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1 COLONIAL BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 16 North Irving Avenue Colonial Beach, Virginia 22443

2 Colonial Beach High School Members of Transformation Team LTPs – Jan Rozzelle, Valerie Gregory, Mary Whitley, Teressa Caldwell, Mary Runnells Principal – Clint Runyan Internal Lead Partner – Kathleen Beane Superintendent – Donna Power

3 Measures of Success Related to High School Principal Mentorship Objectives LTP Dr. Teressa Caldwell 1.Expand understanding of different leadership styles and approaches a. Supporting others to achieve goals b. Motivating others Supporting Activities: 2 teachers identified to share leadership in developing uniform, consistent syllabi establishing high expectations to be used with all faculty beginning 2 nd semester. Researching Grading and Reporting documents from 3 other school divisions to put into place a uniform grading and reporting system that all teachers must follow.

4 2.Continue to develop and demonstrate Emotional Intelligence a. Increasing Emotional Intelligence Supporting Activities: Readings: Daniel Goleman on Emotional Intelligence. You Tube presentation by Daniel Goleman

5 3. Continue to demonstrate successful communication and cooperation a. Developing assertiveness skills b. Developing listening skills Supporting Activity: Multiple conversations, readings with regard to conducting effective positive and negative interactions with faculty, community and students. Engaging in problem-solving of current issues to inform effective decision-making and leadership.

6 4.To develop and implement a successful Parent Teacher Student Association membership growth plan that will recruit members to demonstrate the value of parent and community involvement and connectedness, to serve as enthusiastic volunteers, and to actively support the instructional program. Supporting Activity: PTSA initiated summer of Growth and development ongoing.

7 5. Maintaining the momentum of progressive mastery of additional new personal and professional skills and excellence in supervision of instruction and in developing a learning-centered school. Supporting Activity: Many, many conversations around what constitutes effective instruction and the role of the building principal in increasing achievement. Readings from Marzano. Professional publications.

8 LTP Report Jan Rozzelle & Valerie Gregory Key Roles and Responsibilities Provide professional development on high- yield student engagement strategies Support implementation of new teacher evaluation program Organize and conduct classroom observations, analyze data and provide specific feedback to teachers Build collaboration and learning communities among teachers and students

9 Professional Development Activities Whole school workshop on high-yield strategies Weekly individual consultations with teachers Individual and team consultations by subject area on goal setting, pre-assessments, student growth goals Classroom observations in all classrooms provided specific feedback and considerations to each teacher

10 Professional Development Activities Curriculum resources provided to teachers based on observation data, e.g. booklet of review strategies to engage all students; earth science instructional material; comprehension strategy lessons and student materials VTALL Teacher Leader training for Peer Coaching at William and Mary for Mr. McNamara and Ms. Preston

11 Peer Observation Activities Organized teams of two or three teachers and created a schedule of peer observations and post-observation discussions Facilitated weekly peer observations that increased frequency of specific feedback to teachers

12 Collaboration and Learning Communities Activities Shared and modeled ideas and strategies for building student collaboration and learning communities in classrooms Organized and facilitated peer observations that emphasized building relationships and increasing teacher collaboration

13 New Teacher Evaluation Activities Customized teacher evaluation handbook for Colonial Beach High School Provided multiple individual and department consultations on teacher goal setting Assisted teachers with developing or identifying appropriate pre-assessments Provided multiple individual and department consultations on student growth goals Provided specific feedback on teaching and learning data from weekly classroom observations

14 LTP Report Mary Whitley Goals and Responsibilities To guide and monitor the Colonial Beach High School Instructional Leadership Team and the Colonial Beach Division Improvement Team in updating and continuing improvement plans via the INDISTAR Web site; To provide assistance to the principal and guidance director in utilizing the Virginia Early Warning System (or other tools) to identify students at-risk of not graduating from Colonial Beach High School and in developing and utilizing effective interventions to provide necessary supports to those students to raise the graduation rate; and, To make classroom observations of “Drifter Time” and recommend strategies to increase effectiveness.

