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2012 - 2013 STATE OF THE SCHOOL ADDRESS. SCHOOL SIGNATURE STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS STAFF INSTRUCTION ACHIEVEMENT INFORMATION FACILITY BUDGET IMPORTANT.

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1 STATE OF THE SCHOOL ADDRESS

2 SCHOOL SIGNATURE STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS STAFF INSTRUCTION ACHIEVEMENT INFORMATION FACILITY BUDGET IMPORTANT DATES AGENDA

3 OUR VISION All learners believe in their power to embrace learning, to excel, and to own their future. OUR MISSION The core purpose of Albemarle County Public Schools is to establish a community of learners and learning, through rigor, relevance, and relationships, one student at a time. ALBEMARLE COUNTY SCHOOL DIVISION

4 OUR VALUES & BELIEFS EXCELLENCE MEANINGFUL LEARNING YOUNG PEOPLE DESERVE THE BEST WE HAVE TO OFFER COMMUNITY COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY TO ACHIEVE COMMON GOALS RESPECT TREATING ALL INDIVIDUALS WITH HONOR & DIGNITY ALBEMARLE COUNTY SCHOOL DIVISION

5 STRATEGIC PLANNING GOALS 1.GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS 2.ELIMINATE THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP 3.DIVERSE HIGH QUALITY TEACHING PERSONNEL, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATORS 4.WORLD-CLASS EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM 5.EFFICIENT SYSTEMS FOR RESOURCES ALBEMARLE COUNTY SCHOOL DIVISION

6 WESTERN ALBEMARLE HIGH WARRIORS HENLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL HORNETS CROZET ELEMENTARY EAGLES WESTERN FEEDER PATTERN

7 Create. Connect. Communicate. CROZET ELEMENTARY SOARING TO SUCCESS with Innovation!

8 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS MALE 249 FEMALE % WHITE 3.7% AFRICAN AMERICAN 1% ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER 4% HISPANIC 5% MULTI-RACIAL 85.7% WHITE 3.7% AFRICAN AMERICAN 1% ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER 4% HISPANIC 5% MULTI-RACIAL 49.6 % MALE 50.4 % FEMALE 7.6% GIFTED EDUCATION 9.3% SPECIAL EDUCATION 3.5% LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT 20% FREE & REDUCED LUNCH

9 10 Day ENROLLMENT K TOTAL – 323

10 CROZET STAFF 18.5 Classroom Teachers 12 Specialists 9 New Teachers ART, MUSIC MEDIA SPECIALIST GIFTED/TALENTED INTERVENTION/PREVENTION ESOL – part time 1.3 PE TEACHERS, SPEECH, PYSCHOLOGIST, 1 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, 1 GUIDANCE COUNSELOR 1.24 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS 3 INSTRUCTIONAL COACHES

11 9 TEACHING ASSISTANTS (total) 6 REGULAR EDUCATION TAs 4 SPECIAL EDUCATION TAs 2 OFFICE ASSOCIATES 1 NURSE 4 CUSTODIANS 6 BUS DRIVERS 4 CAFETERIA STAFF CROZET SUPPORT STAFF

12 CROZET TEACHER CHARACTERISTICS 10 MASTER’S DEGREE 13 BACHELOR’S DEGREE 1 MASTERS + 30 years SCHOOL DIVISION GOAL DIVERSE HIGH QUALITY TEACHING PERSONNEL.

13 CROZET Soaring to Success! FQL TPA PLC School Improvement Feeder Pattern Improvement Strategic Plan

14 CURRICULUM WHAT? RICH, RIGOROUS AND RELEVANT INSTRUCTION HOW? ENGAGING INQUIRY BASED LEARNING ASSESSMENT HOW WILL WE KNOW? BALANCED AND INFORM INSTRUCTION Establishing a community of learners and learning, through RIGOR, RELEVANCE and RELATIONSHIPS, one student at a time. FRAMEWORK FOR QUALITY LEARNING (FQL)

15 TEACHER PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL (TPA) IMPACTS STUDENT LEARNING PROFESSIONAL GROWTH SELF ASSESSMENT GOAL-SETTING OBSERVATION LEARNING WALKS STUDENT ACADEMIC PROGRESS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES (PLC) FOCUS ON STUDENT LEARNING WHAT DOES CROZET LOOK LIKE WHEN IT ORGANIZES AROUND A COMMITMENT TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGH STANDARDS BY ALL STUDENTS?

