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1 Forney Independent School District Criswell Campus Improvement Plan Jeff Hutcheson Principal Theresa Hale Assistant Principal Reviewed and Adopted by Forney ISD Board of Trustees FISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age in its programs and activities.

2 MISSION STATEMENT OUR MISSION IS TO CHALLENGE OUR STUDENTS, ENABLE THEIR SUCCESS, AND PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR FUTURE. VISION STATEMENT INSPIRING STUDENTS THROUGH INNOVATIVE EDUCATION BELIEFS Truth, honesty, and integrity are non-negotiable We will provide the best opportunity for students to become productive contributors to society Each child has a right to an education that will allow him/her to maximize his/her abilities We will foster a secure and safe environment that instills a student’s desire for knowledge and a love for learning People are our best resources Quality educators are the foundation for a quality education We will be fiscally responsible with taxpayer money Students are our focal point and all decisions will be made in their best interest A partnership between community and the school is essential for developing a quality educational system

3 PositionNameSubject/GradeCampus Principal, ad hoc Jeff HutchesonPrincipalCriswell Assistant Principal, ad hoc Theresa HaleAssistant PrincipalCriswell Parent Robert ApodacaParent Michael BurerParent Business Representative Jason ChilesBusiness Representative Performance Tire Business Representative Dave DrennonBusiness Representative Dippin’ Dave’s Ice Cream Community Representative Eric CreekmoreCommunity Mission Church Community Representative Johnny PartainCommunity Non-Classroom Professional Staff Charlie Jackson District Technology Director Classroom Teacher (Year 1/3) Mike McCoy 3rd Grade TeacherCriswell Classroom Teacher (Year 3/3) Nancy Roberts Kindergarten Teacher Criswell Classroom Teacher (Year 1/1) Laura Telschow5th Grade TeacherCriswell Classroom Teacher (Year 1/2) Lori Townsend1st Grade TeacherCriswell Classroom Teacher (Year 1/2) Rachael Groom4th Grade TeacherCriswell Classroom Teacher (Year 1/1) Alane Abrams 6th Grade TeacherCriswell Classroom Teacher (Year 1/1) Lisa Hampton 2nd Grade TeacherCriswell Campus Performance Objectives Council

4 Forney ISD District Goals Goal # 1 Accountability and Learning We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in meaningful learning experiences. Goal # 2 Business/Finance In order to maximize taxpayer dollars, Forney ISD will work diligently to ensure fiscal responsibility in all areas throughout the District. Goal # 3 Operations FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to support and promote student learning. Goal # 4 Communications/ Community and Business Relations Through open and timely communication, FISD will partner with parents, community and businesses to provide the best educational opportun ities for our students.

5 DEPARTMENTS TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT DIVISION OF BUSINESS/ FINANCE ACCOUNTING BUSINESS OPERATIONS PAYROLL ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SUPERINTENDENT FISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES STUDENT SERVICES AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS SPECIAL POPULATIONS DIVISION OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING DIVISION OF OPERATIONS ATHLETICS CHILD NUTRITION FINE ARTS HEALTH SERVICES HUMAN RESOURCES MAINTENANCE/ ENERGY MTG. SAFETY AND SECURTY TRANSPORTATION Community/Business Relations DEPARTMENTS Communications Forney ISD Organizational Structure

6 Comprehensive Needs Assessment: Summary of Findings In this plan, the term “student populations” refers to All Students, African American; Hispanic; White; Economically Disadvantaged; Special Education; LEP, Gifted and Talented that are served through the district. Campus Strengths: Criswell has achieved an Exemplary rating from the Texas Education Agency for the 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, and 2011/12 school years. Criswell Elementary achieved a Met Standard Rating on the new TEA Accountability system for the 2012/2013 school year and met all 26 System Safeguard Indicators. However, no Distinctions were awarded within the 40 school Comparison Group. Student attendance rates have remained consistent over a 5-year period; 07/ %, 08/ %, 09/ %, 10/ %, and 11/ % 100% of staff is highly qualified Campus Areas for Improvement: Economically Disadvantaged (28%) and Tiered Intervention (28%) students are steadily increasing.

