategy VI: We will ensure mutual understanding and support through effective communication.

Superintendent Target 10:

Expectation and use of effective communication.

Measures:

School-based communication, District communication, PK-12 Communities, Parent Assistance Center data, YouthTruth

Outcome:

Responsive communication at all levels.

Strategy VII: We will build capacity for organizational change.

Superintendent Target 11:

Effectiveness of professional learning.

Measures:

Communities of Practice by campus/department, results; T-TESS growth in domains at each of the six pilot schools, teacher retention rates, YouthTruth

Outcome:

Highly trained, engaged, and committed employees.

2017-2018 Superintendent Goals

 

STRATEGIES

ACTION PLANS

SUPERINTENDENT TARGETS

ARTIFACTS/MEASURES/GOALS

  1. We will inspire learning through an array of personalized opportunities and experiences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Experiences that support student choice and personalized learning.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • A comprehensive system to empower each student to set and achieve goals providing for varied pathways.

 

  1. Raise Your Hand Texas (RYHT) Personalized Learning planning and implementation support at five schools leading to increased capacity at all schools.

     

     

     

  2. A pilot of the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) as a possible future assessment for learning.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  3. Standards-based grading and reporting system to include students in grades 4-5; providing updates on the status of the PK-3 implementation.

Artifacts: Implementation plans for each campus, professional learning provided, descriptions of student and teacher experience

Measure: Student performance on district and state assessments at blended campuses with similar campuses not in RYHT implementation.

Goal: Minimum effect size of 0.4.

 

Artifacts: MAP school reports and comparisons.

Measure: Focus group feedback from teachers using MAP. Feedback from parents of students taking MAP.

Goal: All teachers in the pilot report value of MAP as assessment for learning. A minimum of 90% of parents strongly agree/agree that they found value in MAP reports for their child. Student performance at or above national median for grade level.

 

Artifacts: Samples of grades 4-5 progress reports and report cards, communication materials produced and distributed for parents of impact on PK-3 students

Measure: Parent and teacher surveys.

Goal: A minimum of 85% of teachers report they are better informed to meet student needs. A minimum of 70% of parents report they know their child’s academic strengths/growth.

  1. We will provide support to meet the needs and aspirations of each student.

 

A systematic approach for instructional and behavioral supports for each student.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Develop a plan to expand the Science Magnet Program to Brookside Intermediate School.

 

  1. Ensure Response to Intervention (RtI) fidelity of implementation while increasing behavioral supports at all schools.

 

  1. Student performance improvements in reading and math leading to college/career readiness.

     

     

     

     

     

  2. Intermediate science magnet program expansion to Brookside Intermediate School.

Artifacts: District and campus meeting agendas, data review, action plans

Measure: Pilot campus student discipline data.

Goal: Completion of PBIS Implementation Blueprint Action Plans. Completion of RtI Training, full usage of Skyward RtI.

 

Artifacts: Student performance data

Measure: Assessment measures for elementary, intermediate, and high school.

Goal: Improvement in cohort measures of student performance in reading and math; 2nd Grade BAS Reading 82% to 85%; 7th Grade Reading STAAR 79% to 83%; Alg I Completion at 9th Grade 87% to 90%.

 

Artifacts: Descriptions of inclusive planning process for course development, recruitment materials distributed to students and parents

Measure: Number of applications and number of students accepted.

Goal: 100 students accepted/enrolled in Science Magnet at Brookside Intermediate School.

  1. We will ensure safe and nurturing learning environments.
  • An intentional culture of school safety.

     

     

     

     

     

  • Successful implementation of Bonds 2017.

 

  • CCISD Core Values to focus on the social and emotional well-being of all students and staff.
  1. High school campus safety audits.

     

     

     

     

     

     

  2. All Bond 2017 projects on schedule, within budget and communicated to the community.

     

     

  3. Each campus develops/implements Core Values plan.

Artifacts: High school safety audit report and recommendations

Measure: Successful Implementation status of approved safety audit recommendations.

Goal: Completion of approved recommendations by August 2019.

 

Artifacts: Schedule of projects, status reports, and financial updates

Measure: Schedule, budget, and communication.

Goal: All projects on schedule, within budget, and communicated to the community.

 

Artifacts: Core values campus plans.

Measure: Comparison of Spring 2017 with Spring 2018 Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education Assessment.

Goal: Each campus focus principle will increase by one growth measure.

  1. We will ensure each student understands and is prepared to assume his or her role as a productive citizen.
  • Responsible use of technology while learning at school, home, and in the community.
  1. An online behavioral assessment for staff, students, and parents to determine which areas of responsible use of technology need the greatest attention.

 

Artifacts: Online behavioral assessment

Measure: Behavioral assessment

Goal: Assessment developed.

  1. We will broaden and strengthen connections within our communities.
  • Engaged patrons.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Processes that develop and maintain meaningful relationships within PK-12 communities.
  1. Community-based partnerships deepened and diversified.

     

     

     

     

     

  2. Local emergency operations connections and training enhanced.

     

     

     

     

  3. PK-12 community framework of expectations.

Artifacts: Community meeting calendars, attendance, agendas

Measure: Number of new connections made and impact on CCISD.

Goal: A minimum of five new partnerships established.

 

Artifacts: Inter-local collaboration, agreements, systems developed

Measure: Implementation of new agreements.

Goal: Completed MOUs with area municipalities/ governmental entities.

