• Superintendent's and District's Goals

     

    Dr.  David E. Baugh, Superintendent

    2016-2017 Goals

    The Centennial School District Board of School Directors has completed its annual evaluation of the Superintendent, David E. Baugh, Ed.D., as required by school code. The Superintendent has received a satisfactory rating of 4.9/5.0, indicating that he has satisfactorily met his goals and expectations for the 2015-2016 school year. 

    Imperative Goal #1: To build a culture of high expectations

    District Goal: Operationalize a well-designed distributed leadership model to allocate end-to-end responsibility for improving teaching and learning by end of 2016/2017 school year.

    Imperative Goal #2: To improve the academic achievement of literacy of all students at all schools to close the achievement gap

    District Goal: Increase the magnitude of proficient/advanced students in literacy.

    Imperative Goal #3: To improve the academic achievement of mathematics of all students at all schools to close the achievement gap through the development of a more rigorous and aligned mathematics program

    District Goal: Increase the magnitude of proficient/advanced students in mathematics K-12 in 2016/2017

    Imperative Goal #4: To improve the academic achievement of all students in all schools at risk of not increasing academic proficiency

    District Goal: Implement a well-designed Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) model to allocate end-to-end responsibility for decreasing special education referrals and increasing access to Core Curriculum for all students at risk of failing to grow by end of 2016/2017 school year

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    Dr. Jennifer Polinchock, Assistant Superintendent

    2016-2017 Goals

    The Centennial School District Board of School Directors has completed its annual evaluation of the Assistant Superintendent, Jennifer A. Polinchock, Ed.D., as required by school code. The Assistant Superintendent has received a satisfactory rating of 4.9/5.0, indicating that she has satisfactorily met her goals and expectations for the 2015-2016 school year.

    Imperative Goal #1: To support building a culture of high expectations

    District Goal: Operationalize a well-designed distributed leadership model to allocate end-to-end responsibility for improving teaching and learning by end of 2016/2017 school year.

    Imperative Goal #2: To support improving the academic achievement of literacy of all students at all schools to close the achievement gap

    District Goal: Increase the magnitude of proficient/advanced students in literacy.

    Imperative Goal #3: To support improving the academic achievement of mathematics of all students at all schools to close the achievement gap through the development of a more rigorous and aligned mathematics program

    District Goal: Increase the magnitude of proficient/advanced students in mathematics K-12 in 2016/2017

    Imperative Goal #4: To support improving the academic achievement of all students in all schools at risk of not increasing academic proficiency

    District Goal: Implement a well-designed Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) model to allocate end-to-end responsibility for decreasing special education referrals and increasing access to Core Curriculum for all students at risk of failing to grow by end of 2016/2017 school year

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