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STAKEHOLDERS

Up:

  • CCSD59 Board of Education
  • Dr. Fessler, Superintendent
  • District Senior Leadership Team
Across:

  • Building Level Administration
  • Parents / Family Members
  • Community Business Leaders
Down:

  • Students
  • Educators
Former:

  • Former Building Administrator


Platform for Change

  • Common Core Standards
  • Standardized Assessment
  • 21st Century Learning
  • Education Reform
  • Develop Independent Learners and Creative Thinkers

Vision

  • Highest Achieving School in the Highest Achieving District In Highest
    Achieving State in the Highest Academic Achieving Nation


Call To Action

  • Collaboration
  • Research
  • Professional Development
  • Data Analysis
  • Creative Thinking
  • Risk Taking to Meet Individual Students’ Needs

Personal Setup

  • No Change

Jump-Start Learning

  • Participate in District Leadership Academies
  • Investigate School and District Website
  • Meet With Superintendent

Meet Live in Advance

  • Students
    • Through Classroom Visits at the End of the Previous Year
    • Through Welcome Day Home Visits
  • Superintendent
  • Members of the Superintendent’s Cabinet (SLT)
  • Certified and Non-Certified Building Staff
  • Parent Teacher Organization Board Members
  • Certified and Non-Certified Building Staff
    • Individual Interviews Asking the Following Questions:
      1. Tell me about you….personally & professionally, anything you are willing to share.
      2. What are some things you really love about being a part of Brentwood?
      3. What would be your priority area of improvement here at Brentwood?
  • I also use these interviews to provide educators with my professional and personal background.

Day One

  • Send Building-Wide Email to Staff Indicating My Presence in the Building and Inviting Each Member to Meet Individually
  • Begin to Arrange Office Effectively
  • Walk the Building with Maintenance Staff
  • Begin to Develop a Mutual Plan Regarding Areas of Needed Improvement in the Building

First Week

  • Review Beginning of the Year Procedures to Learn More About Previous Practices
  • Conduct Individual Meetings with Staff
  • Examine Files Left by Previous Principal to Learn More About Previous Practices
  • Gathering Information About Welcome Day Visits To Prepare for These Visits

Tactical Capacity Building Blocks

Burning Imperative (By Day 30 – July 31)

  • Meet With a Majority of Staff Members
  • Facilitate First Building Leadership Team (BLT) Meeting
  • 08/01/14 BLT Agenda
  • Collaborate with BLT to Consider Revision to Mission / Vision Statement
  • Prepare Back to School Parent Newsletter
  • Examine Standardized Assessment Data to Determine Individual Students’ Needs
  • Meet With Assigned Principal Mentor
  • Meet With PBIS Committee to Develop Building-Wide Behavioral Expectations and Determine
    Logistics for Expectation Assembly
  • 08/12/14 PBIS Agenda

Milestones (By Day 45 – Aug 15)

  • Meet With Building Secretary to Ensure Completion of Beginning of the Year Requirements
  • Conclude Individual Staff Meetings
  • Conduct Back To School Welcome Day Home Visits – Volunteer staff members will join me as I visit each of our learners’ homes to welcome them back to the start of the new school year and address any questions our learners or their parents may have
  • Meet with BLT to Develop August Institute Day Activities
  • Participate in CPR and CPI Refresher Courses
  • Familiarize Myself With Grade Level Curricula and Google Apps
  • Determine RtI Groups Through Analysis of Existing Data
  • Distribute Back To School Parent Newsletter

Early Wins Plans (By Day 60 – Aug 31)

  • Implement Institute Day Planned Activities
  • Facilitate First Day Activities with Students and Parents
  • Conduct a Minimum of Two Visits in Each Classroom
  • Begin to Learn Students’ Names
  • Facilitate Individual Grade Level Meetings to Share Pertinent Beginning of the Year Information and Receive Focused Feedback
  • Facilitate RtI Committee
  • Attend Beginning of the Year PTO Events
  • Facilitate Bus Driver Meeting to Communicate Expectations and New PBIS Initiatives / Activities

Team Roles (By Day 70 – Sept 10)

  • TBD (after meeting with Assistant Principal and BLT)

Communication Steps

  • Weekly Staff Bulletin
  • Beginning of the Year Parent Newsletter
  • Consistent Blog on Social Media
  • Communicate Staff Teaching and Learning Expectations During August Institute Days
  • Individual Educator Meetings

