PILOT DPAS II. Training for School Board Members. Our Process - necessary for the Superintendent and all Administrators. Training I Overview of DPAS II Review the main components and timelines Review forms Training II Work through the process.
Training for School Board
Four Components Equally Weighted and Assigned a Rating of Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory
1. Assessment of Leader Standards
2. Aggregated assessment on the DPAS II Surveys from (in summative evaluation)
Adequate progress on the administrator’s professional goals
(These are to be collaboratively agreed upon in the formative meeting.)
There is growth in the goals and objectives in the school or district improvement plan.
The school plans link to the district plans.
A satisfactory rating on this component means the administrator demonstrates acceptable performance by:
And by Meeting at least four of the additional 5 criteria below:
Developed for an administrator who receives an overall rating of Needs Improvement or Ineffective on the Summative Evaluation or an Unsatisfactory on any component on the Summative Evaluation regardless of the overall rating.
An Improvement Plan shall also be developed if performance on the Formative Process is Unsatisfactory.
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The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it’s the same problem you had last year.
- John Foster Dulles
Data helps you:
( performance assessments, portfolios, and student assessment)
DSTP Reading (1998 – 2005) is…..Percent of 3rd graders who
Met or Exceeded the Standard
No Name Elementary School is…..% of 3rd grade students who met or exceeded the standards
The key: Linking Learning and Improvement
Using your District Strategic Plan & Goals
Within the next two years, increase by 50% the number of 6th and 7th grade students scoring proficient or advanced levels in reading and math. (Currently, only one third of students score at this level.)
Goal Setting Conference is…..1. Board schedules conference with Administrator prior to August 15th.2. Conference held.3. Goals reviewed and agreed upon.4. SIP plan reviewed and agreed upon.5. Goals and plans signed by both parties.6. If revision needed, resubmitted to the board and process begins again.
This will serve as a summary of the MId Year Conference held on______
Accomplishments and Commendations:
Areas for Growth and Improvement:
What else do you need from us to be successful?