OASD Strategic Plan 2013-2016
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-P1 Support and recognize value of our quality teachers by all community members
PRIORITY01/15/1306/30/1586%
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-G1A Develop an employee recognition program that will be started in 9/2013
Goal08/01/1302/14/14100%SP1
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-Establish the leadership committee to develop this program
Action Steps08/01/1308/15/13100%SP1
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Select staff district wide from all level and groups to serve on committee
Tasks08/01/1308/15/13100%
5
Committee members meet monthly/as needed to complete program.
Tasks08/01/1308/01/13100%
6
Explore programs in other districts
Action Steps11/01/1311/01/13100%SP1
7
-Establish and communicate the process
Action Steps08/15/1302/14/14100%SP1
8
Survey to entire OASD
Tasks10/01/1310/18/13100%
9
Present ideas to BOE for approval
Tasks08/15/1312/30/13100%
10
Present to principals at December meeting after BOE approval
Tasks08/15/1312/30/13100%
11
Meet with staff and employee representative groups to explain awards and nomination process
Tasks08/15/1301/30/14100%
12
Review Committee selects award winners
Tasks01/05/1402/14/14100%
13
-G1B Develop a data-based model to compensate OASD professional educators for quality and effectiveness to start in 9/2014
Goal04/30/1301/05/15100%SP1
14
Interview teacher compensation model consultants
Action Steps04/30/1309/30/13100%SP1
15
Select a teacher compensation model consultant
Action Steps04/30/1309/30/13100%SP1
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Meet with selected consultant to review process
Action Steps09/30/1310/30/13100%SP1
17
Construct team members to participate in the process
Action Steps10/30/1311/29/13100%SP1
18
Team creates a doable timeline concluding with a product for the 2014-2015 school year
Action Steps09/30/1303/28/14100%SP1
19
-Team creates new compensation schedule
Action Steps11/01/1309/05/14100%SP1
20
Committee meetings to determine options
Tasks11/01/1307/01/14100%
21
Costing of recommended solution to determine sustainability
Tasks01/01/1405/16/14100%
22
Communication of recommended solution to inform stakeholders
Tasks05/14/1407/09/14100%
23
Recommendation created and forwarded to the Board of Education
Tasks07/09/1407/23/14100%
24
Transition staff from existing to newly revised system
Tasks07/23/1409/05/14100%
25
-Develop onsite clinic to reduce healthcare costs for the district
Action Steps01/01/1401/05/15100%SP2
26
Interviewed and selected provider
Tasks01/01/1404/30/14100%SP2
27
Location will be determined
Tasks05/05/1411/03/14100%SP2
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Create proposal and obtain Board approval
Tasks09/10/1409/24/14100%SP2
29
Create a communication plan
Tasks05/16/1412/31/14100%SP2
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Create and open clinic
Tasks09/24/1401/05/15100%SP2
31
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps100%SP1
32
-G1C Align funding, staffing and resources within schools to reduce non-teaching tasks and increase efficiencies to support student learning in the classroom
Goal01/15/1306/30/1584%SP1
33
-With help of principals at level meetings, identify what tasks are mandatory, optional and not necessary
Action Steps01/15/1306/30/1592%SP1
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Elementary Task Force Meetings
Tasks01/15/1306/30/1590%
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Consult with area districts to review how schedules are determined
Tasks11/18/1306/27/14100%
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Identify areas of efficiency in order to reduce workload for licensed staff members
Action Steps03/01/1305/29/1575%SP1
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-Continue to analyze bussing service for optimal efficiency and customer satisfaction
Action Steps10/01/1405/29/1587%SP2
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Gather data on existing schedule and the impact on minutes of instruction
Tasks10/01/1410/24/14100%SP2
39
Create questions for all district stakeholders
Tasks10/01/1410/10/14100%SP2
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Conduct focus groups of all district stakeholders on bussing schedule preference
Tasks11/01/1411/07/14100%SP2
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Meet with Kobussen to discuss options available
Tasks10/01/1410/17/14100%SP2
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Work with bussing provider to analyze cost impact of various scenarios
Tasks10/01/1410/17/14100%SP2
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Analyze minutes of instruction and determine if changes are needed and appropriate (focus elementary)
Tasks10/01/1410/17/14100%SP2
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Combine focus group data and minutes of instruction analysis to create one or more administrative recommendations for changes
Tasks10/20/1410/31/14100%SP2
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Present data and recommendations to the board for possible changes to be implemented for the 15-16 school year
Tasks12/03/1412/17/14100%SP2
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Communicate changes and work with bussing company towards successful implementation
Tasks01/01/1505/29/1575%SP2
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Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps100%SP1
48
-G1D Develop and implement an Educator Effectiveness System in compliance with Act 166
Goal04/15/1306/30/1574%SP1
