Presentation on theme: "School Leadership Team Elon Park Elementary, South Learning Community 2015 2014 2016 2017."— Presentation transcript:
School Leadership Team Elon Park Elementary, South Learning Community 2015 2014 2016 2017
Welcome Staff Meeting Norms: Begin on Time, end on time. Come prepared. Stay on Schedule 100% Participation No Sidebar Conversations Cell Phones on Vibrate 2014 2015 2016 2017 Agenda: Introductions New Staff/Existing staff Vision/Mission SLT Responsibilities Celebrations EOG data SIP Questions, comments, concerns Scheduled SLT meetings
Introductions/New Staff Mr. Dennis Queen, Zone Superintendent Mrs. Jane Armbruster, Assistant Principal Lisa Mahony, First Grade Teacher Rebecca Ferguson, Second Grade Teacher Janet Thomas, Second Grade Teacher Kristen Martin, Second Grade Teacher Cortney Arnold, Third Grade Teacher Elizabeth Gilbert, Third Grade Teacher Kristen Goodman, Fourth Grade Teacher Cyndi Wolitzky, Fourth Grade Teacher Neil Deegan, Fourth Grade Teacher Kerry Shenoha, Fifth Grade Teacher Lisa Pagano, Talent Development Teacher Stephanie Arem, Art Teacher Brittany Pylant, Art Teacher Carolyn Whitt, ½ Time Exceptional Children’s Teacher New Guidance Counselor position
Existing Staff with New Assignment Jason Geiger, Principal Intern Jill Boyajy, Literacy Facilitator Dorothea Heath, ESL Teacher Alyssa Ryan, Kindergarten Teacher Cheryl Scales-Chavis, First Grade Teacher Marie Deegan, full time Talent Development Teacher Jennifer Moore, full time Music Teacher Ryan Shinn, full time P.E. Teacher
Vision At Elon Park Elementary, staff, students, families and community members collaborate to provide an extraordinary learning environment where all reach their full potential, enrich their individual talents and exhibit school pride…at ALL times, in EVERYTHING they do.
Mission At Elon Park Elementary, the school community will support the commitment to the following: Providing every student with rigorous, engaging and balanced instruction. Basing all decisions on student strengths and needs according to all available data. Appropriate, effective collaboration among staff, families and community members for the benefit of each student. Facilitation of 21 st century learning through implementation of best practices. Delivery and participation in effective professional development. Continuous school improvement. 180 School Days resulting in a minimum of one year’s growth academically for every student.
SLT responsibilities Facilitating the involvement of the school community in the development of the school improvement plan; SLT members encourages, supports and creates opportunities for involvement from parents in the community, contributes to the design of the school improvement plan and monitors the effectiveness of the school improvement plan strategies.
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Celebrations 2014 2015 2016 2017 Dorothea, Lisa M., Lisa P. and Mary selected as participants in the Governor’s Teacher Network (Most of any CMS School). The amount of time spent by teachers this summer. Student Achievement: Elon Park EOG Scores (as of 8-20-14) Test Name 2012-2013 (Level 3&4) 2013-2014 (Level 3, 4 &5) 2013-2014 (Level 4&5) 3rd Reading79.20%89.78%82.25% 3rd Math84.50%91.28%85.64% 3rd Composite81.80% 4th Reading63.10%84.93%75.30% 4th Math84.50%90.96%88.55% 4th Composite73.80% 5th Reading63.70%77.60%67.20% 5th Math76.20%86.36%83.32% 5th Science69.90%85.71%75.86% 5th Composite69.90% School Composite74.20%84.42%77.20%
What is Value-Added? The goal is to find whether a student made a year’s worth of academic growth in a school year. In its simplest terms, to meet value added targets, a student will appear at about the same place on the curve or score at the same percentile from year to year. If they’re lower on the curve or have a lesser percentile rating, they do not meet value added. If they’re further along, they score above it.
Overall… -0.82 Meets Expected Growth
Achievement is Strategic Calculated Purposeful “Education is the kindling of a flame not the filling of a vessel” Socrates Illuminate Enlighten EmpowerInspire Anything Less is Unacceptable 2014 2015 2016 2017
School Improvement Plan Goal 1 – Duty free lunch Goal 2 – Instructional Planning time Goal 3 - Positive School Climate Goal 4 – Increase growth in Reading Goal 5 – Increase growth in Math Goal 6 – Positive School Culture Please make sure you have signed and put your email on the SIP form