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1 Module 1: CIP Basics Contents of Module: Purposes of the CIP Roles of LEA, Principal, and CIP Team and Timeline Identifying the Team eCIP Basic Information Importance of Clear Communication of the Plan What Does CIP Success Look Like? 1

2 CIP Basics Foundational Knowledge/Purposeful Planning 2

3 Turn and Talk “think a number of moves ahead as you gather as much information as you possibly can” What could this chess strategy have in common with the complete CIP Process ? 3

4 CIP: Intentional Focus Success is the intentional, pre-meditated use of choice and decision. Unless you choose – with certainty- what it is you want, you accept table scraps by default! Goals: The 10 Rules for Achieving Success by Gary Ryan Blair 4

5 Continuous Improvement Plan A concise instrument that can help communicate and establish expectations.A concise instrument that can help communicate and establish expectations. A written plan that represents a real commitment. Without a commitment, a goal is only a dream.A written plan that represents a real commitment. Without a commitment, a goal is only a dream. A mechanism for inspecting what you expect.A mechanism for inspecting what you expect. 5

6 CIP Basics Roles and Responsibilities of the LEA, Principal, and CIP Team 6

7 Responsibilities of the LEA Schools have well written plans, communicated to all stakeholders, approved by the Board, and approved by the Superintendent by the SDE plan submission dateSchools have well written plans, communicated to all stakeholders, approved by the Board, and approved by the Superintendent by the SDE plan submission date SI Schools are implementing, reviewing, and amending the plan seven times during the yearSI Schools are implementing, reviewing, and amending the plan seven times during the year 7

8 Responsibilities of the LEA SI Schools are sending written summaries of each review to the LEA for documentation and monitoring purposesSI Schools are sending written summaries of each review to the LEA for documentation and monitoring purposes LEA is filling in the comment log after each SI reviewLEA is filling in the comment log after each SI review LEA is assisting schools in next steps as a result of monitoring, amendments of the plan, and the review process as a wholeLEA is assisting schools in next steps as a result of monitoring, amendments of the plan, and the review process as a whole 8

9 Responsibilities of the Principal Work with the LEA to schedule and conduct the seven reviewsWork with the LEA to schedule and conduct the seven reviews Select the appropriate personnel to be a part of the CIP/leadership teamSelect the appropriate personnel to be a part of the CIP/leadership team Lead the process: writing, communicating, implementing, monitoring, reflecting, etcLead the process: writing, communicating, implementing, monitoring, reflecting, etc 9

10 Responsibilities of the Principal Provide the SIS, LEA, and leadership team with explicit feedback after each reviewProvide the SIS, LEA, and leadership team with explicit feedback after each review Evaluate not just the implementation of the plan but also it’s effectiveness by continuously leading the team to analyze dataEvaluate not just the implementation of the plan but also it’s effectiveness by continuously leading the team to analyze data 10

11 CIP Basics Identifying the CIP Team 11

12 If we get the right people on the bus, the right people in the right seats, and the wrong people off the bus, then we’ll figure out how to take it someplace great. Identifying the Team 12 Core Content Teachers Counselor, Special Ed Parents, Students, Community Planners, Motivators Principal, Asst Principal

13 CIP Team Timeline From CIP Training - September Attend Training Disaggregate Data Get Input From Faculty Write the Plan September October Set up Documentation Communicate the Plan Throughout Check Documentation Participate in Seven Reviews Make Amendments Keep the Plan Alive 13

14 CIP Basics eCIP Basic Information 14

15 The Electronic CIP (eCIP) Who writes an eCIP? All Title I schoolsAll Title I schools All schools in ImprovementAll schools in Improvement Templates available: Title I SchoolwideTitle I Schoolwide Title I Targeted AssistanceTitle I Targeted Assistance Non TitleNon Title 15

16 To access the eCIP: Electronic ElectronicContinuousImprovementPlanwww.alsdecip.com 16

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18 Initial Information Part 1: Needs Assessment Part 2: Goal to Address Academic Needs Part 3: Goal to Address AMAO/ELP Needs Part 4: Strategies to Address Safety, Classroom Management/Discipline and Supportive Environments Part 5: Components to Satisfy Federal Requirements Part 6: Parental Involvement Plan Part 7: Professional Learning Needs Part 8: Budget 18

