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Provider

Strategic Education Collaborators

Contact Information

Primary

Dr. Scott Springston
74 Beaver Dr
Granby, CO 80446

Phone: 816-298-4760
Email: springstonsec@gmail.com

General Information

Website: scottspringston.com/
Type of Organization: For Profit Company
Organization is best described as: For-Profit
Age of Firm / Number of Years in Operation: 2 years
Level(s) services may be provided: - Middle
- High School
- District
Provides performance guarantees in contract: NO
Educational Services Provided Comprehensive & Effective Planning
Diagnostic Review
District Culture
Educator Effectiveness
Leadership
Organizational Structure and Resources
Professional Development
Program Evaluation Services
School and District Improvement
Unified Improvement Planning
21st Century Skills

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in Colorado:

Mike Page, Superintendent
West Grand School District
Kremmling, CO
970-724-3217
pagem@wgsd.us

Frank Reeves, Superintendent
East Grand School District
Granby, CO
970-887-2581
frank.reeves@egsd.org

Recent References:

Mike Page, Superintendent
West Grand School District
Kremmling, CO
970-724-3217
pagem@wgsd.us

Frank Reeves, Superintendent
East Grand School District
Granby, CO
970-887-2581
frank.reeves@egsd.org

The following are professional references reflecting my work as a contracted consultant performing duties for WestEd.

Dr. Andi Morecy, Executive Director/Principal
Honors Academy of Literacy
Reno, NV
775-737-4084
dr.andi@academyoflit.org

Dr. Kyle Konold, Executive Director
Delta Academy with Clark County School District
Las Vegas, NV
702-396-2252
kyle.konold@deltaacademylv.com

Mr. Walter Hackford, Superintendent
Mineral County School District
Hawthorne, NV
775-945-2403
hackfordw@mineral.k12.nv.us

Name of Schools/ Districts that this organization has served in other states:

The following are personal references reflecting professional work performed as a contracted consultant with WestEd.

Dr. Andi Morecy, Executive Director/Principal
Honors Academy of Literacy
Reno, NV
775-737-4084
dr.andi@academyoflit.org

Dr. Kyle Konold, Executive Director
Delta Academy with Clark County School District
Las Vegas, NV
702-396-2252
kyle.konold@deltaacademylv.com

Mr. Walter Hackford, Superintendent
Mineral County School District
Hawthorne, NV
775-945-2403
hackfordw@mineral.k12.nv.us

Qualifications of this Organization (licensure, trademark, etc.):

Staff with Strategic Education Collaborators have extensive school experience backgrounds from teaching, building administration and district level administrative experience. Our commitment is to hire consultants who have experience in schools and turnaround efforts that will be a value add to our clients. We have a full understanding and experiences that align with our clients' needs for a partner in their continuous improvement efforts.

Qualifications of Instructors/ Staff that Provide Services:

Dr. Scott Springston: Dr. Springston received his Education Doctorate from the University of Kansas in Teaching and Leadership and has over 20 years of service in public education including successful experience as a secondary science teacher, building administrator, Curriculum Director, Director of Title Programs, Professional Development Director, Human Resource Management Director and nine years as a superintendent of schools. His diverse experience includes work in districts ranging in size from 3,000 to 20,000 students. He has extensive experience with strategic planning, data driven decision approaches, collaboration facilitation, and district level administration strategic planning and board of education development. His professional approach is rooted in his expertise with strategic planning and development of continuous improvement processes that increase student achievement through the development of a mission driven school culture.

Cost:

Costs will be customized to the desired contracted services.
Diagnostic Reviews: general estimate.
Small: (50 – 100 students) $ 7,500 per school
Medium: (100 – 500 students) $ 11,500 per school
Large (500+) $ 16,500 per school
*Estimate base of $2,250 per day per for each Strategic Education Collaborators staff. This price includes all travel costs.
**Final contracted prices will be determined by the scope of services desired.

Explanation of how we are able to provide differentiated services to meet the individual needs of schools and districts.

Improvement Planning support must meet the following expectations. Providers will:
•Plan for, support and/or facilitate the improvement planning process with the school, grant implementation coach and district leadership
•Align and collaborate any technical assistance provided to the school/district with other entities, including CDE staff
•Provide facilitation and resources to the school for any of the following improvement planning elements to improve the quality of the school’s Unified Improvement Plan (UIP):
oSupport for data gathering and organizing (pre-planning for data analysis)
oReview of student performance data;
oIdentification of trends and performance challenges;
oPrioritization of performance challenges;
oRoot cause analysis and verification;
oTarget setting; and
oAction planning
•Ensure that the school’s UIP clearly identifies how the findings from the Diagnostic Review were used in the improvement planning process and prioritized within the Action Plan
•Ensure that the school’s school improvement plan meets the Diagnostic Review requirements as defined state education organization's criteria.

How will we evaluate our services and support to schools and districts and its effectiveness in school/ district/ student achievement?

Evaluation targets will be measured by successful deliverables of the contracted differentiated services.

Sample of services offered for a school or district:

Under 500 Students:

Services will be customized with the client and outlined in the contract.

500-1000 Students:

Services will be customized with the client and outlined in the contract.

1000+ Students:

Services will be customized with the client and outlined in the contract.

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