7 F EDERAL P ROGRAMS D ISTRICT F UNDING Title I, Part A Title II, Part A Title III, LEP Title III, Immigrant Special Education Funds IDEA B IDEA B Preschool S TATE P ROGRAMS D ISTRICT F UNDING State Compensatory Education (SCE) $102,325 Head Start Funds L OCAL P ROGRAMS D ISTRICT F UNDING Grant – Forney Leadership Grants $2, Federal, State and Local Funding Sources Federal funding sources will be integrated and coordinated with State and Local funds to meet the needs of all students.

8 State Compensatory Education Forney ISD has written polices and procedures for the following: Forney ISD students are identified and exited based on the State of Texas Student Eligibility Criteria. Counselors identify students at risk in September/October of each school year based state criteria. Total SCE funds allotted to the district: $102,325 Total FTEs funded through SCE at the district: 3

9 Forney ISD Division Goal 1 Accountability and Learning We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in meaningful learning experiences. TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT STUDENT SERVICES AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS SPECIAL POPULATIONS Division of Accountability and Learning

10 Forney ISD Division Goal 1: Accountability and Learning We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in meaningful learning experiences. Campus Goal: Criswell Elementary School will improve overall Math passing scores for 3 rd -6 th grade students on the STAAR math assessment. Objective 1: In 2013/2014, the percentage of students passing the STAAR math assessment will increase from 85% to > 90% for all 3 rd -6 th students. Objective 2: In 2013/2014, the percentage of students Exceeding Progress on the STAAR math assessment will increase from 22% to >40% for students in 3 rd -6 th grades. Objective 3: In 2013/2014, the percentage of African American students meeting standards in math will increase from 81% to >90%; and the percentage of Hispanic students meeting standards in math will increase from 80% to >90%. No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ Students in 2 nd through 6 th grades will focus on basic math facts/skills to increase automaticity. Teachers; Administrators; Instructional Facilitators; Region 10 Planning time; ELT; Summer Staff Development; Vertical teaming Six weeks reports; STAAR data; AWARE data; walkthrough data; Lesson Plans OG 1.2 Develop and Provide Real-World activities to make lessons relevant to students Teachers; Administrators; Instructional Facilitators; Region 10 Planning time; ELT; Summer Staff Development Lesson Plans; walkthrough data OG 1.3 Utilize Study Island and focus on Measurement Concepts (3 rd -6 th Grades) Teachers; Administrators Study Island; Computer Lab; Laptop Computers Study Island reports; walkthrough data Y 1.4 Tutoring groups based on data disaggregation from Unit Assessments Teachers; Administrators ELT; Before and After school tutoring Unit Assessments; AWARE reports; Sign in sheets; Progress Reports/Report Cards Y 1.5 Utilize Think Through Math Program provided by the state (3 rd - 6 th Grades) Teachers; Administrators; SST Facilitators Think Through Math Programs; computer lab and laptop computers Think Through Math Reports Y

