Strategic plan page, highlighted

Strategic plan page, highlighted

1 Welcome Purpose Greg Hutchings 2 Strategic Planning Timeline Feb. 1 & 19 District & Strategic Planning Information Mar. 5 Sub-Committee Work- Shaker Experience Apr. 16 & 30 Sub-Committee Work- District Goal May TBA Gallery Walk with Board of Education Jun. 17 Strategic Plan 2014-2019 presented to Board of Education * Feb. 10 State of Schools Address* 3 Introductions

Team Building Activity Amy Fulford Greg Hutchings 4 Team Photo 5 Group Norms Amy Fulford 6 Break 7 Tradition, Diversity, Innovation and Excellence Strategic Plan 2011-2014 Chris Auginas

Erin Herbruck Annette Sutherland 8 HISTORY Phase I - Strategic Framework 2007 2009 Excellence With Equity Phase II - Appreciative Inquiry 2009 2010 Imagine Shaker Together We Achieve Phase III - Synthesize Spring 2010 Compare and Synthesize Phase IV - Develop Plan SMART Strategic Plan 2010 2011 Phase V - Implementation Yearly Review of Results 2011 2014 9

FOCUS AREAS Student Experience Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Collaboration, Communication and Involvement 10 INTEGRATED THEMES Technology Organizational Efficiency Professional Development Data Management 11 STUDENT EXPERIENCE Build relationships among faculty, staff, students and their families that foster the belief within students that they can achieve excellence and advocate for their own success. Provide a safe learning community that is welcoming, inclusive, respectful, and engaging, which embraces diversity and fosters enriched learning experiences for all. Ensure that the District offers academic, enrichment, and co-curricular opportunities

that are diverse, relevant, and accessible to all students. 12 Student Experience Students advocate for their own success Enriched learning for all Access to opportunities for all Learning objectives Rubrics, anchor papers, etc. Formative/summative assessments including feedback International Baccalaureate attitudes and attributes Differentiation, collaborative learning, critical thinking, questioning skills Support for new students Response to Intervention for behavioral support

Goal setting 13 CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT Provide ongoing support for collegial collaboration and consistent use of best research-based teaching practices. Develop a globally competitive curriculum and employ best research-based practices for instruction and assessment that reflect high expectations for all students. Employ an integrated set of instructional strategies and learning opportunities to remove race, socioeconomic status, and disability as predictors of achievement. 14 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Best research-based teaching practices High expectations for all students Removal of obstacles to learning Teacher collaboration Differentiation, collaborative learning, critical thinking, questioning skills Formative/summative assessments including feedback Curriculum maps and unit planners in core subjects

15 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Best research-based teaching practices High expectations for all students Removal of obstacles to learning Professional development aligned and tracked Institutional barriers Common Core and revised standards New assessments Teacher/principal evaluation Third grade reading guarantee 16

COLLABORATION, COMMUNICATION AND INVOLVEMENT Engage all parents as active partners in student success. Engage the Shaker community as connected partners in student success. Build community confidence and pride in our schools through effective communication. 17 Collaboration, Communication, and Involvement Parents as active partners Community as connected partners Community confidence and effective communication

Parent conferences Standardization of information to parents Progress Book Interventions for failing students (MS & HS) Community service and senior project Volunteer database (K-6) Curriculum pamphlets 18 Next Steps Strategic Plan 2014-2019 Integration of 2011 2014 Goals into Six Areas of Focus & Goals Reflection of 2011 2014 Focus Area Concepts in Strategic Initiative Statements Inclusion of Appropriate Action Plans from 2011 2014 19 I Am Shaker Greg Hutchings

20 Recent Accomplishments of Note 30 National Merit, National Achievement, and National Hispanic Scholars 140 Advanced Placement Scholars Top 2% of high schools in the nation on Newsweek measure of academic challenge Outstanding fall athletic season mens soccer, womens cross-country, football, womens crew, field hockey Fine and performing arts student work displayed at airport, fall musical, concerts 21 The Shaker Educational Opportunities An International Baccalaureate Programme All students play an instrument in grades 5-6

