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2016 AdvancED Accreditation Evidence Hub: 4. Resources and Support System

Overall Standard Rating Average :  3.86

Internal Rating 3.6

4.1: Qualified professional and support staff are sufficient in number to fulfill their roles and responsibilities necessary to support the school’s purpose, direction and the educational program.

Indicator 4.1: Overall Rating Average 4
Internal Rating 4

 

Sub-indicator 4.1.1:  Clearly defined policies, processes and procedures ensure that school leaders have access to, hire, place and retain qualified professional and support staff.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

POLICIES, PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES

 

  • Staff Handbook  - guidelines for staff that cover procedures, practices, policies, and benefits.

 

HIRE, PLACE

 

 

QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.1.2: School leaders use a formal, systematic process to determine the number of personnel necessary to fill all the roles and responsibilities necessary to support the school purpose, educational programs and continuous improvement.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

  • Personnel Request Form - form used to ask for a new position that has not been already included in the Staffing plan for the year.
  • Intent to Return Form - form that allows leadership to determine what faculty and staff members will return the following school year.
  • Budget-Staffing Analysis - Confidential Information (only printed evidence)
  • Position Control Skyward - Skyward allows HR to assess positions assigned to a specific active plan. The active plan is the school year.
  • Hired Employees Indicator - Indicator that shows how many employees are expected to start the school year against budget, and how many positions are pending to be filled at the start of the school year.
  • Headcount Report - Confidential Information (only printed evidence)

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.1.3: Sustained fiscal resources are available to fund all positions necessary to achieve the purpose and direction of the school.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

  • Annual Reports - demonstrates how fiscal resources are used to fund positions needed during the year.
  • Budget assigned to HR/Payroll Budget - Confidential Information (only printed evidence)

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4.2: Instructional time, material resources and fiscal resources are sufficient to support the purpose and direction of the school.

Indicator 4.2: Overall Rating Average 4
Internal Rating 3.7

 

Sub-indicator 4.2.1: Instructional time, material resources and fiscal resources are focused solely on supporting the purpose and direction of the school.

                                        

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

Instructional time:

 

Material:

 

Fiscal:

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.2.2: Instructional time is protected in policy and practice.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.0

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.2.3: School leaders exhaust every option to secure material and fiscal resources to meet the needs of all students.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.2.4: School leaders measurably demonstrate that instructional time, material resources and fiscal resources are allocated so that all students have equitable opportunities to attain challenging learning expectations.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

Instructional time:

 

 

Fiscal resources:

  • Budget per Cost Center Confidential Information (only printed evidence)
  • 10 Year Projection Confidential Information (only printed evidence)

 

Material Resources


 

Sub-indicator 4.2.5: Efforts toward the continuous improvement of instruction and operations concentrate on achieving the school’s purpose and direction.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

Continuous Improvement-Instructional:

 

 

Continuous Improvement-Operations:

 

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4.3: The school maintains facilities, services and equipment to provide a safe, clean and healthy environment for all students and staff.

Indicator 4.3 Overall Rating Average 4
Internal Rating : 3.8

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.3.1:  School leaders have adopted or created clear expectations for maintaining safety, cleanliness and a healthy environment and have shared these definitions and expectations with stakeholders.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.3.2: School personnel and students are accountable for maintaining these expectations.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.3.3: Measures are in place that allow for continuous tracking of these conditions.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.3.4: Improvement plans are developed and implemented by appropriate personnel to continuously improve these conditions.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.3.5: The results of improvement efforts are systematically evaluated regularly.

 

 

RATING: 4.0

 

 

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4.4: Students and school personnel use a range of media and information resources to support the school’s educational programs.

Indicator 4.4: Overall Rating Average 4
Internal Rating 3.8

 

Sub-indicator 4.4.1:  All students and school personnel have access to an exceptional collection of media and information resources necessary to achieve the educational programs of the school.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 


Sub-indicator 4.4.2: Qualified personnel are available to assist students and school personnel in learning about the tools and locations for finding and retrieving information.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

 

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CNG Code of Honor and Disciplinary Policy

4.5: The technology infrastructure supports the school’s teaching, learning and operational needs.

Indicator 4.5: Overall Rating Average 3
Internal Rating : 3.3

Sub-indicator 4.5.1:  The technology infrastructure meets the teaching, learning and operational needs of all stakeholders.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.5.2:  School personnel develop and administer needs assessments and use the resulting data to develop and implement a technology plan to continuously improve technology services and infrastructure.                                      

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.0

 

 

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4.6: The school provides support services to meet the physical, social and emotional needs of the student population being served.

Indicator 4.6: Overall Rating Average 4
Internal Rating 3.5

 

Sub-indicator 4.6.1:  School personnel implement a clearly defined process to determine the physical, social and emotional needs of each student in the school.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

  • SST Process: Student Study Team process -- school-based team designed to assist teachers in developing and implementing interventions for students with academic, behavioral, and social-emotional difficulties in the general education system.
  • Infirmary Handbook: describes policies and procedures for the Infirmary.
  • Infirmary Statistics: analysis of data from the nurse’s office.
  • TPI: Top-Priority Information cards completed by the counselors to pass on important and relevant emotional, social, and behavioral information to make sure a plan can be designed for the next academic year.
  • College and Career Counseling Handbook: description of the College and Career Program.
  • HS Clubs: list of High School student organizations.
  • Student Check-In with Counselor: sample format used by counselors at the beginning of the year to check-in with students.

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.6.2: School personnel provide or coordinate programs to meet the needs of all students.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.6.3: Measures of program effectiveness are in place, and school personnel use the data from these measures to evaluate all programs.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.25

 


 

Sub-indicator 4.6.4: Improvement plans related to these programs are designed and implemented to more effectively meet the needs of all students.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

 

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4.7: The school provides services that support the counseling, assessment, referral, educational and career planning needs of all students.

Indicator 4.7 Overall Rating Average 4

Internal Rating : 3.8


Sub-indicator 4.7.1: School personnel implement a clearly defined, systematic process to determine the counseling, assessment, referral, educational and career planning needs of all students.

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 

  • SST Flowchart: Student Study Team (SST) process -- a school-based team designed to assist teachers in developing and implementing interventions for students with academic, behavioral, and social-emotional difficulties in the general education system.
  • SST Process: step-by-step description of the SST process.
  • Universal Screening: mechanism for identifying and supporting students who struggle to learn when provided a scientific, evidence-based general education.
  • College Planning Schedule: schedule for the Junior College Seminar.
  • TPI: Top-Priority Information cards, completed by the counselors to pass on important and relevant emotional, social and behavioral information.
  • Learning Center Handbook: outlines processes and procedures as well as services and programs.
  • College and Career Counseling Handbook: description of the College and Career Program.

 

 

Sub-indicator 4.7.2: School personnel provide or coordinate programs necessary to meet the needs of all students.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 4.0

 


 

Sub-indicator 4.7.3: Valid and reliable measures of program effectiveness are in place, and school personnel use the data from these measures to regularly evaluate all programs.

 

 

Sub-indicator Rating: 3.5

 

 

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