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    Slide 1:Henry Ford Academy Annual Report 2006 -2007 School Year PA-25/NCLB

    Slide 2:Reporting Categories

    SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 3:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 4:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT VISION

    To be the national model in public education for innovative teaching, active learning, and responsible global citizenship.

    Slide 5:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT MISSION

    HFA provides a rigorous, relevant, and unique educational experience to a diverse student body. The Academy community develops critical thinkers, life long learners, and responsible citizens prepared for college, career, and the global society.

    Slide 6:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SCHOOL-WIDE Goals

    All students will make AYP All students will be accepted to a four-year college/university All students will demonstrate civic responsibility in school and the greater community

    Slide 7:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Adequate Yearly Progress

    Testing Strategies course for Juniors Conducted two ACT Simulations Used results to target instruction 100% Attendance for Michigan Merit Exam

    Slide 8:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Adequate Yearly Progress NCA SUBJECT GOALS

    Math: All students will know and be able to apply problem solving strategies. Science: All students will be able to interpret data and draw conclusions.

    Slide 9:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Adequate Yearly Progress NCA SUBJECT GOALS

    English: All students will be able to read for comprehension and summarize written information. Social Studies: All students will be able to write a persuasive essay using supporting evidence.

    Slide 10:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT College Culture

    9th College visit within tri-county 10th College visit within state 11th College visit out of state

    Slide 11:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT College Culture

    College Campus Tours Eastern Michigan University Michigan State University Madonna University Olivet College Oakland University Lawrence Tech University Baker College University of Toledo University of Chicago Loyola University

    Slide 12:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT College Culture

    MACAC College Fair 14 On-Site Admission Sessions 28 College/Universities visits to HFA 3 Branches of the Military (Army, Marines & Air Force) College Transitions Workshop/U of M Dearborn

    Slide 13:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT College Culture

    SOPHOMORE CLASS University of Michigan/Dearborn (Full tour & College Readiness Workshop)

    Slide 14:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT College Culture

    JUNIOR CLASS Chicago, Illinois Trip Toured Colleges & Universities Visited Cultural Sites

    Slide 15:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Responsibility

    30% drop in suspensions REP (Reaching Educational Potential) program for select sophomores Peer mediation for all grade levels Citizenship grades on report cards

    Slide 16:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Responsibility

    Lunch Buddies (Big Brothers/Big Sisters & Ford Volunteer Network) Roundtable Discussions (Detroit Economic Service Corp & Ford Volunteer Network)

    Slide 17:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS CURRICULUM ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 18:STAFF PROFILE

    3.0 Administrators 2.0 Office Managers 1.5 Counselors 0.25 Technology Coordinator 1.25 Teacher Consultants 1.0 Senior Practicum Coordinator 22 Full-Time Instructors 1 Para-Professional (Special Ed) 4 Student Monitors

    Slide 19:STAFF PROFILE

    Two Teachers on Full-Year Permit (degreed in the subject area and working on certification) All other Teachers are highly qualified (degreed and certified in their field)

    Slide 20:STAFF PROFILE

    Contracted Services Special Ed Support Services Substitute Services Transportation Custodial/Maintenance Security Food Services Technology Support Accounting Human Resources Shipping & Receiving

    Slide 21:STAFF PROFILE Professional Development

    Teacher Institute 9 full days Curator Fair Ford Volunteer Network Project Based Instruction Relationships Blackboard Team Building

    Slide 22:STAFF PROFILE Professional Development

    Teacher Institute 5 half days Curator Chats Project Exhibition Similarities & Differences Summarizing & Note Taking Praise & Recognition

    Slide 23:STAFF PROFILE Professional Development

    All Staff Conference 1 full day THF Resources & Programs Museum Master Planning

    Slide 24:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 25:CURRICULUM New Courses

    Spanish 2 Ford PAS - Modules 3&4 Academic English (LEP) World Religions Fashion Illustration College 101

    Slide 26: CURRICULUM New Technology

    Completed installation of Opti-Man (Internet connection through RESA) Qualified for E-rate funding Synchroneyes CS2 Web Bundle (Creative Suite) MiVHS-Plato/Credit Recovery

    Slide 27:CURRICULUM New Textbook Purchases

    Spanish 2 Textbooks Integrated Science 3 Forensic Science World Religions

    Slide 28:CURRICULUM Dual Enrollment

    27 students completed Dual Enrollment courses at Henry Ford Community College (145% Increase)

    Slide 29:CURRICULUM Virtual Learning

    15 students enrolled in Michigan Virtual High School

    Slide 30:CURRICULUM Acceleration/Remediation

    A.C.E. (Accelerated Curricular Experience) 31 sophomores qualified Project Graduation (Tutorial) 63 students enrolled 45 completed the program

