Peace Through Music In the Spirit of John Paul Chicago 2012

Peace Through Music In the Spirit of John Paul Chicago 2012

Catholic Schools Leadership Day Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Elementary School May 4, 2017 Welcome Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools Opening Prayer APA Social Justice Committee APA Social Justice Committee Members Patrick Browne, Principal, Our Lady of Humility (Vicariate I) Julia Byrns Kelly , Principal, Queen of Angels School (Vicariate II) Kristina Reyes, Principal, Queen of All Saints School (Vicariate II)

Steve Adams, Principal, St. Gabriel School (Vicariate III) Beth Dolack, Principal, St. Mary of the Angels School (Vicariate III) Jeanine Rocchi, Principal, St. Celestine School (Vicariate IV) Nancy Harmening, Principal, Most Holy Redeemer School (Vicariate V) Helen Dumas, Principal, St. Sabina Academy (Vicariate VI) Kendall Mallette, Director of Mission Integration, The Frances Xavier Warde School (Independent Elementary School) Debbie Tracy, Principal, Nazareth Academy (Independent High School) Ryan Lents, Director of Human Dignity and Solidarity, Archdiocese of Chicago Robert Rabe, Director of Evangelization and Catholic Identity, Archdiocese of Chicago Office of Catholic Schools 4 APA Social Justice Committee Mission Statement The Archdiocesan Principals Association Social Justice Committee is called to Renew My Church by being leaven of social justice and systemic change in and through our Catholic schools. This call, vocation, is grounded in Jesus dictum, Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me (Mt. 25:40). Therefore, as missionary disciples of Christ, we are impelled to invite our school communities to an encounter with Christ that leads to a deepening awareness of the dignity of all life. We are ever mindful of the prophetic need to raise the moral consciousness of our school communities through gospel-based and virtue-infused

experiential learning and unified action. We are missioned to nurture compassionate and just school communities that further evangelize and transform our larger Church and society. 5 2017/18 APA Social Justice Committee Focal Area Parent Engagement and Education 6 Welcome to Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Elementary School Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Elementary School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Meeting Agenda and Logistics Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools Todays Agenda Morning Time

Activity 7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education 10 10:10 a.m. Break

10:10 10:25 a.m. Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m. Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities 11:05 11:15 a.m. Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church

Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m. Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings

A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas 3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Leadership Day Norms 1. Take an inquiry stance. 2. Ground statements in evidence. 3. Assume positive intentions. 4. Stick to protocol.

5. Start and end on time. 6. Be here now. Todays Agenda Morning Time Activity 7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation

Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education 10 10:10 a.m. Break 10:10 10:25 a.m. Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m. Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities

11:05 11:15 a.m. Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Catapult Education Todays Agenda Morning Time Activity 7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School

Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education 10 10:10 a.m. Break 10:10 10:25 a.m. Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m.

Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities 11:05 11:15 a.m. Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church Break Todays Agenda Morning Time Activity 7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m.

Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education 10 10:10 a.m. Break 10:10 10:25 a.m. Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee

Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m. Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities 11:05 11:15 a.m. Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in our Schools Teaching Together Chicago Todays Agenda Morning Time Activity

7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education 10 10:10 a.m. Break 10:10 10:25 a.m.

Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m. Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities 11:05 11:15 a.m. Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church AdvancED Internal Review Data Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and

Accreditation Reflection Questions Question 1: Reflect on the schools fidelity in the implementation of the Continuous School Improvement Plan. What is the evidence that shows or does not show the school is engaged in implementing the Continuous School Improvement Plan? What is the evidence that shows teachers are assessing and monitoring the measurable objectives? Question 2: Reflect on the schools adherence to Improvement Priority #3. What is the evidence that shows the school has adopted the Archdiocese of Chicago Curriculum Benchmarks? Question 3: Reflect on the schools adherence to Improvement Priority #4. What is the evidence that shows that teachers are trained in data analysis and interpretation? What is the evidence that shows teachers meet regularly to use data from formative assessments to inform adjustments to curriculum and instruction? Question 4: Reflect on the schools commitment to continuous academic improvement? What is the evidence that shows the principal and teachers are authentically committed and engaged in improvement with fidelity? Review the Reflection Report(s) Notice Statement Wonder Question I notice that all teachers are not aware of the skills on the Continuous School

