CPISD Strategic Plan

Adopted in 2003

ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT

 

 

GOAL: To require 100% of students to take the most accelerated academic path indicated by their Personal Learning Plan/Individual Educational Plan by 2004.

 

STRATEGY: We will develop and monitor for each student a Personal Learning Plan or Individual Education Plan. We will direct each student towards the most accelerated academic plan devised for them. This will allow them to reach their highest intellectual potential.

 

STRATEGIES

PERSONS

RESPONSIBLE

 

MATERIALS/

RESOURCES

 

TIMELINES

SUMMATIVE EVALUATIONS

 

Construct a Personal Learning Plan Model

Committee of administrators, teachers, counselors and parents

None

May 30, 2003

Model approved and implemented        

Develop and administer an interest survey to all students in middle and high school

Principals and counselors

Survey

Campus budget

 

2003-2004 school year

Survey administered, scored and reviewed

Increase student exposure to career opportunities

Principals and counselors

Grants

Campus budget

Volunteers

 

2003-2004 school year

Student attendance and participation at various events

Provide diverse cultural awareness opportunities

Superintendent and principals

District and campus budgets

2003-2004 school year

Student participation in activities

Increased cultural tolerance

 

Enhance curriculum to provide certification in technical fields, which may  include building trades, auto mechanics, child development, computers and nursing

Superintendent and principals

Local budgets

2007-2008 school year

Obtained certifications

 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

 

GOAL: 100% of students will graduate in an appropriate high school curriculum or achievement program.

 

STRATEGY:  Teach TEKS and test-taking strategies that will ensure program mastery of TAKS, SAT, ACT, PSAT, AP and other standardized assessments

 

GOAL:  By the end of the 2004-2005 school year students will be better prepared for the next level in their educations or lives as measured by a 10% yearly increase in one or more of the following:

a.       Standardized test scores (TAKS, SAT, etc.)

b.      Number of students with scholarships awarded

c.       Number of students pursuing post secondary educations

d.      Number of students pursuing higher school curriculums

e.       External awards

f.        Amount of scholarship/grant monies

g.       Number of college credits at graduation

 

STRATEGY:  Increase classroom opportunities for higher level education

 

STRATEGIES

 

PERSONS

RESPONSIBLE

MATERIALS/

RESOURCES

TIMELINES

SUMMATIVE EVALUATIONS

Provide ACT/SAT/PSAT preparation classes

 

Principal and counselor

Teacher

Prep materials

Cost of online course

2004-2005 school year

35% of all juniors/seniors will participate in the classes

Increase mastery of all TAKS and other tests through emphasis on reading at grade level

 

Principal and teachers

Cost of tests

September and May of each year

Student test scores

Advanced Placement teacher training

 

Principal

Teachers

AP grants

Annually

All AP teachers trained

Institute a school maintained electronic career portfolio

 

 

Principal

Counselors

Teachers

State Comp funds

CATE funds

Grant

2004-2005 school year

100% of students have portfolios

Bring people in the core content areas and vocational fields into the classrooms for career awareness days

 

Principal

Counselors

Teachers

Lunch for volunteers

 

2003-2004 school year

Augment career portfolios

Provide staff development for all teachers dealing with graduation programs, career opportunities, and scholarship and college information by subject

 

Principal

Budgeted staff development monies

2003-2004 school year

100% participation in staff development opportunities

Promote enrollment of students taking internet and dual credit courses

 

Principal

Counselor

Teachers

 

Textbooks

2003-2004 school year

At least 30% of seniors and 10% of juniors will be enrolled in internet/dual credit classes

Encourage higher education for teachers to better equip them for a more challenging curriculum

Superintendent

Increase stipend for higher degrees

Teacher scholarships

2004-2005 school year

Record of degrees earned

Use of district website for students to display work, access assignments, receive scholarship, college and career information and information about school activities

Superintendent

Principals

Webmaster

Teachers

None

2003-2004 school year

Hits on website and computer use logs

FACILITIES

GOAL: By the end of the 2003-2004 school year, 100% of the CPISD facilities will be maintained at the highest level for safety and appearance in order to provide an environment that supports student achievement.

 

 STRATEGY: We will put in place a long and short range facility plan that will assure that no conditions exist that may endanger students or staff.

