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Soaring to Excellence. Entry Plan - Purpose. “Listening and Learning to strengthen relationships as we SOAR to excellence.” Purpose: Provide structure and direction Help ease some of the uncertainty associated with change in leadership Intentional plan provides security

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entry plan purpose
Entry Plan - Purpose

“Listening and Learning to strengthen relationships as we SOAR to excellence.”

Purpose:

  • Provide structure and direction
  • Help ease some of the uncertainty associated with change in leadership
  • Intentional plan provides security
  • Generates enthusiasm
  • Builds Cohesiveness
entry plan ultimate goal
Entry Plan – Ultimate Goal

“Listening and Learning to strengthen relationships as we SOAR to excellence.”

Ultimate Goal –

Enhance the quality of the educational program offered to the students of FHES.

entry plan areas of concentration
Entry Plan – Areas of Concentration

“Listening and Learning to strengthen relationships as we SOAR to excellence.”

Concentrates on the following areas:

  • Creating a community of trust, respect, and camaraderie built around effective and open communication.
  • Determine the instructional and organizational needs, objectives, and priorities of FHES based on the existing school improvement plan, current data, and constituency input.
  • Identifying the schools strengths, improvement opportunities, and challenges.
entry plan timeline
Entry Plan – Timeline

“Listening and Learning to strengthen relationships as we SOAR to excellence.”

Timeline

  • Preliminary Phase – July to August – gathering of information
  • Secondary Phase – September to October –identifying strengths and challenges
  • Final Phase – December to February –building a foundation for the development of intentional components of the School Improvement Plan.
  • Phases are out lined in plan by constituency groups – staff, students, families, community, and administration.
three main areas of focus
Three main areas of focus:

Common Vision and Focus

Building High Levels of Communication

Frequent Monitoring of Teaching and Learning

effective communication
Effective Communication

“Listening and Learning to strengthen relationships as we SOAR to excellence.”

  • Newsletter – Eagle Sightings – monthly
  • PTA Newsletter - monthly
  • Coffee hour – School Improvement Plan topics
  • Principals Cafe Blog -School improvement Plan topics
  • Website
  • Volunteering/Getting involved
building common vision and focus
Building Common Vision and Focus
  • Strong Organizationally
  • Strong Leadership
    • Building Leadership Team
    • Math
    • Language Arts
    • Climate
  • Common Vision and Focus
  • Effective Communication
  • Collaborative
school improvement plan
School Improvement Plan
  • What is a School Improvement Plan
  • Last year’s plan
where are we now next steps
Where are we now….Next Steps
  • Use of Early Dismissal Days/Staff Meetings
  • Three year plan vs. 1 year
  • Based on data and research
  • First Step: Data Carousel – current information
  • What should our goals be?
  • What steps will we take to get there?
  • How will we know whether we have achieved them?