Tactical Plans

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Academic and Student Services
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Strategy 1: (Goals A, C and D)
Create opportunities that empower students to build good character, life, social, and leadership skills.
1.1. Establish a Pursuing Victory with Honor Student-Athlete District-wide Advisory Council Senior Director for School Services Council formed Staff August 2017 June 2018
1.2. Implement Schoology as the learning management system for middle and high schools

Chief Information Officer

Associate Supt. For Curriculum and Instruction

Staff and student usage report Three year funding commitment August 2017 June 2018
1.3. Develop and implement a continuum of transition services for our students with disabilities ages 18-22 (LifeWorks and Project Search) Associate Supt. for  Accountability and Intervention Services Documentation re: number of students enrolled and number of students employed at competitive pay Staff funded through FTE and grants; IDEA funding for materials, supplies (uniforms, travel costs, etc.) August 2017 June 2018
Strategy 2: (Goals B & D)
Develop and implement a PreK-12 initiative to fully integrate STEM concepts.
2.1. Expand STEM opportunities for PreK-12 Associate Supt. for Curriculum and Instruction Increase participation in STEM courses, Science Fair, Math Invitational, STEM Fairs and develop integrated STEM projects Funding August 2017 June 2018
2.2. Complete the Model STEM School initiative at Sebastian Middle School Associate Supt. for Curriculum & Instruction Lastinger Center certification process complete Funding August 2017 June 2018
2.3. Increase community partners in middle and elementary STEM projects Associate Supt for Curriculum & Instruction Increase in the numbers of community partners Time and staff August 2017 June 2018
Strategy 3: (Goals A, C and D)
Build literacy skills that empower students to communicate effectively.
3.1. Expand access to early learning through private programs and parent education/ parent involvement Associate Supt. for Accountability and Intervention Services Documentation of meetings with area Day Care and parents along with curriculum resources provided Funding and staff August 2017 June 2018
3.2. Monitor progress of students with disabilities – increase growth/achievement; provide training for school staff to identify conditions such as dyslexia; utilize WIDA data to serve ELL students. Associate Supt. for Accountability and Intervention Services Training and monitoring notes along with end of the year data that shows the gap in closing Funding and staff August 2017 June 2018
3.3. Implement new assessment/diagnostic tool; use timely data to inform instruction/ interventions and identify needed Professional Development; provide ongoing support in best practices for literacy instruction

Associate Supt. for Curriculum and Instruction

Associate Supt. for Accountability and Intervention Services

Successful completion of the diagnostics used to both inform instruction (K-8) and calculate (K-3) teacher student data score for evaluation Funding and Staff August 2017 June 2018
Strategy 4: (Goals B, C and D)
Build capacity to fully support the academic, wellness and safety needs of all students.
4.1. Reduce student out of school suspensions district- wide Senior Director for School Services Monthly discipline reports Staff and training August 2017 June 2018
4.2. Increase professional development and resources for mental, social and emotional issues Associate Supt. for Student Support Services Site trainings and promotion of internal and external resources Funding and community agencies August 2017 June 2018
4.3. Analyze monthly health activity data of all middle, high and K8 schools to determine the acuity level of students and medical conditions Associate Supt. for Curriculum & Instruction Comprehensive database of students with medical conditions formulated into acuity levels 1, 2 and 3 based on complexity Funding, training and staff August 2017 June 2018
4.4. Explore collaboration with local health agencies to increase resources for student wellness and safety Associate Supt. for Student Support Services Working partnerships with surrounding hospitals and the pediatric community Staff, time, Community agencies August 2017 June 2018
4.5. Continue to implement the SJCSD Comprehensive School Counseling Plan Associate Supt. for Student Support Services School-based counselors implementation of Phase II and the model/observation and evaluation data Staff August 2017 June 2018
4.6. Promote the use of students’ individual learning plan tools

Associate Supt. for Curriculum and Instruction

Associate Supt. for Student Support Services

Increase MS & HS counselor Florida Shines tool-proficiency

Increase student use of planning tools

Increase information availability

Staff August 2017 June 2018
4.7. Provide Professional Development for district and school-based administrators related to Social Emotional Learning and Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)