Improvement Plan. I wonder how the CSIP can be shared and used in grade-level meetings? I wonder if teachers can collaborate on how to teach and assess the skills on the CSIP? I notice that faculty identify a need for additional formative assessments to measure student learning of skills. I wonder if the ACT Aspire interim assessments can be used to measure skills? I wonder how teachers are using the Quizlets to measure specific skills? Review the ELEOT Environments 2017 AdvancED Network A. Equitable Learning Environment

1.81 2.69 B. High Expectations Environment 2.24 2.8 C. Supportive Learning Environment 2.54 3.05 D. Active Learning Environment E. Progress Monitoring and Feedback Environment 2.70 2.93

1.91 2.76 F. Well-Managed Learning Environment 3.00 3.12 G. Digital Learning Environment 1.07 1.86 Mother Teresa Catholic Academy Review the ELEOT Environments Notice Statement Wonder Question

I notice the environment with the highest rating is well-managed environment and the mean is close to the national average. I notice the environment with the lowest rating is digital learning environment. I wonder how often students have opportunities to use technology to research, use this information, and collaborate with peers? I notice the environment equitable learning environment is also rated low. I wonder how teachers differentiate instruction in order to meet the needs of students? Review ELEOT Ratings for Each Element Review ELEOT Ratings for Each Element School name: Mother Teresa Catholic Academy

Has differentiated learning opportunities and activities that meet her/his needsa Cumulative Percent Frequency Percent Valid Percent Not Observed 6 66.7 66.7 66.7 Somewhat Evident 1

11.1 11.1 77.8 Very Evident 2 22.2 22.2 100.0 Total 9 100.0 100.0

a. School name = Mother Teresa Catholic Academy Mean = 1.78 Std. Dev. = 1.302 N=9 5 4 Frequency Valid 6 3 2 1 0

0 1 2 3 4 5 Review the ELEOT Ratings Notice Statement Wonder Question I notice that in 6 out of 9 classroom observations, it was not observed that students had differentiated learning opportunities and activities to meet their needs. I wonder if teachers know how to

differentiate instruction? I wonder how often teachers differentiate instruction? Feedback Warm Feedback Cool Feedback Observations from the classroom environment show that students interact respectfully with teachers and peers. I notice that instruction is primarily teacher-centered with little or no evidence that differentiation is happening. Action Steps 1. Teachers are to use Gradual Release as a primary instructional strategy in order to create a student-centered learning environment. 2. Teachers will use the results of formative assessments (ACT Aspire and Quizlets) to make adjustments to instruction in order to provide differentiated learning opportunities.

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t ACT Aspire ACT Aspire Window 1 results by end of May or beginning of June Window 4 results by middle or end of June Teacher Evaluation Committee Update Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools Teacher Evaluation Committee: Purpose The Teacher Evaluation Committee was formed in the fall of 2016 to address AdvancED Improvement Priority # 5: Review and align the teacher supervision and performance evaluation tools to reflect standards and benchmarks for effective schools in order to enhance and impact pedagogy. 33 Teacher Evaluation Committee Members Archdiocesan educators: teachers, principals and OCS staff

Domain Chairs 1. Planning and Preparation: Kate OBrien, Holy Family Inverness 2. Classroom Environment: Natalie Formica, Infant Jesus of Prague 3. Instruction: Elise Matson, St. John Brebeuf 4. Professional Responsibilities: Nancy Harmening, Most Holy Redeemer 5. Catholic Identity and Mission: Sr. Marie Michelle Hackett, St. Edward 34 Teacher Evaluation Committee: Meetings November 2016 Evaluated current AoC teacher evaluation instrument and process Created a timeline for the revision process Identified preliminary domains for teacher evaluation instrument

February 2017 (Leadership Day Breakout Session) Review of elements of each domain by specific domain group Review of other teacher evaluation instruments/processes March 2017 Discussed importance of training for evaluators/quality feedback/Reports from Domains committees/Preliminary discussion of the evaluation process April 2017 : presentation by Frontline (Teachscape) re: support for the teacher evaluation process Articulated OCS support for teacher evaluation process Discussed draft indicators for Domain 5: Catholic Identity and Mission