    Slide 31:CURRICULUM Off-Site Experiences

    Career Day Comerica Park Holocaust Museum Arab Museum/Mosque Dearborn Centennial Library University of Michigan-Dearborn Oakland County Court Freedom Writers

    Slide 32:CURRICULUM Off-Site Experiences

    Cedar Point Physics Day River Rouge Project YES Expo Dearborn Police Department Frankenstein MacBeth Robotics Tournament at WSU

    Slide 33:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 34:STUDENT DATA Recruitment Class of 2011

    382 students applied 24 communities in applicant pool 20 communities accepted in lottery

    Slide 35:STUDENT DATA Enrollment 06-07

    TOTAL ENROLLMENT 482 Freshmen 125 Sophomores 125 Juniors 119 Seniors - 113

    Slide 36:STUDENT DATA Enrollment 06-07

    (47%) Males (53%) Females 70% African American 18% Caucasian 3% Hispanic 2% Middle Eastern 7% Multi-Ethnic

    Slide 37:STUDENT DATA Enrollment

    32 Students (7%) are in the Special Education Program 168 Students (36%) are in the Free/Reduced Lunch Program

    Slide 38:STUDENT DATA Academic Performance

    GRADE POINT AVERAGES BY GRADE 05-06 / 06-07 Comparison FRESHMEN 2.23/2.44 SOPHOMORES 2.31/2.38 JUNIORS 2.53/2.58 SENIORS 2.61/2.65

    Slide 39:STUDENT DATA Academic Performance

    73 Students GPA > 3.5 73 Students GPA > 3.0, <3.5 Total Average GPA 2.51 31% of students on Honor Roll

    Slide 40:STUDENT DATA Discipline

    EXPULSION 1 SUSPENSIONS 111 13 Inappropriate Behavior 34 Disrespectful Behavior 3 Dress Code 9 Fighting 22 Truancy 7 Excessive Referrals 23 Other

    Slide 41:STUDENT DATA Attendance

    Average Daily Attendance Rate 95.5%

    Slide 42:STUDENT DATA Retention (Students who were enrolled on count day 2006 to count day 2007) Average Retention Rate = 95.7%

    C/O 2010 97% retained (9>10) C/O 2009 93% retained (10>11) C/O 2008 97% retained (11>12)

    Slide 43:STUDENT DATA Co-Curricular Club Participation

    ART CLUB 15 DANCE 40 DIVERSITY CLUB - 20 DRAMA - 25 GARDEN CLUB - 8 GERMAN NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 20 MOCK TRIAL - 13

    Slide 44:STUDENT DATA Co-Curricular Club Participation

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 39 ROBOTICS 22 SENIOR COUNCIL 20 SERVICE CLUB - 26 STRATEGIC GAMES - 10 STUDENT COUNCIL 12

    Slide 45:STUDENT DATA Co-Curricular Sports Participation

    CO-Ed GOLF 14 CO-Ed CROSS-COUNTRY 25 CO-Ed CHEERLEADING - 15 GIRLS BASKETBALL 15 BOYS BASKETBALL 13 + 9 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 15 BOYS BASEBALL 12 GIRLS SOFTBALL 18

    Slide 46:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 47:SENIOR STATISTICS Class of 2007

    96% of the seniors graduated in June 100% of graduating seniors had post-secondary plans 33% received the Michigan Promise Scholarship ($4,000 scholarship based on MEAP/MME) 10 students received the Michigan Competitive Scholarship Award

    Slide 48:SENIOR STATISTICS College Acceptance

    72 Attending Competitive Four-Year Colleges & Universities Michigan State University University of Michigan Kentucky State University Eastern Michigan University Wayne State University Tuskegee University Lawrence Tech University Bowling Green University Ferris State University University of Tennessee

    Slide 49:SENIOR STATISTICS College Acceptance

    36 Attending Non-Competitive Colleges/Armed Services Henry Ford Community College Schoolcraft Community College Baker College United States Marines

    Slide 50:SENIOR STATISTICS Financial Awards

    40% of the Senior Class Received Scholarships & Grants Totaling up to $821,026 (147% Increase)

    Slide 51:SENIOR STATISTICS Persistence to Graduation (Freshman > Graduation)

    77% Freshmen 141 Graduating Seniors - 108

    Slide 52:SENIOR STATISTICS Drop-Out Rate (Seniors who did not graduate or go to another K-12 school)

    4% Drop Out Rate 5 students

    Slide 53:SENIOR STATISTICS Senior Mastery Process

    113 seniors completed internships at 73 different workplaces covering all 6 career pathways.

    Slide 54:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 55:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION

    Education YES! (State) North Central Association (Regional) No Child Left Behind (National) Testing Program EPAS Explore PLAN MME (ACT/MEAP)

    Slide 56:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION Education YES!

