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 2010-11 ◦ THE MERGER  10-12 Building ◦ 1139 Students  88.4% Minority  74.4% Free & Reduced ◦ Transient Population  Just numbers and classifications.

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2  ◦ THE MERGER  Building ◦ 1139 Students  88.4% Minority  74.4% Free & Reduced ◦ Transient Population  Just numbers and classifications used by people “not in our building”.  Focus School  2010 – 11 ◦ A unique opportunity ◦ Chance to remake who we are

3 Data Driven - school wide/classroom: Data Process ◦ Is generated in one-two week cycles ◦ Is shared with students so they can monitor progress ◦ Is used to adjust instructional practices ◦ Is the foundation for Wednesday department meetings ◦ Is displayed in classrooms Classroom Instruction: Utilize Ruskin Instruction Model ◦ Common lesson plan elements ◦ Incorporates RIGOROUS instructions ◦ Incorporates differentiated instructional practices ◦ Varied Marzano instructional strategies ◦ Daily measurable objective ◦ Tovani Workshop Model ◦ Include all levels of DOK ◦ Assessment – formative and summative Utilize Literacy ◦ Reading and writing every hour every day Wellness: Advisement Response to Intervention (At Risk) Wednesday PLC: Is supportive and collaborative Is a place to solve professional problems Is conducted using established norms School Culture: PBIS ◦ Common language based around five universals ◦ Practiced by all staff daily Staff professionalism ◦ Never personal ◦ Focused on what we can control Building Procedures and Processes: Created to communicate expectations Created to provide a learning environment Adjusted as needed Never perfect

4 AttendanceBehaviorAcademics At –Risk Monitoring Teacher Performance Parent Involvement

5  Big 3 Goals ◦ Attendance  Increase our MSIP 5 attendance  2010 – 54.35%  2011 – 64.23%  2012 – 66.74%  2013 – 72.91% ◦ Behavior  Decrease referrals/days out by 20% annually  Referrals – down 51%  Days out – down 26% ◦ Academics  By year 3, score points in all EOC subjects under the progressing model  By year 3, score points in all EOC subjects/super sub-group under progressing model

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10 TIER 1 STANDARDS-BASED CLASSROOM LEARNING:  All students participate in general education learning that includes:  Implementation of the Missouri Show-Me Standards through research-based practices  Implementation of ACT Readiness Standards through research-based practices  Implementation of the Ruskin Instructional Model  Weekly progress monitoring in advisory TIER 2 NEEDS BASED LEARNING ◦ Targeted students participate in learning in addition to Tier 1 ◦ Formalized processes of intervention ◦ School day mandatory tutoring ◦ Greater frequency of progress monitoring ◦ At-risk intervention team and Advisory Monitoring TIER 3 BEHAVIORAL AND SPECIAL SERVICES LEARNING  Targeted students participate in learning in addition to Tier 1 and Tier 2:  Individualized assessments  Interventions tailored to individual needs  Referral for specially designed instruction if needed including:  Mandatory Tutoring  Plato Credit Recovery  Other services as needed  Possible Special Education Referral  Possible Alternative Education Program Referral TIER 4 SPECIALLY DESIGNED LEARNING  Targeted students participate in learning that includes:  Special Education  Adapted content, methodology, or instructional delivery including:  Alternative Education Programs:  School within a School  Twilight School  MO Options Program

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17 School Rankings: Biology MPI ValuesMPI Total Lee's Summit Ruskin Belton Raytown Center Grandview Raytown South School Rankings: Comm Arts MPI ValuesMPI Total Lee's Summit Belton Center Raytown Raytown South Grandview Ruskin344.13

18 Schools Rankings: Social Studies MPI ValuesMPI Total Lee's Summit Ruskin Belton Center Raytown South Raytown Grandview267.21

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20  Initial Exposure ◦ 1 st Semester  MO Building Bridges Conference  Seek out success  UMKC PBIS presentation  RHS Formula for Success ◦ Start small ◦ Choose wisely ◦ Admit your mistakes and then fix them  Initial Steps ◦ Formed PBIS committee  Admin, staff, students, community ◦ Worked with state mentors ◦ Developed School Wide & Classroom Matrix  Image is EVERYTHING!!!!!  Universal Vocabulary ◦ Walk and Talk ◦ Ready to Learn ◦ Hand gestures

21  SAFE  RESPONSIBLE  RESPECTFUL  PEACEFUL  READY TO LEARN!  Arrival and Dismissal  Hallways  Cafeteria  Classrooms

22  Pro-Active vs. Re- active  A new kind of discipline ◦ Changed the referral form ◦ Reestablished teacher/admin expectations  Continuing the momentum ◦ Eagles Feathers ◦ Expanded committee ◦ Implement all PBIS strategies and vocab thru advisement class ◦ Chat and Chew ◦ Look more closely at the data

23  RHS has a very focused SIP plan  Nothing happens that doesn’t fit the plan and enhance student achievement  DATA DRIVES EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  It is always about student achievement and NEVER anything else

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