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Smart Goals PLC Presentation #3. Schalmont Central School District September 18, 2013. PLC FOUNDATION. Linking Learning and Improvement. Pursuing Both Short Term and Stretch Goals.

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Smart goals plc presentation 3

Smart GoalsPLC Presentation #3

Schalmont Central School District

September 18, 2013

Pursuing both short term and stretch goals
Pursuing Both Short Term and Stretch Goals

  • “When building a results-oriented culture, leaders must find a balance between the attainable goals teams feel they can achieve in the short term and stretch goals – goals so ambitious they could not possibly be achieved unless practices within the organization change significantly.”

Smart goals

  • Strategic and Specific

    • Linked to strategic priorities part of a larger vision of success for the entire school district

  • Measurable

    • Being able to measure a change in results based on specific actions

  • Attainable

    -Within the realm of our influence and control

  • Results oriented

    • Define not only what is expected but a desired end point

  • Time bound

    • Helps keep achievement of the goal a priority

Strategic plan college and career readiness
Strategic PlanCollege and Career Readiness



Grade 11 : AP Participation & Performance;Career Technical Education Credit Attainment


Grade 9: On Track with Credit Attainment for Graduation


Grade 8 : Algebra 1 & 2, Writing and Literacy Mastery



Grade 5 : Reading, Writing and Advanced Math


Grade 3: Reading, Writing and Numeracy


Kindergarten: Reading, Writing and Numeracy

  • Performance Management Systems

  • 21st Century Infrastructure

  • Effective Operations

  • Fiscal responsibilities

  • Building Human Capital

  • Principal Effectiveness

  • Teacher Effectiveness

  • High Quality PD and training

  • Building Community Capital

  • Parent Engagement

  • Community & Business Partnerships

  • Higher Education Partnerships

  • Accelerate Academics

  • Rigorous, relevant curriculum

  • High Quality instruction

  • Data-Driven Instruction

  • Increase Passing rates

Schalmont board of education collective commitments
Schalmont Board of Education Collective Commitments

  • Develop and promote a strong governance team with the Superintendent and Business Administrator.

  • Initiate and support the development of a 5-year strategic plan with annual benchmarks to

    support all students to College and Career Readiness while sustaining fiscal responsibility.

    3. Build effective and transparent communication strategies with all internal and external

    stakeholder groups to maintain unified support for goals and strategic initiatives.

  • Create and revise policies aligned with the New York State reform agenda and district goals.

  • Provide a safe and orderly environment for all.

Strategic goals
Strategic Goals

Schalmont District Goals

Goal 1

Accelerate academic achievement for all students

Develop human capital and professional capacity

Goal 2

Engage families and community partners

Goal 3

Ensure safety and wellness for students and staff

Goal 4

Align performance management systems

Goal 5

Schalmont district goals
Schalmont District Goals

  • To accelerate academic achievement for all students

    1.1 Provide rigorous, relevant curriculum and instruction

    1.2 Deliver high quality, differentiated instruction

    1.3 Administer balanced assessments to guide instruction

    1.4 Increase pass and mastery rates on SED and Regents assessments

  • Develop human capital and professional capacity

    2.1 Attract, recruit, and maintain highly qualified personnel

    2.2 Provide quality training and professional development

    2.3 Implement new performance systems for teachers and principals

  • Engage Family and Community Partners

    3.1 Improve internal and external district communications systems

    3.2 Increase meaningful parent involvement and family engagement initiatives

    3.3 Strengthen community partnerships

  • Ensure Safety and Wellness

    4.1 Ensure safe and orderly schools

    4.2 Continue to strengthen the foundation of a district culture based on high expectations for respect and good citizenship

  • Align Performance Management Systems

    5.1 Align technology support infrastructure and operations to 21st Century Competencies

    5.2 Ensure fiscal responsibility that supports district goals

    5.3 Continue to enhance processes and practices in all facilities and operations departments with a focus on customer service

    5.4 Align communications information with district goals

School based smart goal
School-Based SMART goal

  • Insert from inquiry team meeting this summer

  • Team reviews data analyzed and rationale for areas of focus

  • Highlight the key areas for focus

  • Determine teaming to support these goals

Building inquiry team draft goals
Building Inquiry Team Draft Goals

Smart GoalIndicators Measures Targets

Team defined
Team Defined

A team is a group of people working together interdependently to achieve a common goal for which members are mutually accountable

Best way to start a PLC team: study together

Team learning process
Team Learning Process

  • Embed collaboration in routine practices of the school with a Focus on Learning

  • Schedule time for collaboration into the school day and school calendar (see time for collaboration ideas or visit allthingsplc website)

  • Focus teams on critical questions (the 4 for planbook)

  • Make products of collaboration explicit(i.e. CFAs)

  • Establish team norms to guide collaboration

Basics of effective teams
Basics of Effective Teams

  • Use Chapter 3- send out to teachers ahead both electronically and hard copy

  • Decide the who, what , why and how by teams

  • Recommend keeping materials in folders/binders- will be on the STI website consistently as well

Timetable for plc
Timetable for PLC

  • Sept 4 - PLC presentation #1: Building Shared Knowledge: Mission, Vision and Collective Commitments

  • Sept 11 - PLC Presentation #2: Building Shared Knowledge: PLC tenets and SMART goals

  • Sept 18 – PLC Presentation #3: Structure of teams, setting norms and looking at SMART Goals

  • Sept 25 – Time for completion of tasks based on presentations - Details on next slide

  • Sept 27 – Professional Development Day, presentation/work time on Common Formative Assessments

September 25 th tasks agenda will be set for you
September 25th tasksAgenda will be set for you

  • Use chapter 3 to determine how work together, set norms, guidelines for team work

  • Analyze data related to focus areas to determine team goal aligned with both district and school based broader goals

  • Develop at least one goal fully; including measures, timelines; etc. to share out

  • Complete as far as possible, additional time provided on PD day September 27th