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Title: Nazareth Area School District Goals and Objectives 20052006


1
Nazareth Area School DistrictGoals and
Objectives 2005-2006
  • Education in an Era of Accountability
  • Victor D. Lesky, Ed.D.
  • Superintendent of Schools

2
NASD Strategic Planning Goals
  • Goal 1 To embed critical thinking,
    communication and problem solving throughout the
    standards-based written, taught, and tested
    curriculum.
  • Goal 2 To utilize research-based instructional
    and assessment practices to ensure proficient
    levels of performance on standards for all
    students.
  • Goal 3 - To develop and enhance student
    character
  • Goal 4 - To utilize technology as an
    administrative and instructional tool.

3
NASD Strategic Planning Goals
  • Goal 5 - To involve and partner with parents,
    the community, and business on district
    initiatives, programs and planning.
  • Goal 6 To employ a variety of communication
    tools and procedures to increase and expand
    communication within the district and broad
    educational community.
  • Goal 7 To provide a quality educational program
    while maintaining fiscal responsibility

4
Superintendents Goals2005-2006
  • Identify student progress by standard through the
    use of common assessments linked to grade level
    standards and benchmarks. (sp. 2.0)
  • Analyze the data collected through common
    assessments.
  • Target instruction based on the information the
    data relays.
  • Report student progress to teachers, parents, and
    students through a standards-based progress
    report.

5
  • Implement an Act 93 evaluation system that
    integrates the ISSLC administrative standards
    with performance in the Nazareth Area School
    District. (sp 1.0)
  • Align current job descriptions with the six (6)
    ISSLIC Standards.
  • Define yearly goals with the ISSLC Standards
  • Construct position rubrics that identify basic,
    proficient, and distinguished performance levels.
  • Integrate the performance based evaluation system
    with the current PSBA salary matrix.

6
  • Develop an Plan for the Nazareth Area School
    District to manage student population growth
    through 2010. (sp. 5.0 7.0)
  • Guide the PDE Plan Con process and the
    self-certification requirements necessary for
    construction process.
  • Complete the educational specifications needed
    for the design of High School expansion and
    renovation, a 7th and 8th grade facility, a 4-5-6
    grade intermediate center, and a K-3 primary
    school.
  • Relocate and guide the planning process for the
    construction of a new maintenance facility, a
    high school expansion project, a 7th and 8th
    grade middle school, a 4-5-6 grade intermediate
    school within a school, and K-3 primary center.

7
  • Establish a process that will allow the NASD the
    efficient use of personnel in order that the
    students, parents, and Nazareth residents receive
    the the best possible services for the taxpayers
    dollars spent. (sp. 5.0 - 7.0)
  • Restructure the NASD Building, Grounds, and
    Vehicles Department.
  • Plan for a meet and discuss to agree to working
    conditions between the NASD and the NASD Act 93
    Management Group.
  • Plan for the negotiation of an agreement between
    the NASD and the NAEA Teachers Association.
  • Plan for the negotiation of an agreement between
    the NASD and the NAESP Support Personnel Union.

8
Curriculum Instruction 2005-2006
  • Update and further develop District and School
    Improvement Plans and Programs. (2.0)
  • Develop and document differentiated,
    data-determined instructional practices on
    district curriculum documents (1.1, 1.2, 2.1).
  • Expand the NASD Assessment System to determine
    students achievement of the standards. (2.4)
  • Coordinate the preparation and piloting of
    Standard-based Pupil Progress Reports (2.0)

9
Update and further develop District and School
Improvement Plans and Programs. (2.0)
  • Coordinate the updating of Improvement Plans.
  • Develop accountability procedures for academic
    intervention programs.
  • Examine the effectiveness of existing academic
    interventions.
  • Formalize consistent procedures for the
    collection and use of student performance data.

10
Develop and document differentiated,
data-determined instructional practices on
district curriculum documents (1.1, 1.2, 2.1).
  • Document strategies and activities on curriculum
    documents
  • Provide guidance on using data to design
    instruction.
  • Facilitate readiness and professional development
    to implement Differentiated Instruction.

11
Expand the NASD Assessment System Used to
Determine Students Achievement. (2.4)
  • Continue the phase-in of the Developmental
    Reading Assessment (DRA) for Grade 2.
  • Facilitate development and administration of K-12
    common assessments.
  • Enter data into the NASD student performance
    database (Performance Tracker). (4.4)
  • Work with admin and staff in accessing and using
    performance data to impact instruction.

