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PHASE I: PLANNING AND PREPARATION; MARCH 2014 TO JULY 28, 2014


GOALS:

  1. Build and Maintain Collaborative Relationships
  2. Lead with Integrity and Professionalism
  3. Lead with a Core Purpose and Vision Focused on Results
  4. Lead and Manage Systems Change

ACTIVITIES:

    • Attend staff meeting for formal introduction
    • Introduction to students through morning broadcast
    • One-On-One meetings with staff
    • Attend PTO meeting
    • Meet with current Frost administration
    • Attend Frost Family Fun Run
    • Complete evaluation training
    • Attend leadership training at district
    • Read professional books
  • The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan: How to Take Charge Build Your Team, and Get Immediate Results by: George B. Bradt, Jayme A. Check, and Jorge E. Pedraza
  • The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach The New Survival Skills Our Children Need and What We Can Do About It by: Tony Wagner
  • Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap: Whatever It Takes by: Richard DuFour, Rebecca DuFour, Robert Eaker, and Gayle Karhenek
  • Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement by: John Hattie

PHASE II: ENTRY AND FIRST 100 DAYS; JULY 28 TO DECEMBER 19


GOALS: 

  1. Build and Maintain Collaborative Relationships
  2. Lead with Integrity and Professionalism
  3. Lead with a Core Purpose and Vision Focused on Results
  4. Lead and Manage Systems Change
  5. Improve Teaching and Learning
  6. Manage School Operations and Resources

ACTIVITIES:

  • Collaborate with assistant principal, Frost staff, and Frost leadership teams
  • Initiate voluntary staff meetings to identify school priorities as they relate to leadership, professional development, and Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS)
  • Conduct a “Needs Assessment” with staff. Analyze results to determine “Next Steps” in school-based professional development and planning.
  • Review school partnerships and meet with representatives from these organizations
  • Review district safety plan, schedule safety drills
  • Meet with transportation department to gain insight regarding transportation procedures
  • Coordinate and plan institute days and weekly faculty meetings that will focus on district and school priorities as identified during our administrator leadership training
  • Review most recent parent survey results
  • Attend team meetings to listen, ask questions, and participate in team discussions
  • Participate in IEP meetings and/or student support meetings
  • Participate in parent/teacher conferences, as needed or requested by parent or teacher
  • Attend PTO meetings and events
  • Monthly newsletter to parents
  • Positive phone calls to parents
  • Attend district training for First Aid, AED/CPR, and CPI
  • Visit classrooms a minimum of two hours per day to get to know students, identify instructional trends, and provide relevant and timely feedback to staff
  • Evaluate teachers and assistant principal
  • Attend and participate in weekly administrator training sessions
  • Review and monitor the Frost Rising Star Plan
  • Routinely review building budget to ensure fiscal responsibility

Review and revise 100 Day Plan at 30 days (9/8/2014), 60 days (10/21/2014), and 90 days (12/5/2014)

CULMINATION: 360 FEEDBACK SURVEY; DECEMBER


  • Develop survey, distribute to respondents, and analyze results upon completion of the survey

PHASE I: PLANNING AND PREPARATION; MARCH 2014 TO JULY 28, 2014


GOALS:

  1. Build and Maintain Collaborative Relationships
  2. Lead with Integrity and Professionalism
  3. Lead with a Core Purpose and Vision Focused on Results
  4. Lead and Manage Systems Change

ACTIVITIES:

    • Attend staff meeting for formal introduction
    • Introduction to students through morning broadcast
    • One-On-One meetings with staff
    • Attend PTO meeting
    • Meet with current Frost administration
    • Attend Frost Family Fun Run
    • Complete evaluation training
    • Attend leadership training at district
    • Read professional books
  • The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan: How to Take Charge Build Your Team, and Get Immediate Results by: George B. Bradt, Jayme A. Check, and Jorge E. Pedraza
  • The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach The New Survival Skills Our Children Need and What We Can Do About It by: Tony Wagner
  • Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap: Whatever It Takes by: Richard DuFour, Rebecca DuFour, Robert Eaker, and Gayle Karhenek
  • Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement by: John Hattie

PHASE II: ENTRY AND FIRST 100 DAYS; JULY 28 TO DECEMBER 19


GOALS: 

  1. Build and Maintain Collaborative Relationships
  2. Lead with Integrity and Professionalism
  3. Lead with a Core Purpose and Vision Focused on Results
  4. Lead and Manage Systems Change
  5. Improve Teaching and Learning
  6. Manage School Operations and Resources

ACTIVITIES:

  • Collaborate with assistant principal, Frost staff, and Frost leadership teams
  • Initiate voluntary staff meetings to identify school priorities as they relate to leadership, professional development, and Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS)
  • Conduct a “Needs Assessment” with staff. Analyze results to determine “Next Steps” in school-based professional development and planning.
  • Review school partnerships and meet with representatives from these organizations
  • Review district safety plan, schedule safety drills
  • Meet with transportation department to gain insight regarding transportation procedures
  • Coordinate and plan institute days and weekly faculty meetings that will focus on district and school priorities as identified during our administrator leadership training
  • Review most recent parent survey results
  • Attend team meetings to listen, ask questions, and participate in team discussions
  • Participate in IEP meetings and/or student support meetings
  • Participate in parent/teacher conferences, as needed or requested by parent or teacher
  • Attend PTO meetings and events
  • Monthly newsletter to parents
  • Positive phone calls to parents
  • Attend district training for First Aid, AED/CPR, and CPI
  • Visit classrooms a minimum of two hours per day to get to know students, identify instructional trends, and provide relevant and timely feedback to staff
  • Evaluate teachers and assistant principal
  • Attend and participate in weekly administrator training sessions
  • Review and monitor the Frost Rising Star Plan
  • Routinely review building budget to ensure fiscal responsibility

Review and revise 100 Day Plan at 30 days (9/8/2014), 60 days (10/21/2014), and 90 days (12/5/2014)

CULMINATION: 360 FEEDBACK SURVEY; DECEMBER


  • Develop survey, distribute to respondents, and analyze results upon completion of the survey

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