15 Progress to Date Colonial Beach High School (CBHS) Instructional Leadership Council and Colonial Beach Division Improvement Team have met monthly to update the improvement plans, review data and progress, and discuss recommendations. To assist students in meeting the graduation requirements, an X-Factor Committee was organized to review teacher referrals of students and data on individual student attendance, discipline, and academic achievement. School guidance, administration, and classroom teachers participate in the meetings to recommend supports for students.

16 The CBHS faculty participated in a meeting to review and discuss the INDISTAR improvement plan and how each teacher is involved in the improvement process. A presentation was made to the new teachers in the mentoring program on the INDISTAR plan and their contributions to the improvement effort. Observations of the Drifter Time have been made with recommendations to the principal for improvement.

17 9th Grade Students Tested 1 student in Tier 3-seriously below grade level 2 students in Tier 2-moderately below grade level 28 students in Tier 1-performing at grade level

18 Course GradeMid-Quarter Benchmark 1 st Quarter Benchmark Mid-Quarter Benchmark SOL Score SOL Pass rate Reading 1163%100%70% Writing 1195%100% EOC Reading Benchmarks

19 CourseGrade Mid-Quarter Benchmark 1 st Quarter Benchmark Mid-Quarter Benchmark SOL Score SOL Pass rate Algebra I EOC 100%96%100%70% Algebra IIEOC 67%86%100%70% GeometryEOC 49%43%79%70% EOC Math Benchmarks

20 EOC Science Benchmarks Course Grade Mid-Quarter Benchmark 1 st Quarter Benchmark Mid-Quarter Benchmark SOL Score SOL Pass rate Earth Science EOC 77%100% 85%70% BiologyEOC 94% 92%70% ChemistryEOC 2 nd Sem. 70%

21 EOC History Benchmarks Course Grade Mid-Quarter Benchmark 1 st Quarter Benchmark Mid-Quarter Benchmark SOL Score SOL Pass rate WH 1 EOC 75%86%76%70% WH II EOC 67%100%83%70% US/VAEOC 92%88%96%70%

22 Climate and Culture Year 1 – Students and staff resentful of new mandates Teachers very cautious of new mandated working relationship with LTPs All staff approved of increased level of professional development Students/staff responded very well to new 4X4 schedule

23 Climate and Culture Year 2 – Teachers have embraced interactive involvement of LTPs Students’ benchmark results show improvement in working towards mastery Students demonstrate a more positive attitude because of increased opportunities for makeup work, one-on-one interaction, and being offered every opportunity to succeed New teachers support new higher standards Increased parental involvement supports student success Increased cooperation between athletics and academics ensures student eligibility

24 Student Behavior/Absenteeism Student behavior improved due to adjusted schedule- greater learning time, less disruptions, and length of courses Absenteeism remains a major problem with certain students Superintendent working on Juvenile Justice Committee to create a consistent statewide accountability policy

25 Teacher Indicators No issues with teacher absenteeism Large turnover rate of teaching staff due to negative feelings of being identified in school improvement and being required to adopt a transformational model of teaching Lack of competitive salaries and benefits continues to present sustainability of a consistent staff

26 Strengths of Transformation Program Drifter time instituted – 40 minute daily remediation/enrichment opportunity for all students to work in content area(s) of difficulty All LTPs are highly qualified professional educators School board strongly supports and is highly involved in transformation School board frequently visit schools and attend activities and events

27 Areas of Opportunity/Improvement More professional development needed in areas of curriculum alignment, syllabus construction, and pacing guides as new SOL core content standards are added each year New teacher evaluation pilot has been implemented for the school year Increased interaction with our new school resource officer and truant officer needs to be coordinated A unique opportunity for every high school student to have a personal mentor in the newly developed Adult/Student mentoring program

28 SIG Funds School – Principal visited and observed high-performing schools Additional personnel New PTA APEX virtual learning Istation and ARDT Teacher evaluation pilot Math coach Adult/student mentor program Ipad 2s for all juniors Laptops for all teachers

