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1 Campus Improvement Plan Superintendent:Janice Sykora Elementary Principal: Sandy Villarreal Elementary Secretary: Linda Yanta Approved by Board of Trustees June 20, 2011

2 Runge ISD2 Table of Contents I.Campus Mission Statement II.Campus Goals III.Campus Core Beliefs IV.Members of Campus Site Base V.Campus Improvement Plan Goal 1Student Achievement Goal 2Curriculum Goal 3Parents and Community Goal 4Personnel Goal 5 Technology Goal 6Safety Goal 7 Facilities Goal 8Finance VI.Comprehensive Needs Assessment

3 Runge ISD3 The mission of the Runge schools is that the entire staff, in partnership with parents and community, will prepare all students academically and emotionally to successfully meet the challenges of the next level of learning. Yellow jacket Vision: Commitment Today means Success Tomorrow

4 Runge ISD4 II. Campus Goals The elementary campus will be exemplary as measured by the AEIS. The needs of all students will be met through an annual review of the curriculum. Parents and community members will be equal partners in the success of our children. Highly qualified teachers will be employed to educate our students. Technology will be implemented and used to increase the effectiveness of student learning, instructional management, staff development, and administration. The elementary campus will maintain a safe and orderly environment that is conducive to learning. The elementary campus will ensure the well-being of our students through the maintenance and operation of our facilities. The elementary campus will follow the Board approved campus budget.

5 Runge ISD5 Campus Goals Student Achievement 1. Runge Elementary will earn a Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability rating of Exemplary in 2011 and beyond and meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements according to No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Curriculum 2. Runge Elementary will maintain high standards through an evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Parents and Community 3. Runge Elementary will promote a strong partnership between parents and community that results in shared responsibility and commitment for a quality educational system. We will organize a Parent Advisory Committee to help parents become more involved.

6 Runge ISD6 Campus Goals Personnel 4. Runge Elementary will provide highly qualified teachers to educate our students. Technology 5. Runge Elementary students will incorporate technology into classes by using power points and various other activities. Keyboarding will be taught at all grade levels. Safety 6. Runge Elementary will maintain a safe, fair, and well-disciplined environment that is conducive to education.

7 Runge ISD7 Campus Goals Facilities 7. Runge Elementary will ensure the well-being of our students through the maintenance and operation of our facilities. Finance 8. Runge Elementary will use funding resources and grant opportunities to provide an exemplary education for all students.

8 Runge ISD8 Runge Independent School Campus Core Beliefs You will always see: A welcoming environment where students are engaged and challenged. A professional staff who is available and displays a positive attitude. Facilities that are neat, clean, and well maintained. You will never see: Students who are apathetic. An unprofessional staff. Facilities that are unsanitary or dangerous.

9 Runge ISD9 Runge Independent School Campus Core Beliefs You will always hear: Positive, professional interactions Knowledgeable instruction Respectful exchanges You will never hear: Negativity, unprofessional interactions Gossip, sarcasm Profanity

10 Runge ISD10 Runge Independent School Campus Core Beliefs You will always feel: Welcomed Valued Safe You will never feel: Unwelcomed Unimportant Fearful

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12 Runge ISD12 Runge Independent School District Campus Improvement Plan 2010 – 2012 Site Base Members Elected Teachers: 1. Bita Garcia __________________ 2. Saundra Briley __________________ 3. Geniene Harris __________________ 4. Gloria Donaubauer _______________ Elected Paraprofessional: 1. Delanda Segura ________________ Parent Representative: 1. Stacy Kraatz ________________ 2. Erma Gonzalez _______________ 3. Frankie Reyna ________________