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Explore and study DPI educator effectiveness models
Action Steps04/15/1305/31/13100%SP1
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Select an educator model for OASD
Action Steps04/15/1305/17/13100%SP1
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Establish professional development model and feedback system to ensure success
Action Steps04/15/1307/31/13100%SP1
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-Pilot educator effectiveness system during 2013-14
Action Steps07/08/1303/28/14100%SP1
53
Conduct training sessions on OASD EE Model (Danielson)
Tasks07/08/1307/11/13100%SP1
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Obtain Danielson certification for entire administrative team
Tasks07/15/1308/30/13100%SP1
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Obtain and track feedback from Principals and Educators to report back to the DPI
Tasks09/02/1303/28/14100%SP1
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Explore and implement EE system for all other licensed groups
Action Steps02/03/1406/30/1550%SP1
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Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps08/01/1308/16/13100%SP1
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-P2 Working together to achieve a common goal
PRIORITY09/12/1206/26/1578%
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-G2A Foster and grow the city-wide PTO
Goal05/23/1308/29/1448%SP1
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City-wide PTO provides status report to the board of education
Action Steps05/23/1306/11/1475%SP1
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City-wide PTO establishes goals
Action Steps05/23/1308/29/1425%SP1
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-G2B Develop and deliver a data-based quarterly feedback system for the BOE using data from internal stakeholders
Goal11/28/1206/26/1585%SP1
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Restructure IT department and obtain board approval for DB Developer position
Action Steps11/28/1208/14/13100%SP1
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Hire or outsource a database developer
Action Steps07/24/1307/24/13100%SP1
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Meet with respective departments to determine elements and needed reports
Action Steps09/02/1306/27/1475%SP1
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-Change processes based upon best practice standards and establish internal procedures for database entry/retrieval
Action Steps01/01/1408/29/1490%SP1
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Evaluate data processes and practices as we transition to new SIS
Tasks01/01/1405/30/1490%SP2
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Create recommended changes to processes at all levels and communicate to stakeholders
Tasks05/01/1408/29/1490%SP2
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Repeat above tasks annually
Tasks90%SP2
70
Create linkages between and among OASD Databases
Action Steps09/02/1306/26/1590%SP1
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Create/Purchase Data Warehouse based upon needs of OASD
Action Steps01/01/1405/30/1475%SP1
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-Implement new Student Information System and tie into Data Warehouse
Action Steps07/01/1310/31/1496%SP1
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Work with DPI in wake of JFC decision on eliminating State SIS to determine options
Tasks07/01/1307/19/13100%
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Contact Infinite Campus and negotiate best price
Tasks07/19/1308/02/13100%
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Work with OASD Director of Food Service on companion food service module
Tasks07/15/1310/31/13100%
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Finalize contract with Infinite Campus
Tasks08/14/1310/31/13100%
77
Obtain board approval for Infinite Campus contract
Tasks08/14/1308/14/13100%
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Create implementation plan for data transition to Infinite Campus
Tasks09/02/1301/01/14100%
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Create PD plan for transition to Infinite Campus for all internal users
Tasks01/01/1405/30/14100%
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Create PD plan for transition to Infinite Campus for all external users
Tasks01/01/1405/30/14100%
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Conduct PD for internal users
Tasks01/01/1409/01/1490%
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Conduct PD for external users
Tasks05/01/1410/31/1490%
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Work with learning team to determine and create data dashboard configuration and elements
Action Steps05/30/1408/29/1450%SP1
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Provide information on how to effectively use the OASD Dashboard
Action Steps12/01/1402/27/150%SP1
85
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps01/01/1405/30/14100%SP1
86
-G2C Develop, sign, and hold the Community Agreement meeting
Goal04/01/1305/22/13100%SP1
87
Set date and reserve convention center
Action Steps04/01/1304/30/13100%SP1
88
Develop a marketing plan
Action Steps04/01/1304/30/13100%SP1
89
Develop logistics and program
Action Steps04/01/1304/30/13100%SP1
90
Write, edit, and finalize brochure
Action Steps04/01/1304/30/13100%SP1
91
Hold Meeting
Action Steps05/22/1305/22/13100%SP1
92
-G2D Re-design BOE work sessions so that the BOE will receive more comprehensive information in order to make data driven decisions.
