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Title: Synergy in Parkway 2008 Board Retreat


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Synergy in Parkway 2008 Board Retreat
Synergy in Parkway
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Outcomes for 1230-330
  • What is synergy? Why is it Parkways 2008-2009
    theme?
  • Againwhat is CSIP?
  • Finalize Board Goals and Focus Areas in
    preparation for a June 18th BOE approval
  • Dialogue about suggested changes in Parkways
    Governance structure Long Range Planning

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Synergy The bonus that is achieved when things
work together harmoniously. Mark Twain
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Synergy
  • Synergy is achieved when two or more people work
    together to create a better solution than either
    could alone. Its not your way or my way but a
    better way, a higher way.
  • Stephen Covey

5
Synergy
  • Synergism is the simultaneous actions of separate
    entities which together have greater total effect
    than the sum of their individual effects.
  • Buchholz and Roth

6
Synergy
  • Conflict is inevitable in a teamin fact, to
    achieve synergistic solutions, a variety of ideas
    and approaches are needed. These are the
    ingredients for conflict.
  • Susan Gerke, IBM Leadership Development

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Synergy is best explained as,
  • One plus one equals more than two. Todays world
    requires a critical mass of transformational
    leaders who will commit to creating a synergy of
    energy within their circle of influence so new
    level of social, emotional, intellectual and
    spiritual success can be reached.

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Synergy helps
  • You realize the value of others, and secondly,
    encourages you to find the right people. Synergy
    is a dynamic form of leverage. Avoid using it,
    and end up working four times as hard for half
    the results. Use it and watch the results expand
    exponentially!!!!

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Parkways CSIP/Strategic Plan
  • 2006-2008 (Phase 1)
  • MSIP Cycle IV began July 1, 2006
  • 2008-2011 (Phase 2)
  • MSIP Cycle V begins July 1, 2011

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CSIP Review MSIP Cycle IV Page 21
  • MSIP Cycle IV

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Alignment
  • Everyone knows what the priorities and
    expectations are and can align their efforts to
    achieving them.
  • Everyone knows how success is defined, how it
    will be measured and when.
  • Everyone is involved in find way to achieve the
    priorities within the context of his or her own
    work and collectively learns what is and what is
    not working.
  • Decision are well informed and resources are
    targeted, giving successful new initiatives a far
    better chance of being sustained and continuously
    improved over time .

Conzemius and ONeill
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Alignment Shared Vision
  • Results

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Planning Process for BOE Focus Areas 2008-2011
11/7/2015
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Parkway Board of Education District
Goals 2006-2011
Board Goals
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Draft Board Goals Focus Areas
  • CSIP.Plan.On.A.Page.

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Goal 1 Increase academic achievement and
engagement for all students
  • Focus Area A
  • Develop and consistently implement an aligned
    Pre-K-12 guaranteed, viable, district curriculum
    that is designed to increase student engagement
    achievement.
  •  Focus Area B
  • Implement evidence-based instructional strategies
    including technology best practices that promote
    high levels of student engagement achievement.
  • Focus Area C
  • Collect, analyze, and use data from national,
    state, and Parkway assessments to monitor
    curriculum, inform instruction, and implement
    academic interventions to increase student
    achievement.

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  • KEY STRATEGIES for Goal 1
  • Student learning will increase when adults are
    engaged in effective professional learning in the
    following
  • Higher level thinking Depth of Knowledge
  • Curriculum Rigor Relevance
  • Common Assessments/End of Course Assessments
  • Understanding by Design as a planning model
  • Use of data-Infinite Campus/PARS
  • Building teacher leaders
  • Technology best practices within curriculum areas
  • Integrate and apply differentiation and
    acceleration strategies into all content areas
  • Integrate and apply reading, writing, and
    vocabulary strategies into all content areas to
    increase content literacy.
  • Research and adjust instructional time to
    guarantee the implementation of the Parkway
    curriculum.

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Goal 2 Increase student success through
providing a safe environment, promoting healthy
behaviors and fostering positive relationships.
  • Focus Area A
  • Develop and implement an integrated Pre-K-12
    system and services that identify and respond to
    students academic success through
    social/emotional/behavioral support.
  •  
  • Focus Area B
  • Foster membership through a caring, safe school
    environment for all students, staff, parents and
    community.
  •  
  • Focus Area C
  • Increase student success by focusing on diversity
    in order to foster student, staff and community
    membership.

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  • KEY STRATEGIES for Goal 2
  • Student success will increase when adults and
    students are engaged in effective learning in the
    following
  • Honoring all Voices/Diversity
  • Violence Prevention Bullying
  • Safe and drug free programs
  • Development of a Personal Plan of Study (MO
    Comprehensive Guidance/Career Pathways)
  • Student learning will increase when adults are
    engaged in effective professional learning in the
    following
  • Social Justice
  • Co-Teaching Collaborative
  • Problem-Solving Coaches with teachers and
    administrators
  • Use of data- Climate Survey, MO. Youth Combined
    Survey
  • Create school health teams to implement the
    Wellness Policy.
  •  Recruit, hire and retain a diverse work force
    that represents our Parkway population.
  •  Support and monitor alternative programs to meet
    the needs of all students inside and outside the
    traditional school setting. (PACE, REACH,MOP,
    ADC, MOSAICS, GOLD STAR).
  •  Reorganize district committees to include
    parents, students and community members.

