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Title: Comprehensive School Improvement Plan


1
Comprehensive School Improvement Plan
  • 2004-2009

2
Prioritized Needs
3
Prioritized Needs
  • Close the gap between low-socioeconomic learners
    and non-low socioeconomic learners in reading,
    math, and science.

4
Prioritized Needs
  • Close the gap between low-socioeconomic learners
    and non-low socioeconomic learners in reading,
    math, and science.
  • Close the gap of learner proficiency between
    males and females in reading, math, and science.

5
Prioritized Needs
  • Close the gap between low-socioeconomic learners
    and non-low socioeconomic learners in reading,
    math, and science.
  • Close the gap of learner proficiency between
    males and females in reading, math, and science.
  • Improve 4th and 5th grade reading scores.

6
Prioritized Needs
  • Close the gap between low-socioeconomic learners
    and non-low socioeconomic learners in reading,
    math, and science.
  • Close the gap of learner proficiency between
    males and females in reading, math, and science.
  • Improve 4th and 5th grade reading scores.
  • Monitor the number of discipline referrals.

7
Additional Needs
8
Additional Needs
  • Work toward a drug free environment

9
Additional Needs
  • Work toward a drug free environment
  • Continue to improve instruction throughout the
    K-12 system

10
Additional Needs
  • Work toward a drug free environment
  • Continue to improve instruction throughout the
    K-12 system
  • Work to improve enrollment

11
Additional Needs
  • Work toward a drug free environment
  • Continue to improve instruction throughout the
    K-12 system
  • Work to improve enrollment
  • Create partnerships between other organizations
    and the MFL MarMac CSD

12
Additional Needs
  • Continue to better MFL MarMacs finances

13
Additional Needs
  • Continue to better MFL MarMacs finances
  • Create opportunities for limited English
    learners.

14
Additional Needs
  • Continue to better MFL MarMacs finances
  • Create opportunities for limited English
    learners.
  • Improve MFL MarMac facilities by making it a more
    desirable place to go to school.

15
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to be able
    to

16
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to
    be able to
  • Apply the basic skills of reading, writing, math,
    and science in everyday situations.

17
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to be able
    to
  • Set priorities, establish goals, and take
    responsibility for pursuing and evaluating those
    goals in ever changing society.

18
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to be able
    to
  • Take the initiative to contribute time, energy,
    and talent to improve the quality of life for
    themselves and others in their local, national,
    and global environments.

19
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to be able
    to
  • Use effective group skills to manage
    interpersonal relationships within diverse
    settings.

20
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to be able
    to
  • Develop and use a variety of resources including
    technology.

21
District Student Learning Goals
  • All MFL MarMac graduates are expected to be able
    to
  • Competently read, listen, speak, and write for a
    variety of purposes.

22
District Long-Range Goals
23
District Long-Range Goals
  • Goal 1 All K-12 students will increase
    proficiency in reading comprehension.

24
District Long-Range Goals
  • Goal 1 All K-12 students will increase
    proficiency in reading comprehension.
  • Goal 2 All K-12 students will increase
    proficiency in mathematics.

25
District Long-Range Goals
  • Goal 1 All K-12 students will increase
    proficiency in reading comprehension.
  • Goal 2 All K-12 students will increase
    proficiency in mathematics.
  • Goal 3 All K-12 students will increase in
    proficiency in science.

26
District Long-Range Goals
  • Goal 4 Improve the learning environment for
    grades K-12.

27
District Long-Range Goals
  • Goal 4 Improve the learning environment for
    grades K-12.
  • Goal 5 All K-12 students will use technology in
    developing proficiency in reading, mathematics,
    and science.

28
What do/will we do to meet student learning
needs?
29
What do/will we do to meet student learning
needs?
  • Current instructional strategies, instructional
    programs, and system supports were examined and
    listed

30
What do/will we do to meet student learning
needs?
  • Current instructional strategies, instructional
    programs, and system supports were examined and
    listed
  • Current practices aligned with research were
    noted

31
What do/will we do to meet student learning
needs?
  • Current instructional strategies, instructional
    programs, and system supports were examined and
    listed
  • Current practices aligned with research were
    noted
  • Surveyed staff to determine research needed

32
Research Needed
  • Reading
  • Use of literature circles and the 4 Block
    Literacy Program

33
Research Needed
  • Math
  • Use of calculators and drill and practice
    instructional strategies.

34
Research Needed
  • Technology
  • Strategies designed to enhance instruction in
    reading, math, and science.

35
Research Needed
  • System-Wide
  • Impact of instruction for low socioeconomic
    students versus for students who are not
    low-socioeconomic, impact of instruction for
    gender differences and review of instructional
    strategies that are research based.

36
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
37
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Implement District Career
  • Development Plan

38
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Implement District Career
  • Development Plan
  • Review K-12 curriculum articulation

39
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Implement District Career
  • Development Plan
  • Establish professional
  • development team

40
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Implement District Career
  • Development Plan
  • Provide training and inservice

41
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Implement District Career
  • Development Plan
  • Continue professional development learning
    opportunities

42
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Implement District Career
  • Development Plan
  • Implement instructional strategies

43
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Provide supports that will address ELL students
    achievement

44
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Provide supports that will address CTE students
    achievement in reading and mathematics.

45
Actions for CSIP Goals 1,2,3, and 5
  • Provide supports that will address CTE students
    achievement in reading and mathematics.

46
Actions for CSIP Goal 4
47
Actions for CSIP Goal 4
  • Implement Character Counts articulation K-12
    while still complimenting and supporting Success
    4 in the elementary.
  • Identify and monitor progress of low achieving
    students towards proficiency and graduation
    requirements.
  • Invite and incorporate community members and
    parents into Character Counts presentations with
    the student body.

48
Actions for CSIP Goal 4
  • Maintain the student mentoring and peer helper
    groups.
  • Continue alternative education supports for
    at-risk students at the elementary, middle, and
    high school.

49
Other CSIP Highlights
  • Indicator data used
  • Additional assessments
  • Program evaluations

50
El Fin
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