All students from grades 1 to 5 take Mandarin Chinese World language offerings: 4 in grades 5-8, 6 in High School International travelexchange programs & trips for band, choir & orchestra Academic supports in all schools at all grade levels Rich library resources in every school, including 17-28 data bases, depending on the school 22 Demographic Characteristics of District by School Year: 2003-2013 (Based on data reported in the annual district report cards) Year Total Number AfricanAmerican/ Black (%) EuropeanAmerican/ White (%)

Hispanic (%) Asian/ Pacific Islander (%) Multiracial (%) Qualified for Free/ Reduced Lunch (F/RL) (%) With Disabilities (%) Mobility

(%) Source: ODE Power User Report) 2002-2003 5529 50.7% 40.6% 1.3% 3.2% 4.2% 14.5% 15.0%

NR 2003-2004 5503 51.5 39.6 1.1 3.5 4.3 12.7 15.3 NR

2004-2005 5600 52.1 38.9 1.1 3.6 4.3 21.3 15.0 NR 2005-2006 5545

52.9 37.9 1.1 3.7 4.4 23.3 15.7 10.1 2006-2007 5479 52.3

38.1 1.3 3.9 4.4 21.3 16.3 10.3 2007-2008 5370 52.6 37.0 1.4

4.0 5.0 29.0 15.7 10.1 2008-2009 5387 52.9 36.2 1.4 4.2

5.3 27.2 14.3 9.4 2009-2010 5384 52.0 36.7 1.4 4.3 5.6 21.0

14.0 7.8 2010-2011 5388 51.2 36.9 1.7 4.2 6.0 31.6 14.4

8.8 2011-2012 5337 50.1 37.6 1.9 4.3 6.0 33.6 14.5 9.0 2012-2013

5284 49.0 38.4 2.2 4.2 6.2 35.8 14.8 7.7 23 District Racial/Ethnic Enrollment, 2002-03 to 2012-13

100% 90% 80% 70% 60% Hisp Asian/PI MultiR EurAm/Wh AfrAm/Bl 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 24 International Opportunities Reasons for Travel Student Exchange Marching Band trip

Number of Students Traveling Each Spring, 2004-2014 Choir/Orchestra trip 355 Foreign language/social studies classes 296 Athletic competition Countries Visited England France Mexico Germany Italy

Japan China Netherlands Switzerland Turkey Canada 231 226 157 103 102 75 55

44 22 Greece Number of Foreign Exchange Visitors in Last 10 years: 73 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

12 13 14 25 Advanced Placement & International Baccalaureate Course Offerings 40 38 38 35 30 25 23

23 23 22 22 AP IB 20 17 15 10 5 0 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

2011-12 2012-13 26 Extracurricular Activities and Sports Number of Clubs / Activities Number of Sports Teams/Clubs Percent of Students Involved Woodbury More than 25 6 plus intramurals 85%

Middle School More than 45 More than 15 40% in Service, Arts, and/or Performance 61% in Sports High School More than 50 More than 20 40% in Service 44% in Arts 46% in Sports 27% in Other 27 School Supports for All Students Outside of

the School Day School Level Support Opportunities Number of hours of service for the school year 270 K-4 Tutoring Center at Woodbury Monday to Thursday 4:30-7:30 Woodbury Tutoring Center at Woodbury Monday to Thursday 4:30-7:30 270 Middle School

Conference period: TuesdayFriday, 3-3:45 Tutoring Center: Tuesday-Thursday, 3:45-5:30 254 High School Conference period: TuesdayFriday, 3-4 Tutoring Center: Tuesday-Thursday, 4-6 289 28 MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE ENROLLMENT IN ENGLISH, GRADE 7 Percent of Each Group Enrolled at Each Level of Difficulty Quarter 1, 2013-14 100% 90% 80%

70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% African American Honors European American Free/Reduced Lunch College Prep With Disabilities General 29

AP Examinations: 2008-2012 Number of Students & Number of Exams 988 1000 900 882 984 Percent of AP Exams Passed with 3 or higher 100% 925 90% 807 800 80%

700 70% 600 60% 500 400 370 394 444 426 79% 81%

83% 80% 73% 50% 379 300 40% 30% 200 20% 100 10%

0 2008 2009 2010 Number of Students 2011 2012 0% 2008 2009 2010 2011

2012 Number of Exams 30 HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC COURSE ENROLLMENT: QUARTER 1 Science 70% 65% 60% Honors 60% 50% College Prep 40% 28%General