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Goal 3 Provide learning environments necessary
for success in a competitive, global society.
  • Focus Area A
  • Ensure safe, secure, and accessible facilities
    through ongoing maintenance and renovation. 
  • Focus Area B
  • Provide current and secure technology to support
    operational efficiency, teaching and learning. 
  • Focus Area C
  • Identify and develop school environments
    necessary for 21st century teaching and
    learning. 
  • Focus Area D
  • Improve communication and decision making through
    effective efficient data collection, analysis
    and reporting.

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  • KEY STRATEGIES for Goal 3
  • Continue creating collaborative District School
    Web Resources. 
  • Implement and monitor the facilities long range  
  • Research and develop a long range plan for
    enhancements to learning environments. 
  • Analyze and respond to demographic trends for
    efficient delivery of services. 
  • Improve informational and functional web
    support. 
  • Maintain fiscal discipline to secure the
    districts high bond rating to fund capital
    improvements.

23
A Vision for Parkways Continuous
Improvement
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Background
  • Since it is time for the Parkway Board of
    Education to set focus areas for the next three
    years, the Connections Committee reviewed the
    CSIP requirements as well as the existing
    district goals and focus areas.

25
Findings from the Review
  • CSIP Requirement The district has a
    board-approved CSIP, which is ongoing with goals,
    outcomes, or objectivesfor a five year period.
  • Finding 1 Parkways CSIP needs to be a
    five-year continuous (long-range) plan.
  • Finding 2 BOE goals and focus areas need to be
    measurable and more specific.
  • Finding 3 We need a systematic process for
    involving the community in ongoing review and
    evaluation tied to district goals.

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Findings from the Review
  • CSIP Requirement The district involves
    representatives of the entire community in the
    comprehensive school improvement process.
  • Finding More parents/citizens need to be
    actively engaged in Parkways CSIP process.

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Findings from the Review
  • Additional Finding
  • The districts mission, vision and beliefs need
    to be reviewed, updated and aligned with CSIP.
  • Mission A clear statement of purpose that when
    created collaboratively by those who must carry
    it out, will create cohesiveness, commitment, and
    understanding.
  • Vision The best possible future that can be
    created by successfully accomplishing the mission
    in a way that is consistent with ones values and
    beliefs
  • Beliefs An expression of what we consider to be
    true.

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Proposed CSIP Structure
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Proposed CSIP Structure
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Proposed Timeline
  • Spring 2008
  • Administration drafts new CSIP planning process
    presents to BOE for review.
  • Summer 2008
  • BOE approves new CSIP process and adopts district
    goals.
  • August December 2008
  • District publicly announces new CSIP process,
    solicits parent/community volunteers for three
    Long Range Planning Committees (one for each BOE
    goal).
  • District educates key staff/parent leadership on
    new CSIP process.
  • CSIP Strategic Planning Committee forms drafts
    district vision, mission, belief statements to
    help guide long-range planning process 2010-2015.
  • Key staff/parent leadership review all district
    committees recommend changes for future.
  • January February 2009
  • LRP committee co-chairs selected and notified
    meet with CSIP Strategic Planning Committee to
    discuss and review tasks and timelines.
  • LRP committee members selected and notified.
  • Plans announced for district committees beginning
    in fall 2009.

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Proposed Timeline
  • March December 2009
  • LRP committees begin meeting monthly under
    leadership of co-chairs.
  • Monitor progress toward current CSIP goals make
    recommendations for improvement
  • Review new draft of district vision, mission and
    belief statements.
  • Study trends/data aligned with district goals to
    help identify five-year CSIP plan in 2010
  • CSIP Committee monitors progress meets quarterly
    with LRP co-chairs.
  • January May 2010
  • CSIP Committee recommends final district vision,
    mission, beliefs to BOE for approval.
  • Summer 2010
  • BOE approves new district vision, mission,
    beliefs tasks CSIP Committee to develop 5-year
    plan.
  • August 2010 May 2011
  • CSIP Committee and LRPs develop 5-year plan for
    2011-2015 recommend plan to BOE for approval.
  • Summer 2011
  • BOE approves CSIP long-range plan tasks
    superintendent to implement plan and CSIP
    Committee to monitor implementation through 2015.

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Governance
  • Govern the district in an efficient and effective
    manner providing leadership and representation to
    benefit the students, staff, and patrons.

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CSIP Structure
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Questions and Discussion?
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PARKWAY SYNERGY
  • Together gears perform tasks at a rate that makes
    machines run quicker, smoother and more
    efficiently.
  • As a team of gears works in unison behind the
    scenes they are moving in different directions
    and at different speeds linked together they
    each have their own responsibility, but the same
    goal.
  • You are an integral part of our team, allowing us
    to work better together and in turn driving us to
    success.
  • Youre a perfect fit.

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Steve Colombo - Progress Monitoring/Intervention
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