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Progress and Growth Monitoring

Our work for District One91 will be to create a reinvigorated focus on our Mission and Vision through our Strategic Road Map. This includes work on Vision One91 that includes a process of planning, researching and managing continuous improvements that positively impact all students. District leadership has begun processes to engage internal and external community stakeholders to address academic achievement and college and career readiness.

As a school district we will clearly define our top priorities, including revisiting our mission and vision supporting our strategic plan that will guide our action to the following:  

Vision One91:

  • To Ensure The District Delivers On Its Mission Of “Each Student. Future Ready. Community Strong.”

  • To Align All Levels — From Preschool Through High School — With The District’s Mission So That All Students Are Prepared For College And Career Success After Graduation.

  • To Increase Opportunities, Experiences And Support So All Students Reach Their Full Potential.

  • To Meet Increasing Expectations For Learners At All Grade Levels Due To Minnesota’s Academic Standards And Requirements Of The World’s Best Workforce Legislation.


Support Services Offered To Teachers And Principals.

  • ProPay (Q-Comp) Is A Program Offered Through The State Of Minnesota Department Of Education.  Burnsville-Eagan-Savage Schools Has Developed A Plan That Meets The 5 Components Of The Law.  Those Components Include Career Ladder/Advancement Options, Job-Embedded Professional Development, Teacher Evaluation, Performance Pay, And An Alternative Salary Schedule.  This Plan Was Collaboratively Designed To Meet The Specific Needs Of Licensed Staff Members In ISD 191

  • Danielson Framework Continued As Part Of Our Teacher Evaluation System. On-Going Goals For This Framework Are Effective Instruction, Professional Development And Meeting State Statute For Classroom Evaluations On Domain’s 2 (Classroom Environment) And 3 (Professional Responsibilities).

  • The Principal Evaluation Model Anticipates A Three-To-Five Year Performance Improvement Cycle. In The First Year, The Principal Must Set Measurable Goals For The Entire Evaluation Cycle. The Goals Require Self-Assessment, Professional Development, And Demonstrating Performance On Core Principal Competencies. The Goals Also Require Ongoing Performance Reviews Throughout The Cycle. The Superintendent, Or Designee, Must Annually Evaluate The Principal’s Progress In Realizing Those Goals.

  • District One91 Work Groups/Committees Provide Teaching And Learning Services Are Provided To Teachers And Principals Through The Following Committees.

    • Instructional Coaches, Interventionists, New Educator Training, Building Leadership Teams, Multi-Tiered Systems Support, PBIS, STAT, AVID Leadership, Instructional Technology, Equity, AVID Trainers, Grade Level Teams, Content/Department Teams, Literacy, ADSIS, EL, Special Education, Writing, Human Resources and Strategic Plan.

Support Services Being Offered To Teachers And Principals:

  • Building Leadership Teams (BLT)/District Leadership Teams (DLT)

  • Strategic Plan

  • Grade Level Guarantees - Schoology Curriculum Management System

  • Professional Learning Teams (CT’s) Meet Weekly Focused On Student Learning.

  • Student Support Teams Meet Monthly In Each Building To Assist Teachers In Developing Daily Strategies And Interventions To Be Used In The Classroom To Helps Students Who Struggle In Math And/Or Reading

  • New Teacher Induction Program