29 SIG Funds District – LTP salaries High school celebration for full accreditation Evening parent/community classes Superintendent invited to be part of school improvement initiative in England Superintendent invited to attend SIG Conference in Denver, CO to receive additional support and resources in the transformation model

30 Baseline for Schools from VDOE Colonial Beach High School 2010 to 2011 Increase in Graduation Rate 2010 English or rank/154 or English or rank/161 or to 2011 Increase in English Ranking 2010 Math or rank/154 or Math or rank/161 or to 2011 Increase In Mathematics Ranking 2010 Both or rank/308 or Both or rank/322 or to 2011 Increase in Both Yes No Yes No

31 Virginia Department of Education Page Office of School Improvement School Accreditation Detail Report School Year Based on the data from the School Year School Division: Colonial Beach School: Colonial Beach High Grade Range: 08 to 12 Title 1 Status: Not Title 1 Final Accreditation Status this Year: Fully Accredited Accreditation Status Last Year: Fully Accredited

32 Virginia Department of Education Page Office of School Improvement School Accreditation Detail Report School Year Based on the data from the School Year SubjectData Source Students Passing Students Taking ScoreBenchmarkMet Benchmark? EnglishCurrent Year %70%Yes MathCurrent Year %70%Yes HistoryCurrent Year %70%Yes ScienceCurrent Year %70%Yes Graduate Completer Index Current Year Yes

33 AYP Objectives Virginia School Report Card AMO English Participation - All Students Y Y Y English Participation - Black Y Y Y English Participation - Economically Disadvantaged Y Y Y English Participation - Hispanic Y Y Y English Participation - Limited English Proficient Y Y Y English Participation - Students with Disabilities Y Y Y English Participation - White Y Y Y English Performance - All Students Y Y Y English Performance - Black Y Y Y English Performance - Economically Disadvantaged Y Y Y English Performance - Hispanic Y Y Y English Performance - Limited English Proficient Y Y Y

34 AYP Objectives Virginia School Report Card AMO English Performance - Students with Disabilities Y Y Y English Performance - White Y Y Y Math Participation - All Students Y Y Y Math Participation - Black Y Y Y Math Participation - Economically Disadvantaged Y Y Y Math Participation - Hispanic Y Y Y Math Participation - Limited English Proficient Y Y Y Math Participation - Students with Disabilities Y Y Y Math Participation - White Y Y Y Math Performance - All Students Y N RN Math Performance – Black Y Y Y Math Performance – Econom. Disadvantaged N RN RN

35 AYP Objectives Virginia School Report Card AMO Math Performance - Hispanic Y Y Y Math Performance - LEP Y Y Y Math Performance - Students with Disabilities Y Y Y Math Performance - White Y N RN Other Academic Indicator - All Students Y N N Key: Y = Met objectives N = Did not meet objectives RN = Reduced failure by ten percent but did not meet other academic indicator

36 Graduation Indicators Freshman Class in % passing Algebra I – 92% % passing English 9 – 98% % of LESS than 12 absences – 68%

37 Graduation Completion Index Summary Report as of October 10, 2011 Year: 2011 Colonial Beach High School Subgroup Weighted Index Points (*1) Maximum Points Available (2*) GCI (*3) All Students

38 Unexpected Barriers Fully understanding and implementing Indistar, quarterly reports, and Dashboard Technical istation issues that are still unresolved Raising level of on-time graduation rate

39 Goals for Remainder of SY Improve benchmark scores Increase number of pass advanced student scores on SOLs Provide opportunities for adult mentor and student interaction Make AYP in all areas Reduce rate of absenteeism

40 Phaseout Reduce contract times of LTPs Internal lead partner and principal assume roles of transformational instructional leaders Transference of leadership in both high school improvement team and division improvement team to administrators and leaders

41 Continue with increased teacher ownership of peer observation model Principal will adopt best practices learned from high-achieving schools and integrate into small school setting Principal will continue to develop his own leadership style


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