12
Coordinate the preparation and piloting of
Standard-based Pupil Progress Reports (2.0)
  • Prepare focused activities relating to SB
    reporting.
  • Implement the use of electronic grade books
  • Coordinate the development and use of SB report
    cards.
  • Coordinate related Continuing Professional
    Education.

13
Supervisor of Curriculum Instruction 2005-2006
  • Facilitate Yearly Curriculum Review and Revision
  • Plan and Implement Professional Development to
    support District Curriculum and Instructional
    Initiatives
  • Update and further Develop District and School
    Improvement Plans and Programs
  • Work with Administration and Teachers on the
    Development and Implementation of Standards-Based
    Teaching, Assessing and Reporting

14
Facilitate Yearly Curriculum Review and Revision
  • Plan and implement a schedule for curriculum
    review and revision with a focus on instructional
    content and delivery for each grade level and
    each discipline
  • Facilitate curriculum review and revision meetings

15
Plan and Implement Professional Development to
support District Curriculum and Instructional
Initiatives
  • Provide information and professional development
    to District administrators
  • Plan and arrange for professional development for
    District teachers
  • Provide support to principals for supervision and
    evaluation
  • Train principals in the Lenses on Learning program

16
Update and further Develop District and School
Improvement Plans and Programs
  • Work with building administrators on the
    collection, organization, and analysis of data
    relative to the effectiveness of school
    improvement plans review and revise through and
    outcomes based process.
  • Work with building administrators and the
    technology department on the collection,
    organization, and analysis of student data
    collected through academic intervention programs
    for the purpose of examining the effectiveness of
    such programs.

17
Work with Administration and Teachers on the
Development and Implementation of Standards-Based
Teaching, Assessing and Reporting
  • Work with teachers to create and employ
    understandings and strategies to differentiate
    instruction according to student need.
  • Work with teachers and administrators on the
    reporting component of non-academic factors in
    standards-based assessing.
  • Work with teachers and administrators on the
    design and use of standards-based reporting tools.

18
Special Education2005-2006
  • Increase the inclusionary practices at the high
    school to meet state guidelines of Least
    Restrictive Environment
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the Emotional
    Support Program and make recommendations for
    improvement
  • Improve the use of technology for effective
    Special Education data management, recording, and
    reporting
  • Document the Special Education Program
    components, guidelines and effectiveness

19
Increase the inclusion practices at the High
School to meet state guidelines of Least
Restrictive Environment
  • Push in classes in Math and English utilizing a
    Special Education teacher and content teacher of
    record to provide direct instruction
  • Differentiated Instruction strategies to be
    taught to staff working with identified students
  • Social Studies and Science courses with included
    IEP students will be supported by Associate
    Teachers and Case Managers
  • An all year Math and English class for identified
    students taught using the team model

20
Evaluate the effectiveness of the Emotional
Support Program and make recommendations for
improvement
  • Evaluate cost and effectiveness of existing ES
    program and services
  • Consider changes/alternatives for improved
    services
  • Analyze cost and impact of changes/alternatives
  • Make a recommendation to the Superintendent and
    the Board
  • Prepare a timeline for implementation if/when a
    change is authorized

21
Improve the use of technology for effective
Special Education data management, recording, and
reporting
  • Increase the use of eGoals School Information
    System
  • Update existing fields to comply with IDEA 2004
  • Track district ER/IEP reports using the system
  • Provide staff development on revisions and new
    requirements
  • Initiate Special Education Department process for
    internal Child Accounting

22
Document the Special Education Program
components, guidelines and effectiveness
  • Update components of Special Education programs
  • Review program effectiveness
  • Analyze program outcomes

23
Pupil Services2005-2006
  • To implement an effective Gifted Education
    Program K-12
  • To improve communication by writing and
    implementing procedures for the flow of
    information between each of the departments,
    school administrators, and the Pupil Services
    office
  • To examine, document and improve the services of
    each of the departments that fall under the PPS
    umbrella
  • To have the departments highlight their services
    and the responsibility of staff members in those
    services at building faculty meetings throughout
    the year.

24
To implement an effective Gifted Education
Program K-12
  • Construct a Task Force comprised of school board
    members, district administrators, teachers, and
    parents.
  • Obtain consultation from an individual with
    expertise in Gifted Education.
  • Evaluate service delivery plans.
  • Write a plan for service delivery for K through
    12th grades.