13 Runge ISD13 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: All campuses and the district will be Exemplary as measured by the AEIS. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 86% ( )) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8-10 to Disaggregate reading TAKS results to be used in curriculum planning Use TAKS/STAAR formatted assessments weekly or biweekly on unfamiliar text material Schedule at risk and Tier 2 students an additional minutes of: small group instruction independent instruction after school tutoring Provide support to migrant students and families in order to meet their educational needs Train all teachers in: modifying instruction for Special Ed Response to intervention All AR MIG AR 3-6 grade teachers Teachers Principal Goliad Co-Op staff TAKS data Teacher created tests Step up to STAAR Study Island Title I ACE program List of identified migrant students Goliad Co-op, RtI campus plan Progress reports, report cards, benchmarks Lesson Plans Assessment scores Practice STAAR assessments, benchmarks, TPRI progress monitoring Migrant surveys, parent conferences Lesson Plans IEP's Student grades, progress monitoring TAKS/ STAAR scores List of Honor Roll students Outcome assessments: K-3 TPRI 3-6 STAAR # of students passing STAAR I# of students passing Assessments Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech.

14 Runge ISD14 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 1: All campuses and the district will be Exemplary as measured by the AEIS. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 86% ( )) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Conduct awards ceremonies each 9 weeks to promote success in: Perfect Attendance Honor Roll Conduct annual Gifted/Talented evaluation with parents and students to revise and update By using Response to Intervention (RtI), classroom teachers will increase instructional intervention to decrease the number of students served in Special Ed Provide additional tutorials, enrichment and homework classes for all students All G/T All Counselor El. secretary Counselor Principal ACE, K-2 teachers Perfect attendance list, gift certificates Survey/evaluation Goliad Coop, ESC3 ACE Grant Nine week attendance records, report cards 100% surveys returned Tutorials, small group instruction Pre/Post tests, progress reports, benchmarks Attendance Increase commended performance # of special ed referrals Outcome assessments, TPRI, STAAR, End of Year tests Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 1. Achievement Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech.

15 Runge ISD15 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 2: Runge ISD will maintain high standards through evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS, SDAA II Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Address all areas of curriculum with enrichment activities through pullout GT or in class Conduct staff development for teachers on TEKS/STAAR; CSCOPE Provide a wide range of reading materials for PK -6 in all genres Begin Accelerated Reader Program Identify and provide an ESL program, as needed G/T All ESL GT teacher Principal Teachers Teacher Principal Lesson plans with g/t activities ESC3 CScope Library schedule Guided reading lab AR books, computer Home language surveys, instructional materials Parent survey, Classroom ideas, walk- throughs Lesson plans, student use of books, book reports Points earned by students Parent conferences, weekly assessment # commended on TAKS/STAAR # of students mastering objectives Increase student achievement in reading Increase in reading for comprehension Increase % of passing on TPRI, RTPE, and TELPAS 2. Curriculum Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

16 Runge ISD16 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 2: Runge ISD will maintain high standards through an evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS, SDAA II Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Use TAKS/STAAR formatted materials weekly Participate in staff development to incorporate writing into all subject areas Build a foundation in handwriting PK-6 Begin using CScope for math in all grades Continue using Study Island on-line program to address TEKS and STAAR Review TEKS and meet with other grade and subject levels to align curriculum All Teachers Step up to STAAR Study Island 6 traits of writing, CScope Handwriting without Tears; D’Neilian CSCOPE curriculum Computers Internet access CScope Assessment Study island reports Implement ideas Lesson plans, writing samples CSCOPE assessment Individual and campus reports Lesson plans, collaborate # passing and commended on TAKS/STAAR # of students passingTAKS/ STAAR writing # of students scoring a 4 on TAKS/STAAR writing # of passing scores I# receiving commended performance # of commended Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

17 Runge ISD17 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 2: Runge ISD will maintain high standards through an evaluation of all programs and services that assures continuous improvement. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS, SDAA II Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8-10 Incorporate a list of required biographies and vocabulary at each grade level Continue Book It program in K-6 Create and implement an action plan for the Healthy School Program Provide Physical Fitness, Health and Nutrition activities All Teachers SHAC committee Elem PE Library Library, AR books, pizza coupons Healthier generations website Health Curriculum, Fitness Now Grant Lesson plans, vertical alignment Reading logs Monthly meetings Fitness Gram, Lesson Plans # of honor roll students Number of students reaching goals Bronze Status Student Attendance 2. Curriculum Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

