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Coaching and PD at SIG Schools 2011-12

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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The purpose of the State of the School and Title I
Annual meeting is to:
 Provide information about the current state of the
school
 Provide an update on the School Improvement Plan
 Share priorities, goals and strategies for
improvement
 Provide ways in which families can be engaged
throughout the year.
 Clarify the purpose of Title I
 Describe the communication parents/guardians can
expect to receive regarding their child’s progress.
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Our Vision: Every student middle school ready.
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Mission: The mission of Hiawatha school is to maximize
individual student potential through the use of technology,
differentiation, critical thinking, and high expectations within a
nurturing and diverse community of life long learners.
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Description: We serve our neighborhood community.
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Beliefs: Every child can learn!
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What we look like
Student Race
Hiawatha
Howe
District
Native American
5%
10%
4%
African American
17%
18%
36%
Asian American
3%
5%
6%
Hispanic American
12%
22%
20%
White American
62%
45%
34%
Students
Hiawatha
Howe
District
Receive ELL Services
Qualify for free or reduced
lunch
Receive Special Education
Services
12%
15%
26%
41%
47%
63%
16%
24%
14%
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Strengths:
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Dedicated staff, our community, Family Involvement, PD
planning, resources, growth-based measures, positive
behavior strategies, interventions, Focused Instruction ,
Guided Math Groups, and incredible students!!
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Kindergarten Data-COM- Explanation of what it is
Reading Horizon-Explanation of skills tested
87% of kindergarten students (last May) met the COM
(Concepts of Math Requirements)- these students now
are in First Grade
95% of our Kindergarten students (last May) met or
exceeded grade level expectations at Hiawatha on the
Fountas and Pinnell Assessments- these students now are
in First Grade
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Fall MAP data- indicates that 62% of our First
Grade students are at or above target levels in
MAP Reading
 65% of our First Grade students are at or above
target levels
in MAP Math
 Our First Graders
in the spring (now
second grade
students) 77% of
our students met
COM proficiency
goal.
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Math MAP- 179 was the average score and we
needed a 179 to be on target for MCA goals
(same as district score last spring – now second
grade).
 Math reading- Average score was 177 and we
needed a 177 to be on target for MCA goals (4
points higher than the district – this year’s
second grade).
 Fall MAP Data indicates that 47% of Second
Grade students are at or above grade level in
reading.
 Fall MAP indicates that 50% of Second
Grade students are at or above grade level in
math.
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Strengths:
 Dedicated staff, our community, Family
Involvement, PD planning, resources, growth-based
measures, positive behavior strategies,
interventions, Focused Instruction , Guided Math
Groups, and incredible students!!
 61% of all students met or exceeded MCA
proficiency in math at their grade level (this
represents a 2% increase over 2013-14).
 62% of all students met or exceeded MCA
proficiency in reading at their grade level (this
represents a 12% increase over 2013-14).
 Targeted interventions in reading and math for
students demonstrating needs in specific areas.
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Challenges:
 (Hiawatha) Maintain levels of support in the areas of
reading and math for all students.
 (Howe) Maintaining levels of support for students in
the area of reading.
 (Howe) Improve supports in the area of math.
MCA Data:
 Reading (met or exceeded proficiency standard)
Hiawatha/Howe (3-5)
 MPS
 State
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62.0%
42.0%
60.0%
2014- 49.1%
Math (met or exceeded proficiency standard)
Hiawatha/Howe (3-5)
 MPS
 State
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61.0%
45.0%
61.0%
2014- 59.1%
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 Student
progress should not only be about
Test Scores!
 Talking with your child about school:
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Do you like school?
Are you happy at school?
What did you learn today (learning targets)?
What connections did you make in your learning today?
What do you ask at home that might be beneficial for
the whole group to use?
25 Questions families can ask
(handout)
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How do we know we are progressing?
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Using formative assessments
Monitoring student work
Teacher observations
Conferences/Report Cards
Class projects
State and district assessments
Enrichment and Differentiation
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Math and reading differentiation
Guided Math Groups
Enrichment activities provided for all students
Interest Survey data collected at each grade level
Additional Levels I & II extended learning activities
provided by licensed staff
Opportunities for Levels II & III based on eligibility
criteria
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Our School Improvement Plan is designed to
address the concerns revealed in the data and is
focused on three core areas.
