Pathways Opportunities for Student Success Family and Community Partnerships Successful Workforce ​​Safe and Secure Environment
Pillar IV: Establish Safe, Secure, Healthy, And Modern Learning Environments ​ ​ ​
OBJECTIVE IV.i:    CCPS establishes a welcoming culture of diversity in the learning/work environment. ​ ​ ​
OBJECTIVE IV.ii:   CCPS promotes a culture of respect and civility. ​ ​ ​
OBJECTIVE IV.iii:  CCPS collaborates internally and with community agencies to support students' health and well-being. ​ ​ ​
OBJECTIVE IV.iv:  CCPS provides safe and secure schools, facilities, and assets that serve our students and communities. ​ ​ ​
OBJECTIVE IV.v:   CCPS maintains modern schools, facilities, and resources that support the educational program. ​ ​ ​
Priority Focus Areas for 2018-19 Baseline Performance Performance Targets
2018-19 2022-23
Implementation of the Safe to Learn Act of 2018.

Expectations established by the Maryland Center for School Safety Subcabinet, Fall/Winter 2018

Adopt model policy on mental health services consistent with MSDE model policy

 

Complete safety evaluations as required by law

 

Establish CCPS threat assessment team and protocols and provide training

 

Extend GPS/ emergency communication capability in all contract school buses

Full implementation of the law.

At a minimum, maintain the Facilities Condition Index (FCI).September 2018 System-wide FCI 31%Reflected in the Board's annual CIP requestReflected in the Board's annual CIP request
Creating a welcoming culture of diversity, respect, and civility throughout CCPS.

2017-18 Major Referrals:

 

Classroom disruption = 1588

Bullying = 144

Sexual harassment = 81

Fighting = 253

Disrespect = 1570

Decrease Major Referrals by 2% from 2017-18:

 

Classroom disruption = 1556

Bullying = 141

Sexual harassment = 79

Fighting = 248

Disrespect = 1539

Decrease Major Referrals by 10% from 2017-18:

 

Classroom disruption = 1429

Bullying = 130

Sexual harassment = 73

Fighting = 228

Disrespect = 1413