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1 District Improvement Plan Interim Superintendent:Janice Sykora High School Principal: Nancy Cox Elementary Principal: Sandy Villarreal Approved by the Board of Trustees on February 23, 2011

2 Runge ISD2 Table of Contents I.District Mission Statement II.District Goals III.District Core Beliefs IV.Signature Page V.District Improvement Plan Goal 1Student Achievement Goal 2Curriculum Goal 3Parents and Community Goal 4Personnel Goal 5 Technology Goal 6 Safety Goal 7Facilities Goal 8Finance VI.Comprehensive Needs Assessment VII.Federal, State, and Local Funding Sources VIII.Appendix

3 Runge ISD3 The mission of the Runge schools is that the entire staff, in partnership with parents and community, will prepare all students academically and emotionally to successfully meeting the challenges of the next level of learning. Yellowjacket Vision: Commitment Today Means Success Tomorrow.

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5 5 District Goals Student Achievement 1. Runge ISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Curriculum 2. Runge ISD will maintain high standards through an evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Parents and Community 3. Runge ISD will promote a strong partnership between parents and community that results in shared responsibility and commitment for a quality educational system.

6 Runge ISD6 District Goals Personnel 4. Runge ISD will recruit, retain, and develop highly qualified employees with a sense of responsibility for the success of a new generation of students. Technology 5. Runge ISD students will be on-track for high school graduation and will possess the skills necessary to be successful in the digital-learning age through the development of rigorous curriculum that leads to college and career readiness. Safety 6. Runge ISD campuses will maintain a safe, fair, and well-disciplined environment that is conducive to education.

7 Runge ISD7 District Goals Facilities 7. Runge ISD will demonstrate effective planning of maintenance, operations, and facilities. Finance 8. Runge ISD will maximize funding resources to provide an equitable and exemplary education for all students by accomplishing district goals while maintaining fiscal responsibility through maintenance of an appropriate fund balance, superior fiscal accountability system (FIRST), and the pursuit of appropriate grant responsibilities.

8 Runge ISD8 Runge Independent School District Core Beliefs You will always see: A welcoming environment where students are engaged and challenged. A professional staff who are available and display a positive attitude. Facilities that are neat, clean, and well maintained. You will never see: Students who are apathetic. An unprofessional staff. Facilities that are unsanitary or dangerous.

9 Runge ISD9 Runge Independent School District Core Beliefs You will always hear: Positive, professional interactions Knowledgeable instruction Respectful exchanges You will never hear: Negativity, unprofessional interactions Gossip, negative sarcasm Profanity

10 Runge ISD10 Runge Independent School District Core Beliefs You will always feel: Welcomed Valued Safe You will never feel: Unwelcomed Unimportant Fearful

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12 Runge ISD12 Runge Independent School District District Improvement Plan Elected SBDM Teachers: 1.Christine Rau _________________ 2.Laurie Wauters ________________ 3.Jordan Sekula ________________ 4.Mark Gotthardt ________________ 5.Amber Rouse ________________ 6. Shari Molina ________________ Elected District Non-Teaching Professional: 1.Gregory Bird _________________ 2.Priscilla Torres ________________ Elected District Professional: 1.Kim Jarisch _______________ Community Members: 1.Bobby Douglas _________________ 2.Homer Lott __________________ Business Members: 1.Connie Smart __________________ Parents: 1.Rachel De los Santos_____________ 2.Lisa Jones _______________ Elected District Paraprofessional 1. Rosalinda Moreno ________________ District: Janice Sykora Principals: Nancy Cox __________________ ____________________ Sandy Villarreal ________________

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14 Runge ISD A 14 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 INTERVENTIONS AND ASSESSMENTS Implement a Response to Intervention (RTI) process at the secondary campus. Provide tutorials open to all students. Utilize Highly Qualified instructional paraprofessionals to assist with struggling students as directed by the teacher. Implement the Project ACE after school program according to the awarded grant application. Administer and assess students utilizing the appropriate state assessment, such as TPRI, TELPAS, and TAKS Utilize high yield instructional strategies (Marzanos research) and the 5 E Model. Utilize the Professional Development Appraisal System (PDAS) and walk through assessments to improve instruction and student achievement. AR ALL AR ALL Counselor Teachers H $20 hr $200 training Coop with KCISD TEA/Pearson/H Training/H H Sign-in sheets # students passing Enrollment, attendance log PEIMS label Lesson plans Cumulative data # admitted to SPED Report card grades Progress reports ACE completer list AEIS Report card grades PDAS Summative Evals 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

