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GRANDVIEW C-4

STRATEGIC PLAN

2019

“Educational Excellence, Unlimited Potential”


STRATEGIC PLAN

MOTTO

“Educational Excellence, Unlimited Potential�

MISSION

To prepare all students to be college and career ready through high quality instruction and meaningful relationships.

VISION Grandview C-4 develops highly-effective leaders and lifelong learners by fostering and sustaining positive relationships through a culture of acceptance and respect, providing rigorous academic experiences and technology-rich opportunities to meet the challenges of society, today and in the future.

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STRATEGIC PLAN

SCHOOL BOARD

2019-2020

Leonard Greene, President Monica Terry, Vice-President Barbara Polette, Treasurer Paul Alexander, Member Amy Blankenship, Member Chuck Cornforth, Member Dawn Foy, Member

GRANDVIEW C-4

CABINET

Dr. Kenny Rodrequez, Superintendent Dr. Joana King, Assistant Superintendent C & I Ann Cook, Assistant Superintendent Operations & Finance Lori DeAnda, Assistant Superintendent HR

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FOCUS TEAMS

STRATEGIC PLAN

Strategic Governance

Dr. Kenny Rodrequez – Team Lead/Superintendent Kathy Meyers – Resident/Board Secretary Leonard Greene – Board President DeeAnn Moore – Teacher/GV10 member Charolette Gantt – Grandview PTA President Lori McIntyre – Instructional Coach

Student Success

Dr. Joana King – Team Lead/Asst. Superintendent Elizabeth McCracken – Director, C & I Scott Sisemore – Director, Instructional Tech. Stephanie Bradley – Coordinator Keri Collison – Principal, HG Tim Moore – Assistant Principal, GMS Kristi Norton – Teacher, BG Mary Wilson – Resident/Jackson County Advocate

Workforce Excellence

Lori DeAnda – Team Lead/Asst. Superintendent Jennifer Price – Principal, GHS Janie Bellew – Admin. Asst. to HR/Resident Sheryl Malloy – Director, Special Services Sheba Clarke – Coordinator, Public Relations Melissa Pritchett – Parent/Resident Carol Horlacher-Miller – Teacher/MSTA Rebeka McIntosh – Teacher/NEA

Resource Stewardship & Organizational Efficiency

Ann Cook – Team Lead/Asst. Superintendent Adam Schwartz – Director, Transportation Mike Graves – Director, Facilities Elonia Norwood – Director, Informational Tech. Lori Spencer – Admin. Asst. to Operations/Finance Samantha Dane – Instructional Coach Chris Chiodini – Director, Community Development

Family & Community Involvement

Angela Cordier – Team Lead/Coord. Student Services Jackie Knabe – Executive Director, GAP Kim Curtis – President, Grandview Chamber Liz Ogle – Marketing Manager, GV Parks & Rec. Sheba Clarke – Coordinator, Public Relations Wade McCreary – Paraprofessional Lana Little – Teacher/Parent/Resident Nichelle Marks – Parent

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STRATEGIC PLANNING

PROCESS TIMELINE

FALL 2018 ORGANIZE Planning and Approach

WINTER 2018 ANALYZE

Gather and Review Data

STRATEGIC PLAN

SPRING 2019 REFINE

Set and Finalize Goals/Action Steps

The Grandview C-4 School District Board of Education approved the District’s five-year Strategic Plan at the June 2019 School Board meeting. The plan was developed by a community team consisting of approximately 40 stakeholders which included parents, district staff members, Board of Education representatives and community members. Members of the strategic plan focus teams collaborated around the development of the plan from October 2018 through April 2019 to review data and develop the overall district goals which will guide the district for the next five years. The team was divided into five smaller teams to further develop goals as well as create strategies and action steps for the five focus areas: Strategic Governance; Student Success; Workforce Excellence; Resource Stewardship and Organizational Efficiency; and Family and Community Involvement. Action steps within the plan are written to be SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, time-bound), allow for clear monitoring of progress, and are placed on an annual timeline. The newly created strategic plan was developed with an emphasis on student achievement, cultural competency and fully preparing students for post-secondary college and/or career success. In addition to the District Strategic Plan, individual schools develop site level School Improvement Plans (SIPs). The SIPs are aligned to the District Plan and serve as the process for annually monitoring student achievement and differentiating student and adult learning opportunities based on the specific needs of each individual school site. Implementation of the Strategic Plan is measured through annual SIP presentations, program evaluations and periodic strategic plan updates to the Board of Education.