    Received a Grade of B Michigan School Report Card Based on Self-Assessment Overall MEAP Scores (Average) (3rd Time)

    Slide 57:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION Education YES!

    Completed Self-Assessment Rubric Measuring: Management Systems Continuous Improvement Curriculum Alignment Instructional Quality Arts/Humanities Advanced Coursework Family Involvement Attendance & Drop Out 4 Year Plan (EDP) Facilities

    Slide 58:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION Education YES!

    Completed Self-Assessment Rubric Measuring: Management Systems Continuous Improvement Curriculum Alignment Instructional Quality Arts/Humanities Advanced Coursework Family Involvement Attendance & Drop Out 4 Year Plan (EDP) Facilities

    Slide 59:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION NCA Regional Accreditation

    Accreditation renewal for the 2006-2007 year North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement Status: Accredited without warning

    Slide 60:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION No Child Left Behind

    Made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Based on Overall MEAP Scores (Average) (1st Time) Disaggregated MEAP Scores (Average) Graduation Rate (+) c/o 2006 = 85.44%

    Slide 61:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION Standardized Testing

    EXPLORE (Grade 9 - c/o 2010) PLAN (Grade 10 c/o 2009) MME/ACT (Grade 11 c/o 2008) MME/MEAP (Grade 12 c/o 2007)

    Slide 62:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION Explore (c/o 2010)

    Slide 63:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION PLAN (c/o 2009)

    Slide 64:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION ACT (c/o 2008) (1st testing cycle)

    HFA Average 17.9 State Average 18.9 National Average 21.2 HFA Highest Score 29

    Slide 65:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MME/ACT (c/o 2008)

    Percent Scoring 1 & 2 (1st testing cycle) Math 29% Science 43% Reading 57% Writing 38% Soc Stud 90%

    Slide 66:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP c/o 2007

    Percent Scoring 1 & 2 (3rd testing cycle) Math 54% Science 57% Reading 76% Writing 64% Soc Stud 84%

    Slide 67:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP c/o 2007

    HFA Dearborn Detroit State Math 54% 47% 20% 54% Science 57% 49% 25% 60% Reading 76% 62% 47% 68% Writing 64% 55% 34% 56% Soc Stud 84% 75% 66% 78%

    Slide 68:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP Class Comparisons

    c/o 2007 c/o 2006 c/o 2005 (3rd time) (3rd time) (3rd time) Math 54% 53% 62% Science 57% 57% 60% Reading 76% 85% 90% Writing 64% 67% 73% Soc Stud 84% 35% 23%

    Slide 69:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP Sub-Groups

    c/o 07 Af Am Cauc Math 54% 41% 81% Science 57% 47% 81% Reading 76% 72% 87% Writing 64% 62% 74% Soc Stud 84% 76% 97%

    Slide 70:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP Sub-Groups

    c/o 07 M F Math 54% 61% 49% Science 57% 72% 46% Reading 76% 78% 74% Writing 64% 61% 67% Soc Stud 84% 87% 81%

    Slide 71:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP Sub-Groups

    c/o 07 SES Sp Ed Math 54% 13% 18% Science 57% 33% 36% Reading 76% 60% 27% Writing 64% 53% 18% Soc Stud 84% 60% 55%

    Slide 72:ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION MEAP CLOSING THE GAP

    Af Am 06 Cauc 06 Af Am 07 Cauc 07 Mth 43/40 38% 81% 41% 81% Sci 55/34 41% 96% 47% 81% Read 22/15 78% 100% 72% 87% Writ 7/12 67% 74% 62% 74% SST 61/21 17% 78% 76% 97%

    Slide 73:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 74:FINANCE/GOVERNANCE 05-06 Budget (Actuals)

    REVENUE $3,709,157 EXPENDITURES $3,711,238 SHORTFALL $2,081(Ford Fund) STATE PER PUPIL ALLOCATION $7,300 ACTUAL PER PUPIL COST $7,930

    Slide 75:FINANCE/GOVERNANCE 06-07 Budget (un-audited)

    REVENUE $3,861,260 EXPENDITURES $3,912,756 SHORTFALL $51,496 (Ford Fund) STATE PER PUPIL ALLOCATION $7,385 ACTUAL PER PUPIL COST $8,134

    Slide 76:FINANCE/GOVERNANCE Board of Directors

    Retired Mr. Timothy OBrien Ford Motor Company Dr. William Weber- S. Redford Superintendent Term Ended Ms. Cheryl Tate Parent Representative

    Slide 77:FINANCE/GOVERNANCE Board of Directors

    Appointed Mr. James Vella Ford Motor Company Fund Dr. John Sturock Allen Park Superintendent Ms. Mari Kisch Parent Representative

    Slide 78:FINANCE/GOVERNANCE Charter Renewal

    After an extensive review process Wayne RESA renewed the Academys charter to operate for an additional five-year term. The Academys contract with Wayne RESA will be up for renewal again on June 30, 2012.