Associate Supt. for Curriculum and Instruction

Associate Supt. for Student Support Services

District and school-based administrator training provided Funding and staff August 2017 June 2018
Operations
Strategies / Tactics Champions Success
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Strategy 1: (Goals A, B and D)
Develop a K-12 continuum of technology integration, including necessary network infrastructure, to ensure teachers are well equipped to implement technology in the classroom.
1.1. Upgrade classroom AV equipment (Teacher Sound, Project/  Display and Document Cameras) at 34 schools Chief Information Officer Project complete at 34 schools Funding, Time and Staff Summer 2017 Summer 2018
1.2. Continue to implement infrastructure upgrades to meet the growing network needs Chief Information Officer Project completed at identified sites Funding, Time and Staff Summer 2017 Summer 2018
1.3. Evaluate and acquire new computers for teachers
(existing machines will be refurbished to add student computers in 2018)
Chief Information Officer New teacher machines ready for distribution Funding, Time and Staff Summer 2017 Summer 2018
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Strategy 2: (Goal D)
Continue to design and construct schools that accommodate growth while maintaining high quality programming with an intentional student-focused environment.
2.1. Utilize updated school design to build two new K-8 schools “KK” and “LL” Executive Director Facilities and Operations New schools ready to open in August 2018 Funding, Time and Staff Continued from 2016/ 2017 Summer 2018
2.2. Equip two new schools and summer relocatables (2017)  with network switching, wireless access points, classroom technology and computers Chief Information Officer New schools and relocatables equipped Funding, Time and Staff Continued from 2016/2017 Summer 2018
2.3. Implement dining expansions at SPMS and POA Executive Director Facilities & New Construction Dining expansions complete Funding, Time and Staff Fall 2017 Summer 2018
2.4. Evaluate the impact of legislative changes as it applies to building new schools, expansions and additions

Executive Director Facilities and Operations

Executive Director of Planning and Governmental Relations

Revise or develop new prototypes for building new schools, expansions and additions Funding, Time and Staff Fall 2017 Summer 2018
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Strategy 3: (Goal D)
Continue to improve district-wide safety and security measures.
3.1. Implement single point of entry security upgrades at identified schools Executive Director Facilities & New Construction Security upgrades complete Time, Funding and Staff Continued 2016/2017 Summer 2018
3.2. Evaluate and propose implementation of bus GPS system Executive Director Facilities & New Construction GPS system implemented Time, Funding and Staff Summer 2017 Summer 2018
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Strategy 4: (Goal D)
Continue to improve and upgrade operation systems and services to better meet the needs of students and staff.
4.1. Implement BusPlanner integration with eSchool-PLUS Chief Information Officer Integration complete Time, Funding and Staff Summer 2017 Fall 2017
4.2. Go-Live with GovConnection in the BusinessPLUS Punch Out module Chief Information Officer Punch Out operational with GovConnection Time and Staff Summer 2017 Summer 2018
4.3. Analyze student growth to establish and revise the attendance zones for the new K-8 school ”KK” Executive Director for Planning and Government Relations Attendance zones created Time and Staff Summer 2017 Winter 2017
4.4. Analyze student growth to establish and revise the attendance zones for the new K-8 school “LL” Executive Director for Planning and Government Relations Attendance zones created Time and Staff Summer 2017 Winter 2017
Community Relations
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Strategy 1: (Goal D)
We will continue to embrace technology to effectively communicate with families, students, employees and community members by researching and seeking the best available communication methods.
1.1. Create native apps for all schools Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of downloads,
User surveys
Funding to purchase software August 2017 October 2017
1.2. Research additional social media platforms for communication purposes Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of followers,
Site metrics and analytics,
Best practices
Internal/External users and experts August 2017 Ongoing
1.3. Generate multi-media online content to further engage the user Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of followers,
Site metrics and analytics
Internal/External users and experts August 2017 Ongoing
1.4. Assist in marketing efforts for FCTC including video production and integration Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of newly enrolled students Funding for marketing purposes July 2017 Ongoing
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Strategy 2: (Goal C)
We will continue to build a culture of character by further integrating CHARACTER COUNTS! initiatives and related programs throughout the St. Johns County School District while expanding into the community at large.
2.1. Highlighting CHARACTER COUNTS! through public involvement Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of businesses and community partners integrating or highlighting CC!,
Number of CC! trainings with outside entities
Commitment and feedback from businesses and community partners,
Training materials
August 2017 Ongoing
2.2. Expand advocacy, awareness and practice of CHARACTER COUNTS! Chief of Community Relations and Team Annual surveys/ number of activities,
Participation in trainings offered,
Integration of classroom lessons
CHARACTER COUNTS! Advocates at each school,
Support of school administrators and staff,
Development and training of teachers
August 2017 Ongoing
2.3.Increase acquisition of programming for SEA TV from vendors, internal and student-led projects integrating CHARACTER COUNTS! with a social/emotional focus. Chief of Community Relations and Team Increased program library Funding, participation from students, teachers and administration August 2017 Ongoing
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Strategy 3: (Goals A, B & C)
We will continue to seek and expand business and community partnerships to provide more opportunities for students.
3.1. Provide community members information regarding school district needs and opportunities to become involved. Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of needs fulfilled,
Develop metrics for partnerships,
Number of events
Business Partners, Community members, Students and Parents August 2017 Ongoing
3.2. Schools partnering with schools to provide support or needs Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of partnerships,
Amount of financial and in-kind support,
Build and maintain inventories
PTO representatives, School administrators, Community Relations Department August 2017 Ongoing
3.3. Expand weekend food bag distribution to students in need through community organizations Chief of Community Relations and Team Number of schools where implemented,
Number of students served
Commitment of community organizations such as Blessings in a Backpack and Hugs Across the County August 2017 Ongoing
Human Resources
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Strategy 1: (Goal A, C, and D)
Using a comprehensive recruitment approach, Human Resources will recruit high quality personnel in all employee groups (Administrative, Teachers, and Non-Instructional).
1.1. Continue to refine strategies to recruit new employees including social media and virtual fairs