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FOCUS AREA 1: STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE

STRATEGIC PLAN

Govern the Local Education Agency (LEA) District in an efficient and effective manner providing leadership and representation to benefit the students, staff and patrons of the district.

GOAL 1

Foster student success, workforce excellence, resource excellence and organizational efficiency and family/community engagement by establishing, monitoring and adapting an effective strategic plan.

OBJECTIVE A

Ensure continuous improvement in student performance, academic programming and instructional practices using data-driven analysis.

OBJECTIVE B

Maximize financial resources in support of strategic plan goals.

OBJECTIVE C

Promote and support workforce excellence.

OBJECTIVE D

Ensure effective communication with all district staff, families and community.

FOCUS AREA 1: STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE

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FOCUS AREA 1: STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE

STRATEGIC PLAN

Govern the Local Education Agency (LEA) District in an efficient and effective manner providing leadership and representation to benefit the students, staff and patrons of the district.

GOAL 2

Govern the school district in a collaborative manner that leads to a positive impact on student success, effective operations and an efficient organizational structure.

OBJECTIVE A

Routinely review all district policies and administrative procedures to promote student success and district effectiveness.

OBJECTIVE B

Develop and apply collaborative leadership throughout the district.

OBJECTIVE C

Improve governance and leadership effectiveness through targeted professional development and educational opportunities aligned to district goals.

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FOCUS AREA 1: STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE

STRATEGIC PLAN

Govern the Local Education Agency (LEA) District in an efďŹ cient and effective manner providing leadership and representation to beneďŹ t the students, staff and patrons of the district.

GOAL 3

Foster a safe, caring and inclusive culture where all feel valued and supported by creating a model environment in which to work and promote student success.

OBJECTIVE A

Create a culture of wellness for students, staff and community that encourages the health of the whole person.

OBJECTIVE B

Advance the implementation of cultural competency as an integral step to promoting student success, family engagement and staff fellowship.

OBJECTIVE C

Continue district focus on safety/security throughout all buildings and facilities.

OBJECTIVE D

Continue to build a school culture that is responsive and welcoming to students, staff, families and the community. FOCUS AREA 1: STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE

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FOCUS AREA 2: STUDENT SUCCESS

STRATEGIC PLAN

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

GOAL 1

Students will demonstrate academic achievement as measured by identiďŹ ed targets at the early childhood, elementary, secondary and district levels.

OBJECTIVE A

The district will ensure a guaranteed and viable curriculum in all contents and all levels.

OBJECTIVE B

The district will increase kindergarten readiness through quality early learning experiences that best promote a child’s growth.

OBJECTIVE C

Student achievement data throughout the District will demonstrate growth as evidenced through analysis of state and district achievement data as well as the Annual Performance Review (APR).

FOCUS AREA 2: STUDENT SUCCESS

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FOCUS AREA 2: STUDENT SUCCESS

STRATEGIC PLAN

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

GOAL 2

Ensure diversiďŹ ed learning experiences that celebrate personal growth, prepare students for college and/or the workforce and promote lifelong learning.

OBJECTIVE A

Increase opportunities for participation in learning experiences that prepare students for college and/or career through the attainment of Market Value Assets that include opportunities to earn college credit, Industry Recognized Credentials, authentic work experiences and scholarships.

OBJECTIVE B

Provide programming that increases student efďŹ cacy and connectedness to school, the community and the world around them.

FOCUS AREA 2: STUDENT SUCCESS

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FOCUS AREA 3: WORKFORCE EXCELLENCE

STRATEGIC PLAN

Recruit, attract, develop and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA/District mission, goals and objectives.

GOAL 1

Attract and retain quality staff while increasing gender and ethnic diversity one percent each year.

OBJECTIVE A

Provide staff with a competitive salary when compared to regional school districts.

OBJECTIVE B

Provide a competitive benefit package compared to regional school districts.

OBJECTIVE C

Promote a teacher preparation program and other learning opportunities available to students interested in pursuing educational careers.

OBJECTIVE D

Recruit diverse and highly qualified staff members.

