ID/Program all students
3. Academic Programs
Prioritize academic required subjects vs. non-academic subjects
Alignment curriculum with NYS standards, daily guides resources to be updated
Computerize home calls to parents
Staff development programs during and after school to include observations and evaluations; curriculum technology inclusion
Clarification of duties of APs as instructional leaders:
--templates for teachers
--development of assignments for projects related to curriculumenrichment
--student/teacher/parent subject contracts
Review and implementation of Building wide Special Education Inclusion Model and Alignment with District and State standards
3-Day Orientation program for incoming 9th graders
4. Building Maintenance
Exhibits of student work, decoration and cleanliness
Technology/computer hook-ups/all classrooms/internet
Senior lounge area (identification and creation of)
5. Parking Area
Designation of staff, student and visitor parking areas
Meetings to establish parental priorities (room for parent association, secretarial help to send out notices to aid parents, plan events for student support, improve cafeteria, senior lounge, senior trips and sports events)
7. Plan Opening Day Staff Development Activities
District personnel and others will receive progress reports on the results of restructuring/organizational and academic redirection. Dr. Northover, will follow District guidelines, plans and directives in implementation of all program activities. On-going consultation with the Superintendent will serve to inform all key personnel of progress.
The updating of the Freeport Public High School District web site will include information on restructuring of program and its progress.
Primary indicators during the first year of restructuring may not necessarily reflect an upward trend due to higher standards that may be established. The second and third year generally (according to research and experience) reflect an upward trend of student academic success.
The improvement in building tone, student attendance, decrease in student suspensions, curriculum enrichment, staff development, parental involvement, technology inclusion, special education inclusion, student scheduling, student/staff support systems (i.e. guidance services) are all areas that will be reflected in student success. Ultimately, the quality of services will be judged by the degree of academic, social and emotional success of the students.
SERVICE TIME FRAME AND COMPENSATION
The amount of service deliverable, effective July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000 will parallel the school work schedule for building administrators. The services will occur mainly on site at the Freeport Public High School.
The participating students, parents and staff of FPHS who will be served within the framework of this contract constitute a student body of 2000.
Dr. Northover will be paid at a rate of $120,000.00 per year.
Dated: June 10, 1999 (ed)