Goal09/12/1204/01/1584%SP1
93
Board pilots new action meeting format
Action Steps09/12/1202/26/13100%SP1
94
Board evaluated pilot format and established board policy to reflect the new format
Action Steps02/27/1302/27/13100%SP1
95
Administrative team will align resolutions, actions, and reports to the strategic plan goals and communicate as part of board workshops and staff reports
Action Steps06/03/1310/31/13100%SP1
96
2 times per year, the O4E Education Commission will attend School Board Workshop(s) to update and refine as necessary
Action Steps07/01/1306/30/14100%SP1
97
-Board will leverage policy governance training opportunities to increase efficiency and productivity of the board/administrative team
Action Steps05/01/1404/01/1551%SP1
98
Conduct workshop on 5 Levers book with board
Tasks10/15/1410/15/14100%SP2
99
Conduct workshop meeting with administration to highlight needs
Tasks08/01/1409/26/1475%SP2
100
Identify resource to be used to provide professional development for the board
Tasks05/01/1405/30/14100%SP2
101
Conduct book read on the main factors and focus areas that lead to improved student learning
Tasks06/02/1408/29/14100%SP2
102
Conduct PD opportunities for administration, CIA team, and board of education
Tasks07/01/1404/01/1575%SP2
103
Participate in training on policy governance model and create action plan to implement changes
Tasks07/01/1404/01/150%SP2
104
Board will make the OASD Strategic Plan a regular agenda item on their meetings as planned
Action Steps06/02/1406/27/14100%SP1
105
-P3 Communication
PRIORITY05/08/1301/29/1684%
106
-G3A Implement a school messaging system
Goal01/01/1410/31/14100%SP1
107
Implement the new SIS and train all staff on effective use
Action Steps01/03/1409/01/14100%SP1
108
Decide and purchase a school messaging system that ties into the SIS and leverages existing district communications technology
Action Steps05/01/1405/30/14100%SP1
109
PD staff to leverage both the SIS and the messaging system
Action Steps06/02/1409/26/14100%SP1
110
Provide PD opportunities for parents on how to access the messaging system
Action Steps08/01/1410/31/14100%SP1
111
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps01/01/1405/30/14100%SP1
112
-G3B Develop and implement a communication plan that highlights OASD information and accomplishments
Goal05/08/1301/29/1679%SP1
113
Develop a plan on what information will be communicated concerning OASD performance
Action Steps09/02/1301/30/15100%SP1
114
Determine how to package the information on performance, based upon the audience and their needs (bicycle analogy)
Action Steps09/02/1301/30/1590%SP1
115
-Create media kits to provide prospective families with updated OASD information
Action Steps01/01/1401/29/1646%SP2
116
Work with PR firm to identify advantages of attending OASD and answer question "Why Oshkosh?"
