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  1. The Lawrence SchoolBIT PresentationSeptember 22, 2006 Team LINE: Lawrence Initiative— No Excuses

  2. A little BIT that tells a lot about Lawrence…

  3. Enza Macri Principal Amy Rumberger LA Consultant Eve Fiorica Internal Literacy Facilitator Kristen Bradley External Literacy Facilitator Katie Seifert Special Education Teacher Susan Malecky Speech/Language Pathologist Lisbeth Scianna DEAL Teacher Sue Imai Kindergarten Teacher Sue Shippee Lopez Grade 1 Teacher Karen Share Grade 2 Teacher Carrie Nelson Grade 3 Teacher Erin DeToro Grade 4 Teacher Nancy Santostefano Grade 5 Teacher Marisa Frisk ESL Teacher Building Instructional Team

  4. The Lawrence School Mission Statement The Lawrence School is a partnership of diverse learners, educators, families and community members that instill an abiding love of learning, a passion to promote high achievement of academic skills and emotional self-awareness necessary to become respectful contributors to the community.

  5. The Lawrence Schoolat a glance… 2005/2006 Diverse Needs: • 30% Eligible for Free/Reduced Meals • 15% Special Education • 9% ESL 144 Female 204 Male 338 Total Students A Multicultural Community: • Asian American 14% • Black 24% • Hispanic 14% • White 47% • American Indian 2 students Total Retentions: 2005-06: 1 (K) 2004-05: 12 (K-1) 97% Participation in Parent/Teacher Conferences

  6. The Lawrence SchoolPopulation

  7. Dominant LanguagesESL Students

  8. Attendance 2004-2005 Number and Percent of Students Exceeding 10 Absences 2005-2006 Number and Percent of Students Exceeding 10 Absences STAFF ATTENDANCE: Average days absent: 7 days Two maternity leaves One extended medical leave – school year 2005/2006

  9. Student Mobility 2005-2006Total Percent Change

  10. The Lawrence School Positive Behavioral Supports • Foster behavioral expectations based • on mutual respect • Continue implementation of • Second Step Social Skills program • Utilize student behavioral • conduct reports and reflections • sheets • Showcase student achievement • through bulletin board recognition • Promote student achievement at • school-wide assemblies • Provide extra rewards for students • “caught being good” • Present students with awards on a • monthly basis at school assemblies Decrease in Behavioral Referrals and Suspensions from September 2005 through June 2006

  11. The Lawrence School Four Step Process 2005-2006

  12. Grade LevelAssessments

  13. Kindergarten through Fifth GradeAssessments • Standardized Assessments • Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test • 3rd Edition (K) • Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early • Literacy Skills (K-3) • TerraNova (1-3) • Connecticut Mastery Tests (3-5) • Blue Ribbon Assessments (5) • LAS Links (K-5) • Additional Assessments • Kindergarten Check List (K) • Concepts About Print (K) • DIAL-3 (K) • Developmental Reading • Assessment (K-3) • Running Records (K-5) • Portfolio Assessment (K-5) • Writing Prompts (K-5) • District Spelling Assessments (1-5) • Houghton Mifflin Assessments (K-5) • McGraw Hill Math Assessments (1-5)

  14. English Language Proficiency Assessment

  15. English Language LearnersEnglish Language Proficiency Assessment Overall Proficiency 2005-2006

  16. Peabody Picture Vocabulary TestPPVT-III

  17. KindergartenPeabody Picture Vocabulary Test-III 2005-2006

  18. DIBELSDynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills

  19. KindergartenDIBELS 2005-2006Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills Initial Sound Fluency Letter Naming Fluency

  20. KindergartenDIBELS 2005-2006 Phoneme Segmentation Fluency Nonsense Word Fluency

  21. First GradeDIBELS 2005-2006 Letter Naming Fluency Phoneme Segmentation Fluency

  22. First GradeDIBELS 2005-2006 Nonsense Word Fluency Oral Reading Fluency

  23. Second GradeDIBELS 2005-2006 Nonsense Word Fluency Oral Reading Fluency

  24. Third GradeDIBELS 2005-2006 Oral Reading Fluency

  25. TerraNova

  26. First GradeTerraNova Assessment 2005-2006Percentage of Objectives Mastered AT: Analyze Text BU: Basic Understanding EEM: Evaluate and Extend Meaning IRS: Identify Reading Strategies MW: Multimeaning Words OC: Oral Comprehension WC: Words in Context WM: Word Meaning

  27. Second GradeTerraNova Assessment 2005-2006Percentage of Objectives Mastered AT: Analyze Text BU: Basic Understanding EEM: Evaluate and Extend Meaning IRS: Identify Reading Strategies MW: Multimeaning Words OC: Oral Comprehension WC: Words in Context WM: Word Meaning

  28. Third GradeTerraNova Assessment 2005-2006Percentage of Objectives Mastered AT: Analyze Text BU: Basic Understanding EEM: Evaluate and Extend Meaning IRS: Identify Reading Strategies MW: Multimeaning Words OC: Oral Comprehension WC: Words in Context WM: Word Meaning

  29. Houghton Mifflin Assessments

  30. Houghton Mifflin Theme AssessmentsKindergarten through Grade Five Average Scores 2005-2006

  31. Connecticut Mastery Tests

  32. Connecticut Mastery TestsReading

  33. Connecticut Mastery Test Total Reading 2005-2006

  34. Connecticut Mastery TestDegrees of Reading Power 2005-2006

  35. Connecticut Mastery Test Reading Comprehension Content Strands 2005-2006

  36. Grade 5 Comparison on Blue Ribbon and 2006 CMT Scores in Reading

  37. Connecticut Mastery TestsWriting

  38. Connecticut Mastery Test Total Writing 2005-2006

  39. Connecticut Mastery Test Direct Assessment of Writing 2005-2006

  40. Connecticut Mastery Test Editing and Revising 2005-2006 Percent Mastered by Content Strand

  41. Grade 5 Comparison on Blue Ribbon and 2006 CMT Scores in Editing and Revising

  42. Connecticut Mastery TestsMath

  43. Connecticut Mastery Test Mathematics 2005-2006

  44. Challenges in MathGrade 3

  45. Challenges in MathGrade 4

  46. Challenges in MathGrade 5

  47. Grade 5 Comparison of Blue Ribbon and 2006 CMT Scores in Math

  48. Connecticut Mastery TestsSubgroups:Reading

  49. CMT Reading Performance for ELL Students2006

  50. CMT Reading Performance for Special Education Students2006