Associate Supt. for Human Resources

Director of Instructional and Non-Instructional Personnel

List of fairs and social media utilized Personnel, Time, Funding July 2017 June 2018
1.2. Continue to refine our practices to increase number of recruit employees that are representative of the diversity of our school district

Associate Supt. for Human Resources

Director of Instructional and Non-Instructional Personnel

Increase in diversity recruitments hired Personnel, Time, Funding May 2017 May 2018
1.3. Continue to recruit new employees needed in critical need areas that are in demand Director of Instructional Personnel Critical need areas filled with certified teachers Personnel, Time, Funding Sept. 2017 March 2018
1.4. Provide opportunities for hiring authorities to interact with qualified candidates for possible early hiring

Director of Instructional Personnel

Associate Supt. For Human Resources

List of screened and qualified candidates Personnel, Time, Funding Sept. 2017 June 2018
1.5. Identify career and technical needs for schools (FCTC & Academies)

Associate Supt. for Human Resources

Director of Instructional Personnel

Plan of action to assist with obtaining CET needs Personnel, Time, Funding Sept. 2017 March 2018
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Strategy 2: (Goals A, B, and C)
Align all professional development opportunities so all employees can grow professionally while performing at their highest potential.
2.1. Assist in coordination of Professional Development efforts for all employee groups. Director of Leadership Development List of PD offerings/schedules Personnel, Time, Funding July 2017 June 2018
2.2. Develop New Teacher Leader Cadre Director of Leadership Development List of cadre members, dates met, year plans developed and implemented Personnel, Time, Funding June 2017 May 2018
2.3. Continue to provide and expand professional learning opportunities for all employee groups in leadership development Director of Leadership Development List of multiple sessions with multiple employee groups Time, Funding, Personnel June 2017 June 2018
2.4. Develop professional learning in classroom discipline and management for all instructional personnel

Director of Instructional Personnel

Director of Leadership Development

Evaluation Specialist

Module developed for online learning

Number of participant completions

Time, Funding, Personnel Sept. 2017 May 2018
2.5. Develop professional learning opportunities in communication skills for all instructional personnel

Director of Non-Instructional Personnel

Employee Specialist

Teacher Leaders

Module developed for online learning

Number of participant completions

Time, Funding, Personnel Sept. 2017 May 2018
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Strategy 3: (Goal C, D)
Provide ongoing ethics and professional conduct training to all employee groups.
3.1. Identify specific focus areas related to ethical conduct for employees to view annually

Associate Supt. For Human Resources

Employee Specialist

Director for Risk Management

Teacher Leaders

List of focus areas, online module created with quiz Time, Personnel, Funding Oct. 2017 May 2018
3.2. Identify the best strategy to educate all employees on our district’s core values, culture and high expectations

Associate Supt. for Human Resources

Director for Instructional and Non-Instructional Personnel

Teacher Leaders

Employee Specialist

Strategy identified, module developed and is offered to employees to view at the beginning of the school year Time, Personnel, Funding Nov. 2017 June 2018
Superintendent & School Board
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Strategy 1: (Goals A, B, C & D)
Align all decision-making in the best interest of students.
1.1. Integrate FCTC into SJCSD through all activities and functions Superintendent FCTC is part of the SJCSD July 2017 June 2018
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Strategy 2: (Goals A, B, C & D)
Continue to influence state legislation and set policy at the local level to further the mission, vision and Goals of the school district.
2.1. Educate and engage local delegation members on the needs of the School District Coordinator, Governmental Relations

100% of local delegation is knowledgeable on the needs of the School District

Increase invitations to District and school events

Develop marketing materials

July 2017 June 2018
2.2. Educate and utilize parents, community members, students and administrators to proactively advocate for legislative changes Coordinator, Governmental Relations

Create and execute a plan to educate and involve all stakeholders

Correspondence with PTO presidents about invites to delegation members

PTOs have a legislative liaison position

Supervisor of Election invited to new employee orientation

July 2017 June 2018
2.3. Proactively propose legislative changes and funding requests to further the mission of the School District

School Board members

Coordinator, Governmental Relations

Create and execute a proactive legislative platform July 2017 October 2017
2.4. Proactively engage community leaders in support of advocacy efforts

School Board members

Superintendent

Coordinator, Governmental Relations

A list of targeted leaders and meetings initiated is created July 2017 June 2018
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Strategy 3: (Goal A, B, C & D)
Maintain a nurturing and supportive environment by continuing a culture that fosters teamwork and collaboration that emphasizes shared values, integrity and loyalty.
3.1. Continue to emphasize Master Board Training

School Board Members

Superintendent

100% participation
3.2. Annual Leadership Retreat for School Board and Superintendent

School Board Members

Superintendent