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STATE OF THE SCHOOL. Center Street. Richmond Street. Fall 2007. Enrollment Summary - Richmond. Grade Level. TOTAL. Kinder. 99. Grade 1. 78. Grade 2. 84. Grade 3 ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: STATE OF THE SCHOOL


1
STATE OF THE SCHOOL
  • Center Street
  • Richmond Street
  • Fall 2007

2
Enrollment Summary - Richmond
3
Enrollment Summary Center Street
4
Data Analysis at CSS and RSSPart 1 Group Data
Analysis
  • Grade level teams compared 2006 achievement in
    specific standards to 2007 achievement in
    specific standards and looked for trends
  • Reviewed CST released test questions to determine
    where improvement is needed
  • Theories for strengths and weaknesses
  • What is needed to improve weak areas
  • New instructional strategies, test prep.
    materials, supplemental materials, computer
    software
  • Set grade level goals

5
Data Analysis at CSS and RSSPart 2 Individual
Score Analysis
  • Review Edusoft print-out of individual student
    scores for each student in the classroom
  • Target students who can be moved up to the next
    performance level
  • Use information for referrals to intervention
    programs and differentiated instruction

6
Academic Achievement RSS
  • Increase 3rd Grade STAR ELA Scores
  • Reviewed alignment of curriculum to standards
  • Rephrased test questions to mimic STAR format
  • Provided more practice
  • Implemented test preparation materials
  • No significant change in scores
  • Increase 2nd Grade STAR Math Scores
  • Improved pacing
  • Rephrased test questions to mimic STAR format
  • Provided more practice
  • 2006 Advanced 39 2007 Advanced 56 17
  • Increase 4th Grade Writing Scores
  • Continued work with UCLA
  • Weekly writing samples
  • 2006 6 scored 2 2007 0 scored 2

7
Academic Achievement - CSS
  • Improve Student Achievement in Science
  • Reviewed alignment of curriculum to standards
  • Provided time to collaborate among grade level
    and across grade levels
  • Bought new materials and organized materials in
    anticipation of a lab
  • Reviewed and incorporated 4th and 5th grade
    science content standards
  • 2006 Proficient or Advanced 61 2007 Proficient
    or Advanced 70 9
  • Improve Student Knowledge and Competence in
    Technology
  • Reduced technology aide position from full time
    to partial time. Cost savings applied directly
    to students
  • New computer lab
  • 22 classrooms with LCD projectors
  • Provided more professional development and
    collaboration time
  • Increase 4th Grade Writing Scores
  • Continued work with UCLA
  • Peer Collaboration Open doors
  • Writing Committee Formed to build and support
    school wide writing vision
  • 2006 Score of 6 or 8 - 19 2007 Score of
    6 or 8 36 17

8
Academic Equity RSS CSS
  • Response to Intervention
  • Grade level grouping during Early Bird/Later
    Gator with targeted skill instruction
  • Earobics K 3
  • Summer school
  • General education classroom
  • Classworks software skill building practice
  • Upper grade reading intervention teacher
  • Read Naturally upper grade fluency intervention
  • Math intervention grades 2 5
  • Grade level collaboration
  • Reading teacher model lessons
  • UCLA Writing Consultant model lessons
  • District Response to Intervention Committee

9
Initiatives to Improve Instruction - RSS
  • Two day summer staff development in technology
  • Continue to work with UCLA Writing Project
  • Dedicate a portion of every staff meeting to
    professional development. Topics include
  • General education intervention strategies
  • Social studies lesson planning with new text
    books
  • Art lesson planning
  • Dedicate time to allow teachers to plan
    differentiated instruction
  • Regular collaboration with Center Street

10
Initiatives to Improve Instruction - CSS
  • Weekly meetings of specialist team
  • Address student needs
  • Share strategies
  • Time to collaborate with CFG protocols
  • UCLA Writing Project
  • Differentiated Spelling
  • Common terminology and clear vision
  • Collaboration with RSS, Preschool and ESMS
  • More faculty becoming facilitators of CFGs

11
School Climate - RSS
  • Arbor Day September 28
  • Continue to implement Character Education
  • Positive themes at each grade level
  • Refine school-wide bully prevention plan
  • Wellness Policy
  • International Walk to School Day October 3
  • Birthday celebrations
  • Non-edible rewards
  • Reward good behavior
  • Grade level community service projects
  • Utilize South Bay Youth Project
  • Group counseling lunch bunch
  • Across grade level buddies
  • Jump Rope for Hearts

12
School Climate - CSS
  • School Wide Discipline
  • Collaboration with SELPA to build discipline
    framework
  • Discipline committee
  • Counseling
  • Lunch Bunch Program
  • South Bay Youth Project
  • Wellness Committee
  • Grade levels compiling nutritious item list to
    share with parents
  • Rewards / Birthdays transition
  • Walk to School Day Oct. 3rd
  • Character Counts Program
  • Parent group supporting classrooms with textbooks
  • PE and Music Teacher incorporating Character
    Counts into curriculum
  • Character Counts Assemblies each trimester

13
Parent and Community Involvement CSS RSS
  • Family Reading Night
  • Family Math Night
  • Kindergarten Orientation
  • Parent Section in the School Library
  • List Serve
  • School Site Survey
  • PowerSchool
  • Fall Festival / Ice Cream Social
  • Wisdom Tree Assembly
  • After School Band
  • CSS/RSS Father Baseball Game

14
Parent and Community Involvement cont.
  • Parents invited to campus events
  • Winter and spring music concerts
  • Young Americans

15
Next Steps
  • Integrate 21st Century Learning Skills
  • Utilize technology
  • Opportunities for real life learning
  • Partner with community
  • Global awareness
  • Wellness awareness
  • Learning and thinking skills
  • Continued Collaboration Between Schools
  • Align reading benchmarks
  • Standardize grading criteria
  • Integrate art with core content areas
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