Tasks01/01/1405/29/1590%SP2
117
Determine appropriate media to be used and work with firm to create specific artifacts for each area
Tasks05/01/1405/29/1550%SP2
118
Create new enrollment page(s) for the district website and tie into the main menu system under the "Why Oshkosh?" section
Tasks05/01/1405/29/1525%SP2
119
Purchase media artifacts and distribute appropriately
Tasks07/01/1401/30/1590%SP2
120
Determine and set up best avenue to publicize and advertise newly updated artifacts to solicit enrollments
Tasks09/30/1401/29/1610%SP2
121
Meet with realtors to explain artifacts and advantages of the district
Tasks01/01/1506/30/150%SP2
122
-Develop and implement a local access channel production that highlights OASD information and accomplishments
Action Steps05/08/1305/30/14100%SP1
123
Establish a communication team and calendarize quarterly meetings to determine topics
Tasks05/08/1305/30/14100%SP1
124
Create a document for who is presenting and calendarize time to tape segments
Tasks05/08/1305/30/14100%SP1
125
Determine associated costs with production and budget accordingly
Tasks06/01/1306/28/13100%SP1
126
-G3C Develop and implement a coordinated communication system that will leverage social media
Goal06/11/1306/30/1584%SP1
127
Identify and/or hire personnel to lead communications within OASD
Action Steps01/01/1406/30/1575%SP1
128
Develop a consistent message to be shared that links the mission and strategic plan to district initiatives
Action Steps06/11/1301/31/1450%SP1
129
Cabinet maintains a spot on the weekly agenda to update strategic plan elements, determine topics of communication, and assignments
Action Steps07/01/1306/30/15100%SP1
130
Designate who will post the messages on social media, website, newsletters, etc.
Action Steps01/01/1405/30/1475%SP1
131
Create public information materials for all media types
Action Steps01/01/1405/30/1475%SP1
132
Coordinate communication plan with EPCOT
Action Steps01/01/1405/29/1590%SP1
133
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps50%SP1
134
-P4 Equity among schools
PRIORITY01/02/1308/31/1690%
135
-G4A Develop and implement a three-year Technology plan by October 2013. Action steps will address the equality of technology across the district.
Goal06/12/1304/28/1694%SP1
136
Create an internal, representative, District Technology Team to provide input
Action Steps06/12/1306/19/13100%SP1
137
Prepare the new web-based planning template provided by the DPI
Action Steps06/12/1308/20/13100%SP1
138
Review 1:1 implementation policies and procedures with District Staff and Parents
Action Steps09/01/1404/28/1690%SP1
139
-Divide up technology plan sections and assign sections to subgroups of the DTT
Action Steps07/10/1309/27/13100%SP1
140
Create technology teams to jigsaw sections of the plan
Tasks07/10/1307/10/13100%
141
Teams work to begin gathering information for their section
Tasks07/10/1309/13/13100%
142
Teams complete their respective sections of the technology plan
Tasks08/20/1309/27/13100%
143
Determine Operational and Instructional Goals for the OASD Technology Plan
Action Steps08/20/1309/27/13100%SP1
144
Present Goals documented by DTT to Technology Advisory Committee Meeting and Board of Education
Action Steps09/02/1310/30/13100%SP1
145
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps11/01/1301/31/14100%SP1
146
Submit OASD Tech Plan for board approval
Action Steps10/30/1310/30/13100%SP1
147
Obtain DPI approval of technology plan
Action Steps11/01/1312/31/13100%SP1
148
-G4B Establish a standard of practice in facilities and resources for OASD
Goal06/03/1308/31/1692%SP1
149
Work with education committee of the board to define what we mean by equal vs. equitable
Action Steps01/06/1407/01/15100%SP1
150
Develop an ongoing assessment related to equity among schools
Action Steps05/02/1406/30/1590%SP1
151
-Determine the “must haves minimums” for each school
Action Steps06/02/1408/31/1680%SP1
152
Work with vendor to determine the adequacy of facilities for all sites on the South Side
Action Steps06/02/1408/29/14100%SP1
153
Obtain approval for second round of energy efficiency exemptions to address facility needs
Action Steps09/10/1410/31/14100%SP2
154
Conduct energy efficiency upgrades to facilities
Action Steps04/01/1508/31/1675%SP2
155
Conduct school service area survey of Lakeside parents
Action Steps12/02/1312/20/13100%SP1
156
Develop logical alternatives based upon survey, district financial position, and bond issue/TID settlement implications
Action Steps01/01/1406/27/14100%SP1
157
Fulfill statutorily required equity report recommendations after the May 31, 2013 review
