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Strategic Goals, Objectives and Annual Milestones – 2020-2024

Goal: ESC – Establish an exceptional school culture.
  Annual Milestones
Objectives: 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24
ESC-1: Parents will volunteer at least 2,000 hours of labor to the school annually by May 2024, and at least 35% of all parents will volunteer, as measured by the NEAAAT Volunteer Form.
  • 1000 hours
  • 15% of parents
  • 1250 hours
  • 20% of parents
  • 1500 hours
  • 25% of parents
  • 1750 hours
  • 30% of parents
  • 2,000 hours
  • 35% of parents
ESC-2: Community (non-parent) volunteers will contribute at least 1,000 hours of labor to the school annually by May 2024, as measured by the NEAAAT Volunteer Form.
  • 400 hours
  • 500 hours
  • 600 hours
  • 800 hours
  • 1,000 hours
ESC-3: By May 2024, the number of sustained extracurricular clubs will increase from 6 to 14, with at least 75% of students participating in a club, as measured by club rosters of at least 10 students and meeting calendars that document at least 6 meetings per year for at least two years.
  • 50% of students participate in at least 1 club for at least 4 meetings
  • 8 clubs hold 6 meetings per year for 2 years
  • 55% of students participate in at least 1 club
  • 10 clubs hold 6 meetings per year for 2 years
  • 60% of students participate in at least 1 club
  • 12 clubs hold 6 meetings per year for 2 years
  • 70% of students participate in at least 1 club
  • 14 clubs hold 6 meetings per year for 2 years
  • 75% of students participate in at least 1 club
ESC-4: By May 2024, student demographic data will show that the NEAAAT student body reflects the demographics of the region: race/ethnicity data will show that the NEAAAT student body is within 5 percentage points of the region when compared to US Census data for the six-county target recruitment area; at least 60% of the student body will be considered “first generation college seeking”; and, at least 40% of students will meet eligibility requirements for the federal Free and Reduced Lunch program.
  • Enrollment already established
  • Race/ethnicity within 7 percentage points
  • 40% first generation
  • 33% FRL
  • Race/ethnicity within 6 percentage points
  • 46% first generation
  • 35% FRL
  • Race/ethnicity within 5 percentage points
  • 52% first generation
  • 38% FRL
  • Race/ethnicity within 5 percentage points
  • 60% first generation
  • 40% FRL
ESC-5a: By May 2024, 100% of staff, at least 90% of students, and at least 70% of parents will complete the annual staff, student, and parent surveys.
  • 100% staff
  • 80% students
  • 40% parents
  • 100% staff
  • 85% students
  • 45% parents
  • 100% staff
  • 90% students
  • 50% parents
  • 100% staff
  • 90% students
  • 60% parents
  • 100% staff
  • 90% students
  • 70% parents
ESC-5b: By May 2024, at least 80% of staff, student, and parent survey respondents will state that 1) NEAAAT is a great place to work and learn, 2) they feel pride in their school, and 3) they feel highly valued and included in the decision making process.
  • 80% staff
  • 70% students
  • 70% parents
  • 80% staff
  • 73% students
  • 73% parents
  • 80% staff
  • 76% students
  • 76% parents
  • 80% staff
  • 79% students
  • 79% parents
  • 80% staff
  • 80% students
  • 80% parents
ESC-6: Based on student and staff surveys, 85% of student respondents and 90% of staff respondents will state they are consistently supported to perform at their best.
  • 70% students
  • 80% staff
  • 75% students
  • 85% staff
  • 80% students
  • 90% staff
  • 85% students
  • 90% staff
  • 85% students
  • 90% staff
ESC-7: By May 2024, 100% of all graduating seniors will have contributed at least 200 hours of service to their communities since entering 9th grade, as measured by the senior cumulative folder audit report.
  • 30 hours Freshmen
  • 40 hours, freshmen
  • 60 hours, sophomores
  • 40 hours, freshmen
  • 80 hours, sophomores
  • 100 hours, juniors
  • 40 hours, freshmen
  • 70 hours, sophomores
  • 130 hours, juniors
  • 150 hours, seniors
  • 40 hours, freshmen
  • 80 hours, sophomores
  • 150 hours, juniors
  • 200 hours, seniors
 