18 Runge ISD18 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 3: Parents and community members will be equal partners in the success of our children. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: prior sign in sheets, parent participation in meetings Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/Language Arts from (All students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in math from (All students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative , Hold a math and Reading TAKS/STAAR parent night, Science Fair night in conjunction with Parent Mini-Conference Organize Parental Involvement Committee Volunteer to help at school Attend Parental Involvement Conference Participate in Public School Week All Teachers Principal All teachers Speakers, materials, letters to parents List of activities parents can volunteer for, survey of volunteers Marquis notice, parent lunch Student parent participation Student- parent participation Sign in sheets Sign in sheets, projects # of parents involved in academic activities # of parents involved in activities I# of parents visiting school Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 4 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 3. Parents & Community

19 Runge ISD19 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 3: Parents and community members will be equal partners in the success of our children. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: prior sign in sheets, parent participation in meetings Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/Language Arts from (All students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in math from (All students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Conduct TAKS/STAAR parent information night for 3-6 Back to School Thursday before school starts during the day Parent breakfast to begin the year Public Library reading program Publish and distribute a monthly calendar or newsletter Provide parental access to Gradebook Phone messages of upcoming events 3-6 All Counselor Principal, teachers Public Librarian Principal Tech coordinator secretary TAKS packets, Registration packets, postcards, school messenger flyers Input from teachers, principal info Website, parent notification of access School messenger, notes home Sign in sheets Parent sign in Sign in sheets for students Survey of parent response to newsletter Parent request for access codes Survey of response I# of parents participating # of parents involved # of students receiving circus tickets # of parents involved # of parental participation Parental participation Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 4 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 3. Parents & Community

20 Runge ISD20 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 3: Parents and community members will be equal partners in the success of our children. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: prior sign in sheets, parent participation in meetings Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/Language Arts from (All students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in math from (All students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8-10 Provide activities for parents of early childhood programs as they come on school visits Promote student health Provide training for teachers and parents to create positive behavior support PK-K All PK-K teachers Nurse Principal List of programs in the area, schedules for visits Shots Across Texas; Texas Mobile Dentist, Flu Vaccine Clinic Character Counts website Sign in sheets staff input Shot logs Sign in sheets # of parents and students from Headstart Healthier students, better attendance # of discipline referrals will decrease Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 4 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 3. Parents & Community

21 Runge ISD21 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 4: Runge ISD will recruit, retain and develop highly qualified employees Data Analyzed to Determine Need: applications, master schedule, mentoring survey Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/Language Arts from (All students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in math from (All students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ). Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8-10 hire highly qualified teaching personnel in all core subject areas Provide mentoring program for all new teachers Principal principal Applications Teachers that teach like grade or subject areas Schedules Survey of mentor and mentee schedules Survey or mentor and mentee Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 4 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students 4. Personnel

22 Runge ISD22 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 5: Technology will be implemented and used to increase the effectiveness of student learning, instructional management, staff development, and administration. Data Analyzed to Determine Need: TAKS, SDAA II, Texas STAR Chart Long Range Goal: By the year 2012, 90% of all students will meet the state standard. Annual Performance Objective: To meet the percentage of the TAKS testing population mastering state standard in Reading/English Language Arts from (All Students) 89% ( ) to 92% ( ) and in Math from (All Students) 86% ( ) to 90% ( ) Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Participate in professional development on: Runge website Gradebook Project Share STAAR (all subject areas) Achieve necessary skills through technology instruction to be successful in real world activities of the 21 st century Provide technology related materials in all subject areas to enable students to be academically successful Introduce keyboarding in grades K-2 All K-2 Tech coordinator Tech instructor Technology teacher Library aide Teacher laptops, computer lab Computer lab, software Study Island, SuccessMaker 4 Alpha Smarts Sign in sheets, documentati on of PD Implement new ideas, projects done by students Pre-test, post=test scores Computer lab schedule # of teachers using technology, lesson plans Student grades and achievement TAKS scores increase # of honor roll students Keyboarding skills of upper grade students will increase 4. Technology Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

