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9-26-11

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Trust Committee Agenda

September, 26, 2011

12:30 – 3:30 Madrone Rm.

Increase achievement for all students and close the achievement gap

 

 

Norms

  • Attend, be on time and take breaks as appropriate.

  • Listen actively and use paraphrasing.

  • Speak honestly and respectfully.

  • Make sure all voices are heard.

  • Maintain perspective and sense of humor.

  • Each person is responsible for the success of the meeting.

  • Work toward the future and learn from the past.

  • Keep focus on teaching and learning, what’s best for all students.

 

Facilitator: Ron Everett Recorder: Rusty Simms

Attendees: Lori Deen, Steve Bolman, Linda Scheele, Tom Griffin, Maureen Rudder, Karen Tamborski, Shelley Kincaid, Rusty Simms, Kim Sharp

 

Agenda Topic

Facilitator

Time

Process

Outcome

 

Welcome, introductions and agenda review

Ron

10 min

 

Agreement on Norms and Agenda

K-12 Educational Technology Committee Report

Jane

15 min

Information

Introduce discussion re. technology and on-line learning

Technology & on-line learning as a focus for the year

All

40 min.

Discussion

Make future plans

Communication issues

All

30 min

Group discussion

Check-in on communication progress across District. Determine future steps

Shared Decision-Making Update

Ron & Lori

10 min.

Report

Continue developing clarity on progress of SDM

Teacher Evaluation Collaborative

Ron, Lori, Linda & Kim

15 min.

Report out

Share out from the first meeting.

Meeting Evaluation & next steps

Ron

5 min

Delta Chart

Analysis of meeting

 

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