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  1. Franklin Academy High School 2009-2010

  2. Today’s Agenda • Welcome and thank you • Introduction of new and old staff members • Back to Basics • Review this years handbook • Looking Ahead… • RTI/IST • PBIS • E-school • NovaNet • Success in sight

  3. Introductions/Recognitions • New Faces • Office and Custodial Staff • Guidance Staff

  4. 2008-2009 Year in review • Assessment • Regents Results • Regents Comparisons • School Accountability – AYP Status (2 years) • SAT Results • Discipline Data • Comparison Data for last 3 years • Graduation Rate – BOCES Comparison • Looking ahead…

  5. FA Regents Results

  6. SAT Results

  7. Regents Comparisons

  8. Regents Comparisons

  9. School Accountability - AYP English Language Arts - 2008 Mathematics - 2008

  10. School Accountability - AYP English Language Arts - 2009 Mathematics - 2009

  11. Discipline Data

  12. BOCES Districts 4-year graduation rate by cohort

  13. Miscellaneous Information • Faculty/Staff Handbook is online www.malonecsd.org – click on Franklin Academy – click on Faculty Links • Brief review • Daily Schedule • Staff absence form • Fire Exit Route • Supply Request Form • BOCES Printing Request Form • Sign Out Record Book • BOCES Staff Development Form – due September 4 • Substitutes • School website • E-school attendance Reminder: Check e-mail daily

  14. Looking Ahead… • Full Literacy team in place (representatives from each department) • Professional Development Team – focused staff development on departmental goals • TERC Data team • IST – Instructional Support Team • PBIS – New Focus • Smart Scholars Early College High School Program

  15. First Day of School – September 3 • 8:00 – Freshman meet in auditorium • ·8:30 – Senior Class meeting • ·8:20 Bus Drills (sophomores and juniors) • ·9:20 – Student Assembly in Gym • Classes will be called down to the gym starting at 9:00 • Welcome our seniors • Club and Student Council Presentations (brief overview of their club) • ·9:50 – Students dismissed back to homeroom (teachers review schedules, lockers, procedures, handbook, handout agendas) • ·10:00 – Freshman meeting in gym – (expectations, procedures, lunch schedules, etc…) • ·11:00 through the end of the day – regular schedule

  16. Second Day – September 4 • 7:50-12:15 – regular schedule • 12:15 – students report to homerooms • 12:15 – 1:00 – Sophomore and Junior Class meeting – auditorium • 12:15 – 1:00 – Bus Drills – Freshman and Seniors • 1:00 – back to homerooms • 1:00 – 1:20 – Athletes meeting with Eileen (gym) • 1:20 – 2:00 – class meetings • Freshman – Gym • Sophomores – 401 • Juniors – 408 • Seniors - Auditorium • 2:00 – Students dismissed back to homeroom • 2:15 – Announcements • 2:25 - dismissal

  17. Operations – Lori Tourville • Athletics/Physical Education – Eileen Kilcullen • H1N1 – Michele Thomas • Testing room – Lee Trudeau • Personal information sheet – John Carr

  18. Moving forward… • Measurable goals – SMART Goal Template • Turned in by Friday • Grading policy defined to students (homework policy) • Open communication • Discipline • Collegiality • Commitment to our IST/RTI process • Monitoring student progress • Student referrals • Willingness to try something new

  19. Training/Meetings • E-school login – Wednesday 1:00 • Teacher Assistant, Teacher Aide, Monitor meeting – after this meeting

  20. The GENERATIONS

  21. Traditionalists • Loyal • Lived through two world wars and the Great Depression • Happy to have a job • Team players, greater good • Believe in institutions, very patriotic • Chain of command

  22. Baby Boomers • Optimism: they can make the world a better place • Question and protest the status quo • Largest generation = intense competition • Work-a-holics • Focus on who they are = “Me Generation”

  23. Generation X • Very independent • Non-traditional families, dual-career, single parent, high divorce rates, latch-key kids • Don’t trust institutions • Self-starters, prefer to work alone • First to benefit from computers • Smallest generation = competition for them

  24. Millennials • Protected • Studied, marketed to • Great with technology • Personal safety is important • Appreciate diversity • Participate in major family decisions, include their parents in their lives

  25. The Echo Boom/Millennials… • The Millennials are almost as large as the baby boom-some say larger - depending on how you measure them (approx. 81M). • The Millennials are the children born between 1982 and 2002 (peaked in 1990), a cohort called by various names: Echo Boom Generation Y Millennials Net Generation

  26. Millennials • This generation is civic-minded, much like the previous GI Generation. • They are collectively optimistic, long-term planners, high achievers with lower rates of violent crime, teen pregnancy, smoking and alcohol use than ever before.

  27. The Millennial Childhood • The most monumental financial boom in history. • Steady income growth through the 1990’s. • Saw their parents lose all their stocks and mutual funds (college funds) during the early 2000’s.

  28. Safety Issues The Safest Generation • This generation was buckled up in car seats, wore bike helmets, elbow and knee pads when skating, and were the inspiration for “Baby on Board” signs. The Well-Being of U.S. Teens • Mortality Rate for US teens aged 15–19 declined from 1960 to 1997. -Teens are having fewer accidents than Boomers

  29. Helicopter Parents • Helicopter Parent (n)A parent who hovers over his or her children. • Or Snowplow parent: Parents who clear the way for their children • ……these (echo) boomers are confident, achievement-oriented and used to hovering "helicopter" parents keeping tabs on their every move. (Anthony DeBarros, "New baby boom swamps colleges," USA Today, January 2, 2003)

  30. Technology • This generation has been plugged in since they were babies. • They grew up with educational software and computer games. • They think technology should be free. • They want and expect services 24/7. • They do not live in an 8–5 world. • They function in an international world.

  31. The “Information Age” Mindset • Students have never known life without the computer. It is an assumed part of life. • The Internet is a source of research, interactivity, and socializing (they prefer it over TV). • Doing is more important than knowing. • The infrastructure of many many businesses may not meet the expectations of these young adults raised on the Internet and interactive games.

  32. Cell Phone Technology • They all have cell phones and expect to be in contact 24/7. • Not a phone – a lifestyle management tool • Staying “connected” is essential. • Communication is a safety issue for parents. • Communication has become casual for students (IM, email and cell phones).

  33. True Multi-taskers • Millennials have lived programmed lives and are already quite capable of learning several jobs simultaneously and performing them admirably. • Millennials will change careers many times. • Retooling and recycling their skills and talents will become common. • To retain them, smart employers will encourage Millennials to try out different careers within the same company.

  34. What Millennials Want • Ability to work whenever and wherever they want. • Variation on the job • Continual feedback from supervisors • Opportunities to learn, retool and reinvent themselves • Challenge, new problems to solve • To be in charge of their lives and future Marston, Cam, Motivating the “What’s In It for Me” Workforce: Managing Across the Generational Divide and Increasing Profits, 2007

  35. Social Media • Facebook • Twitter • Texting • Google it! • Youtube • Never ending conversations

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