LA 2017 Agenda


 

California Emerging Technology Fund

School2Home Leadership Academy

Tuesday-Thursday, February 7-9, 2017

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

222 N. Vineyard Avenue, Ontario, California

 

 

Purpose of Leadership Academy

Ø  Encourage continued executive school leadership to close the Achievement Gap and Digital Divide.

Ø  Share experiences and identify best practices for School Leadership Teams to improve effectiveness.

Ø  Delineate an Action Plan to increase the implementation impact of School2Home (5 Key Actions).

 

 

WORKING AGENDA

 

 

Optional Day:  Tuesday, February 7, 2017 (Spotlight on the Inland Empire)

 

12:00

A.

Meet at Hotel for Shuttle to School Visit

School Leaders

1:00

B.

Site Visit and Discussion at Curtis Middle School,

San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD)

Marlene Bicondova, Principal

Susan Keidel, Vice Principal

Honorable Delaine Eastin

 

6:00

 

7:00– 9:00

C.

Networking Reception and Dinner Conversation

School2Home Progress in the Inland Empire

·  What are your biggest accomplishments and what caused the successes?

·  What are your biggest implementation challenges and how are you addressing them?

·  What are the lessons learned for other districts?

 

Principals, Administrators,

Board of Education Members,

Riverside Unified School District

SBCUSD

Barbara Richardson

 

Observations and Comments:

Honorable Delaine Eastin

 

Day One:  Wednesday, February 8, 2017

 

8:30

 

 

Registration and Coffee

Photos of School Leadership Teams

 

School Leaders

 

 

MOUSE Squad Maker Space

Tracy Borchers

9:30

I.

Welcome and Overview of School2Home

Roll Call of School Leadership Teams

What is your individual most-important accomplishment during this school year? (1 sentence)

 

Sunne Wright McPeak

President and CEO, CETF

 

School Leadership Teams

10:00

II.

 

Keynote Address:  The Imperative for Leadership to Achieve Academic Excellence for All Students

Introduction by Anu Natarajan

Question for Principals to Respond: 

·  What is your major “take away” from the keynote address to incorporate into your responsibility to lead implementation of School2Home? (1 sentence)

 

Honorable Delaine Eastin

Former California Superintendent of Public Instruction

 

Respondents:  Principals

Lynn McCown, Central

LaRoyce Murphy, Crozier

Sergio Nesterov, Robertson

Marlene Bicondova, Curtis

Debra Sciarrino, Columbus

Imee Almazan, Fischer

Nicole Reyherme, Winters High

Dina Conte, Rivera

James Parrish, Franklin

Dianne Lakatta, Roosevelt

Freddie Ortiz, San Fernando

Berenice Rios, Arrowview

Benjamin Turner, Pollicita

Michelle Cleveland, Serrano

Rowel Salvador, Muir

Michelle Blanton, Leataata Floyd

Javier Pena, SFIAM

 

11:30

III.

Leadership Commitments for School2Home

Leaders will meet in mixed small groups to share personal “lessons and leadership commitments” as input to their School Leadership Team (record on post-it and online).

 

School Leaders

12:15

IV.

Luncheon Keynote: 

Using Data and Accountability to Drive Change and Achieve Academic Excellence

Introduction by John Cradler

 

Geoff Belleau

California Department of Education

Office of Director, Division of

Education Data Management

 

 

Maker Space:  MOUSE Squad Training Demos

 

Tracy Borchers

 

1:15

V.

Overview and Summary of School2Home Evaluation

Ruthmary Cradler

Educational Support Systems

 

1:30

 

Break

 

1:45

VI.

Tech-Infused Curriculum:  What It Looks Like –

The Relevance of the SAMR Model in Education

Introduction by Agustin Urgiles

 

Ruben Puentedura

Founder and President, Hippasus

 

2:30

VII.

Parent Engagement and Education:

Getting to Success and Rooting the Culture

 

 

Gretell Castro

Families in Schools

Laura Mikasa

Stevenson Middle School, LAUSD

Toni Barone

Jefferson ESD

Barbara Richardon

 SBCUSD

Jenny Wagner

Leataata Floyd ES, Valley Vision

Anabelle Fregoso

Crozier Middle School, IUSD

 

3:30

 

Break

 

3:45

VIII.

Action Planning by School Leadership Teams

School Leadership Teams will discuss how to achieve 

at least 80% Parent Training, identify 5 Key Actions to improve the impact of School2Home, and complete SAMR self-assessment (record on worksheet and online).  Each Team will report out Parent Training Strategy, SAMR assessment, and 1 Key Action (1 minute per Team).

 

School Leadership Teams

 

5:30

 

Break

 

6:15

7:00

IX.

Reception and Dinner:  Spotlight on Inland Empire

Education Excellence Begins with Leadership

 

Education Leaders and Guests

Inland Empire Education Leaders

Day Two:  Thursday, February 9, 2017

 

7:30

 

 

Breakfast:  Conversation and Networking

Maker Space:  MOUSE Squad

 

School Leaders

MOUSE Squad

8:00

X.

Recap of Day One and Review of Day Two

Sunne Wright McPeak

Designated School Leader(s)

 

8:15

XI.

Harnessing the Power of Technology for Effective School Leadership:  Revealing the IT Decoder Ring
Introduced by Micah Studer, Winters Joint USD

 

Tim Goree

Director of Technology Support Services, Fairfield-Suisun USD

9:15

XII.

Professional Development:  How to Customize PD to Achieve Functional Proficiency

Ann Kruze

School2Home Program Manager

Bruce Duncan

San Mateo COE

Ang Rush

Crozier Middle School, IUSD

Mark Lobaco

DeJean Middle School, WCCUSD

 

10:30

 

Break

 

10:45

XIII.

Review and Refine Action Plans

School Leadership Teams complete Action Plans with implementation details (record on worksheet and online).

 

School Leadership Teams

11:45

 

Break

 

12:00

XIV.

Luncheon Capstone Address:

Aligning Resources for Excellence in Education

 

 

Dr. Carl Cohn

Chief Executive Director

California Collaborative for Educational Excellence

 

1:15

XV.

Action Plan Reports from School Leadership Teams

(2 minutes per Team)

Dr. Cohn will listen and comment as appropriate.

Sara Armstrong will verify receipt of Action Plans.

School Leadership Teams

Dr. Carl Cohn

 

2:15

 

XVI.

Looking Ahead:  School2Home and the Future

Educational Support Systems will collect evaluation forms.

Sunne Wright McPeak

 

2:25

XVII

Evaluation of Leadership Academy

School Leaders

 

2:30

 

Adjourn

 

 

 

Name: _________________________________________________ 

 

 

School Leadership Team: _________________________________

 

 

 

Individual Leadership Commitments to Support Team Performance

 

1.    Commitment:  ________________________________________

2.    Commitment:  ________________________________________

3.    Commitment:  ________________________________________

 

 

School Leadership Team Action Plan – 5 Key Actions

 

1.    Action:  _____________________________________________

2.    Action:  _____________________________________________

3.    Action:  _____________________________________________

4.    Action:  _____________________________________________

5.    Action:  _____________________________________________ 

 

 

School Leadership Team Assessment of School on SMAR Model

 

SAMR Model

Assessment

Comments

Redefinition

 

 

 

Modification

 

 

 

Augmentation

 

 

 

Substitution

 

 

 


 

School:  __________________________________________

 

School Leadership Team

School2Home Action Plan

 

 

Key Action

Implementation Activities

Responsible Person

Target Date

 

 

 

 

Key Action 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Action 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Action 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Action 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Action 5