A LYS Superintendent shares the following:
I was recently listening to a principal discuss The Foundation Trinity with a group of teachers during professional development. The principal concluded that the success of the campus was due to implementation of The Foundation Trinity.
My response… “Sort of.”
Certainly, The Foundation Trinity is an excellent system, but simply going through the motions is not enough. Just as The Fundamental 5 can have an impact on instruction. But in isolation, that’s not enough.
The Foundation Trinity is a system that if worked properly will identify the strengths and weaknesses in your school. But so what? Too many people stop there, but that is where the real work begins. Because the real question is, what are you going to do to address the problems identified by The Foundation Trinity?
In too many cases, the answer is virtually nothing.
So, don’t deceive yourself into thinking that doing Common Assessments, Power Walks, and The Fundamental 5 are enough. Those are the core components of your system and will identify who is learning, who is not learning, and why. The real question is, what are you going to do about it?
Think. Work. Achieve.