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1
Martin Luther King, Jr Middle School
  • At a Glance

2
MLK Mission Statement
  • The mission of Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle
    School is to foster the growth of knowledge,
    skills, and personal development enabling all
    students to achieve their potential. We will
    accomplish our mission by maintaining high
    expectations, a positive and safe environment,
    effective home-school communication, and frequent
    assessment of student progress. We share this
    responsibility with students and parents.
    Success Today Success Tomorrow

3
Introduction to MLK
  • School Quality Review Report Advanced Rating
  • Strong instructional leadership
  • High expectations
  • Emphasis on learning in a safe and orderly school
    environment
  • Shared accountability between students, parents,
    community, and the MLK staff
  • Mandatory Uniform School
  • Vision/motto
  • Success Today -
  • Success Tomorrow

4
Professional Staff
  • 1 Principal
  • 2 Assistant Principals
  • 1 Reading Coordinator
  • 3 Counselors
  • 1 Pupil Personnel Worker
  • 2 AVID Coaches
  • 1 Data Coach
  • 1 Media Specialist
  • 56 Teachers
  • Certification
  • 41 staff members hold APC
  • 14 hold SPC
  • 1 holds Resident Teacher
  • certificate
  • Years of Service
  • 1 5 20
  • 6 10 13
  • 11 16 9
  • 17 22 4
  • 23 28 2
  • 29 34 4
  • 35 40 4

5
MLK Student Demographics
  • 52 males
  • 48 females
  • 4 LEP
  • 14 Special Education
  • 17 Talented and Gifted
  • 43 FARMS
  • Mobility entrants are 11
  • of the student population
  • 8 Withdrawals
  • ( as of 2/28/2011)
  • Feeder/Choice schools from the communities of
    Laurel, Beltsville, Hyattsville, Adelphi, and all
    areas north of the Central Avenue line
  • Total Enrollment 686
  • CHOICE - 65
  • 6th Grade 200, 7th Grade 236,
  • 8th Grade - 250
  • 17 American Indian/Alaskan Native
    (Hispanic)
  • 9 Asian
  • 58 African American
  • 11 White
  • 5 Multi-racial

6
MLK Program Features
  • 70 minutes of math, RELA, and science each day
  • Semester classes of social studies, foreign
    language or reading
  • Creative Arts rotation of Chorus, Instrumental,
    Music, PE, Health, and Technology Integration
  • Latin I, Spanish I, Algebra I, and Geometry earn
    high school credit
  • Computer lab with an emphasis on writing,
    mathematics, science, and research skills
  • Extra-curricular activities compliment academic
    studies and promote self-discipline
  • Advancement Via Individual Determination
    (AVID)-145 students
  • Positive Behaviors, Interventions and Support
    (PBIS)

7
PBIS at MLK
  • How it began

8
PS-74 Data
Year Total Enrollment Number of PS-74s Percent of Population Receiving PS-74s
2004-2005 949 345 36.3
2005-2006 746 169 22.6
2006-2007 732 98 13.4
2007-2008 753 41 5.4
2008-2009 857 92 10.7
2009-2010 861 96 11.1
2010-2011 As of 2/28/2011 686 25 3.6
9
Suspensions
Year Total Enrollment Number of Students Suspended Percent of Enrollment Suspended
2005 949 86 9.0
2006 746 57 7.6
2007 732 37 4.9
2008 753 26 3.4
2009 857 93 10.9
2010 861 83 9.63
2011 As of 2/28/2011 686 11 1.60
  • 2010-2011 Alternative to Suspension
  • Parent Shadow 9
  • In-School Suspension 19

