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The Missing PIEce…found! R2R at Downtown Elementary Magnet Academy Allison A. Cush.

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2 The Missing PIEce…found! R2R at Downtown Elementary Magnet Academy Allison A. Cush

3 College and Career Readiness Performance Index

4 CCRPI OVERALL SCORE Star Ratings for Financial Efficiency and School Climate are operational in Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved Our thought is R2R=CCRPI points!

5 CHALLENGE POINTS ED/EL/SWD PERFORMANCE Utilizes Performance Flags 15 Flags for Elementary and Middle Schools Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

6 CCRPI POINTS AND WEIGHTING Georgia Department of Education Dr. John D. Barge, State School Superintendent All Rights Reserved

7 The Challenge Raise student achievement Lessen tardiness Lessen absences Lower discipline referrals Decrease Out of School Suspensions Raise student achievement Lessen tardiness Lessen absences Lower discipline referrals Decrease Out of School Suspensions

8 The Solution…

9 Oops! Actually it’s: P.I.E.

10 Components Kick Off- Pep Rally, Contracts Weekly Incentives Every 9 Weeks Period- Small treats, “Blow out” celebrations Kick Off- Pep Rally, Contracts Weekly Incentives Every 9 Weeks Period- Small treats, “Blow out” celebrations I thought it was fun! I would love to have a popcorn party as one of the blow outs! Jordyn Howard Field Day was fun! If we were able to go to each blow out- we got to go to the front of the lines! La’Derricka Hardison I like the fact that they did the Friday Blowouts. Joeli Torres

11 R2R Pep Rally

12 Time to R.A.C.E. Respect Achievement Commitment Excellence Respect Achievement Commitment Excellence

13 Respect Recognizing a sense of worth or excellence in a person or thing and behaving in a way that acknowledges it. Treating others the way you would want to be treated. Recognizing authority and following the rules. Taking care of your school, your property, and things that belong to other people. Recognizing a sense of worth or excellence in a person or thing and behaving in a way that acknowledges it. Treating others the way you would want to be treated. Recognizing authority and following the rules. Taking care of your school, your property, and things that belong to other people.

14 Respect So to whom should you show respect? Your teammates (class mates) Your driver (teacher) Your competitors (other students and drivers) Your pit crew (administration and other staff members) Your fans (visitors to the school) Your sponsors (your parents and family) So to whom should you show respect? Your teammates (class mates) Your driver (teacher) Your competitors (other students and drivers) Your pit crew (administration and other staff members) Your fans (visitors to the school) Your sponsors (your parents and family)

15 Achievement Achievement means success - to accomplish a goal, to make a special effort. What are some examples of achievement? Passing a test, participating in class, finishing a project. Achievement means success - to accomplish a goal, to make a special effort. What are some examples of achievement? Passing a test, participating in class, finishing a project.

16 Commitment Turning in your homework complete and on time. Turning in library books on time. Getting to school on time. Not being absent from school unless it’s absolutely necessary. Turning in your homework complete and on time. Turning in library books on time. Getting to school on time. Not being absent from school unless it’s absolutely necessary.

17 Excellence Examples: The entire class making a great grade on a test – not just passing, but doing very, very well. Reading books for pleasure – not because you are required to read them. Being caught doing something nice for someone else. Being a good Downtown citizen. Examples: The entire class making a great grade on a test – not just passing, but doing very, very well. Reading books for pleasure – not because you are required to read them. Being caught doing something nice for someone else. Being a good Downtown citizen.

18 The R.A.C.E. Track

19 The Proof is in the Puddin’…(P.I.E. in this case!)

20 More Achievement

21 Even More Achievement

22 Partners in Education The models and the means for educational excellence.


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