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Community Engagement: The Key to Student Achievement. Presented by Norm Wooten, Immediate Past President National School Boards Association. Alaska – The 49 th State. Facts: 100,000 glaciers 33,000 miles of shoreline Larger than the next four largest states combined

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community engagement the key to student achievement

Community Engagement: The Key to Student Achievement

Presented by Norm Wooten, Immediate Past President

National School Boards Association

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Alaska – The 49th State

  • Facts:
  • 100,000 glaciers
  • 33,000 miles of shoreline
  • Larger than the next four
  • largest states combined
  • 5,000 earthquakes annually
  • 70 potentially active volcanoes
  • Eastern, western, & northern
  • most points in the U.S.
alaska initiative for community engagement alaska ice
Alaska Initiative for Community Engagement (Alaska ICE)

A statewide initiative to create a positive web of support for all kids in every community

  • Shared responsibility
  • Strength-based: helping kids succeed
  • Development Assets Framework
  • Adult-youth relationships
  • Intentionality
  • Partnerships and collaborations
  • Not a program
developmental assets framework
Developmental Assets Framework

External Assets

Support

Empowerment

Boundaries and Expectations

Constructive Use of Time

Internal Assets

Commitment to Learning

Positive Values

Social Competencies

Positive Identity

Developmental Assets FrameworkTM, Search InstituteSM, www.search-institute.org

Helping Kids Succeed – Alaska Style

Helping Little Kids Succeed – Alaska Style

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The Power of Assets to Protect Against Risk-Taking Behaviors

The 24 risk-taking behaviors are: alcohol use, tobacco use, inhalants, illicit drugs, drinking and driving, riding with a driver who has been drinking, sexual intercourse, shoplifting, vandalism, trouble with police, assault, use of weapon, group fighting, carrying weapon, threatening harm, skipping school, gambling, eating disorders, depression and attempted suicide.

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Facts…

  • 9 school communities
  • 14 schools
  • 2800 students
  • 5 member board plus a

student and US Coast Guard

advisory representative

  • Largest USCG Base
kodiak plan an ongoing process and growth model in action
Kodiak Plan – An Ongoing Process and Growth Model in Action

Aim: High Student Achievement

Goal: Implement and support educational programs and processes that ensure all students are proficient or beyond in reading, writing, math and science.

Aim: Ensure a High Performing Workforce and a High Performing Work Environment

Goal: Develop and implement a comprehensive staff development plan based on best practices to ensure accountability and high performance for all staff and students.

Aim: Ensure Efficient and Effective Communication

Goal: Improve communication with parents, staff, students and community for the purpose of increasing successes and decreasing failures in instruction, personnel, finance and operations, and community support.

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Kodiak Aim 2 -- Workforce

AIM: Ensure a High Performing Workforce and Work Environment

Goal: Develop and implement a comprehensive staff development plan based on best practices to ensure accountability and high performance for all staff a students.

  • Comprehensive Staff Development Plan
  • Safety Hall Monitor (KMS and KHS)
  • TOPS Training
  • Attitude and Behavior Survey
  • Assets Festival
  • Student/Adult Asset Club
  • Parents/volunteers as reading tutors project
  • After school tutoring
  • Train staff and community to use and analyze data
  • improving the learning environments
  • Increase popular “drug free” activities. (6:30 a.m. club)
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Kodiak Aim 3 – Communication

AIM: Ensure Efficient and Effective Communication

Goal: Improve Communication with parents, staff, students and community for the purpose of increasing successes and decreasing failures in instruction, personnel, finance and operations.

  • Powerschool
  • Two-way video/audio
  • Community Budget Meetings
  • School Advisory Boards
  • QS2 plans/process
  • Parent Facilitators
  • Increased student participation
  • on committees
  • School Newsletters
  • Surveys
  • Results-based budgeting
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Kodiak Math Weekly: Student Totals

Students have two questions from each math content standard. Questions are randomly chosen from specific end of year grade-level expectations. The teacher and the students are measuring and analyzing the growth or lack of growth that has taken place from week to week.

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KIBSD 1st Grade Oral Reading Fluency

Benchmark goal for all students: 40 correct words per minute at the end of First Grade.

Students scoring 20 or more in the middle of First Grade are likely to achieve the benchmark goal with effective instruction.

to sustain it it must be an integral part of who you are
To Sustain It, It Must Be an Integral Part of WHO You Are

- Mission Statement

- Goals

- Long Range Plan

- Programs - QS2 and Alaska ICE

- Staffing

- Funding

- Evaluation