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1. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels Covey – Principle-Centered Leadership Inspiring Trust Clarifying Purpose Aligning Systems Unleashing Talent Covey – Elementary-The Leader in Me Middle-The Choice is Yours High-The Decision is YoursCovey – Principle-Centered Leadership Inspiring Trust Clarifying Purpose Aligning Systems Unleashing Talent Covey – Elementary-The Leader in Me Middle-The Choice is Yours High-The Decision is Yours

2. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI – Tier I Gradespeed Tulsa Model – Best Practices for Instruction-TPS Elementary-Early Childhood, Transition, & Intermediate Strategies Culturally Responsive Curriculum-Jamie Almanzan Differentiating Instruction-Elementary-Betty Hollas PBiS-Elementary-TPS PBiS-Secondary-TPS Realizing the Middle School Model-Jack Berkemeyer Covey-Developmental CurriculaRtI – Tier I Gradespeed Tulsa Model – Best Practices for Instruction-TPS Elementary-Early Childhood, Transition, & Intermediate Strategies Culturally Responsive Curriculum-Jamie Almanzan Differentiating Instruction-Elementary-Betty Hollas PBiS-Elementary-TPS PBiS-Secondary-TPS Realizing the Middle School Model-Jack Berkemeyer Covey-Developmental Curricula

3. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels Magnet Themes In-school-suspensionMagnet Themes In-school-suspension

4. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI-Tier III A Number of successful programs Recent Years – PBiS TLA TAC Project ACCEPT Expanded This Year New Vision AcademyRtI-Tier III A Number of successful programs Recent Years – PBiS TLA TAC Project ACCEPT Expanded This Year New Vision Academy

5. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels Insert more Scaffolding of Support & TransitionsInsert more Scaffolding of Support & Transitions

6. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier I – Team I at Elementary & Team II at Secondary Fully develop elementary transitions and differentiation Fully realize the Middle School Model Organize ninth grade academies Add Magnet Themes at all High Schools 6-12th grade alignment through College Board or ACT/America’s ChoiceRtI Tier I – Team I at Elementary & Team II at Secondary Fully develop elementary transitions and differentiation Fully realize the Middle School Model Organize ninth grade academies Add Magnet Themes at all High Schools 6-12th grade alignment through College Board or ACT/America’s Choice

7. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier II – Team III to Recreate In-school-suspension as Intensive Focused Intervention 1 ½ allocation at each secondary school Modified Referrals – Code of Conduct Skill-building Curricula Academic Remediation & Acceleration Credit Recovery Mental Processing Tulsa Adolescent Behavior Support Social Skills 7 Habits of Highly Successful Teens Transition SkillsRtI Tier II – Team III to Recreate In-school-suspension as Intensive Focused Intervention 1 ½ allocation at each secondary school Modified Referrals – Code of Conduct Skill-building Curricula Academic Remediation & Acceleration Credit Recovery Mental Processing Tulsa Adolescent Behavior Support Social Skills 7 Habits of Highly Successful Teens Transition Skills

8. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier III – Team IV to review Elementary Project ACCEPT RtI Tier III – Team V to look at Virtual High School & Independent Study Increase ADM by Serving Home-Schoolers Expand opportunities for Independent StudyRtI Tier III – Team IV to review Elementary Project ACCEPT RtI Tier III – Team V to look at Virtual High School & Independent Study Increase ADM by Serving Home-Schoolers Expand opportunities for Independent Study

9. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier II – Team VI to consider Middle School recommendations Consider Redefining Franklin to serve 6-8 grade students with 5-9 programming Gender-specific Middle Schools Expand New Vision to serve Middle School StudentsRtI Tier II – Team VI to consider Middle School recommendations Consider Redefining Franklin to serve 6-8 grade students with 5-9 programming Gender-specific Middle Schools Expand New Vision to serve Middle School Students

10. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier III – Team VII to study Secondary Newcomer & ELLRtI Tier III – Team VII to study Secondary Newcomer & ELL

11. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier III – Team VIII to Consider replacing Project 12 with other Programs Early College High School Continuation Program for First/Early Juvenile Offenders RtI Tier III – Team VIII to Consider replacing Project 12 with other Programs Early College High School Continuation Program for First/Early Juvenile Offenders

12. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier III – Team IX to Explore Big Picture Schools Risk-to-Promise Programs at traditional sites Tulsa Metropolitan Sites March 26 – Afternoon at the Movies, Book Study, & Presentation of Concept April 13-14 – Nicholas Bretz, consultant in town for group meetings April 15-21 – International Directors’ Conference & Tour of Providence Mets Team X – Redefining the Codes of Conduct, Alternative Programs, & PBiS Alternative Leadership Teams Clarifying Missions Aligning to OTAC Standards Redefining Staff ExpectationsRtI Tier III – Team IX to Explore Big Picture Schools Risk-to-Promise Programs at traditional sites Tulsa Metropolitan Sites March 26 – Afternoon at the Movies, Book Study, & Presentation of Concept April 13-14 – Nicholas Bretz, consultant in town for group meetings April 15-21 – International Directors’ Conference & Tour of Providence Mets Team X – Redefining the Codes of Conduct, Alternative Programs, & PBiS Alternative Leadership Teams Clarifying Missions Aligning to OTAC Standards Redefining Staff Expectations

13. Risk-to-Promise & Tulsa Met Risk-to-Promise – at schools with significant drop out rates http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYQCynOf0CI&feature=related Tulsa Met – possibly several small school facilities around town http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgb8Co0M6SM&feature=related Met Graduation 2008 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHH6CBQc-ts&feature=related  March 26 Town Torn Apart & Begin Book Study April 13-14 Big Picture Consultant April 15-21 International Director’s Conference May Innovative Programs Job Fair

14. Innovative School Design – Relationship, Relevance, Rigor, Readiness & Responsibility enhanced by PBiS at all Levels RtI Tier III – Team IX to Explore Big Picture Schools Risk-to-Promise Programs at traditional sites Tulsa Metropolitan Sites March 26 – Afternoon at the Movies, Book Study, & Presentation of Concept April 13-14 – Nicholas Bretz, consultant in town for group meetings April 15-21 – International Directors’ Conference & Tour of Providence Mets Team X – Redefining the Codes of Conduct, Alternative Programs, & PBiS Alternative Leadership Teams Clarifying Missions Aligning to OTAC Standards Redefining Staff ExpectationsRtI Tier III – Team IX to Explore Big Picture Schools Risk-to-Promise Programs at traditional sites Tulsa Metropolitan Sites March 26 – Afternoon at the Movies, Book Study, & Presentation of Concept April 13-14 – Nicholas Bretz, consultant in town for group meetings April 15-21 – International Directors’ Conference & Tour of Providence Mets Team X – Redefining the Codes of Conduct, Alternative Programs, & PBiS Alternative Leadership Teams Clarifying Missions Aligning to OTAC Standards Redefining Staff Expectations

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