Superintendents Report January 24, 2019 Strategic Plan 2015-2019
Superintendents Report January 24, 2019 Strategic Plan 2015-2019 Goals 1. Academic Accountability: To ensure all students receive a quality education. 2. Communication and Collaboration: To ensure stakeholders are informed and included as it relates to academic, attendance, behavior, and student events.
3. Technology: To ensure access to and utilization of technology to support college and career readiness program. 4. Safety: To ensure safe, clean orderly campuses. 5. Finance: To ensure fiscal stability. Goal 1: Academic Accountability: To ensure all students receive a quality education Consultant Services Bailey Group Elementary Schools Kirkland Group High School Focused Professional Development Classroom Observations School and district level administrators Seeking and employing Certified teachers 2 (Northside High School)
Fall EOC Retest Upcoming State Test State ACT February 20, 2019 All 11th graders National ACT February 9, 2019 Nation-wide testing administered at Northside which is a national ACT testing site. Families First Resource Center / New Learning Resource Center
Honor Society (I. T. Montgomery Meeting, January 29, 2019) Progress Monitoring Universal Screeners BOY, MOY, and EOY Biweekly / summative tests Nine Weeks Tests
High School Curriculum Accelerated Courses Advanced Courses Dual Enrollment Courses Course Selection Sheets
MOU and Contract Nicole Jackson (Licensed Psychometrist) Gifted education Placement District / School Partnerships Leland Medical Clinic Shaw Medical Clinic, LLO Life Help Mental Health Services
Memorandum of Understanding with Mississippi Department of Health Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services Memorandum of Understanding between Coahoma Community College Mound Bayou Police Department Shelby Police Department
Shelby Summer Baseball Program Youth Summer Recreation Jobs for Mississippi Graduates Rosemont Consulting to provide psychometrical and psychological services to assist with behavioral intervention plans Millcreek of Pontotoc Schools Save the Children In-school Tutorial
Afterschool Tutorial 21st Century Learning FY19 21st Century Learning Center Grantees Award of $700,000 over three years Fall EOC Retest Upcoming State Test
State ACT February 20, 2019 All 11th graders National ACT February 9, 2019 Northside is a national ACT testing site. NBCSD Department of Special Education was selected by First Book to participate in First Quarter for Literacy Week which is sponsored by Fletcher Cox and Chris Long Foundation The books have arrived and will be distributed during Faust Quarter for Literacy Week, January 28, 2019 to February 1, 2019. The teachers of NBCSD were presented with essential components and effective models of co-teaching in inclusive classrooms
The Special Education teachers are gearing up for testing by participating in regional training to ensure they are prepared to administer the Mississippi Academic Assessment Program Alternate MAAP-A. GOAL 2: Communication and Collaboration: To ensure that all stakeholders are informed and included as it relates to academics, attendance, behavior, and student events Parents Guide to Student Success What students in grades K-8 should be learning https://www.pta.org/home/family-resources/Parents-G uides-to-Student-Success Principals Monthly Board Reports / Presentation Parent /Teacher Conferences April Midterm Progress Report End of Term Report Cards AIMS Parental Involvement Opportunities
P16 Council School PTAs North Bolivar Consolidated School District employs two parent liaisons to ensure that we reach out to communities to bridge the gap between home and school Our parent liaisons are: Tammy Morton 662-338-0667 Mary Reddics 662-288-2566 Family Fun Night: Movie Night January 31, 2019 (ITM) GOAL 3: Technology: To ensure access to technology to support college and career readiness programs GOAL 4: Safety: To ensure safe, clean, and orderly campuses GOAL 5: Finance: To ensure fiscal stability District Budget The partial government shutdown has raised questions about child nutrition. At this time, MDE office is continuing operations without interruptions or changes
There are no plans to close I. T. Montgomery Elementary There are no renovations going on at Shelby Middle School There are no plans to close the parent centers There are plans to move the Central Office in the old J.F.K. Building 16th Section Revenue 16-T25N-R6W West Bolivar Consolidated School District controls but shares with North Bolivar 16-T26N-R5W -, 16-T26N-R6W, and 16-T26N-R7W Coahoma School district controls but shares with North Bolivar 16-T23W-R5W and 16-T23N-R6W Cleveland School District controls but shares with North Bolivar 16 - T24N-R5W 16 T22N-R6W Share with West Bolivar 16 T25N-R5W Share with West Bolivar Update the financing of the 1.5 million dollar bond Bonds have not been issued About $300,000.00 will be used to pay off the existing debt $1.2 million will be used for facility renovations (roof) Roofing
Priority I. T. Montgomery Elementary School Parts of Brooks Elementary School Parts of Northside High School Parts of John F. Kennedy High School John F. Kennedy gym roof will be paid for by the insurance company, also floor I. T. Montgomery floor tiles 2019 2024 Strategic Plan Strategic Planning Committee Members Maurice Smith, Superintendent William Lucas Board Member Bobbie Moore, Curriculum / Testing Coordinator Gared Watkins, Federal Programs Director Miranda Black-Williams, Federal Programs Administrative Assistant
Marilyn Starks, CCC Federal Programs Coordinator/ Community Representative Adera Thornton, Special Education Director Tommy Humphrey, Vice Mayor Shelby, MS Martha Jackson, Principal Northside Austin Reynolds, Mr. Northside Larriel Craig, Miss Northside Brianna Greyer, Student Council President Xandra Brooks-Keys, Lead Teacher Northside Dr. Elaine Baker, Community Representative Doris Hall, Principal Brooks Elementary Diane Douglas, PTA Brooks Elementary Montreshia Cain, Principal I.T. Montgomery Raquel Williams, Gifted Teacher Brooks and I. T. Montgomery Vision Statement The North Bolivar Consolidated School District is a place where the students excel and leave college and career ready. Mission Statement In Partnership with the Community, Parents and Students, the North Bolivar Consolidated School District is committed
to excellence by challenging our students to achieve their highest potential and preparing our students to compete in an ever changing global society. Goal 1: To ensure all students receive a quality education Objective A: Increase the accountability rating of the district to a C or higher by the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Objective B: Strengthen Principal and Teacher quality, recruitment and retention yearly. Objective C: Increase Teacher attendance rate by 10% annually. Objective D: Increase Student attendance rate by 10% annually. Goal 2: Unite our School Communities Objective A: Increase the number of Parents/Community members who are actively engaged in school activities by 5%. Objective B: Increase the number of community business partnership annually districtwide. Objective C: Increase the number of Parents who actively participate in PTA activities by 5% annually districtwide. Goal 3: Provide a safe and secure learning environment for our Students and Staff. Objective A: Reduce the number of discipline referrals by 10% annually.
Objective B: Reduce the number of suspensions by 10% annually. Objective C: Reduce the number of work-related incidents by 10% annually. Goal 4: To ensure fiscal stability Objective A: Maintain a 10% district maintenance fund balance to protect the district from deficiencies in local, state and federal funding annually. Objective B: Implement the Integrity accounting system 100% districtwide. Objective C: Create a long-term district financial plan by the end of the school year 2019-2020. Renovations of Northside Cafeteria Renovations Restrooms and Halls Gym Organization of NBCSD Business Department Business Manager Payroll Clerk Accounts Payable
Inventory Financial Advisor Together Moving Forward
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