Stay informed about the Board of Education’s Superintendent Search and how to stay engaged HERE.
The fourth installment in a District-Wide Survey series that examines areas of agreement-–and disagreement–-between students, families, and educators.
Last spring, with the principal’s support, ORE interviewed almost all of the Ninth Grade Academy (NGA) assistant principals to hear their perspectives on implementing NGAs. The resulting report uses data from those interviews to answer four research questions and provide associated recommendations.
The Climate Matters app will be refreshed this week to display attendance, suspension, and serious incident data through February 2020.
The Star 360 app is refreshed to include data from the second testing cycle for grades 9-12 (February/March window).
The District-Wide Survey helps inform SDP about what’s already working and what needs to improve in areas related to climate, instruction, leadership, professional capacity, and parent/guardian community ties. But how did we decide on those five areas? Where do our questions come from? And what, exactly, do we do with the data?
A report on implementation of the Ninth Grade Academy (NGA) model as described by NGA Assistant Principals at 24 District schools.
The Kindergarten Registration app (available in the “Early Childhood” stream) is now loading SY 2020-21 kindergarten registration data nightly.
The School Progress Report (SPR) app now includes data from the recently released 2018-19 SPR reports.
As a reminder, Phase 1 (Root-Cause Analysis and Budget Planning) should be completed by March 27, 2020, with an interim checkpoint of March 6, 2020.
Principals or their designees are invited to complete a survey about common planning time that will contribute to a system-wide look at implementation, barriers, and successes.