15 Runge ISD B 15 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Average Daily Attendance and Enrollment Records Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 96% of all students will be in attendance. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 ATTENDANCE Recognize students, grade levels, and campuses with perfect attendance utilizing attendance incentives. Hire a part time truancy/security officer or implement a campus log of contacting parents and students about absences and tardiness. Analyze student attendance data each THREE weeks using the 6-weeks PEIMS Superintendents Report. Utilize the school check in program to track student attendance, tardies, and early dismissal for students and staff. ALL Counselor Administrator, Teachers Principal, Secretary Principal, Secretary Awards $500 Elem $100 HS $20,000 officer Log/H $750 D. Arnold H 9-week awards Contact log Attendance mtg agenda Campus sign in/out log End of year awards End of year attendance % improvement ADA % improvement Reduction in discipline problems due to students leaving and entering. 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

16 Runge ISD C 16 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Commended Performance and student discipline referrals Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 COUNSELING Provide individualized, group counseling as needed. Implement a character education program (Character Counts) to address student needs such as suicide prevention, conflict resolution, violence prevention, and bullying. (Character Counts, Capturing Kids Hearts) Conduct Freshman Orientation to all 8 th grade students and their parents to promote easy transition to high school: graduation requirements, dual-credit opportunities, extra-curricular activities, conduct. Maintain cohort lists to verify appropriate leaver codes, high school course credit accrual, and graduation in 4 years. ALL 8 th Gr ALL 8-12 Counselor Teachers Counselor, HS Principal Counselor H $400 each teacher Capturing Kids Hearts Character Counts $3,000 ? H Counseling log Lesson plans Agenda, sign-in sheet Cohort lists, completion End of year counseling activity file Program evaluation 9 th grade student success Graduation roster 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

17 Runge ISD D 17 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 COUNSELING Implement Catch the College Fever district-developed college readiness program which includes an emphasis on post-secondary institutions of higher learning. 1. Teachers create a door hanger displaying colleges attended. 2. Every employee adopts a college to promote by wearing a college sport shirt. Assist students with registering for college entrance tests, applications, and scholarships. Support college and career readiness skills and rigorous standards through AVID program including hiring college students as tutors to help high school students. Counselor serves as AVID program co-director. ALL Counselor Teachers Counselor H ACT vouchers for free tests $11,000 AVID $10 h/$270 mo tutors H Door hanger visible in halls, note about which day to wear college shirts Log Lesson plans AVID quarterly reports End of year students interested in college # students completing aps and scholarships Commended performance on state tests AVID end of year report 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

18 Runge ISD E 18 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: FITNESSGRAM and student health records Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Develop and implement physical education goals for all students. Implement strategies to engage poorly motivated students to become physically fit and fight obesity. Consider implementing an abstinence program. School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC),board policy BDF (LEGAL): Organize a committee and hold regular meetings to meet goals. ALL Open to ALL PE Coaches HS Principal Nurse H $2,383 grant TX Fitness Now Aim for Success $600 H Poster of goals Lesson plans Membership logs, agendas, sign0-in log TEA Fitness- gram Physical fitness tests Checklist of goals met, meeting minutes 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

19 Runge ISD F 19 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 STAFF DEVELOPMENT Conduct staff development to reach and teach all students: 1. Using CSCOPE to Teach from Bell to Bell 2. Incorporate the 4 Rs: Rigor, Relevance, Relationships, and Responsibility 3. Disaggregate Data: Unit tests, benchmarks, TAKS 4. Transition of state assessment programs: End of Course and STAAR Tests 5. Character Education: Capturing Kids Hearts, Character Counts ALLPrincipals$16,100Professional develop- ment agenda, sign-in log, evaluations Evaluation of annual professional development 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

