• Teaching for Learning
     
    Canisteo-Greenwood Central School District
     
     

    Strategic Plan

    2014-2019

    VISION

    Success for All Students

    MISSION

    Teaching for Learning for All Students at Optimum Levels

    CORE VALUES

    Learning

    Technological Advancement

    Innovation

    Results and Accountability

    Enrichment

    Skill Mastery

    Resourcefulness

    Teamwork

    Community

    Tolerance of Differences

    GOALS

    Improvement of student achievement in the areas of graduation rate, mastery performance, and equity for disadvantaged students.

     

    Enhance community relations through more effective communication,
    the reporting of and accountability for results, and
    involvement in school activities.
     

    Promote technology with the goal to ensure access for all students and the integration of technology with instruction to prepare students for the world of work.
     

    Support our human resources through fair contracts, a positive work environment, high expectations, recruitment and training for excellence, and by expanding our volunteer resources.

     

    Ensure the integrity of our district finances by offering the best services within our means, seeking alternative funding sources, and
    developing a long range (3-5 year) financial plan.

    DETAILS

    Improvement of student achievement in the areas of graduation rate, mastery performance, and equity for disadvantaged students

    By June 2019 students in grades 3 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3 ELA Assessment by 28%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 3 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3 Math Assessment by 23%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 4 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 4 ELA Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 4 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 4 Math Assessment by 29%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 5 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 5 ELA Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 5 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 5 Math Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 6 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3-8 ELA Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 6 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3-8 Math Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 7 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3-8 ELA Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 7 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3-8 Math Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 8 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3-8 ELA Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades 8 will increase performance at levels 3 and 4 as measured by the NYS 3-8 Math Assessment by 25%.

     By June 2019 students in grades k-4 will the number of student at or above grade level as measured by the Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Reading Assessment and DIBELS Assessment by 32%.

     By June 2019 the CG High School Graduation rate will maintain a graduation rate of 90% or better.

     By June 2019 the CG high school will increase the mastery rate for the following courses by the following percents:

    o Algebra- 2014 Passing 87.4%

    o Algebra 2019 Mastery Goal: increase by 9%

    o English 2014 Passing 85.2%

    o English 2019 Mastery Goal: increase by 25%

    o Global History 2014 Passing 68.5%

    o Global History 2019 Mastery Goal: increase by10%

    o US History 2014 Passing 77.3%

    o Living Environment 2014 Passing 89.9%

    o Living Environment 2019 Mastery Goal: increase by 8%

    Enhance community relations through more effective communication, the reporting of and accountability for results, and involvement in school activities

    The district will improve community relations through continuation of school newsletters and the creation of a district calendar to be mailed to every tax payer residing in the district.

     By June 2016 the district will create a multiyear facilities plan that addresses the districts buildings and grounds. This plan shall include maintenance/construction needs as well as usage of the district’s facilities.

     By June 2016, the district will begin to include in its district communications data relating to student academic performance, athletic performance, and participation in student activity organizations.

     By June 2016, the district will improve community relations by continuing focus group conversations to increase community involvement in the district.

    Promote technology with the goal to ensure access for all students and the integration of technology with instruction to prepare students for the world of work

    By June 2015, the Middle School students (grades 5-7) will utilize a computer/tablet for their daily instruction through a 1:1 deployment model.

     By June 2018, all PK-12 students will utilize a computer/tablet for their daily instruction through a 1:1 deployment model.

    Support our human resources through fair contracts, a positive work environment, high expectations, recruitment and training for excellence, and by expanding our volunteer resources

    The district will work to improve the climate and culture among stakeholders by maintaining open and honest communication, being visible/available to support faculty/staff, through collaborative working relationships with faculty/staff, and through accountability with fair, honest, timely and thorough evaluations.

     The district will encourage parent volunteers, especially at the elementary level, and grow the involvement of the PTO and the ES/MS levels.

    Ensure the integrity of our district finances by offering the best services within our means, seeking alternative funding sources, and developing a long range (3-5 year) financial plan

    By January 2016 the district will create a 3-5 year finance plan that includes needs in the area of academics, transportation, technology, and facilities.

     The district will continue to seek alternate funding sources where possible such as with the CVSEF, the 21st Century Grant, STLE I and STLE II grants, etc.

     The District will continue to collaborate with BOCES and surrounding districts to maintain and increase shared services where possible. Areas to look at include district level positions, special education services, and possible AP/ACE.

     Continue to remain fiscally responsible by maintaining efficiencies within the district.