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FOCUS AREA 3: WORKFORCE EXCELLENCE

STRATEGIC PLAN

Recruit, attract, develop and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA/District mission, goals and objectives.

GOAL 2

Create a culture of employee empowerment to provide each student access to a qualified and effective teacher in every classroom, an effective principal in every school and an effective employee in every position.

OBJECTIVE A

Develop a systemic diversity training plan for all staff.

OBJECTIVE B

Provide opportunities to address professional learning in collaboration with other departments.

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FOCUS AREA 3: WORKFORCE EXCELLENCE

STRATEGIC PLAN

Recruit, attract, develop and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the LEA/District mission, goals and objectives.

GOAL 3

Provide professional development opportunities for all staff members.

OBJECTIVE A

Provide ongoing professional development for certificated staff members.

OBJECTIVE B

Provide ongoing professional development opportunities for classified staff members.

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FOCUS AREA 4: RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

STRATEGIC PLAN

Provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services and functional safe facilities.

GOAL 1

Develop the annual budget and the long-range financial plan to align available resources with the priorities identified in the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan.

OBJECTIVE A

Plan and prepare an annual budget in compliance with Missouri statutes and Board of Education policies to ensure financial resources to effectively support a quality educational program leading to student success.

OBJECTIVE B

Develop and implement long-range financial plans to maintain fiscal strength during changes in district-wide enrollment, and support improvements and upgrades necessary to promote increased student achievement.

OBJECTIVE C

Enhance operational efficiency and effectiveness to ensure financial stability and demonstrate fiscal accountability to stakeholders. FOCUS AREA 4: RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

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FOCUS AREA 4: RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

STRATEGIC PLAN

Provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services and functional safe facilities.

GOAL 2

Develop, implement and assess a comprehensive strategy to provide exemplary safe facilities, transportation and nutrition services to facilitate increased student achievement.

OBJECTIVE A

Provide facilities conducive to learning which are energy efďŹ cient, adequate in size, clean, well maintained, safe and appropriate to house the educational programs of the district.

OBJECTIVE B

Provide safe and efďŹ cient student transportation to and from school, and co-curricular activities, in compliance with Missouri statutes, regulations and local board policy.

OBJECTIVE C

Provide a nutritionally balanced breakfast and lunch to all students each day in accordance with Federal and State Child Nutrition Program regulations and guidelines.

FOCUS AREA 4: RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

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FOCUS AREA 4: RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

STRATEGIC PLAN

Provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services and functional safe facilities.

GOAL 3

Maintain and improve technology resources and infrastructure to support instructional programs and administrative systems for staff and students.

OBJECTIVE A

Provide adequate and equitable access to instructional technology resources that include technology hardware and digital resources.

OBJECTIVE B

Provide administrative systems to allow for high quality data and secure data access.

OBJECTIVE C

Provide a high level of technical support and a robust, secure network for staff and student use.

OBJECTIVE D

Provide support for efďŹ cient, safe and effective schools and ancillary facilities. FOCUS AREA 4: RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

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FOCUS AREA 5: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

STRATEGIC PLAN

Promote, facilitate and enhance parent, student and community involvement in LEA District educational programs.

GOAL 1

Provide timely, consistent and relevant communication to staff, students, parents and community members in a variety of forms.

OBJECTIVE A

Effectively utilize emerging technologies to communicate with stakeholders.

OBJECTIVE B

Improve internal district communication efforts.

OBJECTIVE C

Identify our district brand then build and promote it.

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FOCUS AREA 5: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

STRATEGIC PLAN

Promote, facilitate and enhance parent, student and community involvement in LEA District educational programs.

GOAL 2

Provide an inclusive environment to encourage stakeholder participation in students’ academics and activities.

OBJECTIVE A

Provide opportunities for families and patrons to interact at building and district levels.

OBJECTIVE B

Support and promote businesses and organizational partnerships across the district and throughout the community.

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FOCUS AREA 5: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

STRATEGIC PLAN

Promote, facilitate and enhance parent, student and community involvement in LEA District educational programs.

GOAL 3

Improve the quality of customer service internally in the Grandview C-4 School District to help create a culture of community pride and trust in our schools.

OBJECTIVE A

Work to establish a “We Are Grandview” culture.

OBJECTIVE B

Work as a high performing organization whose employees respect and value all stakeholders.

WE ARE GRANDVIEW

FOCUS AREA 5: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

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