Action Steps06/03/1306/03/14100%SP1
158
Review and complete required equity studies to meet PI 9 requirements
Action Steps06/02/1410/31/14100%SP1
159
Determine sustainable revenue source to achieve goal
Action Steps50%SP1
160
-G4C Develop and implement a student At-Risk plan
Goal05/10/1308/31/1576%SP1
161
Assemble an At-Risk task force with a variety of stakeholders
Action Steps05/10/1305/10/13100%SP1
162
Research options for alternate pathways to graduation and identify effective practices that ensure quality outcomes within a written plan
Action Steps05/10/1306/30/15100%SP1
163
Align resources to implement alternate pathway options
Action Steps07/15/1306/30/1550%SP1
164
Communicate plan to all stakeholders so that there is clear understanding of the pathways and options for students
Action Steps11/04/1308/31/1575%SP1
165
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps0%SP1
166
-G4D Develop and implement a Response to Instruction Plan
Goal01/02/1308/29/1499%SP1
167
Develop a team to study research-based practices
Action Steps01/02/1308/09/13100%SP1
168
Create a continuum of support and share with administrators and staff in literacy, mathematics, and behavior
Action Steps01/22/1308/29/13100%SP1
169
Create a common Functional Behavioral Analysis and Behavior Intervention Plan
Action Steps08/14/1309/27/13100%SP1
170
Streamline CARE team process and paperwork to reflect consistent OASD procedure
Action Steps05/15/1308/02/13100%SP1
171
Create a flowchart for RtI including pre -referral process, intensive interventions, and progress monitoring
Action Steps06/03/1308/16/13100%SP1
172
Purchase a progress monitoring system
Action Steps04/02/1308/30/13100%SP1
173
Train administrators and staff on RtI and SLD Rule
Action Steps08/08/1308/29/14100%SP1
174
Train psychologists and PST's on web-based program for progress monitoring
Action Steps08/26/1310/23/13100%SP1
175
Reorganize and/or hire staff to meet RtI mandate
Action Steps07/01/1308/29/14100%SP1
176
Determine sustainable revenue source to achieve goal
Action Steps0%SP1
177
-P5 Team with groups within the community to develop educational experiences
PRIORITY04/01/1306/30/1659%
178
-G5A Expand and strengthen school-community partnerships (business, service organizations, etc.) so that schools and students receive comprehensive support services
Goal07/10/1309/01/1589%SP1
179
Define comprehensive support services
Action Steps07/10/1306/27/1490%SP1
180
Design and implement a structure to welcome and engage agencies to commit to the partnerships
Action Steps08/20/1306/26/1590%SP1
181
Meet with agencies in small groups to establish a relationship to grow upon
Action Steps08/20/1306/26/1590%SP1
182
-Support positive school climate and culture leading to an effective learning environment
Action Steps10/01/1306/27/14100%SP2
183
Conduct analysis of behavior issues at each level (ES/MS/HS)
Tasks10/01/1304/23/14100%SP2
184
Meet with groups of building administrators to gather additional data
Tasks01/01/1403/28/14100%SP2
185
Develop recommendations for improvement
Tasks04/01/1406/27/14100%SP2
186
-Address students with refugee backgrounds
Action Steps09/02/1306/26/1590%SP2
187
Formulate staffing plan to address increased needs in schools receiving refugee students
Tasks03/03/1405/30/1490%SP2
188
Continue professional development for teachers, staff, and community members
Tasks09/02/1306/26/1590%SP2
189
Partner with agencies that support families with refugee background
Tasks09/02/1306/26/1590%SP2
190
-Fully utilize OCIT (Oshkosh Community Intervention Team) for support of K-8 students.
Action Steps05/01/1406/30/1570%SP1
191
Restructuring OCIT and setting up modernized vision and purpose
Tasks05/01/1406/30/1590%SP2
192
Pilot Merrill interagency collaboration for children
Tasks05/05/1406/30/1550%SP2
193
Work with community agencies to implement ALICE (Alert Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate) protocols for emergency preparedness
Action Steps01/01/1509/01/1590%SP2
194
-Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps02/03/1408/29/14100%SP1
195
Apply for elementary school counseling grant
Tasks02/03/1404/24/14100%SP2
196
Apply for positive school climate grant
Tasks05/05/1408/29/14100%SP2
197
-G5B Expand and strengthen school-community partnerships (business, service organizations, etc) so that 21st century skills, soft skills, social skills are mastered by students
Goal05/01/1309/01/1498%SP1
198
Identify and map current grade levels, benchmarks, learning activities and assessments in place that meet the 21st Century Skills, soft skills, and social skills.
