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  1. OSPI Breakthrough Strategy Revisiting the Catcher in the Rye: Dropout Prevention Breakthrough Team Mason County Break Through Team Team Final Report December 16, 2008

  2. "Anyway, I keep picturing all these little kids playing some game in this big field of rye and all.  Thousands of little kids, and nobody's around - nobody big, I mean - except me.  And I'm standing on the edge of some crazy cliff.  What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff - I mean if they're running and they don't look where they're going I have to come out from somewhere and catch them. "  ~J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye

  3. Breakthrough Team Members • Sponsors Terry Bergeson, OSPI, Superintendent of Public InstructionCathy Davidson, OSPI, Chief of Staff Martin Mueller, OSPI, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support • Single Point of Accountability (SPA) Mona Johnson, OSPI, Director of Learning and Teaching Support • State Team Members

  4. Breakthrough Project Goal Goal: To develop a data system that identifies students “at risk” of dropping out and an intervention process. To be piloted in collaboration with Shelton School District (grades 8-12): • Shelton High School (Grades 10-12) • CHOICE (Challenging High School Opportunities in Continuing Education) High School (Grades 9-12) • Oakland Bay Junior High (Grades 8-9)

  5. How Did We Do? • The good news is . . . We achieved our goal! • A universal screening criteria and process has been developed • A catalog of interventions and codes has been created to track and monitor student progress • Local intervention teams have been established in pilot schools • Shelton High School – 138 students participated • CHOICE High School – 109 students participated • Oakland Bay Junior High – 18 students participated

  6. How we did it- Breakthrough Process Scientific Method: The Problem Solving Process

  7. How we did it- Data • Universal Screening Criteria ** • Absences(+5) - Behind credits/retention • WASL Scores - Adjudication status **At risk- 3 out of 4 • Ancillary dropout reports- “at risk” reports run for identified students - Foster Care - ELL - Migrant - D and F grades – Discipline - Health Concerns • Database Intervention Codes- to monitor identified student enrollment and progress

  8. How we did it- Intervention Process • Local team convened- school and community providers • Catalogue of available interventions • Intervention process developed- Response to Intervention model utilized • Integration with current intervention processes- Building level • Building level intervention teams identified • Intervention team leads and backups trained on data systems

  9. How do we sustain it Parents, Staff, Teachers, and Community focused on High School Graduation!! TEAMWORK – COMMUNICATION - REFLECTION

  10. How we can apply it to other areas Dropout Early Warning and Intervention System • Classroom, School and District Improvement • Professional Development • Professional Learning Communities • Programs: • Readiness to Learn • Student Achievement • High School and Beyond Planning • Student Learning Plans • Navigation 101 • Response to Intervention • American School Counselor Model: • A Framework for School Counseling Programs

  11. Next Steps • Complete Implementation Guide (First Edition) - A step by step “how to” for schools and districts • Phase II • Continue building level intervention team meetings • Additional RTI and data trainings • Cycle through full student data and intervention process • System evaluation and refinement