11 Forney ISD Division Goal 1: Accountability and Learning We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in meaningful learning experiences. Campus Goal: Criswell Elementary School will increase STAAR Writing scores for all 4 th grade students on the STAAR writing assessment. Objective 1: In 2013/2014, overall passing percentages on the STAAR Writing assessment will increase from 70% to >85%, Objective 2: In 2013/2014, passing percentages for African American students on the STAAR Writing assessment will increase from 63% to >85%; Hispanic student passing percentages will increase from 65% to >85%; and Economically Disadvantaged student passing percentages will increase from 65% to >85%. Objective 3: No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ Integrate expository cross-curricular writing activities campus-wide. Teachers; Administrators Planning time (ELT and Vertical Teaming) Benchmark, Unit Assessment and STAAR data; walk- through data; lesson plans OG 1.2 Campus-wide expository writing training for all teachers Teachers; Administrators; Instructional Facilitators District/campus staff development offerings; Common rubric for evaluation Rubric, Benchmark, Unit Assessment, and STAAR data; walkthrough data N 1.3 Provide GATE enrichmentment projects Administrators; Gifted and Talented certified teachers Forethought; teacher lesson plans Student presentations Y 1.4 Promote Expository Writing to all students with displays, recognition, and awards for writing achievement Teachers; Administrators Announcements; Bulletin Board Displays; End-of- Year Award Ceremony; Spirit Sticks from PTO STAAR data; Walkthrough data; lesson plans; classroom displays OG 1.5 Train on 3 rd and 4 th grade ELA teachers on the Empowering Writing Program 3 rd and 4 th grade ELA teachers; Administrators Principal Budget for program supplies (guides and instructional videos,) STAAR data, Walkthrough data; Instructional Facilitator feedback; lesson plans. Y

12 Forney ISD Division Goal 1: Accountability and Learning We will effectively deliver a rigorous and relevant curriculum using technology, assessment data and other effective instructional strategies to engage all learners in meaningful learning experiences. Campus Goal: Criswell Elementary School will raise awareness of technology resources/capabilities available at school and home for all stakeholders. Objective 1: In 2013/2014, the number of families registered for Parent Portal will increase from 364 to >400. Objective 2: In 2013/2014, available technological programs/resources will be demonstrated for parent review. Objective 3 No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ Technology Showcase Night January 2014-Parents will be given an opportunity to register for Parent Portal with staff assistance; Also at Meet the Teacher Night in August All Faculty and Staff members; District Technology Dept. Parent Portal system; Directions in campus newsletters; computer lab District reports; sign-in sheets OG 2.1 Technology Showcase Night January 2014; Meet the Teacher Night August Teachers Computer lab; classrooms; Promethean Boards; I-Pad; student laptops; smart phones; school LED sign; marquee Parent survey; attendance sheets OG 2.2 Meet The Teacher Night and Volunteer Training sessions for parents to sign up for background checks and Parent Portal Registration. Administrators; office staff Computer lab; newsletters; School Messenger system; school LED sign; marquee Parent survey; attendance sheets; Parent Portal registration report from Technology Department Y

13 Forney ISD Division Goal 2 Accounting Business Operations PayrollAccount Payable Division of Business and Finance Business/Finance In order to maximize taxpayer dollars, Forney ISD will work diligently to ensure fiscal responsibility in all areas throughout the District.

14 Forney ISD Division Goal 2. Business and Finance In order to maximize taxpayer dollars, Forney ISD will work diligently to ensure fiscal responsibility in all areas throughout the District. Campus Goal: Criswell Elementary School will reduce basic spending. Objective 1: In , Criswell Elementary will reduce copy paper spending from an estimated $3,000 annually to <$2.500 annually. Objective 2: In , Criswell Elementary will investigate alternative educational resources to reduce workbook expenses. Objective 3: In , Criswell Elementary will follow the district’s Energy Conservation Management Plan. No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ Copy paper will be dispersed intermittently per teacher throughout the school year. Administrators; Teachers; Office staff Copy paper; RISO copier; district budget reports Copy code reports; campus budget; lesson plans Y 1.2 Copy codes will be utilized to track and monitor paper usage by teacher. Administrator; Principal Secretary Copy CodesBudget reports; lesson plans Y 2.1 Utilize less expensive web-based programs for teachers and students to use with district and personal technology. Teachers; administrators; instructional aide Lone Star Math; Quizlet; Think Through Math; Study Island; I-Station; Spelling City STAAR data; report cards; progress reports; Computer program reports; Budget reports; teacher/parent feedback; survey Y 3.1 Follow guidelines and procedures of the district’s Energy Conservation Management Plan by turning off all lights, computers, printers, copiers, and laminators when not in use. All Faculty and Staff members. Energy Conservation Management Plan Energy Usage Reports; Board Reports Y

