Woodland's CSIP

R-IV School District

Comprehensive School

Improvement Plan

2011-2016

Adopted by the Board of Education

October 11, 2011

 

The Planning Process

 

The Woodland R-IV School District has had a strong tradition of providing high quality educational programs for the students in our area. The community is both dedicated to and centered on the school district.

In order that the school community maintains the high standards and quality of education which have become the hallmark of the Woodland School District we embarked upon an intensive and comprehensive planning process in order to write a meaningful school improvement plan.

Realizing that a variety of stakeholders are needed to best visualize the future plans for the school district, a comprehensive school improvement committee was formed in 1995 to develop, monitor, and revise the plan. The committee has met on a yearly basis to oversee and rewrite the plan as necessary.

Having developed the first comprehensive school improvement plan, which was adopted by the Woodland Board of Education on February 9, 1998, this committee was vested with the responsibility to oversee the implementation of the plan. The committee also had the responsibility of making suggestions for the revisions, both major and minor, as would be indicated by student performance and/or the changing educational and community needs.

Woodland’s MSIP review for the second cycle was conducted in April 2000. The MSIP report was received at the end of July, so the committee met again during the 2000-01 school year to develop a new Comprehensive School Improvement Plan based on the concerns identified during the MSIP review. The new plan was adopted by the board on 3-12-01.

The committee was revised yearly and met once or twice annually to discuss progress and make any revisions necessary. The revisions were then presented to the board of education for approval.

In the spring of 2005, the committee met to review performance indicators, MSIP advanced questionnaire results, resource reports, and graduate follow-up data to begin the process of writing a plan for the next five year span.

In the spring of 2006, the list of committee members was revised due to the retirement of staff members and the graduation of the senior committee member. The committee met to revise plan to better address the present needs of the school district. Plans were drawn up and presented to the board for approval.

Woodland went through the MSIP 5th cycle in the spring of the 2009-2010 school year. In October 2010 the committee was realigned and a meeting was set in order to write the CSIP Plan for the next five years keeping in mind findings from the MSIP 5th Cycle review.

The 2010-11 Comprehensive School Improvement Committee was composed of the following individuals:

Mrs. Dava Knotts – Director of Special Services, Coordinator of MSIP and Testing Coordinator

Mr. Jennings Wilkinson – Superintendent of Schools

Mr. Howard Benyon – Elementary Principal and Curriculum Director

Mr. Dan Schlief – Middle School Principal and A+ Coordinator

Mr. Delane Beckwith – High School Principal and Safety Director

Mrs. Pam Reynolds – High School Business Teacher

Mrs. Pam Bandermann – Grants & Federal Programs Coordinator and Technology Director

Mrs. Tammy Zajicek – Elementary School Parent

Mrs. Tabitha Lincoln – Middle School Parent

Mrs. Debbie Acup – High School Parent

Mrs. Mitzi Rhodes – Local Business Manager

Mr. Harley Eddleman – School Board Member

Mrs. Tracy Harvey – Elementary Librarian

Mr. Chris Elfrink, High School Teacher

Mrs. Sarah Garner – Speech/Language Therapist

Mrs. Jessica Blattel – Elementary Teacher

Mrs. Joelle Mayfield – High School Counselor

Mrs. Emily Johnson – Middle School Counselor

Mrs. Carol Powell – Elementary Counselor

Mr. Hayden Mayfield – Senior Student

Ms. Jessica Little – Junior Student

Ms. Cassidy Sawyer – Sophomore Student

 

Belief Statements

 

We believe that:

Each child has unique skills and abilities, and that educational programs should provide for this individuality;

The goal of an education for all as a part of public education policy is legitimate;

Change, in the context of improvement, is appropriate and necessary;

The schools belong to the people and the professional educators are the caretakers;

The task of administration is to facilitate the instructional program;

It is the responsibility of the administrators to establish and maintain effective procedures for the implementation of policy;

The board of education and its administrators must do their best to secure top quality instructional personnel because a school can only be as good as its teachers;

The board of education is representative of the community and should formulate policies to provide a quality educational program for the children of the district;

Learning is a life-long process and it is vital that we instill in our children not only knowledge and skills, but also a desire to learn.

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 

It is the mission of the Woodland R-IV School District to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to participate in an ever-changing society. This will be accomplished by ensuring that each child has access to appropriate and meaningful learning experiences to meet the demands of the twenty-first century. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the Woodland R-IV School District to provide an educational environment for children of the district which will foster and accelerate their moral, intellectual, physical, social, emotional and career development.