19 INITIAL REVIEW /DEVELOPMENT Target Date: August Purpose: Review assessment data to develop plan or make plan adjustments to existing plan. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials______________ LEA initials ______________ Other ___________________ COMMENTS*(Required) *Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 1 Target Date: September Purpose: AMENDMENT - Incorporate recommendations from school, LEA and/or SDE. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials______________ LEA initials ______________ Other ___________________ COMMENTS*(Required) * Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 2 Target Date: October Purpose: IMPLEMENTATION - Provide documentation/evidence of improvement. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials__________ LEA initials ______________ Other ____________ COMMENTS*(Required) * Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 3 Target Date: November Purpose: IMPLEMENTATION – Provide documentation/evidence of improvement. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials____________ LEA initials ______________ Other: ________________ COMMENTS*(Required) * Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 4 Target Date: January Purpose: IMPLEMENTATION - Provide documentation/evidence of improvement. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials______________ LEA initials ______________ Other ___________________ COMMENTS*(Required) *Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 5 Target Date: February Purpose: IMPLEMENTATION - Provide documentation/evidence of improvement. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials______________ LEA initials ______________ Other ___________________ COMMENTS*(Required) * Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 6 Target Date: March Purpose: IMPLEMENTATION - Provide documentation/evidence of improvement. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials______________ LEA initials ______________ Other ___________________ COMMENTS*(Required) * Use additional pages, if needed REVIEW 7 Target Date: April - May Purpose: REFLECTIONS/PROJECTIONS – Evaluate each goal, strategy, and action for continuation, revision, or removal. Date ________________________________ Principal Initials______________ LEA initials ______________ Other ___________________ COMMENTS*(Required) *Use additional pages, if needed Use information from Reviews to Evaluate the plan and to update the plan for the coming year. 19

20 Part IX- Review/Support Documentation 20

21 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT GOAL (SHOULD ADDRESS IDENTIFIED WEAKNESSES AND GAPS): Data Results on which goal is based: TARGET GRADE LEVEL(S):TARGET CONTENT AREA(S): Circle One Reading Math Science Other AHSGE: Reading Math Science Social Studies Language ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC INDICATORS:TARGET STUDENT SUBGROUP(S): COURSES OF STUDYREFORM STRATEGIESBENCHMARKSINTERVENTIONSRESOURCES WHICH COURSE OF STUDY STANDARDS, AHSGE STANDARDS/O BJECTIVES, ELIGIBLE CONTENT, OR WIDA* STANDARDS ARE LINKED TO EACH STRATEGY? WHAT RESEARCH- BASED STRATEGIES/ACTIONS WILL BE USED TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE? (Give specific strategies, not just programs or program names.) HOW WILL PROGRESS FOR EACH ACTION STEP BE MEASURED? (PERFORMANCE DATA, LISTS, SURVEYS, ETC) HOW WILL THE SCHOOL PROVIDE TIMELY ASSISTANCE IF STRATEGIES DO NOT CHANGE PERFORMANCE? WHAT RESOURCES AND SPECIFIC EXPENDITURES WILL BE NEEDED FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION? (Ex: 6 Classroom Libraries, $ ) STRATEGY: ACTION STEP: STRATEGY: ACTION STEP: STRATEGY: ACTION STEP: 21

22 CIP Basics Effective Communication of the Plan 22

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24 CIP Basics What Does CIP Success Look Like? 24

25 Writing the Plan. The plan is written by a team. The team plays a vital role in analyzing data and determining goals, strategies, and action steps. The Principal is a key leader in the process and understands the plan. Weaknesses in the Needs Assessments are addressed throughout the whole plan. All parts of the plan are connected and related. Communicating the Plan. The plan is communicated to and approved by the Board and signed by the Principal, Federal Programs Coordinator, and CIP team. The SIS and Principal/leadership team plan together how they will effectively communicate the plan to faculty, staff, parents, community, and students. Implementing and Documenting. All teachers understand the plan and "work" the plan. All teachers contribute to documenting evidence of their support of the plan. Conducting a Thorough Check Point. LEAs, with the assistance of the SDE, conduct a thorough checkpoint of all CI Plans evaluating the goals, strategies, action steps as they relate to the needs assessment and make recommendations. The LEA checks the Culture Page and Professional Development page to make sure it addresses the identified needs. Monitoring and the Seven Reviews. The LEA/SIS assist the Principal in conducting the seven reviews. The LEA/ SIS assist the schools in preparing/preplanning the reviews. The LES/SIS assist the schools in determining how feedback and support is given after each review. The plan is fluid and reflects necessary changes/additions after each review. 25


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