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About Collaboration

In April of 2011, the Pullman Public Schools Board of Directors approved the addition of 7 (half day) Collaboration Days for certified staff each school year. Implemented in the fall of 2011, the Collaboration Days have been highly successful opportunities for our staff to meet as teams to discuss strategies for reaching all students, share ideas and materials, and closely review data related to student achievement. We are thankful to the community for their support of this valuable time for our teachers!

 

Related Resources:
Professional Learning Communities
District Mission, Vision, and Commitments

 

 

2018-2019 Collaboration Plan

Month

Group & Major Topics

Objectives/Focus

August 28

(PD Day)

District level

 

 

Understand the overall district plan for the school year

Understand communication strategies that effectively move systems forward

 

September 19 (Collaboration)

District level

 

 

Review student achievement outcomes by grade levels/content areas

Set related goals

October 12

(PD Day)

District level

 

 

Develop skills regarding developing cultural beliefs, develop skills to impact student achievement

October 17

(Collaboration)

Building level

 

Examine benchmark data, plan using data, determine next assessment

 

 

December 5

(Collaboration)

Building level

 

 

Examine results of common assessments and alignment to standards

 

January 18

(PD Day)

District level

 

 

Develop skills to impact student achievement

January 30

(Collaboration)

District level

 

Review student achievement outcomes by grade levels/content areas

 

 

February 27

(Collaboration)

Building level

 

 

Examine benchmark data, plan using data, determine next assessment

 

March 15

(PD Day)

District level

 

 

Examine results of common assessments and alignment to standards

 

April 17

(Collaboration)

Building level

 

 

Examine outcomes regarding common assessments, plan with data

May 15

(Collaboration)

District level

 

 

Examine outcomes regarding common assessments, plan with data, develop draft goals for next school year