Principal Leadership Coaching

  • R3 Coaches will work with campus leaders individually to fashion an action plan for professional and organizational growth aligned to the Effective Schools Framework and T-PESS. R3 Coaches will provide multifaceted support by collaboratively identifying key action steps and skills to support leadership development. Leaders will also participate in a Professional Learning Community of leaders to share ideas, challenges, solutions and deepen knowledge.  Through participation, the Leader will develop a portfolio of various artifacts reflective of their efforts and growth.

    • 6 On-site campus coaching visits
    • 6 Off-site PLC meeting
    • 3 Follow-up Opportunities
    • 5 Principal PLC Meetings at Region 3
    • Unlimited technical support via email or phone

    FREE!
    Two-day Impact Coaching Training or 1 other Leadership Professional Development Opportunity

Services Provided to Participating Districts/Campuses:

  • Professional Learning Community Meeting #1:
    (September-2 hours)
    The first PLC meeting will focus on building relationships to support and foster collaboration. The group will discuss the initial principal self-assessment, format and purpose of the faculty survey, and campus data. The self-assessment and campus survey will focus on the prioritized levers of the ESF:
    Campus Visit #1
    (Late August/Early September-2 hours)
    Campus walk-through and review of the ESF, discuss surveys, and most recent campus data. Coaches will work with the participant to identify action steps and goals for the year. The participant will send their draft action steps and goals to the coach prior to the next scheduled visit.
    Campus Visit #2
    (October/November -1-2 hours)
    Coaches and participants will discuss action steps and goals to envision the impact of improvement efforts aligned to the ESF. They will collaboratively establish timelines, benchmarks and metrics to monitor progress. They will also identify professional development opportunities, professional readings, and networking opportunities to support plan implementation.
    Follow up Call #1
    (December-20 Minutes)
    Coaching conversation to discuss progress. The coach will work with the participant to determine specific supports they may need, and provide guidance on solutions and resources.
    Professional Learning Community Meeting #2
    (January- 2 hours)
    A facilitated group discussion focused on current issues, common challenges, mind sets, and progress thus far in the program. Planning for mid-point assessment to measure progress toward accomplishing goals in the action plan.
    Campus Visit # 3
    (January- 1-2 hours)
    Coaching conversation to discuss progress. Campus “Walk Around” with the Principal. Observe the participant with students, staff, and teachers. Mid-point progress check on actions and goal attainment through collaborative analysis of artifacts and metrics. Identify mid-course changes if necessary.
    Follow up Call #2
    (February- 20-30 minutes)
    Coaching conversation to discuss progress. The coach will work with the participant to determine specific supports they may need, and provide guidance on solutions and resources.
    Campus Visit #4
    (March- 1-2 hours)
    Coaching conversation to discuss progress and STAAR/EOC preparation. The coach will work with the participant to determine specific supports they may need, and provide guidance on solutions and resources.
    Follow up Call #3
    (April- 15-20 minutes)
    Coaching conversation to discuss progress. The coach will work with the participant to determine specific supports they may need, and provide guidance on solutions and resources.
    Professional Learning Community Meeting #3
    (May- 1.5-2 hours)
    A facilitated group discussion focused on current issues, common challenges, mind sets, and progress thus far in the program.
    Campus Visit #5
    (May- 1-2 hours)
    Coaching conversation to discuss progress. Visit will be scheduled during a school event to observe the participant in a different situation. Coaching conversation about the event and other topics of interest to the participant. Participant and coach will discuss the end of year self-assessment of goals and return to the coach ASAP. Post-program campus survey.
    Campus Visit #6
    (June- 1-2 hours)
    Coaching conversation to discuss the participants final self-assessment, campus survey results, and progress made during the year. Coach and participant will start to identify ESF aligned goals and actions for the next school year.