Desired outcome: active engagement in the vision-to-action process



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ENGAGEMENT PLAN School: Sample Middle School Date: August 25, 2009

DESIRED OUTCOME: ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT IN THE VISION-TO-ACTION PROCESS

ANALYSIS 1. Identify groups and individuals whose involvement is important for school improvement.

2. For each group, indicate the % in each stage. For each individual, check the appropriate stage.





Group or Individual

Stages of Change

Group or Individual

Stages of Change

Pre-Awareness

Information

Interest

Engagement

Pre-Awareness

Information

Interest

Engagement

Faculty

85

15

0

0

Math Teachers

99

1

0

0

Administration

50

50

0

0

Chamber of Commerce

100

0

0

0

Students

100

0

0

0

PTA

100

0

0

0

Parents

99

0

0

1

Community Foundation

100

0

0

0

Community

99

0

0

1

Youth Services Bureau

100

0

0

0

Miss Tess (key teacher)

X










Faculty in Information Stage

0

100

0

0

Teachers Association

99

1

0

0

















ACTION





Group/Individual

Fear or Need

Activity(ies)

Person

Deadline

Faculty

  1. Need information

-------------------------------------

  1. Fear of not having enough time

1. Poster Faculty Workroom

2. Distribute InSAI Brochure

3. InSAI Intro to Faculty

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4. Emphasize InSAI model for delegating responsibilities in Introduction


1. Sandy

2. Jim


3. Ginny

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4. Ginny


1. Aug 30

2. Aug 30

3. Sept 2

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4. Sept 2


Superintendent

1. Needs information

1. InSAI Introduction

1. Walter

1. Aug 26

Students

1. Need information

------------------------------------

2. Fear of not being taken seriously


1. InSAI Intro to Student Council

2. InSAI Whole-School Breakout

---------------------------------

3. Post student responses in hallway



1. Cindy

2. Cindy


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3. Cindy


1. Aug 30

2. Sept 5

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3. Sept 7



Parents

1. Need information

--------------------------

2. Need a vehicle for involvement

2. Fear of students not learning as school “experiments” with new initiative



1. Article in Parent Newsletter

2. Distribute brochure - Open House

3. Invite key parents to serve on Community Council

---------------------------------

4. InSAI Community Council

---------------------------------

5. Stress use of in-flight data to show that “experiments” working


1. Jean

2. Walter

3. Jean

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4. Jean

----------------

5. Jean, Walter


1. Sept 15

2. Oct 1


3. Aug 30

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4. Sept 22

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5. Sept 15

Oct 1


Community

1. Need information

----------------------------

2. Need vehicle for involvement


1. Give InSAI press release to media

2. Invite key people to serve on Community Council

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2. InSAI Community Council



1. Walter

2. Jean


---------------

2. Jean


1. Aug 30

2. Aug 30

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3. Sept 22



Miss Tess

1. Need information

----------------------------

2. Fear of loosing control


1. Talk-to (strengths of InSAI / address her concerns)

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2. Invite to serve as consultant to Steering Team


1. Ginny

---------------

2. Ginny


1. Aug 20

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2. Aug 20





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