Action Steps06/03/1302/28/14100%SP1
199
-Develop a comprehensive K-12 Career and Life Skills map identifying grade levels, benchmarks, learning activities and assessments in place that meet 21st century skills, soft skills, and social skills.
Action Steps05/01/1309/01/1496%SP1
200
Implement career and life skills benchmarks in middle schools and assess benchmarks in the effort grade
Tasks05/01/1309/01/14100%SP1
201
Partner and consult with the Fox Valley SHRM group on career and life skills for the high school level.
Tasks09/03/1305/30/1490%SP1
202
Develop the OASD model for community based learning using Communities at Oshkosh North High School as a model.
Action Steps05/06/1306/27/14100%SP1
203
-G5C Partner with the City, Winnebago County, UW-Oshkosh, and FVTC to strengthen the economic development of the whole community
Goal10/01/1306/30/1641%SP1
204
Identify and gather leaders from a variety of groups that have ability to influence others in their organizations.
Action Steps11/04/1312/05/13100%SP1
205
Identify strengths of each group in order to share in any partnership. We all must have something to share with the others.
Action Steps10/01/1306/30/1575%SP1
206
Identify consistencies between mission of all these groups. These are the areas where possible partnerships can develop.
Action Steps10/01/1306/30/1575%SP1
207
Develop a City-wide plan to address these partnerships.
Action Steps10/01/1306/30/1610%SP1
208
Carry out collaborative plan with others
Action Steps07/01/1506/30/160%SP1
209
-G5D Every student is college, career, and life-long learning ready through partnerships with families, business, community and higher education
Goal05/06/1306/30/1653%SP1
210
Define what college and career ready means for OASD
Action Steps09/03/1309/02/14100%SP1
211
Transition program for SPED students at West patterned after our successful program at North.
Action Steps05/06/1309/01/14100%SP1
212
PTP completion/successful entry and compliance on Indicator 13 web portal
Action Steps05/06/1308/30/13100%SP1
213
Develop “magnet” schools K-12 that engage students, families, business, community, and higher education to develop a personalized learning environment.
Action Steps07/01/1306/30/1525%SP1
214
-Increase Student Achievement in Literacy
Action Steps03/03/1406/26/1581%SP2
215
Work with CIA team to update scope/sequence around literacy instruction as necessary
Tasks03/03/1406/26/15100%SP2
216
Conduct professional development to ensure consistency of delivery
Tasks03/03/1406/26/1590%SP2
217
Conduct professional development for all stakeholders concerning data usage in support of literacy
Tasks05/05/1406/26/1550%SP2
218
Ask BOE for authority to fund a grant writer position
Action Steps07/01/1406/30/160%SP1
219
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps10%SP1
220
-G5E Reverse current trend related to open enrollment by determining factors related to parent choice of school districts other than OASD
Goal09/02/1309/01/1575%SP1
221
Conduct a survey of open enrollment parents to determine input
Action Steps04/01/1407/25/14100%SP2
222
-Continue to develop and expand OASD eAcademy within the OASD Continuum of Learning
Action Steps09/02/1306/30/15100%SP1
223
Each high school department will identify and offer courses in each area of the OASD Learning Continuum--Face to Face, Blended, Online
Tasks09/02/1306/30/15100%SP1
224
Design program options and or instructional delivery systems in response to parental input
Action Steps06/30/1509/01/1550%SP1
225
Track response trends and set goals related to a positive net gain in students related as compared to students exiting the school district.