20 Runge ISD G 20 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: : RISD will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Athletic WIN/LOSS records. Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, improve student athletic participation to coincide with academic excellence. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90 % ( ) to 92 % ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82 % ( ) to 90 % ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 ATHLETICS Participation: Increase participation by promoting athletics. Talk to elementary students in PE classes about preparing for athletic participation. Fundraising: Hold an annual fundraiser for uniforms and equipment Facility Improvements: Sports field, press box, football scoreboard, visitor bleachers Booster Club: Increase participation by parents and community members College Readiness/Life Skills: Promote trips to colleges/universities (See also p. D) ALL Athletic Director Coaches Athletic Director Athletic Director, Counselor H $ To be determined H # boys, # girls on teams Fundraiser planning meetings Maint. Planning Agenda, sign-in log Requests for field trips End of year participation Funds raised Facilities improved End of year participation report Records, photos of trips 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

21 Runge ISD H 21 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 2: RISD will maintain high standards through an evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENTS Implement CSCOPE lessons into daily lesson planning: English, math, science, and social studies Non-core teachers will develop a curriculum timeline and write curriculum documents. Purchase and utilize the DMAC program to score assessments, disaggregate locally developed and state assessment data (TAKS) to determine 1. Commended Performance Percentages 2. Vertical Scaled Scores 3. Minimum Standards Scores 4. Student Tutorial Lists Teachers will plan and offer tutorials based on evaluations: unit tests, 9-week tests, benchmark tests, and TAKS results. ALL Core teachers Non-core teachers Counselor, core teachers Teachers CSCOPE, ESC 2 contract $5,500 DMAC contract $2,400 Scantron $2,800 Copier overage $1,500 Tutorials/H $20 hr Lesson plans DMAC data Tutorial lists, TAKS scores Curriculum notebook Curriculum timeline AEIS report 2. Curriculum Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

22 Runge ISD I 22 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 2: RISD will maintain high standards through an evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 90% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 82% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 TECHNOLOGY IN CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Provide appropriate technological interventions targeting reading acquisition at early childhood grades (PK-2), such as Waterford Early Learning Program, Accelerated Reader, etc. Provide a variety of supplemental curricula to support student achievement in Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies instruction: Measure Up, Study Island, TAKS Test Prep, Odyssey, Accelerated Reader, etc. Provide NetBooks for high school students, especially for those taking Dual Credit courses. ALL Technology Coordinator Principals, Teachers Technology Coordinator Waterford $620 yr license Accelerated Reader $4,000 license Study Island $6,300 license Odyssey 5 station $3,800 license NetBooks $310 each Awards for students who meet goals Progress reports Technology check out of inventory Report cards 2. Curriculum Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

23 Runge ISD J 23 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #3: RISD will promote a strong partnership between parents and community that results in shared responsibility and commitment for a quality educational system. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Number of parent contacts Long Range Goal: To promote a welcoming attitude in students, staff, and parents. Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS Maintain a welcoming climate for parents to come to school by - Greeting parents pleasantly - Offering sign in sheet and name tag - Prepare at least one bulletin board about positive parental involvement and good parenting tips. Use School Messenger system to call numbers giving messages, including school attendance notification. Provide academic information in parent workshops to improve parental involvement that supports student achievement. (Parent Mini-Conference) ALL Principals Principals, Counselor $200 for paper, markers, signs $639 annual service fee H Bulletin board Phone Messenger log Agenda, sign-in sheets Climate survey from visitors # students in ADA report End of year evaluation Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 3. Parents & Community

24 Runge ISD K 24 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #3: RISD will promote a strong partnership between parents and community that results in shared responsibility and commitment for a quality educational system. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Parent involvement records Long Range Goal: To improve student and staff participation in school activities. Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 SCHOOL ACTIVITIES FOR PARENTS Invite/involve parents in a variety of school activities - Reading to students - Assisting librarian: book fair - Fall carnival - Elementary room parents - High School class parent sponsors - Field trips - Athletic events Distribute a semester newsletter to parents. Seek parental support through various organizations: - Athletic Boosters Club - Band Boosters Club - Future Farmers of America (FFA) ALL Principals, Athletic Director Principals, SBDM Athletic Dir, Band Director, Ag Teacher Title I. ESC-3 $80 parent s attend conference H Student activity acct: $2 mile bus trips, bus driver $10 hr H Agenda, sign-in log Newsletter copy Membership roster End of year evaluation of activities SBDM review of news sent home. Photos, articles, website presence Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 3. Parents & Community

