Presentation on theme: "Andrea Duran January 27. 2014. School, District, DAC & BOE Process Leadership Team representatives, grade level and content area teachers meet with administrators."— Presentation transcript:
Andrea Duran January
School, District, DAC & BOE Process Leadership Team representatives, grade level and content area teachers meet with administrators to determine areas of focus. Draft SUIPs are created and shared with school SACs and all teachers, feedback is gathered and collaboration continues on- going through the 1 st semester. A draft is submitted to Andrea by Dec. 20 th to begin creating the SUIP one-pagers. Then the DUIP draft is created from the SUIPs, vetted with leadership, presented to DAC and BOE. Up until April 15 submission, SUIPs and DUIP are drafts. Feedback timeframes: January SUIPS to DAC, February 19 th DUIP to DAC, Feb. 24 th DUIP to BOE Final SUIPs and DUIP are submitted to CDE on April 15, 2014.
Review of SUIP Sections Plan Designation-All schools rated highest-Performance Pertinent data (not inclusive in one-pager) Priority Performance Challenges-1-3 areas of focus Root Causes-Why do we believe the challenges occur? Major Improvement Strategies-Specific goals Implementation Benchmarks-What are we going to do? Interim Measures-How and what will we use to monitor progress throughout the year
Performance Indicators Academic Achievement = Status-Proficient + Advanced- reading, writing, math and science (5 th, 8 th and 10 th ) Academic Growth = Median growth percentile-reading, writing and math and WIDA for ELLs Academic Growth Gaps = growth in reading, writing and math by disaggregated groups Free and Reduced Lunch Program Minority Students w/Disabilities ELL Students needing to catch up Post Secondary/Workforce Readiness-Graduation Rate, Dropout Rate, and ACT
SUIPs Focus areas for SY EHS: writing, reading for IEP, math (Algebra) FHS: writing, math EMS: math, academic achievement & growth for all sub groups RCE: writing, reading/writing for IEP SHE: writing, reading, absenteeism