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2 Click on Excellence for Movie Link

3 Population: 2, Square Miles 35 Miles South East of Sioux Falls Highway 9 & 75 Intersect in Rock Rapids Recognized as being a City of Murals Population: Square Miles 41 Miles South East of Sioux Falls Situated along the Rock River Burlington, Northern & Santa Fe Railway Pass though Doon

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5  Consists of the towns of Rock Rapids and Doon  Consolidated in 1959  Employs 56 teachers  Employs 50 support staff  A strong community/school partnership  Member of the Siouxland Conference

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7 Financial Goal:  The Central Lyon District will maintain a strong financial status while continuing to fulfill and maintain the needs of the academic program by providing proper staffing levels and regular curriculum revision.  All programs and expenditures must be examined to ensure efficiency and effectiveness within the spectrum of the overall educational program.

8 Academic Goal: The Central Lyon District will do whatever possible to provide the best education for students of all ages, and all abilities. This includes providing academic programs that analyze the needs of a wide variety of students. High performance by all students and staff in all programs is the expectation of the Central Lyon School Board.

9 Facilities/Technology/Transportation Goal: The Central Lyon District will maintain and provide the necessary and most up-to-date physical plant equipment purchases including good facilities for all programs, above standard transportation fleet, and up-to-date applicable technology. This will be accomplished through rotational spending and continuous upkeep to provide the best possible amenities to the students and staff while utilizing public tax dollars in a responsible and cost – effective manner.

10 Professional Development, Staff Expectations, Accountability: All Central Lyon employees are expected to perform at the highest levels, to be professional, to be role models for students, to use resources-including technology appropriately. All staff will realize that we are here for the students first, and that all decisions and actions will be based on this premise. Everyone is accountable to our public, but more importantly our students. The Central Lyon School Board expects accountability from all employees of the district. Every aspect of professionalism is expected to be at the highest levels. This includes fulfilling the expectations of the contract to the fullest.

11 Five Year Plan Developed (CSIP) in 2004 The comprehensive needs assessment process, input from stake holders is used to review and revise the beliefs, mission and or vision; major educational needs and student learning goals

12 Academic/Academic-related data are analyzed to determine goals  Teachers use item analysis though a thorough examination of standardized tests to identify strengths and weaknesses  Student Performance and state data along with local indicators are presented annually to our district SCAC (school Community Advisory Committee).

13 Students from Central Lyon Community School District  Understand, appreciate, and enjoy the contributions of the world’s many cultures, as well as both men and women to our lives and work  Central Lyon Values HonestyRespect Responsibility FairnessCitizenship Caring Safety Positive Attitude

14 Policies and procedures are clearly established at Central Lyon School Board Administrative team Staff Support Staff Students Parents Community

15 Gail VanBerkum Vice President: Dr. Chet DeJong Secretary/Treasure: Jackie Wells Superintendent: Dave Ackerman Judy Gacke Pat McCarty President: Steve Sieperda

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17 Dan Kruse, Elementary/Middle School Principal Curt Bush, High School Principal Dave Ackerman, Superintendent Dave Ackerman Dan Kruse

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19 Organizations for students which promote leadership/excellence

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21   Private, non-profit organization  Promotes excellence in academic and Co-curricular activities  Purpose: Provide funds for programs

22 Total Distribution $107, 

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24 CL promotes a safe environment through firmly established policies and plans to ensure the safety of all students

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26 Instructional Strategies in the Classroom Reading Achievement  Cooperative Learning: Grades K-12  Daily Oral Language: Grades 2-8  Integration of Technology  Differentiated Instruction

27 Instructional Strategies in the Classroom: Math Achievement  Adoption of mathematics curriculum  Manipulative in the Mathematics Curriculum  Integration of Technology  Differentiated Instruction

28 Instructional Strategies in the Classroom: Science Achievement  Inquiry-based Science: Grades 3-12  Integration of Technology  Hands of Science: Grades K-12  Differentiated Instruction

29 Instructional Strategies: Technology Integration  Technology based reading and math programs  Middle-school technology program: Grades 6-8  Computer Application class: Grade 9  District Technology Usage Survey

30 Instructional Strategies: School Safety and Climate  Students Caught Doing Something Good  Student of the Month  Lion’s Pride  BABES Program  Elementary/Middle School responsibility programs  Character Counts  Anti-bullying Curriculum  Foster Grandparent and Parent Volunteer Programs

31 Instructional Strategies: General Student Achievement  Curriculum Mapping  Standards-based Instruction  Global Awareness Strategies  Career Information Strategies  Multicultural Gender Fair

32 Instructional Strategies: General Student Achievement  Gifted and talented Programs and Services  Special Education Programs and Services  Alternative High School  Building Assistance Team  Service Learning Opportunities  After/summer school programs  May Term  Work Study

33 Instructional Strategies: General Student Achievement  Mentoring and Induction Program for Beginning Teachers  On-site Professional development opportunities  Curriculum and assessment alignment: ITAP  Development of Iowa Core Curriculum  Development of Portfolios for each faculty member

34 Talented & Gifted Program for Grades K-12 Integrated classrooms for students of all backgrounds and abilities Special Education services K-12 Title 1 Services K-5 Transitional Kindergarten for district students At risk program available for all students AEA support for educational services Talented & Gifted Program for Grades K-12 Integrated classrooms for students of all backgrounds and abilities Special Education services K-12 Title 1 Services K-5 Transitional Kindergarten for district students At risk program available for all students AEA support for educational services

35 Goals guide Assessment of student achievement, Assessment based on four types of assessment decisions 1. Summative 2. Formative 3. Screening 4. Diagnostic

