Workgroups are a diverse group of leaders from various levels and departments that organize, problem-solve, communicate and collaborate to identify recommendations that align strategies and resources to support the implementation of the MTSS framework.
The Workgroup Structure
A Workgroup consists of three parts: A Core Team, Task Forces and Focus Groups
The Core Team includes leaders with expertise in content and topic areas who problem-solve and are responsible for determining solutions.
- Task Forces are formed at the direction of the Core Team to meet specific objectives and goals related to the WIGs (Wildly Important Goals). Task Force members serve until the assigned task is complete.
Focus Groups are formed at the direction of the Core Team to receive warm and cool feedback on tasks, implementation and professional development plans.
Academic Leadership Team (ALT)
Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, Executive Directors, and Executive Coordinators are responsible for setting the WIGs (Wildly Important Goals) in alignment with the District Strategic plan. This body assigns tasks related to the District WIGs to the Workgroup Core Teams.