25
To improve communication by writing and
implementing procedures for the flow of
information between each of the departments,
school administrators, and the Pupil Services
office to include
  • Monthly meeting minutes distributed to building
    principals.
  • Notification of 911 calls.
  • Notification of calls to the County for possible
    child abuse or suicide ideation.
  • Notification of parent complaints/compliments
    regarding appropriate provision of services.

26
To examine, document, and improve the services of
School Psychologists, School Counselors, School
Nurses, Gifted Education, English Speakers of
Other Languages, Instructional Support Teams, and
Student Assistance Programs through data
collection and analysis.
  • To document the services provided by each
    department through use of consistently defined
    and collected data.
  • To move each department along at least one step
    in the development of department manuals to
    include, vision, description, components,
    standards, procedures, and forms.

27
To have the departments highlight their services
and the responsibility of staff members in those
services at building faculty meetings throughout
the year.
  • School counselors to review the responsibilities
    of a mandated reporter.
  • School psychologists to review the value of
    detailed teacher input into the evaluation
    process.
  • School nurses to review the new BMI mandate and
    the field trip requirements.
  • Gifted teachers to review the need for
    differentiated instruction and teacher input into
    the GIEPs.
  • The ESOL teacher to review the needs of English
    Speakers of Other Languages in the regular
    education classes.

28
Instructional Technology2005-2006
  • Implement a grading tool that will enable
    teachers to track students formative progress on
    academic standards.
  • Provide a series of professional development
    workshops that align the districts current
    technologies with differentiated instruction
    methodologies.
  • Create PA standards alignment documents for
    language arts and mathematics that link the
    academic standards to the districts current
    technologies in an accessible format.
  • Integrate Performance Tracker and Compass
    Learning Odyssey so that teachers can use
    assessment data to provide differentiated
    instructional paths.

29
Instructional Technology
  • Incorporate local assessment data such as Math
    Minis and other common district benchmark
    assessments into Performance Tracker using
    Assessment Builder.
  • Improve communication to staff on technologies
    available to them via a quarterly newsletter.
  • Improve communication to staff, students,
    parents, and community members by creating an
    interactive web site with more dynamic content
    and intranet capabilities.
  • Work with the SASI Users Group to improve the
    accuracy and consistency of SASI data.

30
1. Implement a grading tool that will enable
teachers to track students formative progress on
academic standards.
  • Implementation meeting will be held in July.
  • Data rollover will be completed in August
  • High school staff will be trained during August
    in-service.
  • Elementary staff will be trained during their
    common planning time.
  • Middle school staff will be trained during team
    planning time.

31
2. Provide a series of professional development
workshops that align the districts current
technologies with differentiated instruction
methodologies.
  • District technology team will review current
    technologies such as Odyssey, Inspiration, United
    Streaming, etc. to identify those technologies
    which allow for differentiated instruction.
  • District technology team will provide workshops
    on these technologies which go beyond the
    mechanics of learning the application to how it
    can be used to differentiate instruction by
    content, process, product, or learning style.

32
3. Create PA standards alignment documents for
language arts and mathematics that link the
academic standards to the districts current
technologies in an accessible format.
  • The district technology team and teacher
    volunteers will identify district technologies
    that address mathematics and language arts
    standards.
  • Two teams, one for mathematics and one for
    language arts, will work on linking these
    technologies to the PA academic standards by
    embedding them into a hyperlinked Adobe pdf
    document of the appropriate standards document.

33
4. Integrate Performance Tracker and Compass
Learning Odyssey so that teachers can use
assessment data to provide differentiated
instructional paths.
  • Work with Sharon Krall (Compass Learning Odyssey)
    and Jim Bangston (Performance Tracker) to assist
    with the integration of the two systems.
  • Provide workshops to staff demonstrating how the
    two systems can be used together to use
    assessment data from Performance Tracker in order
    to create differentiated learning paths in
    Odyssey in a seamless manner.

34
5. Incorporate local assessment data such as Math
Minis and other common district benchmark
assessments into Performance Tracker using
Assessment Builder.
  • Work with reading specialists, math specialists,
    technology specialists, and the K-12 Academic
    Supervisor to identify district benchmark
    assessments that should be incorporated into
    Performance Tracker.
  • Use the Performance Tracker import specification
    tool or Assessment Builder to add local
    assessment data into Performance Tracker
    throughout the 2005-06 school year.