36 All K-12 students will be proficient in Reading Comprehension Standard Assessment  DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) Grades K-3  ITBS Reading Comprehension Test in Grades 4 & 8  ITED Reading Comprehension Test in Grade 11

37 12% or 6 students at Some Risk 80% or 39 students at Low Risk 8% or 4 students at Risk All Kindergarten Students Tested 12% or 6 students at Some Risk

38 92% or 47 Students at Low Risk 2% or 1 Student At Risk All First Grade Students Tested 6% or 3 Students at Some Risk

39 65% or 36 Students Established 4% 2 or students Deficit All 2 nd Grade Students Tested 31% or 17 Students Emerging

40 74% or 34 Students at Low Risk 4% or 2 students at Risk All 3 rd Grade Students Tested 22% or 10 Students at Some Risk

41 Grade 4 Reading Comprehension Achievement Level 52.5% Performed at High Performance Levels 45.0% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 2.5% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 4 Reading Comprehension Achievement Level 52.5% Performed at High Performance Levels 45.0% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 2.5% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 8 Reading Comprehension Achievement Level 11.3% Performed at High Performance Levels 64.2% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 24.5% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 8 Reading Comprehension Achievement Level 11.3% Performed at High Performance Levels 64.2% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 24.5% Performed at Low Performance Levels

42 All students will be proficient in Mathematics Standard Assessment  ITBS Mathematics Total Test in Grades 4 & 8  ITED Mathematics Total Test in Grade 11  District Developed Secondary Assessment

43 Grade 4 Mathematics Achievement Level 40% Performed at High Performance Levels 50% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 10% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 4 Mathematics Achievement Level 40% Performed at High Performance Levels 50% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 10% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 8 Math Achievement Level 18.9% Performed at High Performance Levels 62.3% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 18.9% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 8 Math Achievement Level 18.9% Performed at High Performance Levels 62.3% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 18.9% Performed at Low Performance Levels

44 All students will be proficient in Science Standard Assessment  ITBS Science Test in Grades 4 & 8  ITED Science Test in Grade 11  District Developed Science Assessment in Grade 10

45 Grade 4 Science Achievement Level 37.5% Performed at High Performance Levels 60.0% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 2.5% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 4 Science Achievement Level 37.5% Performed at High Performance Levels 60.0% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 2.5% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 8 Science Achievement Level 34.0% Performed at High Performance Levels 62.3% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 3.8% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 8 Science Achievement Level 34.0% Performed at High Performance Levels 62.3% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 3.8% Performed at Low Performance Levels

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48 Grade 11 Reading Achievement Level 25.0% Performed at High Performance Levels 58.4% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 16.7% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 11 Reading Achievement Level 25.0% Performed at High Performance Levels 58.4% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 16.7% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 11 Math Achievement Level 33.3% Performed at High Performance Levels 51.7% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 15.0% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 11 Math Achievement Level 33.3% Performed at High Performance Levels 51.7% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 15.0% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 11 Science Achievement Level 36.6% Performed at High Performance Levels 40.0% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 23.3% Performed at Low Performance Levels Grade 11 Science Achievement Level 36.6% Performed at High Performance Levels 40.0% Performed at Intermediate Performance Levels 23.3% Performed at Low Performance Levels

49 Reading Comprehension and Writing test Junior Class 56 out of 64 students scored at a proficiency level of 70% or above This translates to an 87.65% Proficiency Reading Comprehension and Writing test Junior Class 56 out of 64 students scored at a proficiency level of 70% or above This translates to an 87.65% Proficiency Math Second Assessments Junior Class 43 out of 64 students scored proficient range of 63% or better This translates to an 67% Proficiency Math Second Assessments Junior Class 43 out of 64 students scored proficient range of 63% or better This translates to an 67% Proficiency Science Second Assessment Sophomore Class 30 out of 41 students in the proficient range of 63% or better This translates to a 73% Proficiency Science Second Assessment Sophomore Class 30 out of 41 students in the proficient range of 63% or better This translates to a 73% Proficiency

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51 Average ACT Scores by Course Sequence Average ACT Science Scores by Course Sequence Average ACT Math Scores by Course Sequence State Statistics Central Lyon Statistics

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53 Removal Type (N) In-School Suspension 23 (S) Out-of-School Suspension 1 Removal Reason (D) Drug Related 1 (H) Physical Fighting with Injury 2 (N) Other 11 (O) Tobacco Related 2 (P) Physical Fighting w/out Injury 3 Removal Reason (cont) (R) Disruptive Behavior 5 Weapon Type (N) Not Applicable 24 Serious Body Injury Indicator (N) No24 Unsafe School Choice (N) No24

54 All Students ( Grades 7-12) Total number of All Dropouts 1 Total Number of all Students 310 Total Percentage of All Dropouts.32%

55 Professional Central Lyon is based on Iowa’s Benchmarks Differentiated Instruction Iowa Core Curriculum Development Portfolio Development ITBS/ITED Item analysis District-wide focus on math and reading Secondary science to study implementation of supplemental biology and general science

56 Professional Development (cont) District-wide focus on math and reading English Language Learner (ELL) training Training for high school staff of the greenhouse and equipment SOCS Training (Central Lyon’s Website) Six Traits Writing Model Technology Integration and Collaboration New teachers are encouraged through the CL mentoring program

57 Every Teacher submits a specific improvement goal: o Goal must be address student learning and be measurable o Goal must support building and/or district achievement goals o Goal must address one or more of the Iowa Teaching Standards o End of Year Report documenting progress will be submitted to principal

58 o Teacher evaluation is completed by the building principal o Based on Iowa Teaching Standards o Pre observation Visit o Formal Observation o Post Observation Visit

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