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STRONG SCHOOLS, STRONG COMMUNITIES 2.0 - Vision Cards

 
During the 2014 State of the District address, Superintendent Valeria Silva, introduced our next steps for accelerating student achievement through Strong Schools, Strong Communities 2.0.(PDF), a continuation of the groundwork under the first phase of the strategic plan.The second phase of the plan will be a time to refine our focus and dig deeper to accelerate student learning through our three strategic goals of Achievement, Alignment and Sustainability.

 

 Monitoring and Reporting System: Vision Cards

On September 23, 2014 an overview of the VisionCard process and measures for SSSC 2.0 was presented to the Board of Education. This year's card will include new measures to report on our progress in our five focus areas. Click here to view the presentation.

What is in a VisionCard?

VisionCards provide a summary of districtwide indicators of progress on the Strong Schools, Strong Communities (SSSC) strategic plan. They are a key part of an accountability system that keeps us consistently focused on student results and what we will do to improve achievement and equity.

The six VisionCards are aligned to the SSSC goals: Achievement, Alignment and Sustainability. Achievement and Alignment cards show where we are making progress for our students - and where we are not. The Sustainability card confront the business and operational processes that influence those student outcomes, to direct our resources and actions toward improvement.  

Results are scaled on 5 levels:

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School Year 2016-17
 
GOAL 1 - ACHIEVEMENT


Growth and Proficiency
How are our students performing overall?

VisionCard 2016-17
Presentation


Racial Equity
How does race impact student results?

VisionCard
Presentation


Personalized Learning
How are staff using technology to
improve instruction?

VisionCard
Presentation


College and Career Readiness
How are we preparing students to
be successful in college and their careers?

VisionCard
Presentation
GOAL 2 - ALIGNMENT


Programs and Pathways
How are we providing pathways to
provide students with a consistent education?

VisionCard    
              
Presentation

GOAL 3 - SUSTAINABILITY


Systems
How are we maximizing our capacity to
support students?

VisionCard             
Presentation
 
 
 
School Year 2015-16
 
GOAL 1 - ACHIEVEMENT


Growth and Proficiency
How are our students performing overall?

VisionCard 2015-16
Presentation 2015-16


Racial Equity
How does race impact student results?

VisionCard
Presentation


Personalized Learning
How are staff using technology to
improve instruction?

VisionCard2015-16
Presentation


College and Career Readiness
How are we preparing students to
be successful in college and their careers?

VisionCard 2015-16
Presentation

GOAL 2 - ALIGNMENT


Programs and Pathways
How are we providing pathways to
provide students with a consistent education?

VisionCard      
2015-16    
 
Presentation

GOAL 3 - SUSTAINABILITY


Systems
How are we maximizing our capacity to
support students?

VisionCard   2015-16  
Presentation
 
 
 
 School Year 2014-15
 
GOAL 1 - ACHIEVEMENT


Growth and Proficiency
How are our students performing overall?

VisionCard 2014-15
Presentation 2014-15


Racial Equity
How does race impact student results?

VisionCard 2014-15
Presentation 2014-15


Personalized Learning
How are staff using technology to
improve instruction?

VisionCard 2014-15
Presentation 2014-15


College and Career Readiness
How are we preparing students to
be successful in college and their careers?

VisionCard 2014-15
Presentation 2014-15

GOAL 2 - ALIGNMENT


Programs and Pathways
How are we providing pathways to
provide students with a consistent education?

VisionCard     2014-15  
Presentation 2014-15

GOAL 3 - SUSTAINABILITY


Systems
How are we maximizing our capacity to
support students?

VisionCard 2014-15
Presentation 2014-15
 
  • Districtwide Action Teams were a critical part of the implementation of the SSSC plan and the most direct way SPPS family and community members could be involved at the district level.

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