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KASC Conference 2009 Larry A. Ryle High School. Facts Traditional high school Located in suburban area of Northern KY / Greater Cincinnati 1,550 students.

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1 KASC Conference 2009 Larry A. Ryle High School

2 Facts Traditional high school Located in suburban area of Northern KY / Greater Cincinnati 1,550 students in grades % minority 16% free/reduced lunch 10.6% students w/ disabilities 84% students attending college 95 teachers Over $4.9 million in scholarships awarded last year to graduating students. 17 years of academic excellence Home of the Raiders R

3 Continuing the tradition years of excellence.

4 CULTURE  Tradition, Pride, Commitment  All Students Can Learn Learn  Relationships  High Expectations  Consistency  Facilities  Focusing on the Positive Positive  Serving Others  Looking for Improvement  The Main ThingMain Thing Larry A. Ryle High School

5 ACADEMICS  Strong & Viable Curriculum  Differentiation of Instruction  Meeting High Expectations  Course Offerings Course Offerings  Summer Assignments Summer Assignments  Career Internship Program  Vocational School  Senior Exit Projects Senior Exit Projects Larry A. Ryle High School

6 ORGANIZATION  Administrative Structure Administrative Structure  Content Area Teams Content Area Teams  Instructional Learning Teams Instructional Learning Teams  Daily Schedule Daily Schedule  Raider Achievement Program Raider Achievement Program  Nothing Left to Chance  Attendance, behavior, grades, supervision Attendancebehavior Larry A. Ryle High School

7 INTERVENTION  Classroom Level  Academic Support Process Academic Support Process  Raider Achievement Program (Mentoring tab)Mentoring  I-Trac I-Trac  Credit Recovery  Educational Enhancement Program  Summer School Summer School  Results Results  At-Risk or Watch Listings Larry A. Ryle High School

8 Thank you for attending! Make it a great day or not, the choice is yours.

9 All Students Can Learn  Almost entirely collaborative  Failures are not permitted  Doing well in school is the norm, not the exception Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

10 Focusing on the Positive Honor Roll Assembly Attendance Incentives Positive Referrals Minds On Fire Awards Thank You Thursday Student Athlete of the Week BACK

11 THE MAIN THING The Main Thing is to Keep the Main Thing the Main Thing. Teaching & Learning Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

12 English 1,2,3,4 American Studies World Studies Creative Writing Oral Communications Annual/Journalism Reading/Applied Com Dramatics Applied Algebra A, B Applied Geometry Applied Algebra 2 Algebra I, II Geometry Special Topics in Math Math for Business & Industry Biology Chemistry Integrated Science 1, 2 Astronomy Earth Science Environmental Science Forensic Science Intro Chemistry/Physics Government/Economics World Civilization US History Psychology I, II French I, II German I, II Spanish I, II Chinese I, II Art I, II, III, IV Chamber Choir Concert Choir Larry A. Ryle High School Academic Classes – Index 1.00

13 Humanities Studio Art Wind Symphony I, II Contemporary Health Physical Ed. I,II,III,IV Strength/Conditioning Financial Accounting Adv. Computer Appl. Career and Technical Internship Program Computer Appl.(CTA) Consumer Education Entrepreneurship Business Law Financial Literacy Financial Services I, II Help Desk Keyboarding Multi-Media Publishing Sports & Event Marketing Web Page Design Drafting CAD Comp TIA: A+ Technology Design Agricultural Construction Skills Animal Technology Larry A. Ryle High School Academic Classes – Index 1.00

14 Equine Science Greenhouse Technology Intro to Agricultural Science & Technology Landscaping Technology Nursery Technology Small Animal Technology Small Power Equipment Fashion and Interior Design I, II Money Skills Child Care/Human Development Culinary Skills Nutritional Food Science Foods & Nutrition Life Skills Parenting Relationships Specialized Services in Hospitality Textile Services I, II Peer Tutoring I, II Larry A. Ryle High School

15 Honors Classes – Index 1.04 Algebra II Honors Anatomy & Physiology Chemistry Honors Computer Science C++ English I, II, III, Honors French II, III Honors German II, III Honors Geometry Honors Integrated Physics/Trigonometry Microsoft: MOS Physics Pre-Calculus / Algebra III Probability & Statistics Spanish II, III Honors Trigonometry Wind Symphony Honors Larry A. Ryle High School

16 Advanced Placement Classes – Index 1.08 AP Art IV AP Biology AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Chemistry AP Computer Science AP English Language AP English Literature AP European History AP French Language IV, V AP German Language IV, V AP Music Theory AP Physics AP Psychology AP Spanish Language IV,V AP US History Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

17 Summer Assignments Summer Assignments are required for all English classes as well as Honors and A.P. courses. Grade 12 Reading List Dracula by Bram Stoker Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton Grendel by John Gardner Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell The Other Boleyn Girl by Phillipa Gregory Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

