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Adding Value 2014-2015. Community Partners Agenda Data – Accountability Rating, STAAR Year’s slogan and goals Important information Music Learning Band.

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Presentation on theme: "Adding Value 2014-2015. Community Partners Agenda Data – Accountability Rating, STAAR Year’s slogan and goals Important information Music Learning Band."— Presentation transcript:

1 Adding Value

2 Community Partners

3 Agenda Data – Accountability Rating, STAAR Year’s slogan and goals Important information Music Learning Band Introduction of staff and dismissal to classes

4 Accountability Rating

5 STAAR Results – Gr 3 Reading April 2014 STAAR Reading, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 2 ~~~~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ Asian African American 3 ~~ Hispanic 3 ~~ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~~~~ 7513~~ Two or More Races 1 ~~ White Female Male LEP 0 ~~ Special Education 0 ~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

6 STAAR Results – Gr 3 Math April 2014 STAAR Math, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 3 ~~~~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ Asian African American 3 ~~ Hispanic 3 ~~ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~~~~ 7059~~ Two or More Races 1 ~~ White Female Male LEP 0 ~~ Special Education 1 ~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

7 STAAR Results – Gr 4 Reading April 2014 STAAR Reading, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 4 ~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ ~~~ Asian African American Hispanic 3 ~~ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~ ~~~7116~~ Two or More Races 4 ~~ White Female Male LEP 0 ~~ Special Education 2 ~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

8 STAAR Results – Gr 4 Math April 2014 STAAR Math, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 4 ~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ ~~~ Asian African American 4 ~~ Hispanic 3 ~~ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~ ~~~7120~~ Two or More Races 4 ~~ White Female Male LEP 0 ~~ Special Education 1 ~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

9 STAAR Results – Gr 4 Writing April 2014 STAAR Writing, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 4 ~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ ~~~ Asian African American 4 ~~ Hispanic 3 ~~ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~ ~~~745~~ Two or More Races 4 ~~ White Female Male LEP 0 ~~ Special Education 1 ~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

10 STAAR Results – Gr 5 Reading April 2014 STAAR Reading, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 2 ~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ ~~~ Asian African American 1 ~~ Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~ ~~~7621~~ Two or More Races 1 ~~ White Female Male LEP 1 ~~ ~~~ Special Education 2 ~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

11 STAAR Results – Gr 5 Math April 2014 STAAR Math, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 2 ~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ ~~~ Asian African American 1 ~~ Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~ ~~~8726~~ Two or More Races 1 ~~ White Female Male LEP 1 ~~ ~~~ Special Education 2 ~~ ~~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

12 STAAR Results – Gr 5 Science April 2014 STAAR Science, Grade LPS Results2014 Results Total Students Met %Adv % Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged 2 ~~ American Indian/Alaskan Native 0 ~~ ~~~ Asian African American 1 ~~ Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 ~~ ~~~789~~ Two or More Races 1 ~~ White Female Male LEP 1 ~~ ~~~ Special Education 2 ~~ ~~~ * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

13 STAAR Results – Gr 6 Reading April 2014 STAAR Reading, Grade 6 Total Students Met %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ~~~ Two or More Races ~~~ White Female Male LEP Special Education * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

14 STAAR Results – Gr 6 Math April 2014 STAAR Math, Grade 6 Total StudentsMet %Adv %State Met %State Adv %FISD Met %FISD Adv % All Students Economic Disadvantaged American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ~~~ Two or More Races ~~~ White Female Male LEP Special Education * No data reported for fewer than 5 students

15 Where do we go from here?

16 Goals for this year Increase from 36% to 70% of all 4th graders scoring satisfactory or higher on the composition portion of the STAAR writing test Increase from 44% to 75% of special populations passing all subjects on STAAR 95% of RTI students showing growth on data charts

17 Goals cont. 60% response to parent and/or student surveys each nine weeks Implement streamlined communication portals for parents by the start of school that are routinely updated

18 K-5 Specifics Specials classes for a 9 weeks at a time PE, Music, Art, Computer Sustained growth and relationship with teacher, easier to remember the schedule Structured Recess New Math text – Pearson enVision Math

19 MS Specifics A/B Block schedule Required courses vs. electives – 7 th graders have more options because they have less requireds New Math text – Carnegie Learning Working on some extracurricular academic and athletic options

20 Parent-Student Handbook Available on the homepage of our website Contains important information on almost every topic

21 Drop-Off and Pick-Up Remember safety is the priority! – Drive slowly (20 mph) – NO cell phone usage at all – Do NOT pass Keep the car sign up on the driver’s side until the child is loaded Please don’t line up too early

22 Attendance – pgs For absences: must send a signed note within 3 days to determine if it is excused (phone calls don’t count, s can) K-5 attendance is taken once in the morning MS attendance is taken every period For tardies: 1 = warning, 2 = call from teacher, 3 = 15 minute after school detention (restarts each 9 weeks) Automated School Messenger system – will call you even if you have contacted us – Please listen to messages before calling back

23 Attendance cont. Truancy: will be filed if a student is (unexcused) absent for 3 or more days or parts of days within a 4 week period, or is (unexcused) absent for 10 or more days or parts of days within a 6 month period Regardless of excused or unexcused, students must be in attendance for 90% of the year to receive credit If students are not in attendance by the 2 nd day of school they will vacate their space

24 Uniform Code – pgs Basic look = K-5: navy or khaki bottoms with a white or navy shirt MS: same but with the addition of hunter green embroidered logos are optional Close-toed, close-heeled shoes predominantly a uniform or neutral color with white, navy or neutral shoelaces Nothing embellished or overly distracting

25 Illness/Medicine – pgs Please don’t send your child to school sick or contagious must be fever free without meds for 24 hours Make sure the office has your current information at all times – allergy/asthma form, permission to give medicine and contact information Any medicine sent with the child should be in the original container

26 Catering Program Signature Services Anne Rogers at You can order as many days as you want for each upcoming month Watch out for class field trip days! For Emergencies: If your child ever doesn’t have a lunch, they can get food from the caterer and Signature Services will bill you.

27 Paperwork and Fees Please make sure you have turned everything in to the office and paid your school supply fee; the fee is due by October 31 st Don’t forget about My Payments Plus for forms and fees

28 Parent Program – pgs Every parent should have a punch card Ask every parent to earn 10 punches/semester Bring to school events to get punched – 1 punch for tonight Child turns in when complete to get a reward and you can get another Point TotalSuggested Activities 3 punches = Leading  Teach a parent seminar  Be a Lion’s Pride Officer  Be a lead room parent  Chairperson for a special event  Serve on a school review committee 2 punches = Serving  Attend a parent seminar  Lunch duty  Field trip chaperone  Servant leader at school events  Assist in the office 1 punch = Attending  Attend school events (other than parent seminars)  1 hour of classroom observation (may be done in two 30-minute segments)*

29 Music Learning Band For 4 th and 5 th grades during P.A.W.S. For MS elective

30 THE LPS STAFF

31 Join the Lion’s Pride!


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