NSSD Goals Process
NSSD has a systematic needs assessment and goal setting process that provides a clear and focused direction for the district. Within this process all improvement activities and initiatives for the entire district are identified. This process begins in February when the Board reviews all Board and District Goals. The superintendent follows the Board with his goals for the following year. These two initial steps set the stage for district directors and building principals to make aligned decisions for the coming school year.
~ K-8 Goals ~
Immediate Goal (All Schools)
By May 2017, all schools will increase our average percent proficient on the Smarter Balanced Math Assessments based on cohort performance from the 2015-16 school year.
Intermediate Goal #1 (All Schools)
By May 2017, all schools will increase teacher effectiveness in relation to student engagement strategies to an overall average score of 3.0 in Domains 2 and 3 on the Danielson rubric used in teacher evaluation system.
Intermediate Goal #2 (Stayton Middle)
By May 2017, SMS will continue the process of meeting level 1 certification requirements in the AVID system through continued implementation of AVID College Readiness System at 80% of the Indicators on Essentials #5 and #11.
Intermediate Goal #2 (Mari-Linn, Sublimity)
By May 2017, Mari-Linn and Sublimity will increase the culture of our schools to prepare our students for career and college readiness as measured by the Middle Level Academic Rigor and Support Self-Assessment Tool provided by AVID. (Baseline data will be collected in September and then goals will be set to meet the individual building needs.)
Intermediate Goal #2 (Stayton Elementary)
By May 2017, SES will increase the collaborative culture as measured by the PACT and TELL (NSSD version) survey.
Long Range Goal
To be considered Outstanding Schools at SES, ML, SUB, and SIS/SMS by June 2017, which create future citizens, parents and an educated workforce that contribute to the community by preparing students academically and socially for success at the high school level based on DuFour’s eight characteristics of an outstanding school as listed in Superintendent’s goals