Action Steps09/02/1309/01/1425%SP1
226
Determine sustainable revenue source to accomplish goal
Action Steps10%SP1
227
-G5F Resolve the Oshkosh Area School District’s South Area Facilities Adequacy/ Attendance Boundary boundaries with a focus on the Lakeside /Green Meadow Schools and adjacent schools’ attendance areas
Goal04/01/1306/30/1677%SP1
228
Assess student populations based on 2013-2014 attendance boundaries
Action Steps09/02/1301/31/14100%SP1
229
Communicate a possible solution to the Lakeside/Green Meadow parents and community
Action Steps04/01/1306/27/14100%SP1
230
Conduct survey of all residents of the Lakeside/Green Meadow attendance areas to consider possible satisfactory facility and attendance boundary outcomes
Action Steps01/01/1406/27/14100%SP1
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Share the results of the Lakeside/Green Meadow attendance areas community survey with the School Board at a Board Work Session
Action Steps06/02/1409/01/14100%SP1
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Authorize a comprehensive updated study of the adequacy, enrollment, capacity, and long-term use of school facilities, including Lakeside/Green Meadow (at Tipler) Elementary School and adjacent school facilities, including Smith Elementary School, Jacob Shapiro Elementary School, Carl Traeger Elementary School, and Jefferson Elementary School
Action Steps06/02/1410/30/1510%SP1
233
-Seek board approval for south attendance facilities renovation and/or school replacement plan, accompanied by redrawn attendance boundaries if needed
Action Steps05/01/1401/30/15100%SP1
234
Work with board to obtain approval for Lakeside addition
Tasks05/01/1406/27/14100%SP2
235
Hire appropriate firm(s) to establish addition specifics and drawings for board consideration
Tasks06/01/1407/31/14100%SP2
236
Obtain board approval for funding Lakeside addition
Tasks05/01/1405/30/14100%SP2
237
Update and redraw boundaries on the southside of the district taking advantage of new space at Lakeside - No need to complete
Tasks10/01/1401/30/15100%SP2
238
Renovate or build school facilities authorized by board approval
Action Steps07/01/1506/30/16100%SP1
239
-G5G Develop a process to identify, design, fund, and establish one or more magnet schools of choice for the Oshkosh Area School District
Goal01/01/1406/27/163%SP1
240
Establish a broad-based task force to explore and determine best fit, highest parent/student interest and affordable models for school of choice in the Oshkosh Area Schools
Action Steps01/01/1406/27/1410%SP1
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The School Board appointed Magnet Schools of the Choice Study Task Force shall research, explore, and visit existing magnet schools of choice, solicit parent, student, and staff interest, and finally, identify a set of selection criteria for best-fit magnet schools to be recommended to the Education Committee of the School Board for final action.
Action Steps07/01/1411/03/140%SP1
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Create a comprehensive Magnet School of Choice evaluation system for the established school choice programs within the Oshkosh Area Schools;
Action Steps09/01/1506/27/160%SP1
243
-Resourcing Strategic Plan Priorities
Resourcing08/22/1304/01/14
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G6A School Board, Facilities and Finance Committee action recommending a contract for services, which includes a Voter Profile Analysis and Community Survey, to determine an appropriate scope and size of a Revenue Cap Referendum Ballot Question
Action Steps08/22/1308/28/13SP1
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G6B School Board formal action approving a contract for services, which includes a Voter Profile Analysis and Community Survey, to determine the appropriate scope and size of a Revenue Cap Referendum Ballot Question
Action Steps08/28/1308/28/13SP1
246
G6C Development of a Community Survey tailored for the Oshkosh Area School District; Gathering and analyzing historical school district election results
Action Steps08/29/1310/01/13SP1
247
G6D Community Survey conducted and analyzed; Voter Profile completed and analyzed
Action Steps10/01/1310/31/13SP1
248
G6E Community Survey results and Voter Profile formally presented to the School Board
Action Steps11/06/1311/06/13SP1
249
G6F School Board Workshop discussion of the size and scope of a proposed Revenue Cap Non-Recurring (Multiple Year) Operating Referendum
Action Steps12/04/1312/04/13SP1
250
G6G School Board Resolution Establishing the Scope and Size of the proposed Revenue Cap Non-Recurring (Multiple Year) Operating Referendum for 4/1/13
Action Steps12/18/1301/03/14SP1
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G6H School District administration prepares and communicates all statutory factual information related to the Revenue Cap Non-Recurring (Multiple Year) Operating Referendum election for 4/1/13
Action Steps12/19/1303/28/14SP1
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G6I Hold the Revenue Cap Non-Recurring (Multiple Year) Operating Referendum election
Action Steps04/01/1404/01/14SP1