15 Forney ISD Division Goal 3 Health Services Athletics Child Nutrition Fine Arts Division of Operations Operations FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to support and promote student learning. Human Resources Maintenance and Energy Mtg. Safety and Security Transportation

16 Forney ISD Division Goal 3: Operations FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to promote student learning. Department Goal: Criswell Elementary will promote wellness & safety with all staff & students to increase productivity and effective learning. Objective 1 : Criswell Elementary will increase employee wellness and safety awareness. Objective 2 : Criswell Elementary will increase student awareness of a healthy lifestyle. Objective 3 : Criswell Elementary will standardize operations within the Health Services Department to increase the quality and efficiency of the care being provided. No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ Engage staff to lead a healthy lifestyle Health Services Coordinator School/Comp Worker’s Compensation Increase participation in wellness activities; Increase in employee attendance (decrease in substitute use) OG 1.2 Educate staff with safety tips Assistant Supt. of Operations; All Faculty and Staff members SchoolComp Worker’s Compensation Decrease in incident reports due to injuries (decrease in workman’s compensation) OG 2.1 Educate students on current health issues ex: tobacco, growth & development, texting while driving, obesity/nutrition Health Services Coordinator Materials & Fiscal (grants) Every campus utilizes programs to influence healthier lifestyle OG 2.2 Educate parents on current health issues Health Services Coordinator Community/SHAC/ PTO Put on annual district-wide health fair OG 2.3 Provide resources for families to support student’s healthy lifestyle Health Services Coordinator Professional Organizations & community organizations Increase in attendance of students and quality of learning OG 3.1 Revise and update Health Services Manual Health Services Coordinator Human Policies/Procedures in compliance with TEA OG 3.2 Improve Health Service forms Health Services Coordinator Human (technology department) Decrease in money spent on forms; Increase efficiency Y 3.3 Provide pertinent continuing education opportunities for nurses Health Services Coordinator Region 10, Webinars, NASN Evaluations reflect good quality of care being provided by nursing staff Y

17 Forney ISD Division Goal 3: Operations FISD will work to increase efficiency in district operations while ensuring a safe, orderly and healthy environment to promote student learning. Campus Goal: Criswell Elementary will provide 100% of campus students with teachers who are considered “Highly Qualified” in the core academic areas according to guidelines of the No Child Left Behind Act. Objective 1: In , Criswell Elementary will monitor current and future staff certifications to ensure 100% Highly Qualified status. Objective 2 Objective 3 No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ Highly Qualified status will be included in the criteria for screening prospective teacher employees Administrators; Human Resources Department NCLB guidelines; Forney ISD Recruitment and Retention Plan Evaluation of annual report to assess whether 100% of teachers meet standards Y 1.2 Complete forms via “Webapps Roster Application” so that proposed staffing changes can be reviewed by Human Resources Department to ensure Highly Qualified standards Administrators; Human Resources Department NCLB guidelines; Forney ISD Recruitment and Retention Plan Evaluation of annual report to assess whether 100% of teachers meet standards. Y 1.3 Submit personnel recommendations to Human Resources Department prior to communicating offers of employment to ensure Highly Qualified standards are met Administrators; Human Resources Department NCLB guidelines; Forney ISD Recruitment and Retention Plan Evaluation of annual report to assess whether 100% of teachers meet standards. Y 1.4 Monitor activity of any teachers and communicate campus level expectations to any teachers who are hired prior to meeting Highly Qualified status in order to expedite achieving appropriate standards. Administrators; Human Resources Department NCLB guidelines; Forney ISD Recruitment and Retention Plan Evaluation of annual report to assess whether 100% of teachers meet standards. Y

18 Forney ISD Goal 4: Communications/ Community and Business Relations Communications/ Community and Business Relations Through open and timely communication, FISD will partner with parents, community and businesses to provide the best educational opportunities for our students.