25 Runge ISD L 25 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal # 4: RISD will recruit, retain, and develop highly qualified employees with a sense of responsibility for the success of a new generation of students. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Hiring forms, student enrollment, master schedule Long Range Goal: To hire Highly Qualified staff. Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 EMPLOYMENT, ASSIGNMENT, EVALUATION Hire and assign teaching personnel to the area in which they are Highly Qualified and certified. Conduct a Highly Qualified evaluation annually to ensure the 100% distribution of Highly Qualified personnel on all campuses. Annually evaluate all district personnel with appropriate feedback. Hire the best substitute teachers available. - Designate one secretary to contact all subs - Offer substitute teacher training. - Prepare a handbook of sub guidelines ALL Supt, Principals Supt Supt, Principals Supt H Sub pay: $55 nondegreed, $65 degreed; $ certified teacher on 11 th consecutive day in same long-term assignment. Master schedule 1 st semester TEA Highly Qualified Report Job descriptions received Calendar log of subs hired Master schedule 2 nd semester End of Year HQ Report End of year evaluation reports End of year evaluation report on sub effectiveness 4. Personnel Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

26 Runge ISD M 26 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #5: RISD students will be on-track for high school graduation and will possess the skills necessary to be successful in the digital-learning age through the development of rigorous curriculum that leads to college and career readiness. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Needs assessmentstudent and staff requests for technology services Long Range Goal: Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Form Technology Committee to meet to support goals and objectives. Maintain current information: - District website - Camera surveillance system - Inventory of all technology equipment - Ticket system to organize service requests Provide staff development to staff for using all technology equipment. Apply for grants as appropriate to support infrastructure - E-Rate - Mass communication (free to schools) ALL Technology Coordinator H Web $1,000 Cameras $21,000 Inv – H Tkts - $500 H Grants: $200,000 e-rate Agendas, sign in log Monthly activity report Staff dev agenda, sign in log Grant application End of year evaluation by committee End of year report Staff dev evaluation Notice Of Grant Award (NOGA) 5. Technology Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

27 Runge ISD N 27 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #6: RISD campuses will maintain a safe, fair, and well-disciplined environment that is conducive to education. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Discipline referrals, teacher assigned detention, attendance and tardies Long Range Goal: For students to be responsible for their own good behavior. Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 STUDENT DISCIPLINE Utilize behavioral incentive program, grades 3-6, to support effective discipline management. Conduct staff development in reducing office referrals with training, such as: -10 Steps to Improving Discipline - Positive Discipline Strategies - Utilize Detention Forms for Minor Offenses. - Effectively Working with Parents Contacting parents for support ALL Principal, Teachers Supt, Principals Principals, Counselor, Teachers H $500 training, books H Progress reports with conduct grades #office referrals first semester; staff dev agendas, sign in log Phone log Report cards # office referrals end of year Contact log with total # parents contacted. 6. Safety Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

28 Runge ISD O 28 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #6: RISD campuses will maintain a safe, fair, and well-disciplined environment that is conducive to education. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Records of responses to drills and emergencies Long Range Goal: To be proactive in preventing a crisis or conflict Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 PLANNING AND DRILLS Annually review and revise as appropriate the District Emergency Management Plan. Conduct annual staff development on various topics: handling a crisis or conflict, sexual harassment, etc. Conduct scheduled and unscheduled drills: fire, tornado, shelter-in-place, campus evacuation. Monitor communication devices/systems needed for the Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) including two-way radios, bull-horns, telephone system, phone tree, School Messenger contact lists, etc. Supt. Supt, Principals Principals Technology Coordinator, Principals H $500 program speaker H $6,000 radios, $2l,905 Notifier, $1,000 extinguishers, $1,390 asbestos abatement Past year emergency plan Agenda, sign in log Drill logs EOP checks Current year revised emergency plan Reduction in # of conflicts End of year drill logs End of year review of EOP 6. Safety Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

29 Runge ISD P 29 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #6: RISD campuses will maintain a safe, fair, and well-disciplined environment that is conducive to education. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: To deter drug use among students Long Range Goal: Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 SAFE AND DRUG-FREE SCHOOL Emphasize the importance of living a drug-free life through various activities - Celebrate Safe and Drug-Free Schools Week. Continue contract for illegal drug use surveillance: - Canine - Pinnacle Lab ALLCounselor Supt $200 Red ribbons, etc. $800 canine, $8,000 Pinnacle lab test service Agenda Schedule Records of visits Evaluation of activities Results from surveillance 6. Safety Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

