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Kimberley Grady’s Proposed Superintendent Goals, 2018-2019

Standard I: Instructional Standard II: Management & Standard III: Standard IV: Professional
Leadership Operations Family and Community Culture
A. ​Curriculum Indicator ​A. Environment Indicator Engagement
1. Standards-Based Unit Design 1. ​Plans, Procedures, and Routines A. Engagement Indicator A. Commitment to High Standards
2. Operational Systems 1. Family Engagement Indicator
2. Lesson Development Support
3. ​Student Safety, Health, and Social 2. Community and Business 1. Commitment to High Standards
B. Instruction Indicator
1. Instructional Practices and Emotional Needs Engagement 2. ​Mission and Core Values
2. Quality of Effort & Work B. Human Resources Management & B. Sharing Responsibility Indicator 3. Meetings
Development Indicator 1. Student Support B. Cultural Proficiency Indicator
3. Diverse Learners’ Needs
1. Recruitment & Hiring Strategies 2. Family Collaboration 1. ​Policies and Practices
C. Assessment Indicator
2. ​Induction, Professional C. Communication Indicator C. Communications Indicator
1. Variety of Assessments
Development, and Career Growth 1. Two-Way Communication 1. Communication Skills
2. Adjustment to Practice Strategies
2. Culturally Proficient Communication D. Continuous Learning Indicator
D. Evaluation Indicator C. Scheduling & Management
D. Family Concerns Indicator 1. Continuous Learning of Staff
1. Educator Goals Information Systems Indicator
1. Family Concerns 2. Continuous Learning of Administrator
2. Observation s & Feedback 1. Time for Teaching and Learning
3. Ratings E. Shared Vision Indicator
2. ​Time for Collaboration
4. Alignment Review D. Law, Ethics & Policies Indicator 1. ​Shared Vision Development
E. Data-Informed Decision Making 1. Laws and Policies F. Managing Conflict Indicator
Indicator 2. ​Ethical Behavior 1. ​Response to Disagreement
1. Knowledge & Use of Data E. Fiscal Systems Indicator 2. Conflict Resolution
2. School and District Goals 1. Fiscal Systems 3. ​Consensus Building
3. ​Improvement of Performance,
Effectiveness, and Learning

Goal 1: District Improvement: Develop a variety of district plans as a result of regionalization, to assure the district is aligning
vertically and horizontally to meet the needs of all students Prek-12+
Standard IV A3, B1, C1, D1-2 and E1
Standard III C1 and D1
Standard I C1-2 and E 1-3
Key Actions:
● Meet at least 2 times monthly with combination of Admin Team to review data, communicate outcomes and trends, and
develop an action plans, including the alignment of existing activities.
● Administer survey to faculty/staff, students where applicable, families and community stakeholders for the data needed
for a Strategic Plan
● Create a Strategic planning steering committee
● Working with building Principals, Director of Technology and Director of Pupil Services review curriculum, state reporting
and student data
● Provide professional development for faculty on use of Chromebooks, the Chrome platform and google apps

● Communicate results and plans to school communities through school committee presentations and Superintendent
● Admin Team will have a full cycle evaluation process
● Develop an approved District Improvement Plan
● Provide supporting documents and data to implement a 3-5 year Strategic Plan
● Established faculty, parent, administration task force with a draft proposal of new school-based technology plans

Goal 2: Professional Practice (Family and Community Engagement) -​ ​By June 2019, will have focused activities for faculty,
students and families aligned to Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to increase positive relationships with families and members of
the community at all three districts.
Standard III - A1 - 2, B1 - 2, C1 - 2, D1
Standard IV - D1 - 2, E1
Standard I - E2 - 3

Key Actions:
● Work with Principals and Director of Pupil Services to develop assessments to assist schools/districts in identifying
strengths and areas needing improvement around meeting the needs of all children.
● Provide professional development opportunities to support Second Step program in grades K-6 as the school’s social
teaching curriculum
● Work with Principals to engage staff in cultural proficiency training
● Provide Professional Development related to ESSA as aligned to each SIP
● Work with Building Based Administration to provide information for families regarding PBIS & social teaching in the
school – coffee & conversation, website, newsletter

● Host presentations at least four times throughout the year, based on alignment to Target Assistance Title I
programming, School Culture and Social Emotional Learners
● Updated district websites with current resources aligned to ESSA guidelines
● Present fiscally sound budgets that support all children's needs, by routinely meeting with Principals to review PD
and educational supply purchases
● Incorporate data into draft Strategic Plan to roll out in September 2019

Goal 3: Student Learning - Using the new MCAS accountability system data will work with building Principals and Director of
Pupil Services to engage faculty/staff, students and families so that we have implemented action steps for students target
areas not meeting target.
Standard I B 1&3 ,C 1-2 , and E 1-3
Standard II B2
Standard III B 1-2
Standard IV B1

Key Actions:
● Review use of technology across all grades 3-12 curricula and highlight areas for improvement with the introduction
of the chromebook
● Review data provided by DESE during admin meetings
● Will review with Principals each schools plan to address target areas not meeting target
● Professional development for application of digital technology in instruction and assessment
● Monitor student progress through the building based child study processes
● Develop District Improvement Plan with fours focused goals
● Develop an attendance procedure to address deficits within the region
● Presentation with the Admin Team highlighting core curriculum, supplementals, manipulatives and technology
● Presentation of MCAS data to the school committee
● Updated attendance policy/procedure
● Updated educational proficiency plans
● Updated child study process and RtI plans

Approved 12/6/18
Regina DiLego
Dan Caplinger
Christrina Conry
Al Terranova