 

District Strengths and Concerns

 

Strengths

A faculty and staff:

That is properly certified and well trained

Which is hardworking and dedicated

Which is concerned and caring

Made up of strong leaders

Willing to express their opinions openly and frequently

That is interested in improvement in themselves and others

 

A student body:

That dresses appropriately

Whose graduates have shown that one can come from a small town school and be very

successful

That is aware of the technological opportunities offered at Woodland

That is well behaved and respectful

 

A community:

Whose support is shown in parental attendance at student events

That is proud of their school facilities

Which backs the teachers and supports their efforts of change

That wants its children to be successful and do well

That is focused on school events and activities

That pulls together during times of crisis

 

A school district:

That has modern up-to-date facilities

Which is financially solvent and prudent with its expenditures

That is supportive of its teaching staff

Which has a tradition of striving for excellence in student performance

That takes pride in the maintenance and upkeep of its facilities

 

Performance strengths:

In grade span 3-5 Communication Arts, students demonstrate high achievement. (9.1.2)

In grade span 6-8 Mathematics, students demonstrate high achievement. (9.1.3)

In grad span 6-8 Communication Arts, students demonstrate high achievement. (9.1.4)

In grade span 9-11 Mathematics, students demonstrate high achievement. (9.1.5)

In grade span 9-11 Communication Arts, students demonstrate high achievement. (9.1.6)

The percent of career education courses taken by juniors and seniors is at a high level. (9.4.4)

The percent of career education completers who were placed in related employment or continues their education after graduation is at a high level (9.4.4)

The district’s Adequate Yearly Progress subgroup achievement is high (9.7)

 

Concerns

 

Student Performance

 

Although the percent of graduates who are at or above national average on the ACT is MET, the status is average, below average or declining. (9.3)

Although the percent of advanced courses taken by juniors and seniors is MET, the status is average, below average, or declining. (9.4.1)

Although the percent of graduates enrolled in postsecondary education is MET, the status is average, below average, or declining. (9.4.3)

Although the district’s graduation rate is MET, the status is average, below average, or declining. (9.5)

Although the district’s attendance rate is MET, the status is average, below average, or declining. (9.6)

 

Instructional Design and Practices

The district needs to increase the diagnostic and intervention strategies used to meet the needs of all students who are not reading at an acceptable level. (6.3)

The district will monitor to make sure all staff members are highly qualified. (5.1)

The district does not meet minimum standards for the foreign language requirements. (1.3)

 

Differentiated Instruction

The district needs to identify gifted/talented students at all grade levels and provide them differentiated instruction suitable for their levels of intellectual and social maturity (7.2)

The district needs to serve eligible families in its Parents as Teachers program at the state average. (7.5)

 

School Services

 

The community, through the board of education, must provide sufficient financial resources to ensure an educational program of quality. (8.5.4)

The district makes plans to upgrade the facilities to appropriately house the educational programs of the district as funding allows (8.10)

 

Goals of the Woodland R-IV School District

 

  1. The district will develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals.
  1. The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (local educational agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.
  1. The district will meet provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities
  1. The district will promote, facilitate, and enhance parent, student, and community involvement in LEA/District educational programs.
  1. The district will govern the LEA/District in an efficient and effective manner providing leadership and representation to benefit the students, staff, and patrons of the district.

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 1

Goal: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals.

Objective: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
9.2 1 All students, including disadvantaged students and students with disabilities, will be reading at grade level or above in order to demonstrate the desired levels of performance on communication arts state assessments. Superintendent/Principals/TitleI Coordinator/SPED Director August 2011
9.2 2 All students, including disadvantaged students and students with disabilities, will be performing at grade level or above in order to demonstrate the desired levels of performance on math state assessments. Superintendent/Principals/TitleI Coordinator/SPED Director August 2011
9.2 3 All students, including disadvantaged students and students with disabilities, will be performing at grade level or above in order to demonstrate the desired levels of performance on social studies and science state assessments. Superintendent/Principals/Title ICoordinator/Tech Director August 2011
9.3 4 The percent of students scoring at or above the national mean on the American College Testing (ACT) program or Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) will increase by at least 3% annually. Superindentent/HS Principal August 2011
7.8 5 The school district will implement the A+ program to encourage an increase in rigorous course work and the number of students seeking post high school education and career training. Superindentent/HS Principal/A+ Coordinator August 2011
Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.7 6 Woodland’s instructional staff and administrators will be provided with professional development that will increase their use of instructional strategies and assessment related to scientifically-based researched instructional practices Superintendent/Principals August 2011
9.4 7 The district will provide services to at-risk students which will increase the graduation/attendance rate to at least 95%. Superintendent/Principals/At Risk Coordinator August 2011
6.5, 9.5 8 Special Education students who are at risk of dropping out of school will be assigned a mentor who will assist the student with individual strategies (self-esteem builders, after school tutoring, extra circular activities) depending on individual student needs. Director of Special Education/HS SPED Teachers August 2011
6.5, 9.5 9 In conjunction with the IEP team decision, special education students will attend the School to Work Program and maintain good performance as measured by quarterly reports. Director of Special Education/HS SPED Teachers August 2011