    Slide 79:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 80:PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS Parents-As-Partners

    Newsletter with Tips for Parents Parent Website Maintained Parent Connect Expanded Parents as Adult Partners/Interviewers Chaperones

    Slide 81:PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS Parents-As-Partners

    Parent Fundraising Supported: Sound System Breakfast during MEAP Staff Appreciation Breakfast Scholarship for Most Improved Senior

    Slide 82:PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS Primary Partners

    The HENRY FORD FORD MOTOR COMPANY Wayne County RESA USDA Forest Service U of M Dearborn Dearborn City Government

    Slide 83:PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS The Henry Ford

    Editing Buddies Garden Club Curators Class Presenters Curator Chats NEH Summer Institute Fox News Network Mitt Romney Press Conference Practicum Placements Village Economics Liberty Craftworks Independent Studies

    Slide 84:PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS Ford Motor Company

    Ford Volunteer Network (Mock Interviews, BB/BS, Roundtable) Ford African Ancestry Network (Classroom Presentations) Ford Engineers (Robotics) Ford Shuttle Service (Robotics) Ford Lawyers (Mock Trial) Ford Rouge Factory Tours (Sophomores)

    Slide 85:PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS

    USDA Forest Service Arbor Day Career Day Garden Club Oxbow U of M Dearborn College Culture ACT Prep Gym Facilities Saturday Tutoring

    Slide 86:SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STAFF PROFILE CURRICULUM STUDENT DATA SENIOR STATISTICS ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION FINANCE/GOVERNANCE PARENTS/PARTNERSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

    Slide 87:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS 10th Anniversary Celebration 1997-2007

    All Staff Conference Presentation Commencement Exercises Dearborn Performing Arts Auditorium Superintendent Michael Flanagan, Keynoter New Logo Design Unveiled

    Slide 88:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS HFA in the News

    TIME MAGAZINE Article on Educational Reform December 2006 View at www.time.com

    Slide 89:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS HFA in the News

    Senior student completes practicum at Dearborn Fire Station Senior student helps save elderly man from fire View at Dearborn Press & Guide

    Slide 90:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS HFLI Chicago Replication

    Henry Ford Academy - Power House High Design Team & Advisory Board CPS Charter Approval Process Community Outreach Principal Selection Piloted Accreditation Process

    Slide 91:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS HFA Around the World German Connection

    One student spent the year in Germany HFA family hosted an exchange student from Germany Fifteen students participated in the Staufer-Gymnasium Exchange

    Slide 92:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS HFA Around the World Other Locations

    HFA family hosted an exchange student from Spain Three students spent summer in Costa Rica Two students spent summer in Thailand

    Slide 93:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS National Center for Education Statistics

    PISA (Program for International Student Assessment)

    Slide 94:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Student Showcase

    Senior Class Talent Show (Sold out Performance) Drama Club A Fairy Tale Courtroom (Student Produced and Directed)

    Slide 95:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Student Showcase

    Spanish Classes Cinco De Mayo Celebration Diversity Club Mix it Up Day

    Slide 96:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Careers

    First Career Day for all Freshmen & Sophomores held at Lovett Hall 46 businesses over the six career pathways were represented

    Slide 97:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Giving Back

    Service Club AIDS Walk Asthma Walk All Saints Kitchen Fall Warm-Up (Blanket Drive) Toys 4 Tots Red Cross Blood Drive Canned Food Drive

    Slide 98:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Giving Back

    National Honor Society All Saints Kitchen Thanksgiving Baskets Gleaners Food Pantry Ronald McDonald House

    Slide 99:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Giving Back

    Freshmen Class Muscular Dystrophy Walkathon Robotics Team Spring clean-up at the Judson Center Drama Club Presentation for THF Volunteer Luncheon

    Slide 100:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Sharing Best Practice

    School Improvement Process MDE Conference (Presentation) Office of School Improvement (Article in GMOSI)

    Slide 101:SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS Sharing Best Practice

    High Schools That Work Senior Mastery Process (Over 50 educators and administrators from Ohio spent two days at HFA learning about the senior year experience)

    Slide 102:Looking Ahead The Next Decade of EXCELLENCE without EXCUSE!

    Slide 103:Looking Ahead Smart Character Choices Building with Books

    Slide 104:Preparing Students for College, Career, and the Global Community Learn to Love Love to Learn

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT HFA Staff & Students