 Student achievement
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Increase overall math, reading , and science proficiency
5 – 8 – 10 Goals(Acceleration 2020)
School climate
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Attendance
Reduce referrals and removals
Second Step –taught in every classroom
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Professional Practices
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Expand student- centered differentiated approach-PD and PLC’s
For teachers
Family Engagement- supports the 3 Key Areas
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Student Achievement Strategies:
 Implementation of Focused Instruction at all grades
 Increased differentiation of instruction through
collaboration
 Teachers will participate in Professional Learning
Communities
 By winter all students will participate in the learning
and interest process
 Full time staff member working with students in
grades k-5 working with learning extensions
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To provide transparency for parents and
community sharing of current discipline
data is essential.
Referral Data: 11 referrals (8 last year at this time).
High percentage of referrals are from a small number
of students. (Both schools)
Suspension Data: 2 Suspensions (5 last year)
1- Hiawatha and 1- Howe
Strengths: Classroom and school engagement plans,
restorative practices, progress checks for classrooms
and students throughout the year.
Strategies:
Full implementation of Second Step Curriculum
 Continue with positive behavior strategies – “Husky
Pride”, “Student of the Month”, “Lunch-bunch”, “Paw
Pencil”, Bucket Filler’s, classroom
incentives, etc…
 Goal of 95%
attendance for each
student. This means
students cannot miss
8 or more days all
year!
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 Expand
Student-Centered, differentiated
approach to learning
 Learning Goals for Each Student
 Identify appropriate assessments and data
practices
 Track the growth of student achievement in
core areas
 In PDPLCs each week teachers look at
individual student need through backwards
planning, benchmark assessments, etc.
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Goal Areas/Strategies:
1) Communication – school newsletters, classroom
newsletters, Bi-lingual support for families who
speak Spanish, e-mails, phone calls, school web
site, teacher web pages, school messenger system
2) Family Involvement – Conferences, student
assemblies, student programs, PTO Meetings,
Family Nights (i.e. Literacy Night, Heritage Night,
etc.), Turkey Bingo, Pancake Breakfast, etc…
3) Learning at home – Homework, access to IXL, links
from website to other resources, Thinking Math
Class offered for parents?
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Current School Designation:
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New designations :
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Hiawatha – no designation assigned – No MMR
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Howe – Celebration Eligible.
The Minnesota Department of Education identifies a school
designation at Title I schools every three years based on
the following categories from the MCA results (MMR):
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Proficiency
Growth (MCA to MCA)
Achievement Gap Reduction
Graduation Rate (HS only)
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Title I is a federal program that provides money
to schools and districts to ensure that all children
have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to
obtain a high-quality education to achieve
proficiency on our state’s academic standards and
assessments.
Title I supports our School Improvement Plan
and the funding we receive helps us to reach
our goals.
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Do all schools receive Title I funds?
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No. Title I programs are available to schools with the
greatest concentration of low-income families.
Budget
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This year, 2.5% at Hiawatha and 2.8% at Howe comes
from this source.
We are a school wide Title I program, which means
all students are able to benefit from Title I
services.
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 To
support our goals we are using the Title I
money in the following ways.
 90%
is being used for teachers and other staff
 10%
is being used to support our curriculum
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Non-Fiction Leveled Books
Food for School Wide Events
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to know the qualifications of your child’s teacher
 to know when your child has a substitute teacher for
more than four weeks and the qualifications of the
substitute teacher
 to know how your child’s school is rated on its state
test scores
 to expect regular communication with your school
in a language that you can understand
 to work with teachers, parents and the school
principal to develop a family involvement plan
 to ask for a meeting with your school principal or
your child’s teacher at any time
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 Provide
input in the development of the School
Improvement Plan, Family Involvement Plan,
and the School Compact
 Participate in PTO and Site Council
 Attend school events
 Visit your child’s classroom or volunteer at
your child’s school (classrooms, field trips,
Howe Garden, etc.)
 Talk to your child’s teacher about events and
issues that may affect your child’s work or
behavior
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 Contact
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our family liaisons:
Lisa Horn 668-4610
Molly Kroesch 668-4640
Talk to staff, other school supports – teachers,
principals, and social workers
 Attend
Area B Meetings and or District Parent
Advisory Councils
 District cultural liaisons available to families.
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 YOU
are the key to our success!
 Now
time for PTO!
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