Superintendent’s Goals

Goal #1

By June 2021, in collaboration with the Queens North Borough Support Center, we will evaluate the curriculum and learning tools used during the COVID-19 pandemic to be certain that culturally responsive education is the lens for all content areas and that students “see themselves” in their learning. We will determine successful impact for Goal #1 through the selected measure of Alignment Survey by LCI (2014), distributed to each student’s Instructional Leadership Team in January 2021 and June 2021, and a student-centered survey distributed January 2021 and June 2021.

Goal #2

By June 2021, by June 2021, District 24, in collaboration with the Queens North Borough Field Support Center, will improve the ELA and Math academic performance of all ELL and SWD students as measured by a 2.5% increase in student performance on formative assessments (through remote learning tools) and summative assessments such as NYS standardized tests. The assessments used to determine impact of Goal #2 will be Running Records, iReady MAPP, and Amplify Science.

Goal #3

By June 2021, District 24, in collaboration with the Queens North Field Support Center, will implement supportive and empowering structures for students and their families that strengthen the home/school connection and reduce the number of schools and subgroups that have Level I chronic absenteeism as evidenced by a 5% reduction in district absenteeism based on school and district attendance data and NYS ESSA accountability measures. We will assess the results of Goal #3 by distributing a mid-year and end of year district created survey for parents to determine a strong home/school connection and reduction in chronic absenteeism.

Goal #4

By June 2021, District 24, in collaboration with the Queens North Field Support Center, will strengthen family and community engagement through increased opportunities for parents to support their children’s education and be engaged in their schools as measured by an increase of 5% increase of parent participation in the NYC Schools Survey, an increase in parent focused attendance data for school-based activities gathered by district staff and continued participation in our Parent Ambassador Program.

Data Points:

· NYC School Survey

· Parent workshops & outreach

· PC Meetings

We will assess the results of Goal #4 by distributing a mid-year and end of year survey for parents to determine a strong parent engagement and participation increase throughout the 2020-2021 school year.