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    2017-2018 Goals For The Superintendent Of Schools
     
    GOAL I:
    Increase Academic Growth and Success
    Measurements
     
    1. By July 2018, the percent of all HRCSD students meeting or exceeding Oregon Statewide Assessment in reading will increase to 56% from 53.5% in 2016-17.
    2. By July 2018, the percent of all HRCSD students meeting or exceeding Oregon Statewide Assessment in math will increase to 45% from 43% in 2016-17.
    3. By July 2018 the achievement gap in English/Language Arts between White and Hispanic students will decrease by 10% (to a 32% gap).
    4. By September 2017, the percent of 9th graders earning at least 6.5 credits will increase to 86.5% from 85.3% in 2016-17.
     
     
     
    GOAL II:
    Improve and Maintain the Public Trust
    Measurements
     
    1. By June 2018, the District will earn its 4th consecutive “unmodified opinion” from external auditors.
    2. By February 2018, the two Middle School capital improvement projects will be 90% complete and on or under budget.
     
     
     
    GOAL III:
    Recruit, Support and Retain Excellent Educators
    Measurements 
     
    1. In the 2017-18 school year, general fund resources will be prioritized to support peer-to-peer teacher mentoring/observations, Instructional Rounds, administrative team walk-throughs, and other high leverage, job-embedded professional growth activities.
    2. By August 2018, the number of Spanish-speaking employees will increase from 78 in 2016-17 to 82 to better reflect our student demographics.
    3. In the 2017-18 school year, School Equity Learning Teams will engage in a year long professional development series to support equitable educational practices.
     
     
     
    GOAL IV:
    Positive, Safe, & Inclusive Learning Environments 
    Measurements
     
    1. By July 2018, at least 7 schools will demonstrate school-wide PBIS implementation by achieving at least 70% on the Tiered Fidelity Instrument (TFI).
    2. By July 2018, the percent of students not chronically absent will increase from 85.4% to 87%.
    3. By July 2018, protocols will be refined and practiced for the successful reunification of students with their families in a potential crisis.