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1 School Improvement Plan Presentation Creating Bridges Inspiring Success

2  School Improvement Team  Grade Level Teams  Building-Based Student Team (BBST)  School Steering Committee  Department Chairs  Parent Support  Administration/Counseling/Support Staff

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6 The percentage of special education students passing Language Arts ISTEP+ will improve by 5% as measured by the ISTEP+ assessment  Class of 2017 (Current 6 th Grade) From 31% to 36%  Class of 2018 (Current 5 th Grade) From 44% to 49%

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9 The percentage of special education students passing Math ISTEP will improve by 5% as measured by the ISTEP+ assessment  Class of 2017 (Current 6 th Grade) From 26% to 31%  Class of 2018 (Current 5 th Grade) From 41% to 46%

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11 Discovery Team – 2 TeachersDiscovery Team – 3 Teachers 2 Block Rotation3 Block Rotation 120 Minutes Math120 Minutes EDM Compass Learning UNCHANGED 150 Minutes of Reading/Language Arts Science/Social Studies - 45 Minutes Small Classes Exploratory / Lunch / Recess

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13 The percentage of students scoring Pass Plus on the 2011 ISTEP + assessment in Language Arts will increase by 5% as compared to the 2010 ISTEP+ test.  Class of 2017 (Current 6 th Grade) From 21% to 26%  Class of 2018 (Current 5 th Grade) From 13% to 18%

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16 The percentage of students scoring Pass Plus on the 2011 ISTEP + assessment in Math will increase by 5% as compared to the 2010 ISTEP+ test.  Class of 2017 (Current 6 th Grade) From 5% to 10%  Class of 2018 (Current 5 th Grade) From 17% to 22%

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18 The percent of students with a RIT score at or above the grade level norm (50 th %ile) will increase from: 65% in the Spring of 2010 to 70% in the Spring of 2011 as measured by the NWEA Reading MAP test.

19 Percent of Students Who Have Met Their Yearly Achievement Goal by The Winter NWEA Test

20 The percent of students with a RIT score at or above the grade level norm (50 th %ile) will increase from: 56% in the Spring of 2010 to 70% in the Spring of 2011 as measured by the NWEA Math MAP test.

21 Percent of Students Who Have Met Their Yearly Achievement Goal by The Winter NWEA Test

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23 “Grizz Time” Students participate according to proficiency level (remediation to enrichment)  45 minutes daily  Target 4 language arts & 4 math skills  Pre and post test  Data teams identify strategies

24 Response to Instruction Tier % Tier % Services across tiers are fluid and data-driven. Team Behavior Logs, Counseling Services, On-Level Celebrations, Positive Phone Calls, School-wide Discipline Plan Core Curriculum, Scott Foresman, Everyday Math, Team Book Clubs, Compass Learning, On-Level Celebrations, Data Teams Tier 3 1-5% Scott Foresman, Every day Math, BBST, Compass Learning, Literacy League – Title I, Leveled Readers, Discovery Team, Data Teams One on One with Administration, Sensory Room, Counseling Services, Functional Behavior Assessment, Check In/Out, BBST, ACT Services Referral, Possible Referral to Adult & Child, Required Parent Conference, Hot Pass, School-wide Discipline Plan Scott Foresman Sidewalks, Compass Learning, Discovery Team Sensory Room, Behavior Coach, Functional Behavior Assessment, Investigate Special Services Referral, School-wide Discipline Plan

25  646 Students currently receiving RTI Tier I th grade band students (daily)  112 Students in Tier 2  35 Students in Tier 3  12 Students with RTI behavior plans Students move among Grizz time ( RTI ) classes based on pre and post test scores for targeted skills.

26 Teacher Names Number and names of students who are LIKELY: ALREADY CLOSE - 7 Number and names of students who are LIKELY: FAR TO GO – 6-5 Number and names of students FAR TO GO: INTENSIVE SUPPORT Projected number at proficiency after instruction Issac M Mike T Sam E Charles L Bailey B Benjamin C Robert V Jacob G Ben C Kaite H Anthony P Lucas J D-Lanee D Parker S Clayton D Rachel F Tyler C Madison A Jalen D Payton P Ethan J Caressa J Cheyenne C Tim B Rebekah J Nathan Q Jack F Ben H Hanna S Jacob T

27 STRENGTHS 1. Students understand the parts of a book (eg, Index). 2. Students do well with single-task questions. 3. Students remembered bibliography from last year's research unit. GOAL The percentage of Team Elite students scoring at proficiency or higher in Skill 1 will increase from 31% to 95% by September 13, 2010 as measured by post test on September 13, OBSTACLES 1. Vocabulary - Students did not understand the word CITATION. 2. Question #9 should cite a more current book for the bibliography, and second line of bibliography should be indented on test. 3. Question #7 - The students were stumped by the word ENTRIES. 4. Students were intimidated by multi-step questions. STRATEGIES 1. Model and practice - demonstrating how to locate information using Index (references). 2. Cooperative Grouping - constructing an Index from words given to the student by the teacher. 3. Think Alouds. 4. Gradual Release of Responsibilities.

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29 Currently 58 students are being served in Title I 5 th Grade 29 students receiving Title I assistance in Language Arts 90% ( 26 students ) with Tier 2 interventions have shown growth 10% ( 3 students ) with Tier 2 interventions have not shown growth 6 th Grade 29 students receiving Title I assistance in Language Arts 86% ( 25 students ) with Tier 2 interventions have shown growth 14% ( 4 students ) with Tier 2 interventions have not shown growth

30 GOALSTATUS By 2011, 100% of CBIS science teachers will be using ISTEM practices. COMPLETED By 2012, 100% of CBIS faculty and administration, in conjuncture with FCSC, will use data-driven decision making to determine instructional decisions related to achievement as measured by data team records. COMPLETED By 2012, 100% of CBIS faculty will expand their knowledge and use of action-based research to determine effective instructional strategies.  By the end of the school year, 100% of the faculty will be involved with professional development in action-based research.  By the beginning of the school year, at least one teacher in each core subject will pilot an action-based research activity with their classes.  By the end of the school year, 100% of the faculty will be using action-based research in at least one area. ON TARGET

31 2009– Grizz Time – 30 MinutesGrizz Time – 45 Minutes High Ability Clusters On TeamsHigh Ability Teams Health Taught In Focus ClassHealth Taught In Physical Ed Class Focus ClassFocus Class Eliminated Math – 45 MinutesMath (EDM) – 90 Minutes Band – 30 MinutesBand – 45 Minutes Team Time – 30 MinutesProfessional Development Wednesdays – 40 Minutes Prior To School Day

32  Rigorous Curriculum  Specialized Student Groupings  Data Driven Instruction/ RTI  NWEA Goal setting  Safe and Disciplined Learning Environment  Parent Involvement/Workshops  Professional Development: ◦ Gradual Release Responsibility (GRR), Curry-Samara model, Data Teams, Power Writing, Indiana Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (ISTEM) notebooks, Everyday Math, ExamView, Curriculum Mapping, etc.

33  NWEA Goal Setting  Spirit Days  Honor Roll  Attendance Incentives  On-level Team Quarterly Incentives  Positive Support Programs: ◦ Anti-Bullying, Red Ribbon Week, Rachel’s Challenge, Leadership Breakfast, Lunch with the Principal, Cub Cards, Service Learning Projects, Grizz Kids, etc.

34 Custer Baker Intermediate School Moving from Good to Great


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