Discussed proposed evaluation process and ratings system 35 Five Domains for Professional Practice with Suggested Rating Weights by the TEC Domain 1. Planning and Preparation (20%) Domain 2. The Classroom Environment (20%) Domain 3. Instruction (30%) Domain 4. Professional Responsibilities (10%) Domain 5. Catholic Identity (20%) Performance Ratings Unsatisfactory Scores based on # of elements for each domain Approaching Basic Scores are weighted by domain %

Approaching Proficient Sum of all domain scores result in a performance rating. Basic Proficient Approaching Distinguished Distinguished Designed for Growth and Improvement Unsatisfactor y Basi c Approachin g Basic Proficien

t Approachi ng Proficient Distinguish ed Approaching Distinguishe d OCS Support OCS will facilitate the development of a new teacher evaluation instrument and teacher supervision/evaluation process with representative Archdiocesan educators OCS will support the electronic management of the supervision/ evaluation process for teachers through collaboration with Frontline (Teachscape) Education OCS will provide professional development to principals and teachers to support the new evaluation process OCS will ensure that the new process/instrument is reviewed by appropriate Archdiocesan departments (Personnel Services

and Legal) to insure that the process is equitable and promotes the development/growth of Catholic school teachers in the AoC 39 Timeline June 2017: Finalize Catholic Identity and Mission Domain elements/rubric June 2017: Finalize selection of pilot schools for implementation of the new process/instrument in August 2017. Criteria for pilot consideration: school principal holds current Illinois administrative licensure and has successfully completed Danielson training for Domains 2 and 3. June 2017: Finalize development of the evaluation instrument with Frontline Education July 2017: Continue Danielson training with Frontline (New Leaders and appropriate OCS staff will participate in this training.) August 2017: Training materials prepared by OCS for distribution to pilot schools to support implementation of the new instrument/process September 2017-May 2018: PD for principals in Councils using OCS/Frontline resources August 2019: All schools implement the revised instrument/process for teacher evaluation. 40 Accomplishments

TEC committee has decided to adopt Domains 1-4 of the Framework for Teaching (Charlotte Danielson) TEC would like to collaborate with Frontline to manage/support the revised teacher supervision/evaluation process TEC has discussed a preliminary rating system for teachers that Councils will be asked to provided feedback on today. TEC has recommended a pilot group be launched in FY17 to implement the new process/instrument Enthusiasm for the new process and Frontline resources has been expressed by all members of the TEC committee 41

Todays Agenda Morning Time Activity 7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education

10 10:10 a.m. Break 10:10 10:25 a.m. Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m. Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities 11:05 11:15 a.m.

Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities Hunger Action Month Background A national campaign started by Feeding America to address the issue of hunger across the United States Food insecurity is: unreliable access to adequate and nutritious food because of the lack of financial and other resources Currently the rates of food insecurity are: Cook County 13.9% or 729,020 people In Cook County about 37% of food pantry/soup kitchen clients are under 18 Lake County 8% or 56,340 people Children (18 and under) in Illinois 20.2% or 593, 186 children * This means 1 in every 5 children you see is experiencing the insecurity of not knowing where their next meal will come from

Catholic Charities Food Pantry Facts To better understand the impact poverty has on the city of Chicago, nearly a quarter of the population is now living below the federal poverty line. Through our eight food pantries, we provide emergency assistance to those in need.food assistance to those in need. Emergency Assistance Department at 721 N LaSalle Served 6,071 individuals coming from 4,807 households Casa Catalina Served 47,108 individuals coming from 11,798 households St. Sabina Served 13,651 individuals coming from 7,505 households Partnership Between Catholic Schools and Catholic Charities Soup-er Stadium Challenge is a collaborative response on the part of Catholic schools and Catholic Charities to Cardinal Cupichs call to Renew My Church by fully embracing the seven signs of parish vitality, including:

To evangelize our Church and world by living as intentional, missionary disciples rooted in collective, charitable action and systemic change To deepen our understanding of Christ through the teachings and traditions of the Church with an emphasis on Catholic Social Teaching To build a Catholic Christian community where all may have a place at the table Soup-er Stadium Challenge Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools and Catholic Charities will co-host the first Soup-er Stadium Challenge during the 2017/18 school year. What The Soup-er Stadium Challenge asks every Catholic school student, teacher and faculty member in the Archdiocese to bring in (at least) one can of food to stock the Catholic Charities food pantries for the winter/Super Bowl season. Our goal: Collect enough food to fill every seat in Soldier Fieldtwice! We will also integrate a hunger curriculum into classrooms so that this effort moves beyond a food drive and is truly a learning and growing experience for our Catholic school students. 48

Soup-er Stadium Challenge Who The Challenge will take place across all Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic schools, as well as in Archdiocesan offices and Catholic Charities offices. Charles Tillman to serve as spokesperson When Thursday, May 4: Introduce Challenge during Leadership Day Tuesday, June 6: Film Challenge videos at Soldier Field featuring Charles Tillman, Cardinal Blase Cupich, Dr. Jim Rigg, Dr. Mary Kearney, Catholic school students and others Thursday, August 3: Distribute Challenge materials during Leadership Day Tuesday, September 12: Host Challenge kick-off event at Soldier Fields Midway Club. This ticketed event will be an opportunity to make a public splash regarding the initiative and secure media attention

Tuesday, September 12 Friday, October 6: Run the Soup-er Stadium Challenge in the schools. Track progress of donation on the Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools website Wednesday, October 11: Host press conference at Soldier Field to announce results 49 Soup-er Stadium Challenge Why Hunger and food insecurity exist in every community, including in Cook and Lake Counties. There is no face to hunger and food insecurity it affects children, older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, the working poor and others. More than 729,000 people in Cook County have food insecurity, including more than 227,000 children. By meeting the goal of the Soup-er Stadium Challenge we will provide more than 103,335 meals to Chicagoans in need. 50 Soup-er Stadium Challenge Materials Program materials and additional information will be distributed at

the August 3 Leadership Meeting. The materials will include: Donation collection box Letter of participation Resources and information guide Hunger awareness curriculum Volunteer opportunities Todays Agenda Morning Time Activity 7:45 8:15 a.m. Arrival and Breakfast 8:15 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Prayer Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools APA Social Justice Committee Ms. Mary Iannucilli, Principal of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin School Rev. William T. Corcoran, Pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church

Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 8:30 10 a.m. Keynote Presentation: The New ESSA Legislation Dr. Steve Perla, Consultant, Catapult Education 10 10:10 a.m. Break 10:10 10:25 a.m. Employment Opportunities for Adults with Disabilities in Our Schools Teaching Together Chicago 10:25 10:55 a.m. AdvancED Internal Review Data and Teacher Evaluation Committee Dr. Jorge Pea, Director of School Improvement and Accreditation Dr. Mary Kearney, Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools 10:55 11:05 a.m.

Soup-er Stadium Challenge Initiative Announcement Mr. Angel Gutierrez, Vice President of Community Development and Outreach Services, Catholic Charities Ms. Kate LeFevour, Project Manager and Health Educator, Catholic Charities 11:05 11:15 a.m. Complete AM Plus/Deltas; Break and Transition to Mass St. Elizabeth Seton Church Break and Transition to Mass Complete AM Plus/Deltas Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik

12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m. Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas

3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Mass Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m.

Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas 3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Lunch

Please visit vendors during this time OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools OCS Leadership Awards Special Service Appreciation Certificates Magis Award Civitate Dei Award St. Thomas Aquinas Award St. John the Baptist Award Grace Under Pressure Award St. Peter the Rock Award San Damiano Turnaround Award

Christ the Teacher Award 59 Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m. Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools

2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas 3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools Superintendents Report

1. School Strategic Plan 2. Tax Credit Efforts 3. Brief Reminders and Announcements 4. Blessing for Principals Strategic Plan: Status and Remaining Steps Committee Goals Initiatives Financial Vitality/School Footprint

Governance Academic Excellence Catholic Identity Committee update Leadership Approval by Cardinal Cupich Kellogg Teacher Retention Study (Academic Excellence) Remaining Steps Finalization of the Communications/Rollout Plan Writing of the Executive Summary and Operating Plan Strategic Plan: Timing and Communications