 

 

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 1

Goal 1: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 1: All students, including disadvantaged students and students with disabilities, will be reading at grade level or above in order to demonstrate the desired levels of performance on communication arts state assessments.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Step Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
9.2 1 The K-6 staff will participate in the Reading First Professional Developmental Program. The K-12 special education staff will be given the opportunity to participate in the Reading First Professional Development Program at the local level. Principals/Staff Annually SPED Part B/Local/Title I
9.1, 9.2 2 The K-6 staff will continue professional development on and implementation of the Four-Square Writing Method and Power Writing on state assessment-style writing responses. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 3 The reading levels of all students in K-6 will be assessed using the DIBELS assessment as outlined by the Reading First Assessment schedule. Principal and Title I Coordinator Annually  
9.2 4 The reading levels of all students in 2-6 will be assessed a minimum of five times per year using the SRI assessment, grades 7-8 using the STAR Assessment 5 times per year, and 9-12 using the STAR Assessment 2 times per year. Principal and Title I Coordinator Annually  
9.2 5 Supplemental services (Tier 2 instruction) will be delivered to small groups of K-6 students identified as at some risk for an additional 30 minutes (Tier 2) and at much risk for 30 minutes over that for a 60 minutes (Tier 3) total each day by Title I Reading Specialist and paraprofessionals. Principal and Title I Coordinator Annually  
9.2 6 Common state achievement-type assessments will be administered quarterly in each K-4 classroom. Constructed response questions will be given weekly in each classroom. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.1 7 70% of Woodland Elementary parents, including 50% of the disadvantaged students will be involved in a comprehensive parent involvement program that actively engages parents in their child’s reading development at home and at school. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 8 After school tutoring will be offered to students on a weekly basis for a minimum of 1.5 hours to teach reading strategies upon a referral from the teacher. The referring teacher and the tutor will collaborate regularly on identifying student needs and the student’s progress. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.1 9 Using Crystal reports, data will be analyzed to ensure curriculum alignment with state standards and assessments. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 10 Middle school and High School staff will construct comprehensive state achievement testing like semester assessments using previous years state testing data to guide them in the assessment writing. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 11 Middle and High School will maintain a master schedule to allow for implementation of a daily enrichment period. This will provide students with tutoring and remediation daily. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 12 Secondary and elementary special education students will participate in the same common assessments as regular education students. Principals/SPED Director/SPED Teacher Annually  
9.2 13 Crystal reports will be analyzed to assess strengths and weaknesses for individual students on each aspect of state tests. This information will be used in directing individual IEP goals and teaching within the special education classrooms. Principals/SPED Director/SPED Teacher Annually  
9.2 14 Special education staff will confer monthly with reading specialist at grade level on at least a monthly basis during grade level meetings in order to implement daily techniques and strategies within the special education classrooms. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 15 K-12 staff will participate in professional development in order to obtain strategies for teaching students of poverty. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 16 K-6 staff members will hold bimonthly data meetings to apply multiple data sources in order to effectively differentiate instruction. Principal and Reading Specialist intervention will be enhanced. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 17 K-6 staff members will develop a pacing chart to align Scott Foresman core materials with GLEs. Data will drive differentiated instruction. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 18 Vertical teaming will be enhanced to track mastery of Communication Arts GLEs. Assessment audits will be reviewed/revised ensuring that IBDs are addressed. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 19 Building Principals will increase walk-through observations during reading and communication arts instruction. Focused Look-Fors will be on student engagement, differentiated instruction, and cross-curricular writing. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.2 20 Title I Reading Specialists will serve as resources for grades 7-8 Principal and Title I Coordinator Annually  
6.4 21 Supplemental materials will be provided to the special education classrooms so as to have the same materials accessible in the SPED classrooms as in regular education for the Reading First Program. SPED Director/Title I Coordinator Annually  
6.4 22 Special Education teachers will take inventory yearly to assess needed materials in order to maintain material of the same quality as regular education teachers. SPED Director/Title I Coordinator/SPED Teachers Annually  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 2

