Destination 158 Strategic Plan 2020-25

SHORT-TERM GOALS 2020-21

ALL STUDENTS ACHIEVE PERSONAL GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  1. Based on the local growth model in ECRISS, in the 2020-21 District Overall Summary, at least 84% of students will make expected or high growth in reading.
  2. Based on the local growth model in ECRISS, in the 2020-21 District Overall Summary, at least 84% of students will make expected or high growth in math.
  3. A comprehensive online education program and implementation plan for high school courses will be constructed and presented to the Board of Education by year end.

ALL STUDENTS ARE PREPARED TO ACHIEVE THEIR LIFELONG GOALS

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  1. For the 2020-21 school year, using the local growth model achievement benchmark in ECRISS, students with IEPs in grades K-8 will meet or exceed the projected proficiency benchmark of 15% in reading.
  2. For the 2020-21 school year, using the local growth model achievement benchmark in ECRISS, students with IEPs in grades K-8 will meet or exceed the projected proficiency benchmark of 14% in math.
  3. The Special Services delivery model will be aligned with best practices for instructional delivery, related services, and case management, as outlined in the DM Group Opportunity Review Recommendations.
  4. The Instructional Coaching Model and Multi-tiered Systems of Support Model will be aligned with best practices in instructional support and academic intervention, as outlined in the DM Group Opportunity Review Recommendations.
  5. Staff will advance toward the “Design and Apply” stage of the District Professional Learning Continuum.

All students learn in environments that are safe, secure & supportive

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  1. Year Two recommendations of the 2019 Comprehensive Safety Assessment will be implemented.
  2. A review of after-school hours security will be completed, with a culminating recommendation report presented to the Board of Education by year end.
  3. A hub of school and community mental health resources will be developed and deployed on all student and staff devices

The District remains sustainable to meet the needs of students & community

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  1. The District website will be fully transitioned to the new huntley158.org by year end.
  2. Overall satisfaction with District communication will be 90% or higher, as measured by family survey.
  3. The District will meet or exceed State fiscal health guidelines.
  4. The Long-term Capital Improvement Plan will be revised reflecting prioritization of budget dollars for student needs, while maintaining safe and comfortable facilities.
  5. A multi-year plan identifying areas of potential increased operational efficiency will be presented to the Board by March 15, 2021.
  6. Parent/family education opportunities regarding student learning and support (Parent University) will be offered.

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