35
6. Improve communication to staff on
technologies available to them via a periodic
newsletter.
  • Work with the district technology team, reading
    specialists, math specialists, and K-12 Academic
    Supervisor to gather articles regarding
    technology integration relevant to the districts
    technology plan goals.
  • Publish a district technology newsletter
    periodically in both print and web formats
    throughout the 2005-06 school year to communicate
    current information to staff.

36
7. Improve communication to staff, students,
parents, community members by creating an
interactive web site with more dynamic content
and intranet capabilities.
  • Assemble a group of administrators and technology
    specialists to outline the navigational structure
    of the redesigned district web site.
  • Migrate content from the districts current site
    to the new site structure.
  • Provide training to district staff who will be
    updating the site periodically on how to use the
    content management system.
  • Create an intranet linked from the district site
    that provides staff with access to district
    office administrative and support files currently
    available only on the district Wide Area Network.

37
8. Work with the SASI Users Group to improve the
accuracy and consistency of SASI data.
  • Provide regular meetings throughout the 2005-06
    school year to meet with the secretarial staff
    on SASI in order to create and communicate
    policies regarding data entry and maintaining
    data integrity in the system.
  • Improve communication about changes to the system
    using an email distribution list for the SASI
    Users Group.
  • Work with the Educational Data Secretary to
    create a SASI guidelines document that outlines
    procedures for properly using fields and entering
    information. This document should be updated
    periodically throughout the year.

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Nazareth Area Elementary Schools2005-2006
  • Goal 1 Use various common standards-based
    assessments to drive our instructional decisions.
    (S.P. 2.0)
  • Goal 2 Develop and field test a common
    standards-based elementary report card. (S.P.
    6.0)

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Goal 1 Use various common standards-based
assessments to drive our instructional decisions.
(S.P. 2.0)
  • Define common assessments in math, language arts,
    and science.
  • Collect and analyze assessment data to improve
    instructional practices through differentiation.
  • Use wireless technology to enhance
    differentiation.

40
Goal 2 Develop and field test a common
standards-based elementary report card. (S.P.
6.0)
  • MP 1 - Create common Report Card/Handbook/Guidelin
    es with representatives from each elementary
    school
  • MP 2 Each teacher field test Report Card with
    five students. Survey parents at conferences.
    Survey teachers following conferences.
  • MP 3 Use results of survey and teacher feedback
    to revise and edit report card
  • MP 4 - Roll out revised report card to staff,
    parents, and educational community. Complete
    preparations for 06 -07 report card

41
Nazareth Area Middle School GoalsSY 2005-2006
  • Continue to foster an environment conducive to
    students' academic achievement, social and
    emotional growth, and character development
  • Implement differentiated instructional strategies
    that are standards-based and linked to
    assessments
  • Continue to develop and expand the collection and
    use of data for decision-making
  • Prepare for standards-based reporting
  • Develop and implement an administrative
    transition plan

42
Continue to foster an environment conducive to
students' academic achievement, social and
emotional growth, and character development
  • Review, revise and update teaming practices

43
Implement differentiated instructional strategies
that are standards-based and linked to
assessments
  • Explore differentiated instructional strategies
  • Provide professional development
  • Identify, validate, and share existing
    differentiation practices

44
Prepare for standards-based reporting
  • Explore models for standards-based reporting
  • Examine grading practices
  • Develop common definition of proficient
  • Designate standards categories to be included on
    the report card
  • Investigate grading non-academic variables

45
Nazareth Area High School
  • Goals
  • SY 2005-2006

46
Nazareth Area High School Goals2005-2006
  • Implement an inclusion program
  • Continue focus on common assessments
  • Implement use of Sapphire grading software
  • Update and revise the building-level evacuation
    plan
  • Continue the Ambassador Program continue the
    Parent Advisory Committee

47
Implement an inclusion program
  • Provide support, materials, and training for
    regular and special education teachers and
    associates
  • Analyze data (grades) to evaluate academic
    success of included students
  • Conduct a survey of included and regualr
    education students.