Timing of Release o Soft Release (May 4, 2017) o Internal Release (August 3, 2017) o External Release Two Documents o Executive Summary (External) o Operating Plan (Internal) Leadership 1. Director of Leadership Formation (Mrs. Elise Mattson-Dite) will facilitate leadership initiatives What should I be ready for in 2017/2018? 2. Expansion of leadership university partnerships (DePaul University) 3. Continued phasing in of the revised principal evaluation

process 4. Audit of administrative demands on principals What should I be thinking about beyond 2017/2018? Distributed Leadership: How can I share decision making with other leaders (e.g. teacher leaders, school board, etc.)? Systems Mindset: How can I identify and cultivate future leaders amongst my faculty (both for your school and for other schools)? Principal compensation Catholic Identity

What should I be ready for in 2017/2018? What should I be thinking about beyond 2017/2018? 1. Revision of the religion curriculum (implementation of new curriculum will happen in 2018/2019) 2. Expansion of the teacher catechetical certification process (Levels 1 and 2) 3. Holy Fire (Oct. 20-21, 2017) How can I support my teachers through all three levels of catechetical certification? Standardized religion curriculum (developed alongside religion curriculum)

Quality and relevance of teacher in-services and retreats Academic Excellence 1. Ramping up of teacher observation and evaluation framework 2. Investment in early literacy (materials, training, etc.) What should I be ready for in 2017/2018? 3. Continued PD on standards-based report cards (not yet full implementation) 4. Continued implementation of the ELEOT observation tool 5. New emphasis on teacher recruitment, particularly for in-demand grades/subject areas 6. New ESSA Funding! What should I be thinking about beyond 2017/2018?

Archdiocesan new teacher orientation (fall, 2018) Implementation of teacher observation/evaluation framework, standards-based report cards, and ELEOT Multiple years of longitudinal ACT Aspire data Governance and Financial Vitality 1. Phase 1 of Renew My Church (4-6 groupings in fall of 2017). Phase 2 of RMC in the spring of 2018 What should I be ready for in 2017/2018? 2. Continued expansion of the Turnaround Program (third team to begin in the fall of 2017)

3. Continued ramp-up of Phoenix Scholarships 4. New focus on school board support and communal board development What should I be thinking about beyond 2017/2018? When will my grouping go through RMC? What does collaboration in my grouping look like? School choice efforts (e.g. state and local tax credits) Stability and vitality of local school board Strategic Plan: Final Thoughts

Stay close to email during the summer (including Principals Update) Continue to spread the word in your local school community Get your pastor to the Aug. 3 meeting! Tax Credits: Two Efforts State Tax Credits (e.g. Illinois Kids Campaign) $100 million from the state budget to benefit needs-based scholarships for private school students. Funds assigned through a defined Scholarship Granting Organization (SGO). Current Status: Tied up in state budget stalemate.

Tax Credits: Two Efforts Federal Tax Credits: Tax credits at the federal level that would operate similarly to state tax credits (i.e. needs-based and assigned via SGOs). Amount could be substantial ($4 billion?) and could particularly benefit blue states with large population centers. Current Status: Could be either a stand-alone bill or part of the Presidents budget. Could see movement in June. Brief Reminders and Announcements Principals Survey Final 2017/2018 Calendar Summer Responsibilities Archdiocesan Educational Policies Other? Blessing for Principals July 11, 2016 Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon

Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m. Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served

2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas 3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Break and Transition to Council Meetings Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m.

12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m. Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations

3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas 3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Council Meetings Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m.

Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m. Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas

3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas Todays Agenda Mass and Afternoon Time Activity 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Mass Very Rev. Stephen F. Kanonik 12:15 1:15 p.m. Lunch and OCS Leadership Awards Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 1:15 2 p.m.

Superintendents Report Dr. Jim Rigg, Superintendent of Catholic Schools 2 2:10 p.m. Break and Transition to Council Meetings A snack will be served 2:10 3:10 p.m. Council Meetings See booklet for council meeting locations 3:10 3:20 p.m. Closing Prayer Complete PM Plus/Deltas 3:20 p.m. Leadership Day Concludes Thank you!

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