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STUDENT GROWTH – EDUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD ACADEMICALLY, PHYSICALLY, AND EMOTIONALLY

Through continuous improvement, create learning experiences and environments that promote student growth to prepare students to be successful for life.

STUDENT GROWTH – EDUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD ACADEMICALLY, PHYSICALLY, AND EMOTIONALLY

Through continuous improvement, create learning experiences and environments that promote student growth to prepare students to be successful for life.(need es)

OBJECTIVE 1.A CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT

Design and implement comprehensive curriculum and programs that are rigorous, relevant, and informed by meaningful assessments.

Create units of instruction that integrate 21st century skills (communication, collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity) to enhance traditional best practices that are anchored to state standards. View Progress
Develop common assessments for each grade and subject area to measure student growth and to inform planning and instruction. View Progress
Develop parent reporting tools that more frequently and clearly describe student growth. View Progress
Enhance existing district-wide programs to provide differentiated services to meet the needs of all students. For example: English Language Learning, Special Education, Talent Development Program, and Summer School Program. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.B INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES

Equip staff with the requisite skills, knowledge, and understanding necessary to provide high-quality, differentiated instruction that will prepare students to be successful for life in the 21st century.

Provide ongoing training to develop shared understandings and build trusting relationships that are critical foundations for creating an optimal environment for learning and growth. View Progress
Provide focused professional development with an emphasis on 21st century instruction and curriculum design that will challenge thinking and improve learning. View Progress
Provide job-embedded coaching to support the continued implementation of effective instructional practices. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.C SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL)

Fully implement support systems that meet the social/emotional Learning needs of all students.

Develop a comprehensive social/emotional Learning plan that develops social/emotional skills and resiliency among our students. View Progress
Embed social/emotional learning standards in our planning and instruction. View Progress
Implement consistent district-wide procedures and practices to identify and support students and families who are emotionally and/or academically at risk. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.D LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Support 21st century learning by creating safe, secure, and relevant learning and working environments.

Develop an effective teaching and learning environment for students by building relationships that foster safe learning spaces and convey that all students matter. View Progress
Convene a learning space task force to research, explore, and evaluate resources to answer the question, “What are the best learning spaces to support students in their journey to be successful for life in the 21st century?” View Progress
Convene a technology committee to develop, implement, and evaluate a long-term technology plan. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.A CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT

Design and implement comprehensive curriculum and programs that are rigorous, relevant, and informed by meaningful assessments.

Create units of instruction that integrate 21st century skills (communication, collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity) to enhance traditional best practices that are anchored to state standards. View Progress
Develop common assessments for each grade and subject area to measure student growth and to inform planning and instruction. View Progress
Develop parent reporting tools that more frequently and clearly describe student growth. View Progress
Enhance existing district-wide programs to provide differentiated services to meet the needs of all students. For example: English Language Learning, Special Education, Talent Development Program, and Summer School Program. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.B INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES

Equip staff with the requisite skills, knowledge, and understanding necessary to provide high-quality, differentiated instruction that will prepare students to be successful for life in the 21st century.

Provide ongoing training to develop shared understandings and build trusting relationships that are critical foundations for creating an optimal environment for learning and growth. View Progress
Provide focused professional development with an emphasis on 21st century instruction and curriculum design that will challenge thinking and improve learning. View Progress
Provide job-embedded coaching to support the continued implementation of effective instructional practices. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.C SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL)

Fully implement support systems that meet the social/emotional Learning needs of all students.

Develop a comprehensive social/emotional Learning plan that develops social/emotional skills and resiliency among our students. View Progress
Embed social/emotional learning standards in our planning and instruction. View Progress
Implement consistent district-wide procedures and practices to identify and support students and families who are emotionally and/or academically at risk. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 1.D LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Support 21st century learning by creating safe, secure, and relevant learning and working environments.

Develop an effective teaching and learning environment for students by building relationships that foster safe learning spaces and convey that all students matter. View Progress
Convene a learning space task force to research, explore, and evaluate resources to answer the question, “What are the best learning spaces to support students in their journey to be successful for life in the 21st century?” View Progress
Convene a technology committee to develop, implement, and evaluate a long-term technology plan. View Progress
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