Goal 1: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 2: All students, including disadvantaged students and students with disabilities, will be performing at grade level or above in order to demonstrate the desired levels of performance on math state assessments.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Step Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
9.1 1 The K-8 staff will be given professional development in learning appropriate strategies for teaching problem solving skills, algebraic concepts, and application of math skills at their grade level. Federal Grants Coordinator/Elementary Principal Annually Local Funds/Title I
9.1 2 Common state assessment-type assessments will be administered quarterly in each K-8 classroom. Constructed response questions will be given weekly in each classroom. Elementary Principal/Staff Annually  
9.1 3 70% of Woodland Elementary parents including 50% of disadvantaged students will be involved in a comprehensive parent involvement program that actively engages parents in their child’s math development at home and at school. Elementary Principal/Staff Annually  
9.1 4 After school tutoring will be offered to students on a weekly basis for a minimum of 1.5 hours to teach math strategies upon a referral from the teacher. The referring teacher and the tutor will collaborate regularly on identifying student needs and the student’s progress. Elementary Principal/Staff Spring 2006  
9.1 5 Using Crystal Reports, data will be analyzed to ensure curriculum alignment with state standards and assessments. Principals/staff Annually  
9.1 6 The Middle School and High School staff will construct comprehensive state achievement-like semester assessments using previous years’ GLA & EOC data, CLE’s and GLE’s to guide them in the assessment writing. Principals/staff Annually  
9.1 7 The Middle and High School will maintain a master schedule to allow for a daily enrichment period. This will provide students with tutoring and remediation daily. Principals/staff Annually  
9.1 8 The math coach and para will provide instructional guidance for K-8 teachers as well as push-in/pull out for tier instruction in grades 5-8. Principals/staff Annually  
9.1 9 K-8 staff will participate in ongoing Professional Development with the Math Coach. After school PD sessions will focus on differentiated strategies and be held 4 times during the school year. Principals/staff Annually  
9.1 10 The Math Coach will benchmark and progress monitor 3-6 grade students using Aimsweb Assessments. Data will be disseminated to teachers to facilitate differentiated instruction. Principals/staff Annually  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 3

Goal 1: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 3: All students, including disadvantaged students and students with disabilities, will be performing at grade level or above in order to demonstrate the desired levels of performance on social studies and science state assessments.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Step Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
9.2 1 Using Crystal Reports, data will be analyzed to ensure curriculum alignment with state standards and assessments for social studies and science. Principal/Staff Annually  
9.2 2 The Middle School & High School staff will construct comprehensive state achievement-like quarterly assessments using previous years’ EOC data, CLE’s, and GLE’s to guide them in the assessment social studies and science. Principal/Staff Annually  
9.1 3 Using Crystal reports, data will be analyzed to ensure curriculum alignment with state standards and assessments. Principal/Faculty Annually  
9.2 4 Middle School and High School staff will construct comprehensive state achievement like testing using previous years state testing data to guide them in the assessment writing. Principal/Faculty Annually  
9.2 5 Middle and High School will maintain a master schedule to maintain a daily enrichment period. This will provide students with tutoring and remediation daily. Principal/Faculty Annually  
9.2 6 Secondary and elementary special education students will participate in the same common assessments as regular education students. Principal/Faculty Annually  
9.2 7 Crystal reports will be analyzed to assess strengths and weaknesses for individual students on each aspect of state tests. This information will be used in directing individual IEP goals and teaching within the special education classrooms. Principal/Faculty Annually  
9.2 8 Vertical teaming will be enhanced to track mastery of Communication Arts CLE’s and GLEs. Assessment audits will be reviewed/revised ensuring that IBDs are addressed. Principal/Faculty Annually  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 4

Goal 1: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 4: The percent of students scoring at or above the national mean on the American College Testing (ACT) program or Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) will increase by at least 3% annually.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Step Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
9.3 1 Previous years assessment results will be analyzed to identify specific skill areas in need of additional or alternative instruction and increased enrollment in advanced classes. Testing Coordinator Annually Local Funds
9.3 2 Correlation will be determined of existing instructional materials and technology with assessments. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.3 3 Itemized listing of all test items in which the group score was below 50% will be developed by grade level and distributed to faculty. Principals and Faculty Annually  
9.3 4 Itemized listing will be developed of all test items not covered by existing instructional materials. Faculty Annually  
9.3 5 In-service will be available to faculty for improvement of instructional techniques. Superintendent, Principals, Faculty Annually  
9.3 6 Assessment results will be established as a priority item for consideration by the district committee and appropriate MSIP committee. Principals and Committees Annually  
9.3 7 Assessment scores will be reviewed to determine progress and establish priorities for the following school year. Curriculum Committee/Administration Annually  
9.1 8 The High School will maintain a master schedule to allow for implementation of an enrichment period. This will provide students with tutoring daily to increase ACT scores. Superintendent/Principals Annually  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 5

Goal 1: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area. 

