Requirements for school leaders for the start of the new school year: the issue of the magazine dedicated to DS, vice-principals, partners in DS and staff numbers coming

Also this year, a comprehensive guide to DS on the fulfillment of the new school year, integrated and updated in the content.
Many topics addressed and will be addressed by Angelo Prontera with the reopening of the school: Teacher Training Colleges, department councils and definition of agendas, circulars for the start of the year, the start of the school’s supplementary negotiations and other deadlines already planned.

A series of commitments that will engage schools from the first days of September: hence the common need for this guide, a kind of handbook in support of DS, with a strong regulatory inquiry for each topic addressed.

A preview of the index for the July-2 issue. September 2022 in release and available online as early as the end of July.

INDEX

Condition

  1. School questionnaire: must be completed by 31 August 2022
  2. The first teachers’ college in the new school year
    1. Functions of the teaching staff
    2. The teaching staff as an operational core with weak ties
    3. The gender equality relationship between the teaching staff and DS
    4. When does the teaching body join and by whom is it convened
    5. The validity of the session and decisions
    6. The competencies of the teaching staff
  1. The agenda of the first academic board
    1. Establishment of the teaching staff and greeting / presentation of DS
    2. Identification of the faculty board secretary
    3. Oral approval of previous session
    4. Messages from DS
      1. Leader’s partners: appointed by DS or elected by the college?
      2. Appointment of plexus leaders
      3. Hiring of management staff
      4. Appointment of the secretaries of the Cross, Interclass and Class Councils
      5. Appointment of cross, class and class coordinators
      6. Appoint civic education teacher coordinators for each class
      7. Appointment of GLI (Working Group for Inclusion)
      8. Constitution, composition and function of GLO (Operational Working Group for Inclusion)
      9. Relationships and collaborations with external professionals from associations, social cooperatives, non-profit organizations, bodies that support students with disabilities
      10. Designate contacts for the prevention and contrast of bullying and cyberbullying
      11. Establishment and reduction of anti-bullying teams
    5. Decision of the school year 2022/2023 subdivision
    6. Articulation of the Education Body in Vertical Departments – Identification of Coordinators
    7. Identification of instrumental features: criteria, procedures and commission for processing applications
    8. Identification and designation of the institution’s contact person for DSAs
      1. What functions does the school’s contact person have for students with SLD?
    9. Proposed criteria for identifying the rapporteur for the civic education institute
      1. What tasks does the contact person at the civic education institute have?
    10. Different and possible
  1. The agenda for the second teaching staff before the start of the lessons
    1. Messages from DS
      1. Delivery and signing of pedagogical co-responsibility pact
      2. Independent minor student output communication
      3. The in-depth teacher in literary subjects: expresses an independent evaluation?
      4. Empowerment teacher: attending class councils?
      5. Empowerment Teachers: Can They Perform Alternative Activities to the Catholic Religion?
    2. Suggestions for assigning teachers to classes, sections and complexes
      1. Who is responsible for assigning teachers to placements within the same municipality and to placements in different municipalities?
    3. Proposed criteria for formulating the weekly schedule for the classes
      1. The lesson plan or the teaching unit as a pedagogical and organizational variable
    4. Proposal and adoption of the annual plan for the activities of the teaching staff (art.28, c. 4 CCNL 2006-2009)
      1. Collegial activity and holidays for teachers
    5. Joint entrance exams
    6. Establishment of teacher assessment committees
      1. How many and which members does the Teacher Assessment Committee consist of after the amendment introduced by Act 107/2015?
      2. Who does the committee for evaluating teachers during the training and trial period consist of?
      3. How does the college “select” the teachers to be part of the assessment committee?
      4. Are the structure, extended composition and functions of the Committee for the Evaluation of Teachers as reworded by Act 107/2015 still valid?
    7. Tutor designation for newly hired teachers
    8. Identification and appointment / confirmation of digital animator
      1. Who identifies the digital animator in school?
      2. Is the digital animator identified for three years or annually?
      3. What are the three areas where the CEO will be able to develop strategic planning in the school?
      4. What is the profile of the digital animator?
      5. Is the annual fee of 1000 euros a fee for the digital animator or a contribution to the school?
    9. Pedagogical-didactic planning of an alternative activity to the Catholic religion
    10. Criteria for identifying teachers in alternative activities to the Catholic religion
      1. Methods of using staff for activities alternative to the Catholic religion
      2. The criteria for identifying the staff available to lend excess hours for alternative activities up to a maximum of 6 hours
      3. What are the limits and prohibitions on the allocation of alternative posts?
    11. Criteria for using teachers in empowerment activities
    12. Exceptions validity of the school year
    13. Establishment of the School Sports Center (CSS)
      1. Who is part of CSS?
  1. THAT first school council in the new school year
    1. Composition of the department’s board
    2. Attributions of CdI
    3. New features in CdI
  1. The school councils’ agendas at the beginning of the school year
  2. The school regulations must be approved or updated in the CdI
  3. General directive from DS to DSGA
  4. ATA staff activity plan
  5. The school supplement negotiation: should it start before 15 September?
  6. The annual review of the PTOF
    1. The address of the DS for the teaching staff: is it also necessary for the annual audit of the PTOF?
  7. From the annual inclusion plan (PAI) to the inclusion plan (PI)
  8. The annual program: the approval process by 31 December
  1. Circulars for the beginning of the school year
    1. Procedure for identifying instrumental features in the training offer plan
    2. Willingness to hold alternative activities for teaching the Catholic religion
    3. Prevention and management of pediculosis in schools
    4. Participation in accident insurance and liability insurance for students and staff
    5. Presentation of projects to expand the educational offer
    6. Project presentation Risk areas, with a strong immigration process and against school marginalization
    7. Convening of meetings and printing of elections for the renewal of parent representatives in cross, class and class councils
    8. Notice of election for renewal of the Club or Department Council
    9. Communication to families about the personal annual number of hours and exceptions for the validity of the school year 2022/2023
    10. Circular uindependent departure of students at the end of teaching activities (art.19-bis, L. 172/2017) – as 2022/2023
    11. Application directive of the department’s internal provisions on student supervision
      1. DS’s responsibility in the organization of supervision: the culpa in the organization
  1. Drug administration at school
  2. Update of the declaration of availability on the school’s website about AGID: no later than 23 September each year
    1. What is the accessibility statement
    2. What does the lack of availability statement for DS mean?
  1. CENSIS School Managers Questionnaire 2022: before September
  2. Updating the national student register: SIDI operates from mid-September to mid-October
  3. Transfer of public advertising expenditure: from 1 to 30 September each year
  4. International days and anniversaries in the first part of the school year

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