|John Glenn School Corporation|
2250 - INNOVATIVE PROJECTS
Any professional staff member or school improvement team may submit a proposal for an innovative program.
When a proposal is presented, it should be forwarded to the principal and, if approved, to the Superintendent.
Each proposal should contain a clear, adequate statement on each of the following:
|A.||Need - including importance relative to Corporation/school goals.|
|B.||Expected Result - including a description of how students, staff, or the Corporation will be different as a result of the project.|
|C.||Time Requirements - including any suggestions on how requirements can be met.|
|D.||Personnel Requirements - including types, qualifications, costs, and possible availability.|
|E.||Facilities/Equipment Requirements - including type, costs, and possible availability.|
|F.||Strategies/Methodologies - including evidence of effectiveness in other settings.|
|G.||Schedules - including suggestions for ameliorating any disruptions to current programs and schedules.|
|H.||Evaluation - including what criteria and standards will be used to judge the success or worthiness of the project.|
|I.||Follow-Up - including what could or should happen if the project results do or do not meet expectations.|
After all of the above has been completed and the written approval forwarded to the Superintendent, s/he shall review the proposal with relevant parties. If appropriate, a presentation to the Board may be arranged.
If approval is forthcoming and the project is implemented, a written evaluation by the professional staff involved will be prepared at a stage mutually agreed upon.