23 Runge ISD23 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 6: All campuses will maintain a safe and orderly environment that is conducive to learning Data Analyzed to Determine Need: discipline referrals, student achievement Long Range Goal: decrease # of referrals to the office Annual Performance Objective: reduce referrals in from 24% to 20% Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Recognize students with positive behavior 9 week Principal Award weekly Buzzy’s Buddy monthly movie or special activity Initiate a character education program Implement Crisis Management Plan Review need for crossing guard for elementary students after school Continue to improve and build positive relationships with students Decrease # of students assigned to ISS, DAEP All Principal, Teachers Teachers Principal Student council rep Teachers Frames, treats, movies Character Counts website Emergency procedures plan Community volunteers Capturing Kids’ Hearts strategies teachers Check list for repairs Checklist of responsibiliti es Practice drills Accident reports Discipline referrals Maintenance ticket s reviewed Survey of teachers Staff survey of effectiveness Parent survey # of referrals # of students assigned to ISS, DAEP 6. Safety Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 6 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

24 Runge ISD24 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 7: RISD will demonstrate effective planning of maintenance, operations and facilities Data Analyzed to Determine Need: maintenance tickets Long Range Goal: to ensure that campus meet all safety requirements Annual Performance Objective: Maintain superior achievement rating on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative 8-10 Ensure that all necessary repairs are requested Monitor cleaning or all classrooms AllPrincipal, Teachers teachers Internet, tickets Janitorial staff Check list for repairs Checklist of responsibiliti es Maintenance ticket s reviewed Survey of teachers 7. Facilities Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 6 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

25 Runge ISD25 Runge ISD Campus Improvement Plan District Goal # 8: RISD will propose a balanced budget Data Analyzed to Determine Need: board approved budget Long Range Goal: Annual Performance Objective: Maintain superior achievement rating on the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas Projected Timeline Initiatives/Strategies/Activities Sp. Pop. Person (s) Responsible Resources Budget / Human Evaluation FormativeSummative Encourage awareness of possible educational grants available Follow campus budget AllPrincipal, teachers Principal Internet, TEA website for list Business manager Checklist for areas that school may qualify Purchase orders Additional funds received from grant End of year budget report 8. Finance Needs Assessment AEIS PS = Parent Survey (Title 1) CS = Climate Survey DR = Discipline Report LAS = Language Assessment Skills TPRI = Texas Primary Reading Inventory Funding Sources LC = Local Title III, Bilingual St. Bil = State Bilingual Title Iv, SDFSC SCE – St. Comp. Ed. Program Title V, Innovative Programs Title I, Part A (all students) Title I, Part B Even Start Title I, Part C Migrant only Voc./Tech. (Carl D. Perkins) Title II, part A TPTR Others Specify: Title II, Part D Tech. CIP 6 Special Populations AR = At Risk DY = Dyslexia ESL = English as a Second Language ED = Economically Disadvantaged G/T = Gifted and Talented SE = Special Education MG = Migrant ALL = All Students

26 Runge ISD26 Comprehensive Needs Assessment Runge ISD is a rural PK-12 th grade school district located in Runge, Texas. Runge ISD consists of two campuses: Runge Elementary (PK-6) and Runge High School (7-12). Runge is located about 12 miles from Kenedy, Texas, and is one of four school districts in Karnes County. The Runge school population is approximately 300 students who are Hispanic (89%), white (10%), and black (1%). Students need more exposure to earth and physical science concepts at the lower grade levels. Writing compositions need to be integrated into all subject areas. Students need higher level thinking activities to be able to analyze content areas.


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