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  1. TransformationDeSIGNBRIEFING TEAM 3: RESOURCES Anderson J. Lattimore Tarik Hamdan May 20, 2011

  2. Team Mission:“We will secure resources to support learning”Team Composition:- Students- Teachers- Administrators- parents- Community members INTRODUCTION

  3. Team focus- time- money- people- operating processesTeam Met Nine (9) times (Feb-May 2011)Initially generated 168 brainstormed ideasinitial Ideas were distilled by internal Work Groups PROCESS

  4. Work groups- Learning Environment- Mindset- Curriculum and materials- technology support systemswork groups developed major targeted areasindividual work group developed specific strategieswork groups critiqued each other’s work PROCESS (cont’d)

  5. MINDSET of the Resource TEAM- the Work Product should be dynamic and change over time (Living document)- work product would serve as the “beginning” of a Morphing process for the district and not the end product- time and EVER-changing conditions would only improve the usefulness of the product PROCESS (cont’d)

  6. Resources team would coordinate with adjacent work groupsteam would utilize technology to facilitate the discussion and discovery process (Wiki FORUM)the Shared product would reflect a consensus opinion and not be a byproduct of the co-chairs viewpoints PROCESS (cont’d)

  7. 1. Leverage technology to reduce overall costs2. Form and Foster partnerships and collaborative efforts- Private Sector firms- Institutions of higher learning- Non-Profit organizations- Foundations- Community agencies MAJOR STRATEGIES

  8. 3. Assertively pursue additional grant funding4. Assess and Evaluate existing resources annually to ensure maximum effectiveness MAJOR STRATEGIES (cont’d)

  9. 1. Use distance learning to leverage scarce and valuable staff resources2. Leverage, rather than disallow, staff and student owned devices3. Reinvest all energy savings funds back into energy efficiency projects4. eliminate the reliance on classic textbooks/workbooks by moving to “on-Line” textbooks and other educationally relevant computer based resources Leverage Technology to Reduce Overall Costs

  10. 5. Leverage “cloud” based applications and data rather than locally installed copies of software on current and future district technology assets Leverage Technology to Reduce Overall Costs (cont’d)

  11. 1. Expand partnerships with area museums and educational points of interest2. Explore virtual field trips to reduce transportation costs3. Collaborate with local experts (Career-specific pathways)4. Pursue “education rewards” credits at the institutional level Form and Foster Partnerships and Collaborative Efforts

  12. 5. Garner sponsorships for KUSD extracurricular activities6. Establish a collaborative district and community educational funding “think tank”- revisit current strategies- Pilot new strategies Form and Foster Partnerships and Collaborative Efforts (cont’d)

  13. 1. Pursue an Incentive based Grant writer with AN appropriate compensation structure2. Energetically pursue funds through foundations, trusts, alumni and donations through student clubs anD marketing classes Assertively Pursue Additional Grant Funding

  14. 1. Expand the use of “zero-based” budgeting to annually evaluate programs and staff utilization2. Implement recommendations from the SY 2010-11 Financial Assessment3. Change the traditional classroom setup Assess and Evaluate Existing Resources Annually

  15. 4. Look for new opportunities to share Space and consolidate/close buildings whenever appropriate5. Convert idle KUSD properties to productive green spaces thru service learning projects Assess and Evaluate Existing Resources Annually (cont’d)

  16. 1. The process was a journey and not a destination… others will build upon the group’s work- “MOVE INLAND FROM THE BEACH”2. The resources TEAM did NOT develop the ideal or perfect solution to the district’s CONCERN ABOUT resources 3. thE team VALUED THE VARIOUS PERSPECTIVEs AS A STRENGTH AND NOT A WEAKNESS AS WE DISCOVERED AND DISCUSSED TOGETHER4. SET THE FOUNDATION FOR FUTURE ACTION TEAMS TO IMPROVE UPON OUR RUDIMENTARY AND PIONEERING WORK REFLECTIONS (What We Learned)

  17. The teamEmma Patton (Leader)Earlene GirmanHolly MahoneyMary SalaniPam Black (Leader)Cortesia RobinsonCourtney RobinsonDr. Robert Wells RECOGNITION

  18. The teamTess SteplyK (Leader)Carmen Carrera Karen BrooksMichael ShroederTamara WethersbyDavid Buggs (Leader)KarynReget…alsoMRS. BISHOP (Guest Appearances) RECOGNITION (Cont’d)

  19. GO TEAM… WE DID IT!! Back Row: Anderson Lattimore, Carmen Carrera, Cortesia Robinson, David Buggs, Emma Patton, Holly MahoneyFront Row: Tess Steplyk, KarynReget, Tarik Hamdan, Pam Black, Courtney Robinson, Mary SalaniNot Shown: Earlene Girman, Robert Wells, Karen Brooks, Michael Shroeder, Tamara Wethersby, Candace Bishop

  20. Resources TEam Questions and Answers