10
Attendance Data Disaggregated by Subgroup
Subgroups 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Subgroups Percent of Students Percent of Students Percent of Students Percent of Students Percent of Students Percent of Students
All 95.2 95.3 96.8 96.6 97.1 96.4
American Indian NA NA NA NA NA
Asian 96.2 97.8 97.7 97.0 97.6 97.9
African American 95.7 95.7 97.0 97.0 96.9 96.8
White 93.8 93.7 96.4 95.1 95.0 95.3
Hispanic 95.4 94.3 96.2 96.8 96.6 95.6
FARMS 94.9 94.7 96.2 96.6 96.2 96.0
Special Education 91.1 93.2 95.9 95.7 96.7 95.4
LEP 94.4 96.2 96.9 96.9 98.4 96.9
11
School Climate Survey All Listed Characteristics
of Effective Schools (Combined) Percent with
Positive Perception
12
Effective Instructional Leadership Percent with
Positive Perception
13
Safe and Orderly Environment Percent with
Positive Perception
14
High Expectations Percent with Positive Perception
15
MSA Results
  • Proficiency met in 2004
  • Proficiency was not met
  • in 2005 in SPED reading
  • Proficiency met in 2006
  • Proficiency was not met
  • in 2007 in SPED and
  • LEP reading
  • Proficiency met in 2008
  • Safe Harbor for SPED and LEP
  • Proficiency was not met
  • in 2009 in LEP Math
  • Proficiency was not met in 2010 in FARMS reading
    and
  • SPED reading/math

16
2010 MSA Results
  • MLK is considered a high performing school
    despite missing AYP by 38 students last year.
  • Our FARMS subgroup missed in reading by 5
    students SPED reading missed by 20 students and
    SPED math missed by 3 students.
  • The size of the SPED subgroup increased
    significantly last year which had a direct impact
    on the data.
  • Despite the downward trend, MLK outperformed MSDE
    and PGCPS in 29 of the 46 categories.

17
PBIS is what you are already doing!
18
Butlike any great plan
  • You must have staff buy-in for your PBIS program
    to take off and to be effective!

19
King Principles
  • Be Ready
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Safe
  • Matrix included in Agenda Book
  • Posters for all areas
  • King Principles for Staff
  • King Principles for Home

20
Incentives
  • Cobra Cash
  • Renaissance Cards (worth 2 Cobra Cash)
  • Merit Slips (worth 5 Cobra Cash)
  • Renaissance Honor Cards
  • Non-uniform days
  • Renaissance Roll (weekly)
  • Eye on the Prize activities (monthly/quarterly)

21
Eye on the Prize
  • Jersey Day
  • Fall Dance
  • Relay Games
  • Dress-up Day
  • King Contest
  • Valentine Dance
  • Dress-up Day
  • Student/Staff Basketball Game
  • Field Day
  • End of Year Dance/Yearbook signing

22
Staff Involvement
  • PBIS Team meets monthly to analyze data, identify
    successes/concerns
  • Team takes discussion points to staff
  • Staff contributes to discussion and next steps
  • Staff Mentors
  • Renaissance Living the Dream
  • Staff PBIS Handbook
  • for Back to School
  • orientation
  • Homeroom lessons for first week of school
  • Staff incentive program weekly, monthly, and
    quarterly
  • Guidance Focus Groups
  • Eye on the Prize Incentive Program

23
Student Involvement
  • PBIS Student Subcommittee formed to address 2007
    School Climate Survey responses below 70
  • 2009 School Climate Survey indicated positive
    trends in addressed areas
  • PBIS students manage school store
  • Students lead PBIS Advisory assemblies once a
    month
  • Students are encouraged to apply if interested in
    serving on committee
  • Students are invited to participate
  • Positive response to student committee
  • Peer Mediation

24
Parental Involvement
  • Parent Agreement Form
  • PTO
  • Weekly Newsletter
  • MLK Website
  • MSA Parent Night
  • Parent Roundtable
  • Science Fair
  • Parent Volunteers
  • King Principles--Home
  • 8th Grade Parent Night
  • Guidance Teas
  • Hispanic Parent Night
  • Parent Shadow
  • Student Agenda Book
  • Instrumental Volunteers
  • Recognition Banquets
  • Career/Higher Education Day

25
PBIS Recognitions
  • 2007 Exemplar
  • 2008 Banner
  • 2009 Gold
  • 2010 Silver
  • 2011 applied for Gold

26
Challenges
  • Staff turnoverneed to retrain staff in PBIS
    strategies
  • Staff members who do not use PBIS strategies
  • Inconsistency in using PBIS strategies
  • Staff not being on the same page

27
Why PBIS is worth it
  • Positive school climate
  • Safe school
  • Orderly instructional environment
  • Everyone has a voice

28
How Can We Help You?
  • Visit MLK and see the program in action.
  • Email us Cynthia.Vaughn_at_pgcps.org
  • Robin.Wiltison_at_pgcps.org
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