Strategy 5:  The school district will implement the A+ program to encourage an increase in rigorous course work and the number of students seeking post high school education and career training.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Step Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
7.8 1 The district will align and enhance the curriculum to meet the A+ School criteria. Principal, Curriculum Director Ongoing  
7.8 2 The district will maintain an A+ coordinator. Board of Education/Superintendent/Principal Annually  
7.8 3 The district will increase participation rate of students enrolling in advanced classes at the high school level. Principal/Counselor/A+ Coordinator Annually  
7.8 4 The administration and counselor will inform students, parents, and community members about the A+ Schools program and the requirements. HS Principal/Counselor Annually  
7.8 5 The district will continue to seek adding a foreign language class to high school electives offered in order to enhance individual post secondary goals. Principal/Counselor/A+ Coordinator Annually  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 6

Goal 1: Develop and enhance quality educational/instructional programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 6: Woodland’s instructional staff and administrators will be provided with professional development that will increase their use of instructional strategies and assessments related to scientifically-based researched instructional practices.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Steps Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
6.7 1 The Woodland School district will join the Professional Development Center. Superintendent Annually Title II.A /Part B/Local/Title I/Title II.D
6.7 2 A representative of the PDC will attend the Show-Me Professional Development Conference. Principals Annually  
6.7 3 The district will provide Mentor/Protégé training w/ stipend for first and second year teachers and their mentors in addition to the mentor coordinator. Superintendent/Principals Annually  
6.7 4 The PDC will allocate funds for the purchase of supplies, materials, and miscellaneous items for professional development sessions PDC Official Annually  
6.7 5 The PDC will allocate funds for substitutes to be hired to allow staff to observe instructional strategies being used by fellow staff members or to work in vertical teams in curricular development. PDC Official Annually  
6.7 6 Title IIA instructional strategy workshops will be held onsite per year. Title Coordinator Annually  
6.7 7 Certified staff will attend workshops focusing on instructional improvement in the course of the school year. Administrators Annually  
9.2 8 The district will send special education teachers to workshops sponsored by RPDC concerning state tests, alternative state tests, and EOC accommodations. Superintendent/SPED Director/Principals Annually  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal# 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 7

Goal 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on state assessments within each subject area.

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 7: The District will provide services to at-risk students which will increase the graduation and attendance rates to 95%.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action to be Taken Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
9.4 1 At-risk students will be identified at all levels. Teachers Annually
9.4 2 Teams will be used to identify student needs and solutions and recommendations for each individual student who is at-risk. Team consists of principal, counselor, nurse, teachers for each student. Teams Annually
9.4 3 Students who are at-risk will be targeted by implementing new programs
  1. promote parental involvement in education process; more frequent parent-teacher conferences/contacts
  2. additional staff
  3. provide teachers with lists of students, parents, phone numbers and addresses
  4. increase participation in extra-curricular activities
  5. emphasize study skills, test taking strategies, and organizational skills
  6. counsel students toward GED or other programs when they choose to drop out.
  7. Description/criteria of extra-curricular activities provided to the parents yearly
Teams/Counselors/Teachers Annually

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal# 1

Objective #1

Strategy # 8

Goal 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on state assessments within each subject area.

Objective 1: Student performance on state assessments will indicate a 3% increase in students scoring in the upper two levels on the state assessments within each subject area.

Strategy 8:  Special Education students who are at risk of dropping out of school will be assigned a mentor who will assist the student with individual strategies (self-esteem builders, after school tutoring, extra circular activities) depending on individual student needs.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action to be Taken Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
8.1 1 Each mentor will interview the assigned student to form a bond. Individual techniques will be implemented as matched to student need (encouragement, self-esteem, confidence, acceptance, etc.) to increase student desire to remain in school to graduation. Director of SPED/HS SPED Teachers Annually
8.1 2 Special Education Director will set up program with Cape Public Schools or local VIP in order for students to attend the School to Work Program/VIP. Cape/VIP will provide the jobs and supervisory staff. Director of SPED/HS SPED Teachers Annually

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 2

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The district will meet the minimum standards for class size, course offerings, and staffing.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
2.1 1 The district will monitor class size to be consistent with both class size standards and total enrollment requirements. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011
3.2, 4.3 2 The district will add sufficient courses to meet necessary DESE requirements for course offerings. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011
3.2, 4.3 3 The district will monitor the certification of all staff to assure DESE standards for teacher/administrator certification is current. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective #1

Strategy # 1

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The district will meet the minimum standards for class size, course offerings, and staffing.

Strategy: The district will monitor class size to be consistent with both class size standards and total enrollment requirements.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Step Number Action Step Person Responsible Time Frame Federal Funds
2.1 1 Before the start of school administrators will calculate enrollment in order to ascertain teacher/principal possible overloads. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
Annually Local
2.1 2 During the school year, administrators will monitor each class in order to prevent possible overloads. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
Annually Local

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective 1

Strategy # 2

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The district will meet the minimum standards for class size, course offerings, and staffing.

Strategy:  The district will add sufficient courses to meet necessary DESE requirements for course offerings.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
3.2, 4.3 1 The district will strive to add needed sections of courses in order to meet MSIP current standards. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
   
3.2, 4.3 2 The district will continue to seek adding a foreign language classes to high school electives offered in order to enhance post secondary goals. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
   

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective 1

Strategy # 3

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The district will meet the minimum standards for class size, course offerings, and staffing.