Goal: WRG – Graduate all NEAAAT students well prepared for the “real world of work.”
  Annual Milestones
Objectives: 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24
WRG-1: By 2024, at least 75% of graduating seniors will have earned at least three credits for aerospace, computer science, or health sciences coursework and at least 1 Internship credit at the time of graduation, as measured by the senior transcript audit report.
  • Credits, 75%
  • Internship, 55%
  • Credits, 75%
  • Internship, 60%
  • Credits, 75%
  • Internship, 65%
  • Credits, 75%
  • Internship, 70%
  • Credits, 75%
  • Internship, 75%
WRG-2: By 2024, all MG students will successfully complete at least one course that is aligned to the high school aerospace pathway, computer science pathway, or health sciences pathway each year, as measured by the final report card audit.
  • 30% completers
  • 60% completers
  • 85% completers
  • 95% completers
  • 100% completers
WRG-3: By 2024, at least 80% of NEAAAT interns will receive a satisfactory rating from their internship providers, as measured by the annual internship report.
  • 70%
  • 72%
  • 75%
  • 78%
  • 80%
WRG-4: By 2024, all coaches that have been employed by NEAAAT for one year or more will have designed and implemented a high quality PBL that has been informed by a business and community partner, as evidenced by the NEAAAT staff repository.
  • 40%
  • 55%
  • 70%
  • 85%
  • 100%
WRG-5: All students will publicly showcase a high quality, authentic project that they have completed each year, as measured by NEAAAT Expo participation data, PBL presentation schedules, and classroom presentation visitor attendance logs.
  • 80%
  • 90%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
WRG-6: All students will successfully present a summary of learning to demonstrate their readiness for the next grade level, as measured by annual portfolio grades.
  • 98% of 6th and 9th
  • 98% of 6,7,9,10
  • 98% of 6,7,8,9,10,11
  • 98% of 6,7,8,9,10,11
  • 100% of students in all grades
WRG-7: NEAAAT School Performance Grade data will show that NEAAAT student performance exceeds the state average across all tested areas annually by 2024.
  • Meets state average in 80% of SPG metrics
  • Meets or exceeds state average in 86% of SPG metrics
  • Meets or exceeds state average in 92% of SPG metrics
  • Exceeds state average in 100% of SPG metrics
  • Exceeds state average in 100% of SPG metrics
WRG-8: At least 70% of students who graduate on or after May 2021 will have earned an industry-recognized credential or certification prior to graduation, as measured by the senior transcript audit report.  
  • 70%
  • >70%
  • >70%
  • >70%
WRG-9: At least 80% of all NEAAAT pathway completers in the Class of 2023 and after will enroll in post-secondary programs aligned to the completed pathway or gain employment through the military or other employer in an aligned career area within 6 months of high school graduation, as measured by the post-graduate survey. At least 90% of graduates will respond to the post-graduate survey annually.
  • Completion, 90%
  • Completion, 90%
  • Completion, 90%
  • Pathway alignment, 80%
  • Completion, 90%
  • Pathway alignment, 80%
  • Completion, 90%
WRG-10: All students will demonstrate professional skills proficiency prior to graduation by May 2024, as measured by the NEAAAT portfolio rubric and senior transcript audit report.
  • Proficiency standards developed
  • First seniors assessed
  • 90% proficient
  • 95% proficient
  • 100% proficient
WRG-11: At least 80% of students will directly participate in NEAAAT’s annual continuous improvement process, as measured by CIT attendance logs, SGA attendance logs, and annual student portfolio data.
  • 25%
  • 35%
  • 50%
  • 65%
  • 80%
WRG-12: 100% of coaches employed by NEAAAT for 1 year or more will successfully implement a lesson off school grounds at least once per year, as evidenced by lesson plan data, student work samples, and media.
  • 90%
  • 95%
  • 100%
  • 100%
  • 100%
WRG-13: At least 70% of students state that they have completed a meaningful PBL within the current school year annually by May 2022, as measured by the annual student survey.
  • 50%
  • 60%
  • 70%
  • 70%
  • 70%
WRG-14: All students will set measurable personal learning goals each year, and at least 75% of all goals will be met beginning with the 2020-21 school year, as measured by student growth goal data.
  • 60%
  • 75%
  • 75%
  • 75%
  • 75%
 

 

Goal: LTS – Ensure the long-term sustainability of the school.
  Annual Milestones
Objectives: 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24
LTS-1: Fund balance will reach 14% of annual revenue by May 2024, as measured by the annual fiscal audit.
  • 6%
  • 8%
  • 10%
  • 12%
  • 14%
LTS-2: There are at least 4 student applicants for each available seat by May 2024, as measured by student lottery application data.
  • 3.2 applicants per seat
  • 3.4 applicants per seat
  • 3.6 applicants per seat
  • 3.8 applicants per seat
  • 4 applicants per seat
LTS-3: At least 10 highly qualified candidates for each staffing vacancy by May 2024, as measured by employee application data.
  • 4 candidates per position
  • 6 candidates per position
  • 8 candidates per position
  • 9 candidates per position
  • 10 candidates per position
LTS-4: At least 95% of employees who are offered continuing employment agreements accept them annually, as measured by the June personnel report each year.
  • 95% acceptance rate
  • 95% acceptance rate
  • 95% acceptance rate
  • 95% acceptance rate
  • 95% acceptance rate
LTS-5: At least 10 collaborative projects with other schools, districts, and community organizations will have been completed or will be underway by June 2024, as evidenced by collaborative agreements.
  • 6 projects
  • 7 projects
  • 8 projects
  • 9 projects
  • 10 projects
LTS-6: Business Alliance membership will reach 45 members by May 2024, as measured by signed partnership agreements and 200 business-related volunteer hours. Business Alliance membership will increase by 5 partners annually.
  • 25 members
  • 80 volunteer hours
  • 30 members
  • 120 volunteer hours
  • 35 members
  • 140 volunteer hours
  • 40 members
  • 160 volunteer hours
  • 45 members
  • 180 volunteer hours
LTS-7: Parents will contribute at least $30,000 annually by May 2024, as indicated by the annual fiscal audit.
  • $12,000
  • $16,500
  • $21,000
  • $25,500
  • $30,000
LTS-8: Grants, contributions, and proceeds will comprise at least 10% of annual operating revenue by May 2024, as measured by the year-end financial statement.
  • 8%
  • 8.50%
  • 9%
  • 9.50%
  • 10%