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Annual Work Plan. Board and Head of School. Board Work. Starts with a multi-year plan Organizes committees around goals Establishes committee charges Annual Retreat to confirm priorities. Committee Work. End of year meeting of committee chairs (after retreat)

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annual work plan

Annual Work Plan

Board and Head of School

board work
Board Work
  • Starts with a multi-year plan
  • Organizes committees around goals
  • Establishes committee charges
  • Annual Retreat to confirm priorities
committee work
Committee Work
  • End of year meeting of committee chairs (after retreat)
  • Month by month board agendas for the upcoming year
  • Monthly Executive Committee meetings to finalize board meeting agendas
staff work
Staff Work
  • Head meets with Administrative Group
  • Develop Administrative Group work plan that coordinates and complements Board plan.
  • Weekly Administrative Group meetings
issues
Issues
  • Tension between short and long term
  • Keeping plan current and relevant
  • High priorities
  • Aligning committee work
  • Use of task forces
  • Keeping things whole