Strategy: The district will monitor the certification of all staff to assure DESE standards for teacher/administrator certification is current.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
3.2, 4.3 1 The district will monitor all teacher/administrator certification. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff

August 2011

 
3.2, 4.3 2 The district will assure that each teacher who is provisionally certified continues to work toward appropriate certification. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011  
3.2, 4.3 3 The district will assure that all administrators hold proper certification and continue professional development opportunities as available and needed. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011  
3.2, 4.3 4 Administrators will strive to recruit highly qualified teachers as needed by attending job fairs, advertising in local newspapers/DESE website, and contacting the personnel department at SEMO. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011  
3.2, 4.3 5 All members of the Board of Education will complete at least 16 hours of orientation and training within one year of election or appointment. This orientation/training will be approved by the State Board of Education. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011  
3.2, 4.3 6 The Board will meet regularly, maintaining current policy updates and records available for public view. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 2

Objective #2

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The district will train regular and special education teachers in class-within-a-class or team teaching

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
2.1 1 The district will provide in-service to all classroom teachers and special education teachers for the implementation of team teaching within the regular classroom setting.. Superintendent/Principals/
Staff
August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective 2

Strategy # 1

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The district will train regular and special education teachers in class-within-a-class or team teaching

Strategy: The district will provide in-service to all classroom teachers and special education teachers for the implementation of team teaching within the regular classroom setting.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.3, 6.7, 7.1 1 After implementation of team teaching, staff will monitor each semester for input regarding success of the program by using student grades, state test scores, and placement data. Superintendent/Principals/
Special Education Director
August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 2

Objective #3

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide ongoing professional development for all staff in technology usage and integration that promotes student performance and academic achievement. Progress in meeting the expectations for each objective is monitored by the designated person(s) responsible for each strategy of the objective’s action plan during the established timeline.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number  Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.7 1 The district will adopt the NETS-T and NETS-A achievement rubrics to evaluate educator literacy. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.7 2 Teachers will continually enhance instructional teaching strategies and will routinely use technology resources, print/video/digital content, multimedia, and networked applications to deliver instruction and to monitor and assess student progress. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.7 3 District wide technology will be made available to all staff. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective #3

Strategy # 1

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide ongoing professional development for all staff in technology usage and integration that promotes student performance and academic achievement. Progress in meeting the expectations for each objective is monitored by the designated person(s) responsible for each strategy of the objective’s action plan during the established timeline.

Strategy:  The district will adopt the NETS-T and NETS-A achievement rubrics to evaluate educator literacy.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.7 1 The NETS-T and NETS-A achievement rubrics will be used after each professional development session to evaluate progress being made in educator literacy. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.7 2 The NETS-T and NETS-A achievement rubrics will be used annually to evaluate progress being made in educator literacy. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.7 3 Data from professional development evaluations will be used to drive professional development changes. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.7 4 Technology professional development opportunities will be developed and delivered that apply technology-enhanced instructional strategies to support the diverse needs of learners. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.7 5 Training session information will be posted to the school website. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective #3

Strategy # 2

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide ongoing professional development for all staff in technology usage and integration that promotes student performance and academic achievement. Progress in meeting the expectations for each objective is monitored by the designated person(s) responsible for each strategy of the objective’s action plan during the established timeline.

Strategy:  Teachers will continually enhance instructional teaching strategies and will routinely use technology resources, print/video/digital content, multimedia, and networked applications to deliver instruction and to monitor and assess student progress.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.7 1 Building principals will monitor and observe the inclusion of instructional teaching strategies in lessons. Director of Federal Programs/Principals/Teachers August 2011  
6.7 2 Teachers will be offered professional development to develop/update their instructional websites to include lessons promoting authentic project-based learning opportunities, place-based learning, student teamwork, collaboration, and communication. Director of Federal Programs/Principals/Teachers August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 2

Objective #3

Strategy # 3

Goal: The district will recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA (Local Educational Agency)/District mission, goals, and objectives.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide ongoing professional development for all staff in technology usage and integration that promotes student performance and academic achievement. Progress in meeting the expectations for each objective is monitored by the designated person(s) responsible for each strategy of the objective’s action plan during the established timeline.

Strategy: District wide technology will be made available to all staff.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.7 1 Teachers will be paid a stipend at the district established rate for out of contract attendance to technology professional development sessions. Director of Federal Programs/Principals/Teachers August 2011  
6.7 2 Data from professional development will be used to drive professional development changes. Director of Federal Programs/Principals/Teachers August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 3

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The district will continue short and long range plans to upgrade facilities to appropriately house the educational programs of the district on an ongoing basis.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
8.11, 8.15 1 The district will continue short and long range plans to improve heating and air conditioning in the building. Superintendent/Maintenance Supervisor August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #1

Strategy # 1

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities. 

