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Albany Unified School District Strategic Plan. Board Study Session June 21, 2011. District Strategic Planning History. Planning Phase October2009 - June 2010 Implementation Phase July 2010 – July 2014. Implementation Phase Benchmark Events. Implementation Phase 2010 – 2014

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albany unified school district strategic plan

Albany Unified School District Strategic Plan

Board Study Session

June 21, 2011

district strategic planning history
District Strategic Planning History

Planning Phase

  • October2009 - June 2010

Implementation Phase

  • July 2010 – July 2014
implementation phase benchmark events
Implementation Phase Benchmark Events

Implementation Phase 2010 – 2014

  • Management Team Retreat
  • School Plan Updates
  • Fall Progress Reports
  • Spring Annual Updates
  • Annual Priorities
  • Spring Budget Development
  • Board Reports
ausd strategic planning roles and responsibilities
AUSD Strategic Planning Roles and Responsibilities
  • School Board
    • Board of Trustee’s 4 Wishes for the Strategic Plan
    • Parameters for the Strategiv Planning Process
stakeholder responsibilities
Stakeholder Responsibilities
  • Planning Team
  • Action Teams
  • Management Team
  • School Site Councils
  • District & School Staff

Albany Unified School District


The mission of AUSD is to provide excellence in

public education, empowering all to achieve their fullest

potential as productive citizens.

AUSD is committed to creating comprehensive learning

opportunities in a safe, supportive and collaborative environment,

addressing the individual needs of each student.

albany unified school district values and beliefs
Albany Unified School District Values and Beliefs
  • Effective collaboration and communication with families as partners in the education of their children is essential to the success of our school system.
  • Education is the key to opportunity and social mobility
  • Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs
  • The goal of our educational programs is to prepare students to become contributing members of society
  • A safe and supportive learning environment promotes student achievement
  • The achievement of high standards of learning is expected of all students
strategy 1 curriculum and assessment
Strategy 1 Curriculum and Assessment
  • Provide a comprehensive educational experience with expanded opportunities for demonstrating and assessing student growth.
strategy 1
Strategy 1
  • Goal 1

Develop a systematic and periodic process for assessing student learning using multiple measures

  • Goal 2

Implement an array of strategies to increase engagement of all students.

  • Goal 3

Foster student’s social and emotional growth

strategy 2 individual student needs
Strategy 2 Individual Student Needs

We will identify individual social, emotional, and academic needs and apply collaborative appropriate interventions.

strategy 2
Strategy 2
  • Goal 1

AUSD will provide time for regular collaboration between district staff/families and other stakeholders to identify students’ needs and develop/implement appropriate interventions.

  • Goal 2

We will regularly review and refine existing interventions and support programs and create/implement new ones as needed. Decisions will reflect current research and best practices.

  • Goal 3

We will regularly review and refine existing policies and procedures and create new ones as needed that reflect current research and best practices regarding students’ physical and social/emotional well being. This may include areas such as sleep, nutrition, exercise, school scheduling and homework.

  • Goal 4

There will be an increase in students who have a positive relationship or connection with staff/peers and have opportunities to be involved at school.

strategy 3 collaboration and communication
Strategy 3 Collaboration and Communication

We will enhance the leadership capacity at the site, district and community levels for collaborating with all stakeholders in making decisions, communicating, and assessing site and district goals.

strategy 3
Strategy 3

Goal 1

Collaboratively create an annual district-wide plan for professional development, including anticipation of expected changes, for all members of the Learning Community.

Goal 2

Develop a model for proactive and effective decision-making.

Goal 3

Improve communication and develop necessary protocols.

planning team feedback
Planning Team Feedback
  • Acknowledge work of staff much has been accomplished
  • The strategic plan is a living document not parked on a shelf
  • Communication and publicity to increase understanding continuing need
    • Could appear directive and not collaborative
    • Staff and stakeholder engagement
rti 2

Tiered Instruction and Intervention


Tier 3 (1%-5% of students)

  • Intensive, Individual, Interventions
  • Assessment based intervention programs
  • High Intensity for longer duration
  • Possible Special Education placement

Tiered Instruction

And Intervention

  • Tier 2 School Based
  • (5%-10% of students)
  • Targeted Instructional Groups
  • Some students (at risk)
  • Assess skill gaps and provide rapid response
  • Core supplemental materials or other interventions
  • Tier 1 Regular Classroom (90% to 100% of students)
  • Core Instructional Program and Universal Interventions
  • All students, subjects, settings
  • Screen all students
  • Proactive and Preventative



Year II

Priorities and Strategy “Crosswalk”

what to expect
What to Expect …
  • Continued concerns about involvement, communication and decision making
  • Academic freedom vs student experience
  • The whole child is a shared belief


what to expect1
What to Expect?

Expect the best of our students

Expect the best of our staff

Expect that our students and staff will be life long learners