 

Artifacts: PK-12 Community plans for shared professional learning goals, Core Values implementation, culture building activities, scheduling

Measure: Time dedicated to PK-12 Community planning, number of shared activities

Goal: Achievement of PK-12 community framework of expectations.

  1. We will ensure mutual understanding and support through effective communication.
  • Improved internal communication for all employees.

     

  • Resources to increase parent ability to support their children academically.
  1. An information network to improve communication between employees.

     

     

     

     

     

  2. Maximization of Itslearning.

Artifacts: Matrix, utilization of Live Stream, Cabinet to Campus

Measure: Work Place Dynamics Survey.

Goal: A minimum rating of 4.5 on survey questions related to the effectiveness of internal communication.

 

Artifacts: Teacher utilization and parent access.

Measure: Usage data.

Goal: A minimum of 95% teachers in grades 5-12 utilize itslearning to share learning resources.

  1. We will build capacity for organizational change.
  • A professional learning plan that provides varied and flexible opportunities.

     

  • Leadership opportunities for all employees of CCISD.
  1. Communities of practice at each school.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  2. Future leaders identified and cultivated at each school and in each department.

Artifacts: Sampling from each campus of teacher communities of practice by school/department and problems of practice examined

Measure: Teacher survey of professional growth. Samples of school/department communities of practice.

Goal: A minimum of 90% of teachers report that professional learning is meeting their professional growth needs.

 

Artifacts: Collaboration between current leader and aspiring leader; targeted professional learning plans.

Measure: Survey of professional growth.

Goal: A minimum of 80% of newly hired administrators from CCISD report that professional learning plan prepared them for new role.

2015-2016 Superintendent Goals

STRATEGIES

ACTION PLANS

SUPERINTENDENT TARGETS

  1. We will inspire learning through an array of personalized opportunities and experiences.
  • Curriculum and flexible scheduling that support student choice and personalized learning.
  1. Develop a standards-based grading and reporting system for students in PK-1 including drafts of revised progress reports and report cards.

     

  2. Develop systems, including but not limited to site implementation plans and professional learning plans, to support blended learning and Universal Design for Learning.
  1. We will provide support to meet the needs and aspirations of each student.
  • A systematic approach for instructional and behavioral supports for each student.

     

  • Implement the CCISD Long-Term Budget Plan.
  1. Enhance student achievement through improvement in specific growth measures:

     

  2. Increase the success of students receiving special education services and students identified as English Language Learners increasing System Safeguards to 92% or greater.

     

  3. Increase the percent of students meeting performance expectations, as passing standards increase, on all tested areas on STAAR to 88% or greater.

     

  4. Increase the percent of students meeting Advanced performance, as passing standards increase, on all tested areas on STAAR to 22% or greater.

     

  5. Increase the individual achievement of students receiving new intermediate intervention curriculum on state assessments.

     

  6. Implement the long-term budget plan including staffing, employee compensation, and a long-term facility needs assessment without the need for a Tax Ratification Election (TRE).
  1. We will ensure safe and nurturing learning environments.
  • An intentional culture of school safety.

     

  • A CCISD Behavior Framework to focus on the social and emotional well-being of all students and staff.
  1. Issue a report to the community outlining safety enhancements that have been completed at all schools and district facilities.

     

  2. Increase the percent of parents who report that campuses are safe and secure as measured by the district climate survey to 90% or greater.

     

  3. Develop the elements of the CCISD Behavior Framework.
  1. We will ensure each student understands and is prepared to assume his or her role as a productive citizen.
  • Effective use of technology while learning at school, home, and in the community.

     

  • Responsible use of technology while learning at school, home, and in the community
  1. Ensure the successful implementation of LinkEd as measured by increased usage and ongoing professional learning for all teachers.

     

  2. Increase the percent of students who report they understand and apply digital citizenship on the L2L survey to 89% or greater. Gather baseline data of digital citizenship violations.

     

  3. Enhance usage and application of L2L through improvement in specific growth measures as follows:

     

  4. Increase the percent of parents reporting their children regularly use a district issued device on the L2L survey to 70% or greater.

     

  5. Increase the percent of teachers reporting they incorporate the use of student devices in their lessons on the L2L survey to 50% or greater.

     

  6. Increase the percent of students reporting they use a tablet, laptop, or computer at least a couple times per week in each of their core classes on the L2L survey to 70% or greater.
  1. We will broaden and strengthen connections within our communities.
  • Processes that develop and maintain meaningful relationships within PK-12 Communities.

     

  • Engaged patrons.
  1. Deepen connections in PK-12 Communities through enhanced scheduling systems, sharing of information, replicating best practices, and focused instructional leadership visits.

     

  2. Through the expansion of community education and the launch of a new district website, increase the percent of community members and parents reporting they are satisfied with district communications on the district climate survey to 85% or greater.
  1. We will ensure mutual understanding and support through effective communication.
  • A comprehensive communication plan inclusive of all stakeholders.

     

  • Resources to increase parent awareness of campus and district information.
  1. Enroll a minimum of 94% of parents in Skyward Family Access.

     

  2. Increase the percent of parents who report they receive useful information to help their children on the district climate survey to 70% or greater.
  1. We will build capacity for organizational change.
  • An instructional coaching model to facilitate the building of teacher capacity.

 

  1. Through a multiple method case study approach gather data to determine the impact of instructional coaching on the achievement of campus identified student performance goals.

     

  2. Increase the percent of teachers reporting that they receive helpful feedback about their teaching on the district climate survey to 85% or greater.
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