|School Plan Contacts and Stakeholders
*Identify school and district level contacts for the ASP.
|ASP Team & Meetings
*Principal, school leadership team, and district support representatives work collaboratively on the comprehensive needs assessment, root cause analysis, intervention strategy, SMART goals and progress monitoring with input from the Comprehensive Support Networks (for CSN-supported schools), and multiple family and community members.
*All meetings have agendas and minutes on file and uploaded into the ASPS.
*Throughout the current school year, the school leadership team has met regularly to discuss the Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) and Annual School Plan (ASP). (For example, during Comprehensive Support Network (CSN) cycle reviews, faculty meetings and data team meetings when the ASP is discussed).
|Annual School Plan Comprehensive Needs Assessment
|Evaluation of Prior Year Interventions and Data Analysis
*The Data Analysis section is a critical component of your Needs Assessment. The data provided shows measurable outcomes for each given data source and specifically shows initial observations, emerging questions and trends.
*There are identified strengths, challenges, and impact of services provided.
*The effectiveness of the service is identified. The information is specific and includes multiple measurable outcomes.
*The Measurable Outcomes (quantitative data that supports continuation or discontinuation, and rationale for either) and Evidence Upload (e.g., data snapshots, assessment platforms snapshots, spreadsheets, standards-based reports, etc.) for Prior Year Interventions are linked to the documentation of effectiveness. (e.g., student performance on common assessments, cycle grades, attendance).
|Process Questions and Growth and Reflection Tool
*Process Questions regarding the Comprehensive Needs Assessment are complete.
*The Overall Strengths and Areas of Focus summaries are supported by data, observations and School/District/CSN assessments.
*For CSN-supported schools, the CSN ratings are in agreement under all indicators of the Growth and Reflection Tool.
*The data listed specifically measures each indicator in the Growth and Reflection Tool.
|Priority Performance Needs and Root Cause Analysis
*Identify Priority Performance Needs that clearly reference data sources, possible Root Causes, and Evidence-Based Strategies to address challenges.
*Strategies to address challenges are directly linked to the Priority Performance Need and Possible Root Cause(s).
|Annual School Plan Development and Certification
*Each goal is SMART ‐ specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timebound.
*SMART Goals must align with the outcomes of the Comprehensive Needs Assessment and clearly address the priority performance needs and root causes that impact the targeted subgroup(s).
*Interim goals are SMART and demonstrate progress toward goal attainment.
*Action steps follow a logical and chronological progression to implement SMART and interim goals. Action steps are specific and measurable, embedding accountability and data generation into the project plan.
*Deadlines are appropriate, ambitious, and achievable.
*Staff member(s) assigned to the step(s) can be held accountable for implementing the action step(s).
*All funding amounts are targeted appropriately and align with evidence-based research.
*The funding source follows budgetary guidelines.
|Ensure the Budget Items are included in the SMART Goal pages and this page will auto populate. Funding is aligned with Title I/Title I SIA application as applicable.
|School Principal, District Business Administrator/District Federal Program Administrator and Chief School Administrator must check all required boxes and include name and title to finalize certification/approval. Where applicable, the CSN Representative will approve the plan, inserting name and any required comments.