5 Pillars Scorecards

Sustainable Results

To achieve sustainable results, we must first identify organizational goals (Eagle Strategic Plan). Then, we measure the things that matter to monitor progress toward those goals (5 Pillars Scorecards). The next step is to align all efforts from the board room to the classroom.  This is what gets us results that make a difference. When goals and measures are aligned, all employees know how their work supports the success of our district. Knowing this makes the work worthwhile.

Organizational scorecards tell the story behind the work of every employee working together and in partnership with the community.  

Holding Ourselves Accountable

Responsibility rests on all teams within the organization. For a scorecard to be effective, it must be cascaded to all departments.  Progress monitoring at every level of the organization ensures a dynamic process that supports continuous improvement actions informed by data.

Source:  https://www.studereducation.com/scorecard/

Help, Not Hurt

Healthy school cultures view data as an essential tool for improvement.  The data is a flashlight on growth opportunities, not a hammer.  We're trying to help, not hurt, each other on this journey toward excellence.   

Our 5 Pillars Scorecards

Expand each pillar to access all the scorecards for which we monitor the success of our goals as a district  

Academic Success

Leading Indicators

  1. GSRP indicators

  2. Kindergarten Readiness (Acadience)

  3. STAR Reading - proficiency/growth rates (Fall, Winter, Spring)

  4. STAR Math - proficiency/growth rates (Fall, Winter, Spring)

Lagging Indicators

  1.  SAT Composite Trends

  2. Graduation Rates

  3. MSTEP proficiency trends

Student Engagement

  1. Number of High School students participating in co-curricular activities 

  2. Number of Middle School students participating in co-curricular activities

Respectful, Responsible, Safe, and Healthy

  1. School Climate Survey - Students

  2. MiPHY student survey questions about student health 
  3. MiPHY student survey questions about student safety
  4. Number of suspension log entries by building 
  5. Chronically absent rates by grade

Career Development

  1. Number/percent of juniors/seniors enrolled in Career Tech Center Programs
  2. Number of earned Industry Certifications
  3. Number of students enrolled in all AP courses and each course  
  4. Number of students enrolled in Early College Program by year
  5. Number of students enrolled in Dual Enrollment classes
  6. Number of seniors eligible versus accepted for Muskegon Promise Scholarship

  7. Number/percentage of seniors accepted into post-secondary education (community college and 4-year university)

 

  1. School Climate Survey - Employees 
  2. Employee Engagement Survey 
  3. Employee stayer, mover, leaver rates 
  4. Employee attendance rates

Finance

  1. Annual Audit Report
  2. Annual fund balance trend as a percentage of expenditures
  3. Annual borrowing costs and monthly expenses per year
  4. Districtwide Enrollment
  5. Annual Community Resource Analysis Report
  6. Report on employee compensation compared with like size/demographic districts by classification.

Facilities

  • Master Facility Plan Progress Report

 

  1. District Department Service Excellence Survey 
  2. Interconnects Systems Framework Inventory
  3. Tiered Fidelity Inventory Scores