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Title: Assistance Plus January 2005


1
Assistance PlusJanuary 2005
2
Assistance PlusAgenda
  • Assistance Plus
  • District Improvement Plan
  • Accessing the midyear report
  • Completing the midyear report
  • Submitting the midyear report

3
Assistance Plus
  • Required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
    (NCLB)
  • States are responsible for monitoring the
    progress that schools and districts make in
    bringing all children to proficiency in the core
    academic subjects.

4
Assistance Plus
  • Title I schools that have not achieved Adequate
    Yearly Progress (AYP) for two or more years will
    be identified for school improvement (SINI).
  • Progressively more comprehensive interventions
    after the second year are identified as
    corrective action and restructuring.

5
Assistance Plus
  • SINI schools must make AYP for two consecutive
    school years in order to exit SINI status.

6
Assistance Plus
  • When a school is identified for school
    improvement status, the District must
  • Offer public school choice
  • Conduct a peer review of the school improvement
    plan
  • Develop and implement a District Improvement Plan
    and Intervention and Assistance Plan

7
Assistance Plus
  • When a school is identified for school
    improvement status, the school must
  • Complete the School Improvement Plan (SIP) on the
    State template, respond to peer review
    recommendations, and submit the SIP by the State
    deadline
  • Complete a midyear report of the implementation
    of the SIP

8
Midyear Report is due
9
District Improvement Plan and Assistance
Intervention Plan
  • Required by P.L. 107-1116(c)(7)(A) and by PL
    107-110 Sec. 1116 (b)
  • Distributed to SINI principals in a Memorandum
    dated December 3, 2004

10
District Improvement Plan and Assistance
Intervention Plan
  • The plan includes
  • scientifically based research strategies
  • professional development
  • specific measurable achievement goals and
    targets 
  • activities before school, after school, and
    during the summer  
  • the responsibilities of the State and District
    and
  • strategies to promote parental involvement.

11
District Improvement Plan and Assistance
Intervention Plan
  • The District Plan was developed in collaboration
    with district staff, in consultation with
    parents, school staff, and others.

12
District Improvement Plan and Assistance
Intervention Plan
  • The District Plan is located on the FDOE School
    Improvement Web site at http//www.osi.fsu.edu

13
Accessing the Midyear Report
  • Go to the FDOE School Improvement web site
    (http//www.osi.fsu.edu) and click on Quarterly
    and Mid-Year Report Guidance Directions (PDF
    format).

14
Accessing the Midyear Report
Directions
Guidance
Report Format
15
Accessing the Midyear Report
  • Rename and save the 2004-2005 Quarterly Report
    Format to a document that you will complete and
    later attach to your on-line school improvement
    plan.

16
Completing the Midyear Report
  • The report has eight sections
  • Highly Qualified Administrators
  • Teacher Mentoring
  • Reading Goal
  • Middle Grades Rigorous Reading Goal (Middle
    Schools only)
  • Mathematics Goal
  • Writing Goal
  • Parent Involvement Goal
  • Other

17
Completing the Midyear Report
  • For each section
  • Describe what progress your school has made to
    accomplish the goal. Provide data or other
    evidence to support the progress to date.

18
Completing the Midyear Report
  • For example Reading Goal
  • List baseline data collected in the fall and
    winter of the 2004-2005 school year.
  • Describe student performance data trends as
    determined by using comparable data.
  • Address specific performance objectives for the
    subgroup/s that did not make AYP targets.

19
Completing the Midyear ReportSample Narrative
Through the implementation of reading strategies
such as guided reading, shared reading, FCAT
Explorer, students have made significant progress
during the semester as shown by the test results
reported below. Grade 6 students made the
highest gains.   The fall Scholastic Reading
Inventory (SRI) and the SSS Diagnostic Test were
administered in September 2004. The winter SRI
and SSS Diagnostic tests were administered in
December 2004.   In addition, teachers
administered teacher-developed tests and common
assessments to assess students comprehension of
materials and identify individual student
weakness and areas of strengths.   Specific
Performance Objectives for ESE and ESOL students
performing in levels 1 and 2 in Reading These
students will participate actively in class
reading and buddy reading. Specific attention
will be made to strengthen their phonemic
awareness, phonetics skills, fluency, vocabulary,
and comprehension at grade level. Progress will
be assessed by the teacher using a variety of
methods (FCAT like quizzes, informal reading
inventory assessments, Cloze test, Scholastic
Reading XL materials, FCAT Explorer data, etc).
Weekly assessments will track the students
progress.   Each student is expected to make at
least two year gains, indicated by their SRI
lexile scores or score at least level 3 on the
2005 FCAT. Teachers have used the SRI lexile
scores to determine individual growth goals for
each student so they can monitor the students
progress toward their goal.  
20
Completing the Midyear ReportSample Baseline Data
21
Activity
  • List strategies you have implemented to improve
    subgroup performance for one of the content areas
    below
  • Reading
  • Math
  • Science
  • Writing

22
Submitting the Midyear Report
  • Go to the FDOE School Improvement web page and
    log onto your SIP.
  • http//sip.osi.fsu.edu/sip_template/login.aspx

23
Submitting the Midyear Report
  • On the left-hand navigation bar on the first page
    of your school improvement plan, click on
    Quarterly Reporting.

24
Submitting the Midyear Report
  • In the Quarterly Reporting section,

Find Report for Quarter Ending in January
Click on the browse button and find the completed
midyear report for your school.
25
Submitting the Midyear Report
  • In the Quarterly Reporting section,

Select the midyear report and then click
Upload. The report is attached when the View
Attached File label appears.
26
Viewing and Editing the Midyear Report
  • To view the midyear report, click on View
    Attached File.
  • To make edits to the report, open the original
    Word document on your computer, and edit the
    document and save.
  • Go into the SIP template and reattach the Word
    document.

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Department of School Improvement
For additional information please
contact Sharon Brannon, Manager 561-434-8848 bra
nnon_at_mail.palmbeach.k12.fl.us Elaine Persek,
Director 561-357-7642 persek_at_mail.palmbeach.k12.f
l.us LSCHIMP/FY02/SACTRAIN/Spring
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