30 Runge ISD Q 30 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #6: RISD campuses will maintain a safe, fair, and well-disciplined environment that is conducive to education. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Responses to drills and emergencies Long Range Goal: To have staff trained and vehicles maintained with no accidents. Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 TRANSPORTATION Maintain bus driver certification and safety training Maintain all district vehicles. Conduct annual bus evacuation drills. ALL Director of Maintenance & Transport. $600 training $76,500 fuel, repairs, insurance H Bus driver records; agendas for safety meetings Vehicle maint records Class schedule of drills # safe drivers without accidents End of year maintenance records # accidents reduced 6. Safety Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

31 Runge ISD R 31 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #7: RISD will demonstrate effective planning of maintenance, operations, and facilities. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: To insure the school facility and grounds meet safe compliance standards. Long Range Goal: To maintain the inside and outside of the facility to improve safety Annual Performance Objective: Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 MAINTENANCE Maintain a record of repairs and expenses for facilities. Improve handicap accessibility of school entrances and exits (sidewalks and stairs) Maintain all athletic fields to ensure safety and UIL compliance Conserve utilities when possible Planning Develop 3-5 year long range plan for future facility improvement and growth ALLDir of Maint Athletic Director Principals Supt, Architect H $2,000 $5,000 $63,000 electricity H – Architect fee Purchase orders List of needed repairs Photos, UIL rules Monthly bills Long range plan needs assessment List of completed repairs Records of UIL compliance Annual expenditure Long range plan list of accomplish- ments 7. Facilities Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

32 Runge ISD S 32 Runge ISD District Improvement Plan District Goal #8: RISD will maximize funding resources to provide an equitable and exemplary education for all students by accomplishing district goals while maintaining fiscal responsibility through maintenance of an appropriate fund balance, superior fiscal accountability system (FIRST), and the pursuit of appropriate grant responsibilities. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: Long Range Goal: Maintain superior achievement rating on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas Annual Performance Objective: Maintain accountability and transparency for local, state, and federal funds. Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8/ /2012 BUSINESS OFFICE Ensure appropriate internal controls are in place to manage district funds. Conduct an annual audit. Maintain Superior Achievement, the highest standard, on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) indicators - Conduct public hearing on the FIRST indicators. - Utilize all funds appropriately, such as special funding (ARRA) - Maintain an appropriate fund balance. - Utilize the ESC-2 Finance Specialist as needed to maintain accountability ALLBusiness mgr Supt contracts auditor Supt H $15,200 H Bookkeep- ing system Audit preparation Agenda, minutes, financial spreadsheet End of year review of internal controls Board agenda item: Audit Report TEA FIRST Report 8. Finance Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

33 Comprehensive Needs Assessment Runge ISD33

34 Runge ISD34 Comprehensive Needs Assessment of Runge ISD a TEA Recognized District Runge ISD is a rural PK-12 th grade school district located in Runge, Texas. Runge ISD consists of two campuses: Runge Elementary (PK-6) and Runge High School (7-12). Runge is located 10 miles from Kenedy, Texas, and is one of four public school districts in Karnes County. The Runge school population is 300 students who are predominately Hispanic (247 students/ 82.3%) with a small white population (51 students/ 17%). There are 230 students (76.7%) considered economically disadvantaged. One hundred six (106/35.3%) students are labeled at risk of not graduating with their cohort or grade level group. While there are no students considered English Language Learners (Limited English Proficient), the district enrolled four migrant students in For the graduating class of 2009, all 16 students graduated. (12 Hispanic, 3 White, and 1 Native American).

35 Runge ISD35 Comprehensive Needs Assessment Information Sources: Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) – – – State Accountability: TEA Recognized District –Runge High School: Recognized –Runge Elementary: Academically Acceptable Federal Accountability: Met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

36 Runge ISD: AEIS Report of District Performance Comparison report for past three years using AEIS information. All students Summed across all grade levels tested

37 Runge ISD37 Reading/ELA All Students 93%91%90% African-American --- Hispanic 92%89%90% White 99% 90% Male 94%90% Female 93%90%92% Special Education 77%50%55% Economically Disadvantaged 92%87%88% At Risk 87%82%80% Runge ISD: AEIS Report of District Performance

