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2018-2019 Goals
  1. Foster a positive relationship between the Board, the Superintendent, and the Tully School Community by:
    1. Developing and utilizing individual BOE member’s expertise through Board sub-committees.
    2. Communicating regularly with all BOE members through TAG and at BOE meetings, and communicating via e-mail/text when emergencies arise.
    3. Communicating regularly with the Tully community through the Knight Insight, the District webpage, BOE meetings, and public forums/hearings.
    4. Refining the financial reports the BOE uses to provide short-term and long-term financial oversight of the District.
 
  1. Ensure that all Tully students have access to an aligned and rigorous academic program, focused upon student growth, by:
    1. Using benchmarking assessments, such as AIMSweb and Fountas & Pinnell, to monitor students’ academic growth in grades K-8.
    2. Using grade distribution data to identify areas of program strength and weakness in grades 6-12.
    3. Refining K-8 curriculum maps to ensure they contain common elements and are aligned with current learning standards.
    4. Aligning science and social studies curricula to meet NYS learning standards, and developing an understanding of newly adopted NYS ELA, math, art and health learning standards.
 
  1. Ensure that all Tully students have opportunities to engage in learning beyond the classroom by:
    1. Ensuring that the co-curricular clubs we have created over the past three four years become more firmly established within the school culture.
    2. Exploring ways to more effectively collaborate with the Tully Free Library and the Town of Tully Recreation Program.
    3. Exploring ways to more effectively use Activity Period.
    4. Exploring additional athletic mergers/combinations.
 
  1. Ensure a safe and healthy school culture for all Tully students by:
    1. Standardizing district-wide implementation of our Code of Conduct.
    2. Utilizing Pride survey results to guide support services at the JSHS.
    3. Implementing the Positivity Project at the ES and the JSHS.
    4. Developing capacity to effectively use Navigate Prepared as a staff development and communication tool.
 
  1. Cultivate a professional learning community amongst the faculty and staff by:
    1. Implementing a transparent APPR process, focused upon immediate feedback and reflection, for teachers, teaching assistants, administrators, and other professionally certified staff.
    2. Establishing Superintendent’s Conference Day Agendas 6-12 months in advance of scheduled days, and utilizing participant survey responses to improve professional development offerings and to fine tune the agendas. 
    3. Utilizing the expertise of our part-time Technology Integration Specialist.
 
  1. Ensure that our facilities are adequate to meet the learning needs of all Tully students by:
    1. Executing the 2018 Capital Project.
    2. Executing a Capital Outlay Project.
    3. Scoping out a 2021 Capital Project.
    4. Improving ongoing cleaning and maintenance processes.
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Tully Central School District
Robert J. Hughes, Superintendent
20 State Street, Tully, NY 13159
315-696-6200
www.tullyschools.org


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