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The purpose of the SIT is to provide input on and monitoring of SMART Goals (School Improvement Plan) for continuous improvement based on the District Strategic Goals (Scorecard), data, and feedback provided by the school and district-based teams such as the data teams, the Health and Wellness Committee, Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) teams, and the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support teams. Teams will provide voice and an avenue for communication from each building to their school community and the larger district community regarding progress toward our strategic goals and objectives. Teams will also be integral to the participatory governance of the school.
Per the Barrington Public Schools School Improvement Team Policy, each SIT is composed of the building principal and an appropriately balanced number of teachers, education support employees, special educators, family members, and community members.
The Primrose Hill School SIT for 2023-2024 is:
Erin Simard, Chairperson
Jennifer Hines, Teacher
Kelly Savickas, Teacher
Candace Chappelle, Teacher
Alison McCallum, Teacher
Sharon Santos, Parent
Stephanie Primiani, Parent
Nicole Mastan, Parent
Jessica Lemos, Parent
Judy Lacross, Community Member
SIT meetings are scheduled to take place once per month.
The next SIT meeting will take place on:
February 2024 at 6:00 PM
*all meeting minutes for SY 2023-2024 can be found in the SIT rolling agenda, listed chronologically by month
SMART goals help improve achievement and success. A SMART goal clarifies exactly what is expected and the measures used to determine if the goal is achieved and successfully completed.
A SMART goal is:
Specific (and strategic). SMART goals are linked to position summary, departmental goals/mission, and/or overall school goals and strategic plans. They answer the questions, "Who?" and "What?"
Measurable. The outcomes of SMART goals can be measured and answer the question, "How?"
Attainable/Achievable. SMART goals are realistic and can be achieved in a specific amount of time. They are reasonable.
Relevant and realistic. SMART goals are aligned with current tasks and projects and focus in one defined area. They include the expected result.
Timeframe. SMART goals have a clearly defined timeframe including a target or deadline date.