 

STRATEGY: We will seek input from all stakeholders to develop a plan to provide a professional, clean, and inviting environment for students, staff, and community.

  

STRATEGIES

 

PERSONS

RESPONSIBLE

MATERIALS/

RESOURCES

TIMELINES

SUMMATIVE EVALUATIONS

Aggressively pursue all grant opportunities

 

Superintendent

Grant Writer

None

Beginning September 2003

Grant received

Locker-less schools

 

Principal

Textbooks

August 2003

Lockers removed

 

Improved parking conditions for students and staff

 

Superintendent

Maintenance Director

Local monies

August 2004

Additional and improved parking spaces

Lights for baseball and softball fields

 

Superintendent

Grant monies

May 2004

Lights installed

Rebuild press box

 

 

 

Superintendent

Maintenance Director

Building Trades Teacher

Local monies

May 2004

New press box for 2003 football season

Rebuild/repair visitors stands

 

 

Maintenance Director

Building Trades Instructor

Local monies

May 2004

Rebuilt stands

Create and distribute a “Facility Safety and Appearance Survey” to all staff members Principals Survey September 2003 Completion of survey

Prioritize and address all issues identified by survey

Maintenance Director

Local monies

May 2004

Checklist complete

Develop and implement a campus beautification, recycling and litter control plan

All employees

Local monies

January 2004

Plan completed and implemented

Create a maintenance advisory committee

Superintendent

Principals

Maintenance Director

 

None

May 2004

Maintenance schedule

Physical appearance of campuses

Implement landscaping program

Maintenance Director

Groundskeeper

Horticulture Teacher

 

Local monies

Grants

May 2004

Addition of trees, shrubs, flower beds, etc. and upkeep

Create and follow a schedule for re-painting facilities Maintenance Director Local monies June 2003 Schedule in place
Seek opportunities to acquire adjoining properties Superintendent Local monies Ongoing Acquisition of property

Provide teacher lounges, restrooms, and work areas on all campuses

Principals

Maintenance Director

 

Local monies

Grants

 

May 2004

Lounges, restrooms and work areas in place

rovide heaters for Middle School student restrooms

Superintendent

Maintenance Director

 

Local monies

May 2004

Heaters in place

eparate the maintenance, transportation, and janitorial departments

Superintendent

Maintenance Director

Transportation Director

 

Local monies

May 2004

Separate staff

   SCHOOL PRIDE

 

GOAL: To have 90% of students contributing to a school program/activity by 2004.

 

STRATEGY: We will develop a system to keep track of all students, identify the school program in which they participate, and develop incentives for the students not participating.

 

GOAL: To have 100% of staff actively contributing to a school program/activity by 2004.

 

STRATEGY: We will develop a system to keep track of staff and identify the school programs they participate in, to ensure every teacher is involved.

  

STRATEGIES

 

PERSONS

RESPONSIBLE

MATERIALS/

RESOURCES

TIMELINES

SUMMATIVE EVALUATIONS

Clubs- UIL, academics and special interests

 

 

 

Principal

Teachers for sponsors

None

September 2004

90% participation in UIL events

Increased student self-esteem

Recognition of awards by campus

 

 

 

 

 

Principals

Trophies

Certificates

Medals

Ribbons

Other awards

Local monies

May 2004

Increased pride

Increased self-esteem

PALS

Future Teachers Club

 

 

Principal

Sponsor

None

September 2004

Tutoring for students

Increased awareness of teaching profession

Marquee/Sign

 

 

 

Superintendent

Principals

Donations/sponsors

Local monies

 

May 2005

Sign in place

Increased community/parent communication

 

Report school events to newspaper and radio

 

 

Campus designated people

District designated person

None

September 2003

Increased community/parental communication

P.A.T. District-wide

 

 

Principals

P.A.T. officers

None

September 2004

Increased parental involvement

 

All staff and students learn school song

 

Music teacher

Teachers

None

September 2004

Increased school pride

History Club- Junior Center Point Historical Society

 

Sponsor

Historical Society President

None

September 2004

Increased awareness of Center Pont history

School Pride Days-Friday wear T-shirts or school colors

 

Staff members

School T-shirts

 

2004-2005 school year

Increased school pride and spirit

Morning announcements including student participation

 

Principals

None

September 2003

Increased student involvement

System to track student participation

Principals

Teachers

None

September 2004

90% of students involved in activities, K-12

 

System to track faculty participation

 

Principals

None

September 2004

100% staff involved in activities, K-12

 BUDGET

  

GOAL: No later than 2005 have optimum fund balance three times monthly expenditures.

