Strategic Goal Team Chairs’ Training. December 17, 2010. Session Objectives. SGT Chairs and Co-Chairs will : Review of strategic plan components and process. Understand mission and tasks of Strategic Goal Teams (S.G.T.) and chair s . Have a process for identifying “ Best ” Ideas
Strategic Goal Team Chairs’ Training
December 17, 2010
SGT Chairs and Co-Chairs will:
Texas School for the Deaf is the innovative leader providing exemplary and comprehensive ASL/English bilingual education empowering students to be engaged, life-long learners. We are a welcoming, dynamic, and diverse community collaborating with the global community.
The mission of the Texas School for the Deaf is to ensure that students excel in an environment where they learn, grow, and belong. We support deaf students, families, and professionals in Texas by providing resources through outreach services.
The mission of the Strategic Goal Team chairis to guide the team toward the fulfillment of the team mission through the building of team understanding and agreement using an effective process of team problem solving and consensus decision making.
Tab 2, Handbook, page 9
The first step is to write the Strategic Goal.
Behind Tab 3 of your binder are suggested Strategic Goals for each area.
These are suggestions and your SGT may choose to re-write the goal.
The goal should be “true” ideas/issues generated by the School Community Planning Team in the “Critical External/Internal Issues”.
Once your goal is written, the mission of the Strategic Goal Team is to identify the “best program idea” or “program ideas” to accomplish the assigned strategic goal through an effective team problem solving and consensus decision-making process.
Tab 2, Handbook, page 7 & 8
Tab 2, Handbook, pages10-11
Strategic Goal: H.I.S.D. will prepare all student to be critical thinkers and ethical citizens
“Best Idea”: Character Education and Leadership Development Program, K-12
Success History: Used successfully in 200 public and private school districts for 2-10 years with a positive success rate of 80%-98% on all program objectives. (See Attachments A – E)
Tab 2, Handbook, pages 28-29