Objective: The district will continue short and long range plans to upgrade facilities to appropriately house the educational programs of the district on an ongoing basis.

Strategy: The district will continue short and long range plans to improve heating and air conditioning in the building.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
8.11, 8.15 1 The district will continue to make long and short range plans to upgrade facilities as needed. Superintendent/Maintenance Supervisor August 2011  
8.11, 8.15 2 Trailers will be removed from the center courtyard. Superintendent/Maintenance Supervisor August 2011  
8.11, 8.15 3 Yearly assessment of classroom space needed Superintendent/Principals/Maintenance Supervisor August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #1

Strategy # 3

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities. 

Objective: The district will maintain safe facilities to enhance the educational programs of the district.

Strategy: Quarterly 10% of the student population in grades 7-12 who participate in extra-curricular activities will receive a random drug test.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
8.11, 8.12 1 Each quarter 10% of the student population in grades 7-12 who participate in extra-curricular activities will receive a random drug test. Superintendent/HS/MS Principal August 2011
8.11, 8.15 2 The District will participate in Missouri Safe & Drug Free survey bi-annually. Results will be used to make revisions in the model guidance curriculum. Director of Federal Programs August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 3

Objective #2

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland School District will enhance the teaching and learning process through the use of technology for administration, management, and communications.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
8.1 1 The district will maintain a three year technology planning process. Timely progress in meeting the plan’s goals and objectives will be monitored by administration and the district’s Technology Planning Committee. Director of Federal Grants August 2011
8.1 2 The district will enhance administrative and management processes through the use of technology. Progress will be measured by monitoring that expected strategies of the action are completed. Director of Federal Grants August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #2

Strategy # 1

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland School District will enhance the teaching and learning process through the use of technology for administration, management, and communications.

Strategy:  The district will maintain a three year technology planning process. Timely progress in meeting the plan’s goals and objectives will be monitored by administration and the district’s Technology Planning Committee.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
8.1 1 Maintain a technology planning committee which includes broad committee members. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
8.1 2 The Technology Planning Committee will meet annually and as needed to review progress in meeting the Technology Plan’s goals and objectives. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
8.1 3 The district will develop and manage an infrastructure that supports administrative and instructional functions. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
8.1 4 Build a budget that includes the allocation of the funds to professional development activities, aligns resources with needs, and covers the total cost of ownership. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
8.1 5 Annually review and revise the district AUP as need is identified. Director of Federal Programs August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #2

Strategy # 2

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland School District will enhance the teaching and learning process through the use of technology for administration, management, and communications.

Strategy:  The district will enhance administrative and management processes through the use of technology. Progress will be measured by monitoring that expected strategies of the action are completed.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.4 1 Incorporate appropriate technology tools to facilitate data and information collection, analysis and reporting. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 2 Maintain Parent Portal Access of SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 3 Maintain Grade book component of SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 4 Maintain attendance component of SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 5 Maintain Food Service component of SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 6 Maintain Central Office component of SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 7 Maintain Free/Reduced Application Processing of SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 8 Maintain the process of assigning secure teacher logon/passwords for the purpose of accessing the network and SIS. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 9 District websites will be monitored to ensure appropriateness. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 10 Maintain SIS-FIN for district accounting purposes. Director of Federal Programs August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 3

Objective #3

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide equitable access for all school administrators, teachers and students to educational technology resources that promote student performance and academic achievement.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.4 1 Annually, technological resources will be added according to the guidelines of the district’s technology plan and 20% of existing resources will be replaced and upgraded. Resources will be distributed in an equitable manner as measured by the student-to-computer ratio at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Progress will be measured through continual updating of the technology inventory. Administration August 2011
6.4 2 Technological resources (hardware) will be repaired when it is determined that needed repairs are cost effective as determined by the Superintendent, Technology Assistant, and Federal Programs Director. Administration August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #3

Strategy # 1

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide equitable access for all school administrators, teachers and students to educational technology resources that promote student performance and academic achievement.

Strategy:  Annually, technological resources will be added according to the guidelines of the district’s technology plan and 20% of existing resources will be replaced and upgraded. Resources will be distributed in an equitable manner as measured by the student-to-computer ratio at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Progress will be measured through continual updating of the technology inventory.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.4 1 20% of existing resources will be systematically replaced and upgraded each year. Administration August 2011
6.4 2 All instructional areas will have an up-to-date teacher workstation that includes Internet-connected computer, printing access, a projection device, and an interactive whiteboard. Administration August 2011
6.4 3 Continually update technology inventory. Administration August 2011
6.4 4 District servers will be systematically replaced and upgraded at a rate of one each year. Administration August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #3

Strategy # 2

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland School District will provide equitable access for all school administrators, teachers and students to educational technology resources that promote student performance and academic achievement.

