Identify issues of implementation from student, staff, curriculum and operational perspectives
The Transition to Middle Grades Districtwide Action Team has a total of 20 members; 13 are staff (including the District Facilitator, staff content lead and notetaker) and 5 are community members (including the Community Co-Chair). The staff include individuals from various central office departments (School and Program Improvement; Special Education; Counseling Services; Center for Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development; and Division of Schools) as well as principals, teachers and/or other instructional personnel from the following schools: Maxfield, Murray, Harding, Adams Spanish Immersion, Crossroads Montessori, Battle Creek Middle School. The community members include parents and representatives of the following schools, groups and/or organizations: Adams, Dayton’s Bluff, Parks and Recreation, St Paul Public Library, and Project Success.
The racial composition of the team (including Board Directors) is as follows*: 1 African-American, 1 American Indian, 1 Asian, 14 Caucasian, and 3 Hispanic.
* Unless self-identified as multi-racial, individuals who selected more than one race were counted in each racial category.
MEETING DATES AND TIMES+
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