19 Forney ISD Division Goal 4: Communications/ Community and Business Relations Through open and timely communication, FISD will partner with parents, community and businesses to provide the best educational opportunities for our students. Campus Goal: 100% of Criswell Elementary Parents and Teachers will receive communication through a variety of methods including: Electronic newsletters; campus website; marquee; LED sign; s; and phone calls Objective 1: In , Criswell Elementary will use a variety of methods to distribute information to all stakeholders. Objective 2 Objective 3 No. Implementation Strategies Staff Responsible for Monitoring Resources/ Funding Source (Human, Materials, Fiscal) Evaluation that Demonstrates Success Accomplished Y/N/OG 12/13 13/ The school will utilize the School Messenger system to provide immediate and important information. Administrators; Director of Communications School Messenger SystemSchool Messenger Reports Y 1.2 Teachers will utilize to send campus and grade level newsletters to parents Teachers Parent feedback/surveys Y 1.3 The school will utilize the marquee and electronic LED sign to provide general school information Administrators; Office staff members Marquee sign; LED signParent feedback/surveys Y 1.4 The school will promote the Parent Portal system so that parents can monitor grades and attendance Administrators; Teachers; Office staff Parent Portal system; Grading policy Report cards; progress Reports; parent feedback Y

20 Best Practices Campus identified practices yielding high success in goal areas. These practices are not new goals for implementation. StrategyPerson(s) ResponsibleResources Evidence of Implementation (sign-in sheets, agendas, news articles, etc.) Campus Decision to Continue Practice (Yes/No) Continue the RtI/SST Process to identify At-Risk Students and provide applicable interventions SST Committee; counselor, administrators; teachers Mustang Data folders; AWARE data management system; Think Through Math, I-Station, Study Island, SuccessMaker, and Waterford computer programs, AIMSWeb universal screeners STAAR data; AWARE data; lesson plans; learning lab reports Utilize PLC/ Vertical Teaming/Faculty meetings to improve pedagogy; formulate intervention strategies; and identify at-risk students. Administrators; teachers; instructional aides Grade Level Notebooks; Vertical Team Notebooks Lesson Plans; meeting minutes Continue to utilize, monitor, and revise Safety and Security procedures All staff members; Campus MERT Team Employee badges, RAPTOR system, Emergency Operations Manual; DigiOps video surveillance cameras; background checks for parent volunteers Background check spreadsheets; student discipline reports; RAPTOR report Conduct MTA family picnic and Dyslexia Reading Night to promote family involvement MTA Teacher; Administrators Picnic supplies; reading materials Attendance Sheets; parent surveys; Forney Messenger article Continue to partner with PTO to maintain positive Community/School relations; i.e. Mother/Son Game Night; Daddy/Daughter Dance; Pancakes with Santa; Teacher Appreciation Week; Fundraisers PTO; all Faculty members PTO funds; school facilities PTO membership numbers; attendance; parent feedback Continue to follow and adhere to the district Energy Management Conservation Policy; i.e. turn off lights, computers, monitors, printers, etc. All faculty members; Director of Facility Services Energy Management Plan; Energy Reports; Budget reports Assess students in grades 3-6 on physical fitness by using the FITNESSGRAM. PE TeacherOnline ResourcesLesson Plans; FITNESSGRAM annual report

21 Best Practices Campus identified practices yielding high success in goal areas. These practices are not new goals for implementation. StrategyPerson(s) ResponsibleResources Evidence of Implementation (sign-in sheets, agendas, news articles, etc.) Campus Decision to Continue Practice (Yes/No) Maintain Bully prevention and intervention lessons and activities; follow district Bully Prevention Protocol Administrators; Counselor; Teachers; School Resource Officer Anti-Bully Video; CHAMPs Discipline Management Plan; Rachel’s Challenge Counselor Lesson Plans; Bullying Investigation forms sent to Director of Elementary Services Continue to maintain and develop a partnership with PTO and actively promote PTO programs and events. PTO members; Parents; Teachers; Administrators PTO funding Meeting Sign-in sheets; programs and events; Budget reports


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