IL Performance Standards for School Leaders

2016-2017

Work with students during difficult situations (academic, behavioral, and social emotional) and treat with respect & dignity (6a)

PBIS Tier II Team Administrator (6a, 6b, 6c)

Implement a student focused discipline system (6b)

Build on student strengths to develop confidence in bolstering areas for growth (i.e., informal and formal relationships of support, such as check-ins) (6c)

Build on teacher strengths to develop confidence in bolstering areas for growth (i.e., pop-ins result in immediate feedback open for collegial discussion) (6c)

2015-16

Implement a student focused discipline system (6b)

Work with students during difficult situations (academic, behavioral, and social emotional) and treat with respect & dignity (6a)

Build on student strengths to develop confidence in bolstering areas for growth (i.e., informal and formal relationships of support, such as check-ins) (6c)

Build on teacher strengths to develop confidence in bolstering areas for growth (i.e., pop-ins result in immediate feedback open for collegial discussion) (6c)

2014-15

MC’d our all-school St. Balderick’s celebration (6c)

Working to align our building discipline system with best practice (6b)

Work with students during difficult situations (academic, behavioral, and social emotional) and treat with respect & dignity (6a)

Build on student strengths to develop confidence in bolstering areas for growth (i.e., informal and formal relationships of support, such as check-ins) (6c)

Build on teacher strengths to develop confidence in bolstering areas for growth (i.e., pop-ins result in immediate feedback open for collegial discussion) (6c)

2013-14

Implement MAP goal setting

Utilize ECRA data during regular RtI meetings

Student led conferences

PBIS Universal Expectations continuously reinforced with student buy-in

All classrooms model behavioral expectations via these qr codes

All classrooms model behavioral expectations via these QR codes

SPED Team is cohesive unit within the building, regularly supporting staff with academic and SEL targets

Assimilate components of the whole child into the learning experience (example excerpts from my webpage below…)

 

Poem in your Pocket

Poetry month concluded with a great initiative by Mrs. Rolfes! Students were asked to copy or create a poem, and have it on them during the specified day. Support staff such as myself then were armed with raffle tickets, and randomly asked students if they had poems in their pockets. If they did, and read them, they earned a raffle ticket. Raffle tickets were then turned into Mrs. Rolfes, and a drawing was held for highly sought after prizes! Here are two students whose poem they shared with me was a “Thrift Shop” parody. Awesome!

Thrift Shop poem

Despite the raffle being drawn and over with, I had dozens of students for days afterwards approaching me to read their poems. Great job inspiring creativity and pride in our kids, Mann staff!

 

ACES (All Children Exercising Simultaneously)

One of many of Ms. Garcia’s annual all-school hits, ACES was a good time had by all. Thank you, Ms. Garcia! Here are a few snapshots of her organization and hard work to get 514 kids and 62 staff members exercising (dancing) simultaneously..

ACES

 

Earth Day

Mann School 4th and 2nd graders have been working on water conservation projects. They partnered with Whole Foods to design bags, and on Earth Day customers received these bags as part of their shopping experience.  Way to go!

Whole Foods

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