IL Performance Standards for School Leaders

2020-21

On a routine basis, review MTSS meeting minutes from each school and provide key feedback to improve site-based processes (5a, 5b)

Provide (on a quarterly basis) a detailed report with an objective analysis of specific school-based practices that demonstrate the success of programs and/or methodologies (5a, 5b, 5c)

Work collaboratively with all stakeholders to ensure that the system of support and intervention is consistent, understood and documented to ensure that appropriate instructional and programmatic decisions are made (5a, 5c)

Collaborate with administration to assess student placement needs, analyze student achievement data to identify trends, instructional needs, and appropriate intervention design, and set data-driven, instructional goals (5b)

With a deliberate focus on evaluation and implementation of Core Instruction (Tier 1), use data to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of systems of support at all Tiers and across grade levels (5c)

2019-20

On a routine basis, review MTSS meeting minutes from each school and provide key feedback to improve site-based processes (5a, 5b)

Provide (on a quarterly basis) a detailed report with an objective analysis of specific school-based practices that demonstrate the success of programs and/or methodologies (5a, 5b, 5c)

Work collaboratively with all stakeholders to ensure that the system of support and intervention is consistent, understood and documented to ensure that appropriate instructional and programmatic decisions are made (5a, 5c)

Collaborate with administration to assess student placement needs, analyze student achievement data to identify trends, instructional needs, and appropriate intervention design, and set data-driven, instructional goals (5b)

With a deliberate focus on evaluation and implementation of Core Instruction (Tier 1), use data to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of systems of support at all Tiers and across grade levels (5c)

2018-19

Member of Alignment Collaborative for Education, engaging in community partnerships and awareness/training of ACES and Trauma Informed Care (5a, 5b, 5c)

2017-18

Respect staff, time, and concerns with immediate action to requests & needs (5a)

Case Manager for students with 504 plans (5b)

Have access to private information and protect confidential records (5b)

Supported fundraising efforts by being taped to the wall (5b)

Openly share my reflections and thoughts on various educational topics via blog (5c)

2016-17

Respect staff, time, and concerns with immediate action to requests & needs (5a)

Case Manager for students with 504 plans (5b)

Have access to private information and protect confidential records (5b)

Run Gamers’ Club afterschool program for students (5b, 5c)

Presented “Student Behavior: Defining Disrespect & Proactively Addressing It” at the annual Raising Student Achievement Conference (RSAC) (5c)

Openly share my reflections and thoughts on various educational topics via blog (5c)

2015-16

Respect staff, time, and concerns with immediate action to requests & needs (5a)

Case Manager for students with 504 plans (5b)

Have access to private information and protect confidential records (5b)

Began and run a “Gamers’ Club” afterschool program for students (5b,c)

Presented at the Kendall County ROE Truancy Summit (5c)

Openly share my reflections and thoughts on various educational topics via blog (5c)

2014-15

Participated in Administrative Academy “Successful Leadership Approaches to Serving a Diverse Academic Community” (5c)

Case Manager for students with 504 plans (5b)

Respect staff, time, and concerns with immediate action to requests & needs (5a)

Have access to private information and protect confidential records (5b)

Openly share my reflections and thoughts on various educational topics via blog (5c)

2013-14

Green Committee (of staff and parents) initiated a composting program, and also a school garden with rain barrels

garden

PTO built an outdoor classroom, and implements Art in the classroom with an Art Appreciation program

outdoor classroom

rain barrel art appr

Parents sit on PBIS Team, and also are a part of giving school tours

school tour

Partnered with outside resource to supply under served students with at home iPads and internet service

Began Girls on the Run

I model and engage in many ways. One way is offering experiences (an example below…)

You’ve been served!

I served lunch to 17 of our students as another OctoberFest experience won. Here are some snapshots of the time we spent together.

Lunch table served 1 served 2 served 3

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