38 Runge ISD38 Writing All Students 95% 93% African-American --- Hispanic 97%94%95% White -99%- Male 96% 90% Female 92%94%96% Special Education --- Eco Disadvantaged 93%94% At Risk 85%94%77% Runge ISD: AEIS Report of District Performance

39 Runge ISD39 Math All Students 83%88%82% African-American --- Hispanic 80%87%82% White 97%93%83% Male 86%90%85% Female 79%85%79% Special Education 31%50%20% Eco Disadvantaged 80%86%78% At Risk 66%73%65% Runge ISD: AEIS Report of District Performance

40 Runge ISD40 Science All Students 78%88%84% African-American --- Hispanic 73%87%79% White 99%92%99% Male 79%95%88% Female 77%75%79% Special Education 30%-- Eco Disadvantaged 73%79%77% At Risk 62%73%74% Runge ISD: AEIS Report of District Performance

41 Runge ISD41 Social Studies All Students 92%94%98% African-American --- Hispanic 90%95%98% White 99%89%99% Male 92%99%97% Female 92%85%99% Special Education 67%-- Eco Disadvantaged 92%93%97% At Risk 86%88%96% Runge ISD: AEIS Report of District Performance

42 Federal, State, and Local Funding Sources Runge ISD42

43 Funding Sources ProgramSourceAmount IDEA B – ARRAFederal $61, IDEA B – PreschoolFederal 1, REAPFederal 4, SFSF – StabilizationFederal 95, Title IFederal 178, Title I ARRA – StimulusFederal 111, Title IIA Prin & Tchr ImprovFederal 30, Title IID TechnologyFederal 3, Student Success InitiativeState 2,200.00

44 Funding Sources ProgramSourceAmount Lunch fundFederal $156, Lunch fundLocal 23, Technology AllotmentState 8, Local fundsLocal 775, Local fundsState 1,939, Local funds: Mac prog & KBP i/c Federal 23, Alcohol Reduction GrantFederal Yr 1: Yr 2: 405, Yr 3: 416,461.00

45 APPENDIX 1. Effective Schools Correlates 2. Ten Components of a School-wide Program (Title I) Runge ISD45

46 Effective School Correlates 1.Safe and Orderly Environment 2.Climate of High Expectations for Success 3.Instructional Leadership 4.Clear and Focused Mission 5.Opportunity to Learn/Student Time on Task 6.Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress 7.Home-School Relationship Runge ISD46

47 Ten components of a School-wide Program (Title I) 1. A comprehensive needs assessment of the entire campus that is based on information, which includes the achievement of students in relation to the State academic content standards and the State student academic achievement standards. 2. School-wide reform strategies that provide opportunities for all students to meet the States proficient and advanced levels of student academic achievement; and use effective methods and instructional strategies that are based on scientifically based research that strengthens the core academic program in the school, increases the amount and quality of learning time, such as extended school year, before and after-school programs, and summer programs to provide enriched and accelerated curriculum, and includes strategies for meeting the needs of historically underserved populations. 3.Instruction by highly qualified teachers. 4.In accordance with section 1119 and section 1114(a)(4), high quality and ongoing professional development for teachers, principals, and paraprofessionals and, if appropriate pupil services personnel, parents, and other staff to enable all children at the camp-us to meet the States student academic achievement standards. 5.Strategies to attract high-quality highly qualified teachers to high-need schools. 6.Strategies to include parental involvement in accordance with section 1118, such as family literacy services. Runge ISD47

48 Ten components of a School-wide Program (Title I) 7. Plans for assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs, such as Head Start, Early Reading First, or a State- run preschool program, to local elementary school programs. 8. Measures to include teachers in the decisions regarding the use of academic assessments described in section 111(b)(3) in order to provide information on, and to improve, the achievement of individual students in the overall instructional program. 9.Activities to ensure that students who experience difficulty mastering the proficient or advanced levels of academic achievement standards required by section 1111(b)(1) must be provided with effective, timely additional assistance which shall include measures to ensure that students disabilities are identified on a timely basis and to provide sufficient information on which to base effective assistance. 10.Coordination and integration of Federal, State, and local services and programs, including programs suppo0rted under this Act, violence prevention programs, nutrition programs, housing programs, Head Start, adult education, vocational and technical education, and job training. [P.L , Section 1114(b)(1)]. Runge ISD48


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