Collaborative School Committee

CSC Meeting Agenda and Minutes

John F. Kennedy H.S.

2021-22 School Year

Date: 10.19.22 Time: 5 – 6

Meeting Location: Meet Link

School Vision

As Commanders, we are advocates of our passions, challengers of inequity, and champions of change. We find P.R.I.D.E. (Professionalism, Respect, Inclusion, Dedication, and Excellence) in shaping a more inclusive global community and taking command of our role within that world.

Committee Members in Attendance: Stacy Gallegos, Lisa Borbon, Annie Walden-Newman, Tiffany Almon, Alissa Warren, Jennifer Nguyen, Sam Rognerud-Murray, Michelle Lopez 

  1. Slide Deck & Recording
  2. Celebrations – Tiff- Good Conferences improvement – improvement-Come to school every day
    1. Stacy- Parent – 3 days of college applications day- improvement?
    2. Cathy Student – no celebrations – improvements – transfer students need more support
    3. Huyen- Student- improvement only one button for students w/disabilities for stairs, Dispoporationant ratio of minority students in IB classes
    4. Sam- Celebrations- Parent-teacher conferences- improvement keep upgrades
    5. Chayna: – Suggestion for Improvement: be on time turning in work, ask for help, and understand others.
    6. Annie -Celebrations 2 students she is working with  Improvements – getting freshmen to be excited
    7. Neveah – Celebration – being a senior – Improvement getting attendance up
  3. Improving Attendance at Kennedy There is an increase in attendance, but it is something we need to work on.  Critical factors- engage students and parents

We need to help with barriers

Current strategies- 

Calls/monitor data

Attendance contracts

celebrate good attendance

engagement team

Suggestions to help motivate students to come to school

minimize obstacles(personal reasons) Fill out a form.

Little incentives for students would work- 

Classroom incentives

Reports of lowest attendance classes 

  1. Strategies for increasing Enrollment at Kennedy

Review Data- Out of Boundary and out of District

Market the things we do to keep the students safe

Look at athletics 

Put signage around our building outside that promotes positives

Promote school culture, and positive relationships with peers and staff

Inclusive with all identities

Engage families to promote family ties

Have students visit our students

Graduation walk at elementary schools

Market our schools, clubs, unique sports

put these things on the websites

make it an interesting place to learn new facts they wouldn’t know about with welcoming and nice vibes

  1. Homecoming feedback

What works- stick with traditions

The game went well and halftime was good

Spirit had a lot of participation

What can change – Route of parade working on relationships

    DJ for HOCO

November will start covering budget

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Wednesday, September 14, 2022

CSC Meeting Agenda and Minutes

John F. Kennedy H.S.

2021-22 School Year

Date: 9.14.22 Time: 5 – 6

School Vision

As Commanders, we are advocates of our passions, challengers of inequity, and champions of change. We find P.R.I.D.E. (Professionalism, Respect, Inclusion, Dedication, and Excellence) in shaping a more inclusive global community and taking command of our role within that world.

Committee Members in Attendance: Stacy Gallegos, Lisa Borbon, Annie Walden-Newman, Tiffany Almon, Alissa Warren, Jennifer Nguyen, Sam Rognerud-Murray, Michelle Lopez 


Slide Deck & Recording
Warm Welcome and Celebrations 

Assign roles: 
Notetaker – Alissa Warren
Facilitator – Tiffany Almon
Process Observer
CSC 
Role of the CSC
CSC Does
CSC Does Not
CSC Membership
State of the School update
Major Improvement Strategies drive our decisions as a school
“Rigorous, Relevant, and Joyful Learning Experiences Through Equitable Instructional Practice”
“Response to Data that Equitably Supports Students Successfully Graduating Prepared for their Post Secondary Goals “
“Authentic Community Connection”
Every Learner Thrives → JFK students are OUR students; we all share responsibility in supporting every single student at JFK
Black Excellence Plan
In alignment with JFK’s UIP and the Black Excellence Resolution

At JFK, this includes:
Empathy interviews with our Black families and intentional outreach to be more inclusive
Commanders for Equity work → student talk protocols
All staff engaged in IDI work
Black Family Alliance in collaboration with Traylor & BVIS
Preliminary Transitional Performance Framework
Intentionally called “Preliminary Transitional” due to the fact that this data was collected with the barriers of COVID and the impacts after (ie. attendance).
This data is based on a new CDE framework, which is different from the prior frameworks unique to DPS. 
We MUST have a 95% participation rate(PSAT and SAT)  or we will be dropped as an entire band, regardless of our performance in any other category
Unified Improvement plan:
School Performance Plan
Fall Adjustment Update


Preliminary Transitional Performance Framework
1. Intentionally called “Preliminary Transitional” due to the fact that this data was collected with the barriers of COVID and the impacts after (i.e., attendance).
2. This data is based on a new CDE framework, which is different from the prior frameworks unique to DPS. 
3. We MUST have a 95% participation rate(PSAT and SAT), or we will be dropped as an entire band, regardless of our performance in any other category
Unified Improvement plan:
School Performance Plan
Fall Adjustment Update


As of 9/13, we had 789 students actively registered and enrolled students, which is 126 students short of our projections. This has a roughly $701,000 impact on our budget. 
We actively budgeted last year, carried forward some funds, and saved some additional funds, which has kept us in the black.


CSC Slide Deck

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