% of students 30% 20% 15% 10% 18% 4% 1% AfrAm/Bl 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10%

0% 29% 21% 10% 5% 3% 0% EurAm/Wh Social Studies 64% 56% 70% 50%

65% 60% 40% % of students 33% 50% 33% 30% 40% 20% % of students 30%

10% 67% 61% AfrAm/Bl EurAm/Wh English 60% % of students 16% 0% 70% Math

Advanced 6% 5% 0% AfrAm/Bl 43% 34% 27% 19% 20% 8% 10% 0% EurAm/Wh

8% 4% 0% AfrAm/Bl 0% EurAm/Wh 31 Quarter 1 GPA Means (4-point scale) in Academic Subjects: High School 3.5 3.3 3.1 3

3.1 3 2.4 2.5 2.3 2.2 2.2 2 English Math Science Soc Stu GPA 1.5

1 0.5 0 Afr Am/Bl Eur Am/Wh 32 Graduation Rates, 2009 -2012 Calculation procedures changed in 2011 per federal requirements 100 90 80 70 60 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

50 40 30 20 10 0 AfrAm/Bl EurAm/Wh Econ Disadv With Disabilities All Students 33 Board of Education 6 Areas of Focus and Goals Amy Fulford

Greg Hutchings 34 Focus Areas Shaker Experience Continuous Improvement Human Resources and Facilities Policy Communications Finance 35 Shaker Experience Engage all students in an enriching educational experience that enables them to graduate

from Shaker High School within four years as fully-developed young adults, prepared for success in post-secondary education and careers. 36 Continuous Improvement Support the Vision and Mission of the District through strategic planning, systems and data analysis, technology infrastructure, and professional learning. 37 Human Resources and Facilities Recruit and retain high-quality staff with diverse cultural experiences and backgrounds, and provide facilities conducive for high quality teaching and learning. 38 Policy

Develop and implement policies that support the goals of the Districts strategic plan and align with the Districts Vision and Mission. 39 Communications Engage school and community stakeholders as active partners. 40 Finance Ensure efficient and effective use of financial resources while maintaining high-quality educational experience for all students. 41 Lunch 42

90 Day Plan Recommendations Greg Hutchings 43 90 Day Plan Areas of Focus and Goals (Superintendent Evaluation) Transition Team Monthly Progress Reports (October-January) Final Report (January 2014) 44 90 Day Plan- Final Report Areas of strength Initiatives implement during the 90 day period Recommendations for growth 46 Public Education Leadership Project (PELP)

Established by Business School and Graduate School of Education at Harvard University Tool to categorize findings from the 90 Day Plan 47 PELP Coherence Framework PELP Organizational Elements Have a significant impact on the instructional core, which includes the components of student, teacher, and content The PELP Coherence Framework includes six organizational elements:

Stakeholders Culture Structures Systems Resources Environment 49 Stakeholders Individuals inside and outside of the Shaker Heights City Schools who have a legitimate interest in the schools and impact on the effectiveness of the District Recommendations: Shaker Family Resource Center Expand relationships with non-public families 50 Culture Drives and defines behavior of the Shaker Heights City Schools through norms, attitudes, values and belief systems

Recommendations: High Quality education for all Increase 4- and 5- year graduation rates 51 Structures Define how the work of the Shaker Heights City Schools is done, including how people are organized, as well as who is responsible and accountable for results Recommendations: Comprehensive Human Resources Department Central Office Organizational Structure 52 Systems Processes and procedures within the Shaker Heights City Schools that increase efficiency and effectiveness Recommendations: Curriculum Guides Financial Efficiency 53

Resources Financial and organizational resources that include money as well as people and physical assets such as technology and data Recommendations: International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) Business Partnerships 54 Environment Includes a variety of funding sources, local-statenational policy contexts, Shaker Heights Schools collective bargaining groups, and the characteristics of the Shaker Heights community Recommendation: Total Compensation Committee 55 Vision and Ultimate Goal Amy Fulford

56 Vision Statement To become a school community that expects excellence from every student and provides a Shaker Experience that allows them to reach their full potential and have a positive impact on our global society. Ultimate Goal Every student engages in the Shaker Experience to reach their full potential. 57 Next Steps Greg Hutchings 58 59

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