STAKEHOLDERS

Up:

  • CCSD59 Board of Education
  • Dr. Fessler, Superintendent
  • District Senior Leadership Team
Across:

  • Building Level Administration
  • Parents / Family Members
  • Community Business Leaders
Down:

  • Students
  • Educators
Former:

  • Former Building Administrator


Platform for Change

  • Common Core Standards
  • Standardized Assessment
  • 21st Century Learning
  • Education Reform
  • Develop Independent Learners and Creative Thinkers

Vision

  • Highest Achieving School in the Highest Achieving District In Highest
    Achieving State in the Highest Academic Achieving Nation


Call To Action

  • Collaboration
  • Research
  • Professional Development
  • Data Analysis
  • Creative Thinking
  • Risk Taking to Meet Individual Students’ Needs

Personal Setup

  • No Change

Jump-Start Learning

  • Participate in District Leadership Academies
  • Investigate School and District Website
  • Meet With Superintendent

Meet Live in Advance

  • Students
    • Through Classroom Visits at the End of the Previous Year
    • Through Welcome Day Home Visits
  • Superintendent
  • Members of the Superintendent’s Cabinet (SLT)
  • Certified and Non-Certified Building Staff
  • Parent Teacher Organization Board Members
  • Certified and Non-Certified Building Staff
    • Individual Interviews Asking the Following Questions:
      1. Tell me about you….personally & professionally, anything you are willing to share.
      2. What are some things you really love about being a part of Brentwood?
      3. What would be your priority area of improvement here at Brentwood?
  • I also use these interviews to provide educators with my professional and personal background.

Day One

  • Send Building-Wide Email to Staff Indicating My Presence in the Building and Inviting Each Member to Meet Individually
  • Begin to Arrange Office Effectively
  • Walk the Building with Maintenance Staff
  • Begin to Develop a Mutual Plan Regarding Areas of Needed Improvement in the Building

First Week

  • Review Beginning of the Year Procedures to Learn More About Previous Practices
  • Conduct Individual Meetings with Staff
  • Examine Files Left by Previous Principal to Learn More About Previous Practices
  • Gathering Information About Welcome Day Visits To Prepare for These Visits

Tactical Capacity Building Blocks

Burning Imperative (By Day 30 – July 31)

  • Meet With a Majority of Staff Members
  • Facilitate First Building Leadership Team (BLT) Meeting
  • 08/01/14 BLT Agenda
  • Collaborate with BLT to Consider Revision to Mission / Vision Statement
  • Prepare Back to School Parent Newsletter
  • Examine Standardized Assessment Data to Determine Individual Students’ Needs
  • Meet With Assigned Principal Mentor
  • Meet With PBIS Committee to Develop Building-Wide Behavioral Expectations and Determine
    Logistics for Expectation Assembly
  • 08/12/14 PBIS Agenda

Milestones (By Day 45 – Aug 15)

  • Meet With Building Secretary to Ensure Completion of Beginning of the Year Requirements
  • Conclude Individual Staff Meetings
  • Conduct Back To School Welcome Day Home Visits – Volunteer staff members will join me as I visit each of our learners’ homes to welcome them back to the start of the new school year and address any questions our learners or their parents may have
  • Meet with BLT to Develop August Institute Day Activities
  • Participate in CPR and CPI Refresher Courses
  • Familiarize Myself With Grade Level Curricula and Google Apps
  • Determine RtI Groups Through Analysis of Existing Data
  • Distribute Back To School Parent Newsletter

Early Wins Plans (By Day 60 – Aug 31)

  • Implement Institute Day Planned Activities
  • Facilitate First Day Activities with Students and Parents
  • Conduct a Minimum of Two Visits in Each Classroom
  • Begin to Learn Students’ Names
  • Facilitate Individual Grade Level Meetings to Share Pertinent Beginning of the Year Information and Receive Focused Feedback
  • Facilitate RtI Committee
  • Attend Beginning of the Year PTO Events
  • Facilitate Bus Driver Meeting to Communicate Expectations and New PBIS Initiatives / Activities

Team Roles (By Day 70 – Sept 10)

  • TBD (after meeting with Assistant Principal and BLT)

Communication Steps

  • Weekly Staff Bulletin
  • Beginning of the Year Parent Newsletter
  • Consistent Blog on Social Media
  • Communicate Staff Teaching and Learning Expectations During August Institute Days
  • Individual Educator Meetings

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