48
Continue focus on common assessments
  • Continue to develop common assessments on all
    levels (On-Level course sequence)
  • Analyze and review data from common assessments

49
Implement use of Sapphire grading software
  • Train all teachers on the grading software
  • Implement grading software during semester two

50
Information Technology 2005 - 2006
  • Install and upgrade the district-wide
    infrastructure.
  • Setup and install a district-wide IP based
    surveillance system.
  • Create a software database for the IT Work Order
    System.
  • Purchase and build a web server for Sapphire.
  • Continue the development of the SAN
    storage/optical imaging/CDC project

51
Install and upgrade of district-wide
infrastructure.
  • Replace core equipment and 100 meg digital
    switches and routers with 1000 meg equipment and
    program equipment.
  • Convert district-wide bandwidth from 1.5 3.0meg
    for commodity Internet.
  • Create a web server capable of migrating all five
    school websites from the existing Prolog location
    to an internal server.
  • Create and setup a conduit between Web Services
    manager and our existing site.
  • Create model for converting servers and services
    from Shafer Elementary to Admin (T1, phone, proxy
    etc.).

52
Setup and install a district-wide IP based
surveillance system
  • Purchase, set-up and install equipment and
    software.
  • Implement the system starting with the High
    School/Admin complex.
  • Establish a protocol for monitoring and
    administrative guidelines for the use of
    information.

53
Create a software database for the IT Work Order
System.
  • Set-up to allow users to enter the IT work order
    system and check the installation status of
    particular computer labs or groups
  • Set-up so that the user will select a school and
    room number and the display will show the active
    installations of software in that room

54
Business Administration2005-2006
  • 1 Implement a process of compiling a list of
    capital project needs and how those needs will be
    funded.
  • 2 Continue to Review and Improve the Budget
    Process
  • 3 Review Act 24 of 2001 The Occupation
    Assessment Tax Elimination Act
  • 4   Implement GASB Statements 34, 40, and 45
  • 5 Coordinate a Financial Plan for the New Capital
    Projects Program.
  • 6 Implement a Centralized Inventory System
  • 7 Review the Student Activity Funds
  • 8 Central Duplicating and Copying (CDC)

55
Goal 1 Implement a process of compiling a list
of capital project needs and how those needs will
be funded.
  •       Obtain a list of capital projects needs
    from all administrators (Sept.).
  •       Compile into one list, set priorities,
    and estimate costs (Oct. Nov.).
  •   Determine how the projects will be funded
    capital projects, capital reserve, or general
    fund (Oct. - Nov.)
  • Submit the list to the Build. Gr. Committee
    for review and approval (Dec.).
  • Submit the list to the whole Board for review
    and approval (Jan.).
  • Architect/Engineer starts the bid process
    (Feb. March).
  • Start the projects (June).
  • Completion Date June 2006

56
Goal 2 Continue to Review and Improve the Budget
Process. (S.P. 7.0 )
  • The Administration will set its Goals (Sept.
    Oct.)
  • Each Board Committee will set its
    Goals and Expectations.
  • The Board and Administration will
    have a Saturday retreat in November
    to discuss and finalize Board priorities and
    Goals.
  •       Five-year trends on large expenditure
    items will be reviewed and analyzed in
    an effort to minimize these increases, if
    possible.
  • Completion Date June 2006

57
Goal 3 Review Act 24 of 2001 The Occupation
Assessment Tax Elimination Act (S.P. )
  •   Discuss the feasibility of implementing Act
    24 with the Audit and Finance Committee and then
    the whole Board.
  • Hold a Public Hearing .
  • Send a Referendum Question to the County
    Board of Elections.
  • Compose an informational pamphlet and mail
    to all residents.
  • The residents vote whether or not the
    District will implement this Act.
  • If approved, move forward with the
    implementation of this Act.
  • Completion Date November 2005 or Ongoing

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Goal 4   Implementation of the GASB Statements
34, 40, and 45 The Governmental Accounting
Standards Board is approving additional
Statements so that Public School Districts
Financial Statements are more aligned to the
Financial Statements in Private Industry. (S.P.
7.4) 
  • GASB 34 makes sweeping changes in the method
    by which public schools report financial
    information. The most significant change is the
    presentation of a set of highly aggregated
    financial statements.
  • GASB 40 requires revising financial report
    note disclosures on cash and investments.
  • GASB 45 involves Other Post Employment
    Benefits and how they will be funded and reported
    on the financial statements.
  • Completion Date  Ongoing

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Goal 5   Coordinate a Financial Plan for the New
Capital Projects Program.  (S.P. ) 
  • Work with the Superintendent,
    Architect/Engineer, Financial Advisors, Bond
    Counsel, Solicitor, and Board for the following
  • Review and evaluate our financial needs for
    this program.
  • Review and evaluate the various financing
    options that are available.
  • Review and evaluate the investment options
    that are available.
  • Monitor the cash flow needs and investments.
    Make sure we are in compliance with the IRS
    regulations.
  • Completion Date September 2007

60
Goal 6 Implementation of a Centralized Inventory
System
  • Set up software package and train appropriate
    staff.
  • Enter beginning balances and begin utilizing
    package for receipt and distribution of
    supplies.
  • Develop utilization reports to assist in the
    purchase of supplies.
  • Completion Date September 2005 and ongoing.

