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  1. Chowan Middle School 2009-2010 Board Presentation

  2. Student Learning Goal #1 • By 2011, 75% of students in grades 6-8 will perform at a proficient level on writing assessments correlated to state accountability standards.

  3. Writing Data *Data reported is reflective of the new writing assessment piloted by NC which resulted in changes to the assessment format and rubric. Data is based on local scoring and the 2007-2008 formula. As a result, drawing comparisons between the 2007-2008 year and 2008-2009 year would be difficult.

  4. Student Learning Goal #2 • Each subgroup will meet AYP in reading and math as measured by No Child Left Behind.

  5. CMS AYP RESULTS by SUBGROUPS 2008-2009 NCLB Target = 43.2% Students With Disabilities 2008-2009 MET w/Safe Harbor – 42.5% 2007-2008 NOT MET - 18.2%

  6. CMSAYP RESULTS by SUBGROUPS 2008-2009 NCLB Target = 77.2% Students With Disabilities 2008-2009 MET w/Safe Harbor – 60.0% 2007-2008 NOT MET – 40.6%

  7. Student Learning Goal #3 • The percentage of students in each grade level meeting their individual expected growth in reading and math will meet the standard of “high growth” as measured by the North Carolina Accountability Standards.

  8. Expected Growth OVERALL COMPOSITE: 2007-2008=61.4% 2008-2009: 75.8% High Growth

  9. WritingAcross The Curriculum Staff Development on the writing process and scoring 6,7, & 8th grade portfolios 2nd year participating in State Writing Assessment Electronic Pilot CAPS Expanded awareness on weekly mini writing convention lessons

  10. *Students failing 2 or more classes **Select students based on need ***Students failing to complete assignments Week 37: Summer School, Academy, Placement, Retention, Testing Weeks 19, 25, 31: *Student Success Plans/PEPs revisited *Administrator conferences/letters mailed home *RTI review meetings: **Referral for testing, counselor services, bulldog buddy program, administrative contract and tutoring Week 13: *Student Success Plan/PEPs revisited (Parents called in for conference) *Administrator conferences/letters mailed home *RTI review meetings: **Referral for testing, counselor services, bulldog buddy program, administrative contract and tutoring Week 7: *Student Success Plan/PEP conferences *Administrator conferences/letters mailed home *RTI review meetings: Six weeks conferences held with teachers, administrators and A-team representative to discuss students failing two or more classes. Options include referring student for counselor services, bulldog buddy program, administrative contract and tutoring. Weeks 4-30: **Spring Training during Mon. HB (Math, Reading, Organizational and Study Skills) ***Penalty Box during Core Zero Week 0-3: **Academy/Corrective Reading Placement **Mentor program for 6th grade ***Homework lunch CMS Academic Interventions CMS Academic Pyramid Of Interventions

  11. NC QUEST Impact in the classroom: • Daily use by teachers • Teachers keep gaining more skills • Access for all students • Teacher community of learners • Technology is invisible – comfortable, casual, and natural • Emphasis is on learning, not the technology • Students spend more time on engaged learning tasks- collaborative, strategic, and energetic • Teacher is facilitator more of the time (McKenzie, J., 2002)

  12. Learning Team Plan 2009-2010 • Based on staff feedback from accreditation standards • 3 modules: • Data • EVAAS • Formal and informal • Technology • Cindy Phthisic • Application and integration • Literacy • Book study of Improving Reading, Writing, and Content Learning for Students in Grades 4-12 by Rosemarye Taylor • Differentiation

  13. Organizational Effectiveness Goal #1 • The total number of instructional hours lost annually due to inappropriate behavior will be less than 5,000. (Hours = Days x 6)

  14. Discipline Data

  15. Organizational Effectiveness Goal #2 • CMS will improve the atmosphere of trust and mutual respect that promotes the creation of and adherence to a shared vision. 90% of the faculty and staff will respond positively to questions regarding working conditions and school climate on the annual surveys.

  16. The Survey Says….

  17. Organizational Effectiveness Goal #3 • CMS will increase students’ perceptions of safety and school engagement. 90% of the students will respond positively to questions on the annual safety and climate surveys related to feeling safe at school and being contributing members of the school community.

  18. The Survey Says…. *Percentage answering agree or strongly agree.

  19. OUT OF SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT CENTER OUT-OF-SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS ADMINISTRATOR INITIATED PARENT MEETING At or before 4th referral, parent will be informed of last options with clearly defined disciplinary steps if the behavior continues. REFERRAL TO ADMINISTRATION STAFFING Parents will be invited in to begin a Functional Behavior Assessment and create a Student Success Plan for correcting the behavior. Parents should be informed that office referrals will begin if improvement is not observed. TEACHER ASSIGNED AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION TEAMING/REFERRAL TO COUNSELOR 1st-Team meets with student and calls parents. 2nd-Team meets with student, calls parents and develops Student Success Plan; additional personnel such as counselor, administrator, and staff with expertise in particular areas may be involved. The student will be referred to the counselor to determine what non-punitive interventions the support staff or outside agencies may be able to provide help the student. be successful. CLASSROOM INTERVENTIONS Discussion of problem, modification of classroom, success plans, and identification of ways to help the student successfully meet expectations will be used. Consequences include warnings, time out, silent lunch, in-team and parent contacts. POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT Character lessons, explicit instruction of the PBS matrix and procedures, and recognition of positive behavior will be used to encourage positive behavior. CMS Behavior Interventions CMS Behavior Pyramid of Interventions

  20. Core Zero Goals and projects aligned with the school improvement plan Continuous Development of Clubs Commitment and support of the CMS faculty and staff Support from School Administrators Students desiring to have more involvement in the development of student activities

  21. Penalty box; reduce the number of failures More collaboration with community state holders; State Employees, Becky Wilder (yearbook) , 4-H Continuous Development of Clubs Development of social skills Remediation for students with weak academic skills Participation in more school wide and community based projects More interaction between students & teachers (multi-grade levels) Leadership roles being shifted and developed by students

  22. Communication

  23. Questions