HANCOCK ISD NO. 768
DISTRICT STRATEGIC PLAN
Hancock Public School exists to develop in all students the skills, knowledge and passion to be life long learners.
Our Vision is to see…
students committed to the learning process through engaged teachers, parents, staff and community.
students who learn and demonstrate 21st Century skills and knowledge
students who identify and apply their individual strengths.
Effective and innovative instruction
Developing and teaching healthy relationships
Parent and community involvement
Personal responsibility and accountability
Honesty and hard work
Giving back to our community
Create an environment for students to be committed to the learning process
Incorporate 21st Century skills and knowledge into the curriculum
Create an environment that identifies individual strengths and applications
Recognize student accomplishments
Have high expectations for student performance
Incorporate technology in all areas of instruction
Effectively evaluate student performance and use evaluation data to drive instruction and improve curriculum
Provide individual assistance that is targeted to improve student performance
Engage parents, teachers, staff and the community in school activities and learning opportunities
Provide opportunities for students to learn and develop their individual strengths.
PK-10 Health/Physical Education Action Plan:
Recognize Student Accomplishments.
· Newspaper/Media Exposure
a) Alert media when field trips are planned. (Bowling.Ect)
b) Student accomplishments to the paper.
c) Submit articles for JV Football Games/Varsity Baseball Games
· Display Student Projects.
a) Hang projects on bulletin board.
b) Display for students to see when they enter the room.
· Elementary PE Awards
a) Elementary Track and Field Day
b) Class and Individual Jump Rope for Heart Awards
c) Game Day on Fridays
· All State and All Conference Recognition
a) Attend All Conference selection meetings for Baseball, Basketball and Football.
b) Recognize Hancock Athletes at the meetings deserving of honors.
c) Help athletes get recognition from recruiters to play college athletics if desire to play.
· Trophies and Medals for Team and Individual Accomplishments
a) Baseball awards
b) Recognize individuals for their dedication and off-season work.
c) Jump Rope for Heart Medal
High Expectations for Student Performance
· Challenging Grading Scale
a) Use the Grade Scale set by the Student Handbook
b) Incorporate assignments that recognize the different styles of learners.
· High Expectations and Rigorous Curriculum
a) Application of Skills 35%
b) Written Assignments/Tests 30%
c) Daily Participation 35%
· Discipline Policy That Includes Appropriate Performance
a) High expectations for student behavior in class
· Mid-Term Grade Reports
a) Sent out for students with comments.
· Incentives for Positive Performance
a) Game Day Fridays
b) Free Day for secondary students upon completion of tests
Incorporate Technology in All Areas of Instruction
· Smart Board Use
a) Incorporated into Health lessons
b) Enhance presentations
· Power Point Projects
a) Health presentations
b) Cooperative learning
· Internet Research
a) Health research projects
b) Media influences
c) Utilize resources on the internet to enhance student work
a) Post Information such as classroom policies
b) Update regularly
· JMC Gradebook
a) Update Grades regularly
b) Keep parents informed on students performance
Effectively Evaluate Student Performance and Use Evaluation Data to Drive Instruction and Improve Curriculum
· Teacher Assessments
a) Administration observations
b) Student Feedback
· Attend Workshops and Conferences
a) Coaching Clinics
b) PE Workshops
c) Health Convention
Provide Individual Assistance That Is Targeted to Improve Student Performance
· Teacher Availability
a) Before school
b) After school
a) Student help with PE class
b) Student responsibility
· Communication w/Parents
b) Phone call
Engage Parents, Teachers, Staff and the Community in School Activities and Learning Opportunities
· Local Field Trips
a) Crystal Lanes Bowling
· Guest Speakers
Provide Opportunities for Students to Learn and Develop Their Individual Strengths
· Fitness Testing
a) Presidential Fitness Testing
b) Encourage improvement
· Assessment and Evaluation Tools
a) In game observations
b) Traditional skill test
c) Naturalistic Observation