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Goal 7 Review the Student Activity Funds
  • Review the current process for the Student
    Activity Funds.
  • Conduct a session in Fall 2005 with
    Administrators and Secretaries to discuss proper
    procedures and guidelines for Student Activities.
  • Make changes as necessary to ensure these
    funds are in compliance with State Regulations
    and Board Policy.
  • Conduct a random, periodic review of
    individual funds.
  • Address all audit concerns regarding the
    Student Activities.
  • Completion Date Ongoing

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Goal 8 Central Duplicating and Copying (CDC)
  • Analyze the CDC productivity.
  • Evaluate the cost effectiveness and benefits
    of Centralized, Decentralized or a combination.
  • Develop a system that is cost effective and
    efficient.
  • Determine equipment needs and bid, as
    necessary.
  • Develop procedures for the new system and
    provide any necessary training.
  • Analyze and evaluate the management of
    documents.
  • Completion Date Ongoing

63
Human Resources/ Support Services/
Transportation2005-2006
  • Increase Utilization of Transportation Software
  • Develop Employee Handbook for Human Resources
  • Update Infrastructure of Substitute Program

64
Increase Utilization of Transportation Software
  • Prepare via policies and secure mapping data for
    software application
  • Schedule and attend MapNet training with key
    individuals
  • Edit routes through SY for accurate data
  • Prepare for bus mapping and routing for sy 06-07.

65
Develop Employee Handbook for Human Resources
  • Create an electronic handbook/toolkit for HR
    application
  • Complete appropriate training and skill set for
    webpage creation and use
  • Develop electronic notification for communication
    of highlights and changes
  • Edit in real time.

66
Update Infrastructure of Substitute Program
  • Continue evaluation of software application for
    overall effectiveness of substitute program
  • Apply teacher feedback format and documentation

67
Buildings and Grounds2005-2006
  • Coordinate District Security Communication
  • Update Facilities Systems and Processes

68
Coordinate District Security Communication
  • Develop key control policies and documentation
  • Streamline communication of access security with
    Administration
  • Create reference guide and training for fire
    panel, security alarm or surveillance responses.

69
Update Facilities Systems and Processes
  • Develop departmental plans/ schedule for routine
    responsibilities.
  • Communicate quarterly goals for proactive
    maintenance
  • Utilize Intranet to involve and update
    Administrators.

70
Custodial Services Goals2005-2006
  • Update Facilities Systems and Processes

71
Update Facilities Systems and Processes
  • Evaluate effectiveness of delineation of duties
    for custodial staff
  • Establish needs assessment for improved
    coordination, training, and teaming.
  • Prepare action plan for improvement.

72
Food Service2005-2006
  • Implement Point of Sale at Bushkill Elementary
    and Lower Nazareth Elementary to complete
    district project.
  • Implement new HACCP-Hazard Analysis Critical
    Control Point regulations with regards to Food
    Safety Sanitation.
  • Be a contributing member of the Wellness
    Committee to assist in developing the mandated
    Wellness Policy

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Implement Point of Sale at Bushkill Lower
Nazareth Elementary Schools to complete district
project.
  • Purchase equipment needed to complete point of
    sale project.
  • Inform parents of upcoming changes in the
    cafeteria for lunch purchases.
  • Train staff and begin use of Point of Sale-
    Tentatively-Bushkill- Mid October, Lower
    Nazareth- December.

74
Implement new HACCP regulations with regards to
Food Safety and Sanitation.
  • Train Food Service staff with new regulations and
    documentations.
  • Monitor program for compliance.

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Be a contributing member of the Wellness
Committee to assist in developing a mandated
Wellness Policy
  • Assist in selecting committee to develop Wellness
    Policy for implementation July 2006.
  • Provide model policies as samples.
  • Policies shall include items that relate to
    Physical Education, Nutritional Education, all
    food sold in the district-fundraisers, vending
    machines, school stores, concessions, and snack
    items in cafeterias.
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