16 SOL SCORES Standards of Learning Results

17 Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) Results Crozet Adjusted Pass Rate = 90% Grade 3 Pass Rate = 81% Grade 4 Pass Rate = 88% Grade 5 Pass Rate = 96% Crozet English Performance = 88% HOW ARE WE DOING?

18 Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) Results Crozet Adjusted Math Pass Rate = 66% Grade 3 Pass Rate = 58% Grade 4 Pass Rate = 65% Grade 5 Pass Rate = 74% Crozet Math Performance = 65.6% HOW ARE WE DOING?

19 Accreditation Adjusted Pass Rates represent achievement in all tested grade levels and allowances made for transfer students & limited English proficient students and credit awarded to schools for the successful remediation of students. Crozet is Fully Accredited HOW ARE WE DOING?

20 Social StudiesScienceWriting 3 rd Grade77% 85%N/A 5 th Grade84%98%93% Social Studies, Science & Writing

21 Grade 3 – Advance Pass Rates Reading – 36% Math – 8% Science – 36% Social Studies – 26% Grade 4 – Advance Pass Rates Reading – 45% Math – 8% Grade 5 – Advance Pass Rates Reading – 37%, Writing – 22%, Math 9%, SS – 44%, Sci. – 33% Advance Pass Rates

22 SuccessesAreas to Grow Advance Pass Rates - ReadingMath – fractions, math vocabulary Advance Pass Rates – Social StudiesCritical Thinking Skills Advance Pass Rates - ScienceMathematical Thinking Science overall scoresContinued Alignment of Models of Instruction in Literacy in Grades K-5 WritingContinued Alignment of teaching Math in Grades K-5 Successes/Areas to Grow Standards of Learning

23 OUR GOALS Increase annual measurable outcome (AMO) targets by 10% in Reading and Math. Create a collaborative school climate that cultivates respect for individual differences and acceptance of others within all learning communities. Increase student engagement through the implementation of research-based instructional strategies. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

24 Student Achievement Mastery Extension – Intervention, Remediation, Enrichment time Math Investigations/Making Meaning/Being a Writer Performance-based Tasks STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math Technology that Supports Learning Contemporary Learning Spaces School Climate Responsive Classroom Approach Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Safe Schools & Healthy Students sponsored school activities Character Counts Program Community-building school & PTO activities Professional Development Teachers – Life-long Learners Professional Development Learning Opportunities Key Strategies

25 FACILITY OPENED IN 1990 CAPACITY 342 ENROLLMENT 323 GYM CAFETERIA/AUDITORIUM MEDIA CENTER COMPUTER LAB CROZET CREATURES AREA COURTYARD/BUTTERFLY GARDEN OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER RECEIVED THE ENERGY STAR AWARD. SITE IMPROVEMENTS NEW FRONT ENTRANCE Redefining our Learning Spaces

26 Operational Budget for $ 64, Required 7.5% Holdback – $4, Allocation per pupil - $ SCHOOL BUDGET

27  Wages for TA’s, Substitute Teachers, Overtime Wages, Contracted Services  Field Trips, Instructional Supplies  Books, Technology and Subscriptions  Educational Supplies  Classroom Teacher Allocations  Printing, Postal, Lease, Staff Development, Telephone Operation Budget Major Cost Centers

28  Intervention/Prevention $16,808  PALS Tutoring $ 5,304 Other Funding

29 Monica Brooks President DJ Stoeberl Vice-President Vicki Jones Secretary Beth Bassett Treasurer CROZET PTO

30 COMMUNICATION SCHOOL QUARTERLY NEWSLETTERS CLASS NEWLETTERS PTO CROZET EAGLE ANNOUNCEMENTS PTO NEWLETTERS SCHOOL WEB PAGE TWITTER ELECTRONIC SCHOOL NOTIFICATION SYSTEM TUESDAY ENVELOPES Wikis Google Docs Parent Portal Teacher First – build a relationship with your child’s teacher.

31 CALENDAR ITEMS OCT. 25 – End of the 1 st Marking Period OCT. 26 – FALL FESTIVAL (5:30-8:00 PM) NOV. 5 – NO SCHOOL (Teacher Professional Dev. Day) NOV. 6 – NO SCHOOL (Election Day) NOV. 13 – Report Cards go home NOV STUDENT/TEACHER HOLIDAYS Thanksgiving Holiday Upcoming important DATES

32 CROZET – Hopes & Dreams 21 st Century Skills Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, Critical-Thinking Teaching Beyond the Basics Above & Beyond


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