• Within the mission, vision, and beliefs of the school district,
    the following organizational goals have been established.


    Organizational Goals

    1.       Coordinate and Detail Assessments

    ·         Assessments are critical to understanding student and program success. 

    ·         Assessments should be valid, reliable and comprehensive.

    ·         A minimum number of assessments should be used that meet desired needs.

    ·         The burden of administering, scoring, and reviewing assessments should be coordinated with appropriate and defined timetables. 


    2.       Align Conversations and Language within SRBI Framework

    ·         Graphically show a tiered structure with district approved interventions in both academic and behavior areas.

    ·         Integrate with Professional Learning Community process

    ·         Expand to focus on every student


    3.       Streamline Organization and Committee Structure

    ·         Establish clear roles and responsibilities.

    ·         Create maximum agility to foster continuous innovation.

    ·         Create participation at all levels (central office, building administrations, teacher/relevant support staff).



    In order to address Goal #3, the following three levels of committee structures have been coordinated:


     ·         Central Office (CO)

    o   Members

    §  Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent

    §  Curriculum Office (including Curriculum Coordinators)

    §  Pupil Services

    o   Roles and Responsibilities

    §  District analysis

    §  Cross District analysis

    §  State alignment

    §  Program/Assessment coordination

    §  District-wide PD

    §  Equitable resource allocation

    §  Regulatory oversight

    §  Anticipating future needs and actions

    §  Positioning the organization

    §  Development of principals and teams

    §  Broad community engagement and communications


    ·         Principal Council (PC)

    o   Members

    §  Building Principals

    o   Roles and Responsibilities

    §  Responsible for successful, local implementation of initiatives

    §  Local regulatory oversight

    §  Level I issue resolution

    §  Classroom/grade level coordination

    §  Equitable distribution of building resources

    §  Development of staff (Individual and school PD)

    §  Local community engagement and communication

    §  Coordinate communication both ways within the organization

    §  Reviews proposals from CO

    §  Establish school teams within the same framework as district


     ·         District Committees (DLT)


    o   One large umbrella committee (District Leadership Team-DLT) with relevant number of subcommittees

    §  Broad committee chaired by a representative from each level (central office, principal, staff)

    §  Large committee broadly represented

    §  Subcommittees would be represented by a minimum of one large committee member and relevant District specialists.


    o   Roles and Responsibilities of Large Committee (District Leadership Team)

    §  Assist with communication to SITs, PC, & CO

    §  Offer broad feedback on initiatives

    §  Monitor coordination/impact of initiatives

    §  Establish (with assistance), monitor, coordinate, and dissolve subcommittees

    §  Assist in designing, implementing, and sustaining plans

    §  Provide an avenue for implementation feedback

    §  Reviews proposals from PC


    o   Roles and Responsibilities of Subcommittees

    §  At least one member of the large committee on sub-committees

    §  Duration of committee will vary depending on focus

    §  Creation and execution related to specifically defined task or objective

    §  Operate within clear direction, timetable, and assessment measures of success

    §  May initiate ideas to be considered and sent to CO