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Monona Grove School District Strategic Planning Process. Andrew Briddell, Continuous Improvement Coordinator Bill Breisch, Director of Instruction August 24, 2011. Agenda. Vision & Mission Strategic Plan overview School Improvement Plans Measures. guiding thought….

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Monona grove school district strategic planning process

Monona Grove School DistrictStrategic Planning Process

Andrew Briddell, Continuous Improvement Coordinator

Bill Breisch, Director of Instruction

August 24, 2011


Agenda

Agenda

  • Vision & Mission

  • Strategic Plan overview

  • School Improvement Plans

  • Measures


Guiding thought

guiding thought…

Good things happen when we plan for them to happen.


Where we are where we re going

Where we are… Where we’re going…


Vision mission

Vision & Mission

The Vision:

MGSD is a student-focused culture that empowers continuous learners to embrace global opportunities and excellence.

 The Mission:

The mission of the MGSD is to increase learning for all students while cultivating social responsibility and a desire for learning.

We will achieve this by…


Vision mission1

Vision & Mission

  • Building positive relationships among students, staff, parents, and community.

  • Working together to inspire and engage students in meaningful learning opportunities by using research-based practices to address individual learning needs.

  • Providing a safe and healthy environment that fosters respect and culturally responsive practices.

  • Using resources efficiently and effectively.


Where we are where we re going1

Where we are… Where we’re going…


Summary of strategic goals

Summary of Strategic Goals

Four Priorities

  • Student Learning

  • Budget

  • Customer and Workforce Focus

  • Process Management


Student learning

Student Learning

Close equity gaps in the areas of reading, math, behavior, and special education placement

by implementing…

  • Culturally Responsive Practices

  • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)


Student learning1

Student Learning

Increase student achievement in literacy and math

by…

  • Differentiating instruction using standards-based assessments.

  • Implementing a professional learning community framework that supports collaborative work on meeting strategic goals.


Budget

Budget

Increase effectiveness of our financial resources

by…

  • Capturing efficiencies in our cost-generating processes.


Customer and workforce focus

Customer and Workforce Focus

Improve stakeholder satisfaction in school climate

by… 

  • Developing a district-wide climate survey and using the results to make data-driven decisions about improving stakeholder satisfaction.


Process management

Process Management

Align professional development with district goals, strategies, and/or with regulatory requirements

by…

  • Implementing a professional development alignment process.


Where we are where we re going2

Where we are… Where we’re going…


School improvement plans plan do study act

School Improvement Plans:“Plan-Do-Study-Act”

  • Aligned with Mission, Vision, and Strategic Plan

  • Building Improvement Goals

  • Detailed Action Plans with timelines for completion

  • Progress reports and analysis for planning next steps


Bill breisch director of instruction

Bill Breisch, Director of Instruction

District-wide Measures

  • Equity Gaps

  • Literacy

  • Math


Equity measures

Equity Measures

  • Equity gaps are the differences between the percentage of White students meeting an identified target and the percentages of students who are members of other race groups meeting the same targets.

    • DIBELS, MAP, Explore/Plan/ACT

    • Behavioral data (SWIS)

    • Special Education placement data


Literacy mathematics measures

Literacy & Mathematics Measures

  • Early Literacy: DIBELS

    • Percent meeting overall benchmark

  • Elementary and Middle School: MAP

    • Percent meeting Status and Growth Benchmarks

  • Middle and High School: Explore/Plan/ACT

    • Percent meeting College Readiness Benchmarks


Guiding thought1

guiding thought…

Good things happen when we plan for them to happen.


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