Site Based Decision Making (SBDM)
Through the development and recommendation of the plans outlined (below), we will be closer to having excellence that is sustainable for years to come. - Principal Moran
The function of the SBDM Committee is to support and advise the principal in establishing campus goals and plan for improvement.
Meetings are generally held the fourth Wednesday of every month at 5 p.m.
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Chair: Julie Broberg, 214 532 5866
Vice Chair: Micah Crissey
Scribe: Brook Varner
Facilitator/Timekeeper: Shahdi Jalilvand
Sub-Committees and Goals
Coordinated School Health: Parent Contact Elizabeth Furrh
The focus will be on developing a school-wide wellness plan. This is the campus expectation and this is the campus checklist. There are areas that focus on physical and mental health. Through this committee's efforts we will have a school-wide wellness plan where people feel cared for, have the tools and resources to care for themselves, and in turn, can care for one another.
Curriculum and Instruction Assessment: Parent Contact Dorcy Clark
The focus will be on developing a plan for us to meet the campus goal that 100% of our
Wildcats graduate college and career strong. One critical indicator of this that is measured
throughout the CIP is a student's qualifying College, Career or Military Ready (CCMR) metric and progress toward this accomplishment. There are disparities between sub pop performance on CCMR metrics as well as variances between departmental success and offerings. The plan should ensure equity and access for all.
This is where we currently stand (Class of 2021) in terms of making sure 100% of our students
graduate college, career, and military ready. Here are the stats:
|Total||Not Met||Missing Goal|
|2021||441||203 / 46%||114|
|Gen Ed||313||165 / 71%||103|
|IB||88||6 / 7%||4|
|SPED||40||32 / 80%||7|
Of the 203 students who have not met a CCMR goal yet, 67 of them are currently in an AP course.
Drop-Out Prevention: Parent Contact Carla Israel
The focus will be on developing a system of support that addresses key aspects that impact the school graduation rate. Two critical aspects that lead to students dropping out are falling behind in 9th grade and then not having a post -high school plan (and support team invested in the plan) to keep them motivated.
The second aspect to be addressed is the development of a graduation plan aligned with post- high school ambitions and coordinated support.
Facilities and Safety (Shared Space, Safety and Mobility): Parent Contact Robert Garrett
The focus will be on the development of a three year that addresses concerns associated with:
- shared space (i.e.: teaching spaces, on-campus greenspace, Randall Park, historical
- safety (the development and execution of the Campus Emergency Operations Plan)
-and mobility (i.e.: traffic flow, parking)
This group may need to consult with Dallas ISD department, the Dallas Parks or other municipal
departments, local law enforcement agencies, and J.L. Long's SBDM.
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- Wednesday, April 21
- Thursday, April 22
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