Strategy:  Technological resources (hardware) will be repaired when it is determined that needed repairs are cost effective as determined by the Superintendent, Technology Assistant, and Federal Programs Director.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.4 1 District technical problems will be reported to the Technology Assistant through the submittal of a maintenance request form. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 2 The Superintendent, Director of Federal Programs, and Technology Assistant will address the cost effectiveness of needed repairs. Director of Federal Programs August 2011
6.4 3 The technology assistant and/or technical support vendor will repair/replace hardware as needed. Director of Federal Programs August 2011

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Action Steps/Activities Form

Goal # 3

Objective #4

Strategy #1

Goal: The district will provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.

Objective: The Woodland R-IV School District will provide all school administrators, teachers, staff, and students with adequate technical support for educational technology that promotes student performance and academic achievement. 

Strategy: The district will provide dedicated personnel to support education technology use at an expected level of 1.0 FTE for technical and instructional support. A review of staff assignments as reported through the Core Data Collection will document progress in meeting this objective.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Action Step Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
6.4 1 The district will provide dedicated personnel to support education technology use at an expected level of 1.0 FTE for technical and instructional support. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.4 2 The district will outsource for additional technical support to maintain the district network. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.4 3 Annually review contracts and fiscal budget for outsourcing. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.4 4 District technical problems will be reported to the Technology Assistant by e-mail of a maintenance form. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.4 5 The Superintendent, Director of Federal Programs, and Technology Assistant will address the cost effectiveness of needed repairs. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.4 6 The Technology Assistant and/or technical support vendor will repair/replace hardware as needed. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
6.4 7 The Technology Assistant and the Federal Programs Director will provide instructional technology support at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Superintendent/Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 4

Objective #1

Goal: The district will promote, facilitate, and enhance parent, student, and community involvement in LEA/District educational programs.

Objective: 75% of Woodland’s parents will be involved in a comprehensive parent involvement program.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
7.5 1 Parents will be informed at the beginning of each school year about the specific instructional objectives of the program as well as the methods used to achieve those objectives. Principal/Curriculum Director August 2011  
7.5 2 Family nights K-8 will be held each semester by each grade level and department to focus on providing learning strategies, test taking skills and vocabulary, and activities to improve communication arts and math. Principal/Curriculum Director August 2011  
7.5 3 Weekly communication with parents K-6 through newsletters and newspaper articles will focus on providing learning strategies, test taking skills and vocabulary, and activities to improve communication arts and math skills. Principal/Curriculum Director August 2011  
7.5 4 Parent education activities will be provided that focus on providing learning strategies, test taking skills and vocabulary, and activities to improve communication arts and math skills. Principal/Curriculum Director August 2011  
7.5 5 Student progress will be communicated to parents through 5-week and quarterly reports and on Parent Portal updated by Friday weekly. Principal/Curriculum Director August 2011  
7.5 6 Conferences between individual parents and teachers will be held annually in the fall and through the year as necessary. The Title I parent/school compact is discussed and signed by elementary and middle school teachers, parents, and students in the fall. Instructional Staff August 2011  
7.5 7 The district will continue to use and develop the use of a variety of technology tools and resources including but not limited to e-mail, website, web-based parent portal, automated notification/communication system, etc. to enhance communication between school and home and to provide opportunities for input and feedback from parents and patrons of the community. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 4

Objective #2

Goal: The district will promote, facilitate, and enhance parent, student, and community involvement in LEA/District educational programs.

Objective: The district will provide or arrange with other local groups, agencies, and organizations to provide educational, career education, recreational, cultural, enrichment, and/or other services for the local community.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
7.5, 7.6 1 The district will provide opportunities to parents and community members to use district technology tools and resources to develop new skills to meet their continuing education needs as well as to visit instructional rooms to view student work that makes effective use of technology. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  
7.5, 7.6 2 Provide opportunities for parents and community members to observe effective use of technology through open houses and parent nights. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

 

Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 4

Objective #3

Goal: The district will promote, facilitate, and enhance parent, student, and community involvement in LEA/District educational programs.

Objective: The district will continue to involve parents, community members, and business leaders in the technology planning process through membership on the district’s Technology Planning Committee.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
7.5, 7.6 1 The district’s Technology Planning Committee will meet once a quarter to review the progress in meeting the goals and objectives of the district’s Technology Plan. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

 

 Woodland R-IV Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Strategy Form

Goal # 5

Objective #1

Goal: Govern LEA in an efficient and effective manner providing leadership and representation to benefit the students, staff, and patrons of the district.

Objective: Board policies will continue to be evaluated on an ongoing basis.

 

Standard/
Indicator
Strategy Number Strategy Person Responsible Start Date Date Completed
8.1, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5,
8.6, 8.7, 8.8, 8.9
1 The district will continue to establish policies and procedures for on an ongoing basis and review updates as vendor indicates. Director of Federal Programs August 2011  

 

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