18 Senior Exit Project The Senior Exit Project is a graduation requirement. Specific components of the Project will be communicated to each senior class at the beginning of the second semester of their senior year. Examples of the Senior Project may include the following: Written Letter of Application to Graduate Submission of a Professional Resume Defend Your Qualifications to Graduate Present Your Senior Writing Portfolio Defend a Service Project for the School and/or Community Develop a Brochure for Incoming Freshman Present a Comprehensive Plan for the Next Ten Years Based on Your Strengths, Goals, etc. Other ideas are welcome and encouraged, however they must receive prior approval from the administration. A Screening Committee composed of an Administrator, a Teacher, a Community Representative, a Parent/Guardian and an ad hoc member of your choice will evaluate your Senior Project. A Satisfactory evaluation from the Screening Committee is required to graduate. Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

19 Principal Media Specialist Instructional Coach Assistant Principal A-G Counselor A-G Assistant Principal H-O Counselor H-O Assistant Principal P-Z Counselor P-Z Administrative Structure Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

20 Content Area Teams Larry A. Ryle High School MathematicsEnglishScience Social Studies Career & Technical Fine Arts Exceptional Students Health & PE BACK

21 Instructional Learning Teams Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

22 Daily Class Schedule Larry A. Ryle High School Class Schedule – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri

23 Daily Class Schedule Larry A. Ryle High School BACK Class Schedule – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri

24 Raider Achievement Program Larry A. Ryle High School BACK Class Schedule – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 1. Supervised study period/mentoring required for all students. 2. Voluntary Tutoring - located in Media Center with teachers and RAP student tutors. Any student may go during RAP time by following proper procedure 3. Mandatory Tutoring- located in specific rooms with teachers and RAP student tutors available to assist. This requires a schedule change in IC. A student will be able to enter/exit at the 3/6/9 week mark of each grading period.

25 Attendance Policies SCHOOL TARDIES A school tardy is defined as a student not being in their assigned seminar class by the beginning of the school day (7:40 a.m. on a regular school day). A student that is late to their seminar class must report to the front office/attendance desk to receive an excused/unexcused admit slip. Once school has begun, students tardy to school must enter the building through the main office and sign-in to receive an excused/unexcused admit slip. Students may receive three (3) excused tardies to school per semester with a parent note. The administration reserves the right to decide upon the validity of the tardiness. Unexcused tardiness to school will be handled by semester according to the following guidelines: 1 st tardy to schoolverbal warning 2 nd tardy to schoolParent phone call 3 rd tardy to schoolschool detention 4 th tardy to schoolreferral to administration for FASP 5 th or more tardyFASP and loss of driving privileges Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

26 Hierarchy of Consequences Disruptive Behavior Anything which impedes the normal educational process. The first two offenses within the classroom shall be handled by the individual teacher. 1 st Offense:Written warning; Teacher’s detention. 2 nd Offense:Teacher’s detention; Parent notification. 3 rd Offense:3 days after-school detention; Parent notification. 4 th Offense:Friday After School Program (FASP) for 1 day. 5 th Offense:Principal’s discretion; Parent conference. Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

27 Academic Support Process Larry A. Ryle High School PURPOSE To provide a whole school response to struggling students. To increase communication between all stakeholders. To provide needed assistance to students who need additional time/support for learning. To reduce the number of failing students. To reduce the number of students who are retained.

28 Academic Support Process 1.What do we want students to learn? 2.How will we know if students have learned it? 3.What will we do if they don’t learn it? 4.What will we do if they already know it? Introduction: This is a support process that is on a continuum to monitor student progress at intervals of every three weeks. At every three week period, school personnel will evaluate student progress and begin the process of intervention according to the student’s place on the continuum. When a student moves from failing to passing the intervention begins at the beginning stages. The intervention takes place during our Raider Achievement Program Time (R.A.P.). Larry A. Ryle High School

29 Academic Support Process II. Three week mark of grading period Teachers Expectation - Communicate personally with student. Teacher makes parent contact (phone, or letter) and recommends tutoring in R.A.P. designated room. Teacher may recommend mandatory tutoring during R.A.P if they deem it necessary at this time. Teacher records contact and referral in Infinite Campus. (If recommending mandatory, teacher must also fill out triplicate form to be turned into appropriate administrator.) Administration Expectation- Guidance Secretary will provide list of all students who are failing at this progress report interval to the appropriate administrator. Voluntary tutoring teachers will maintain an attendance folder for use by administrators upon request. At the end of each week, the voluntary tutoring teachers will forward an electronic attendance list of students who have attended the R.A.P voluntary tutoring to the administrator in charge of program (Mr. Niemi). Ryle Faculty Handbook Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

30 Mentoring Process in RAP

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32 Tracking Failures using ITrac

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34 Summer School Eligibility # Students # Eligible % participation 06-07* % 07-08** % 08-09** % * In this school year the students had to have a minimum grade of a 60%. ** In this school year the students had to have a minimum grade of 50%. Larry A. Ryle High School BACK

35 Results - Students Retained Larry A. Ryle High School BACK # of Students9 th 10 th 11 th 12th


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