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St. Regis Academy

St. Regis Academy

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St. Regis Academy

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  1. St. Regis Academy “Inspire academic excellence, leadership and service for the greater glory of God.”

  2. It all starts with a foundation… • Respect, Accountability and the Building-Up of Each Other’s Dignity • Student Achievement • Open Mindedness • Pride in Community and School • The Four Pillars: Faith Academics Leadership Service

  3. Operating Principals Improve what students know, understand and can do School Environment i.e. Freedom, Morning Entrance, Media Center, Respect, Voice Continuous review of systems to examine effectiveness Be open to change to meet the needs of all learners

  4. Strategic Directions

  5. Academy Strategic Directions • Provide curriculum that is rigorous, faith-enriched with leadership and service opportunities • Provide real-life leadership and service application • Work towards offering a differentiated curriculum where all learners’ needs are met • INSPIRE out of the box thinking!

  6. Goals • Fall and Winter, 2012-13 • Secure a contract with BPS for elective classes • School and faculty websites • Develop budget • Allow students to have a voice in the process • Create Student Ambassador Program, National Junior Honors Society and Breakfast of Champions • Curriculum Scope and Sequence

  7. Goals • Spring 2013 • Examine Service Banding Groups • Collaborate with Holy Redeemer • Discuss creation of Forensics, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese and Virtual classes…what does that look like for the state • Initiated leadership pilot program in the community (8th grade only)

  8. Goals Spring-Summer 2013 • Create Academy Journal • Faculty Professional Development • Building-wide scope and sequence of curriculum

  9. And More Goals… Fall 2013-Spring 2014 • Implement Mandarin Chinese (and possible Arabic) into the curriculum via BPS • Increase the academy’s visibility within the community via service-based projects • Examine roles and responsibilities for: Academy Chairs, Student Ambassadors, Breakfast of Champions, Student Council and national Junior Honor Society • Parent and community participation • Build connections

  10. ? • What is the Academy’s role in anticipating and envisioning change? • What is the appropriate leadership role for the Academy? • How are we evaluate student/teacher learning activities at the level of differentiated instruction and content mastery? Questions being considered throughout the process:

  11. Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Barriers

  12. Acte non verbe Actions not words…