 

STRATEGY: We will continue to monitor needs versus wants to eliminate overspending.

 

GOAL: To have obtained $25,000.00 in grant/alternate funding by 2005.

 

STRATEGY: We will hire a grant writer to actively seek funding.

 

  

STRATEGIES

 

PERSONS

RESPONSIBLE

MATERIALS/

RESOURCES

TIMELINES

SUMMATIVE EVALUATIONS

Establish a committee of campus staff members to provide input into the budget process.

 

Principal

Campus Site Base Decision Making Committee

List of budget items needed

Budget print-outs

Spring of each year during budget development

All lists compiled and considered for budget

Establish Grant Writing Committee

 

Superintendent

Principals

Lists of available grants

September of each year

End of year grant reports to district staff

Input into grants being sought; communicate with surrounding districts that have successful grant writing programs

 

Grant Writing Committee

None

Begin in September of each year

End of year grant reports to district staff

Research grant sources and alternative forms of funding-prioritize needs

 

Grant Writing Committee

None

Quarterly

Written summary of application made and results

Post grant results on website, post office, Mini-Mart, quarterly publications

 

Grant Committee

Copy of results for postings

 

Quarterly as grants are received

Increased communication with parents and community.

 STAFF MORALE

 

GOAL: By 2003-2004, achieve a district-wide turnover rate of 10% or less.

 

STRATEGY: We will obtain more funding to increase all salaries to a competitive level and to lower the district-wide student to teacher ration to 17:1.

 

STRATEGIES

 

PERSONS

RESPONSIBLE

MATERIALS/

RESOURCES

TIMELINES

SUMMATIVE EVALUATIONS

All staff will be given a paid holiday for their birthday

 

Superintendent

Principal

Substitute, Instructional Aides to cover classes

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Staff receives a nice food item for end of 1st semester (ex. ham, turkey, brisket)

 

Superintendent

Principal

Local monies

90 food items

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Give a $100.00 perfect attendance incentive for each semester

 

Superintendent

Business Manager

Local monies

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Handwritten, observant, detailed-orientated positive note to all staff at least once a year from principal

 

Principal

Note cards

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Principal will cover each teachers class for 30 minutes one time during the school year to give added break to teacher

 

Principal

None

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Beginning of year social to meet new staff and visit with returning staff

 

Superintendent

Principal

Food and drinks

Beginning of each year beginning in 2003-2004

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Provide structured mentoring program for new staff members

 

Principal

None

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Increase salaries

Superintendent

Business Manager

Local monies

State Compensatory monies

Federal monies

 

2003-2004 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Hire more teachers to reduce class size

 

Superintendent

Principal

Local monies

State Compensatory monies

Federal monies

 

2004-2005 school year

Increased staff morale

Lower turnover rate

Center Point ISD

 Strategic Plan

 May 2003

 

Strategic Planning Committees

 

Steering Committee Action Committee 
Academic Achievement  Academic Achievement
Edwin Stearns Scott Turner Paul Volpe
Nancy Erickson Susie McCalla Sarah Lopez
Carol Diltz Cathy Lipka Diane Cushman

 

Academic Environment  Academic Environment 
Donnie Finn John McCalla
Brenda Albrecht  Sandra Joiner
Paul Bloom Kathi Jones

                                                                                                                                                                           

Facilities  

Facilities

Lee Ann Ray

Greg Williams

Bob Smith 

Frank Thomason Brenda Turner Steve Schreckenback
Jonathan Park    

                        

School Pride

School Pride

Rachel Wardlaw

Cheryl Gerken 

Linda Stegall  

Dolly Coldwell

Joni Wiseman

Flo Pinder

                                                                                                         

Budget Budget 
Janice Erwin Jack Gatti Linda Perrin
Mike Butler Ray Avant Mike Lipka

                                                                                                                   

Staff Morale

Staff Morale

Vester Joiner

Deanna Stanley

Lisa Avant

April Patrick  

Dana Stumpf 

 Raydean Borchers 

Betty Wardlaw Susan Montague  

                                                                                                

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