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1 Marshall Middle School Be brave.

2 Content Data Overview Academic Awareness – Response to data Behavior – A proactive and positive approach Culture Shifts – The means and the ends

3 Projected Demographics

4 AIMSWeb Screener MAZE: Measures comprehension R-CBM: Measures reading fluency M-COMP: Measures computation skills M-CAP: Measures application of math skills

5 6 th Grade AIMSWeb Progress Change MAZE69.3%50.3%-19.3% RCBM42.0%41.3%-0.7% MCOMP56.1%27.2%-28.9% MCAP54.4%37.0%-17.4%

6 7 th Grade AIMSWeb Progress Change MAZE60.8%51.8%-2.3% MCOMP45.2%32.3%-12.9% MCAP59.5%38.6%-20.9%

7 8 th Grade AIMSWeb Progress Change MAZE76%58.5%-17.5% MCOMP35.3%42.8%+7.5% MCAP55.2%48.4%-6.8%

8 Math Assessment Trend Data

9 Reading Assessment Trend Data

10 Reading Assessment Subgroup Data Free and Reduced Lunch: +14.2% ELL: +14.2% African American: White: Hispanic: SPED: +6.2

11 2013 State AMO Status - Marshall

12 2013 District AMO Status – USD 259

13 Academics Response to Data

14 Multi-Tiered Academic Supports District Placement/Curriculum Protocol * Core + Interventions Targeted Interventions in Core Building-Wide Strategies Tiered Interventions PLL Groups Math Navigator / Mastery Extended Learning Opportunities Jumpstart Boost DataCoreRigorTier 2Tier 3Action

15 Data-Driven Quadrant Sorts vs. Tier Transition Reports * Data OneNote / Response to Data Curriculum Planning Days w/Curriculum Coaches Progress Monitoring

16 Staff Development Ron Clark Academy (Atlanta) Safe & Civil Schools Conference (Portland) Harvard Urban School Leadership (Boston) Plain Talk About Reading (New Orleans) Explicit Instruction TOT (Wichita/Anita Archer) CHAMPs TOT (Wichita/Mike Booher) Summer Paid Professional Development Opportunities Love & Logic (Wichita) Building Capacity – Staff Presentations In-Service, District In-Service & Learning Labs, National Conferences (Orlando – America’s Choice National Conference) AVID Summer Institute (Dallas)

17 Where are we going… Before School Tutoring Room Strengthening the Core: Explicit Instruction Data-Driven Decisions and Accountability Implementing Common Core in all Content Areas AVID Demonstration Status

18 Process As you think about the content you’ve seen so far, what might be some barriers to implementation that you have in your building? What have you seen so far that may help you overcome those barriers?

19 Behavior A positive and proactive approach

20 Attendance and Mobility

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22 Oct 2012: ID Area of Need Dec. 2012: Essential 16 Jan 2012: Expectation Rotations Feb 2012: Implement Common Area Policy & Observe Ongoing: Policy Maintenance

23 Rotation Document Common Area Observation Tool

24 1 st hour

25 Where are we going… Standardized Documentation Tool for Academic/Behavior Data (OneNote) Behavior Specialist on staff Recovery Room Additional Full-time Counselor Continued Training on Tiered Behaviors Book Study: Discipline in the Secondary Classroom & Explicit Instruction Grade Level Team Time weekly devoted to behavior

26 Process What data might be important to consider when making decisions regarding behavior in your building? How do you currently communicate your behavioral expectations with students and staff? What do you do well? What might need to be changed?

27 Culture Shifts We are here for the kids. We are here for each other.

28 Culture Shifts Core & Intervention Grade Level & Content Intentional Placement Scheduling Data Driven Needs Assessment Looking out, not down (Travel) Professional Development Building Capacity / High Expectations Shared Mission & Narrowed Focus Student Leadership / Family Engagement Empowerment

29 Do Do it. Execute the plan, implement changes taking small steps in controlled circumstances. Check Monitor and study the results. Track implementation impact and engage in performance improvement dialogue. ACT (Adjust, Continue, Transition) A decision point. Take action to standardize or improve the process. Develop improvement hypothesis. Secure the improvement. Plan Plan ahead for change. Analyze and predict the results. Problem Solving Process

30 Where are we going… Objective Data & Evaluation Empowering Stakeholders Informed Leadership: Principal Perspective Full-Time Family Engagement & Community in Schools Staff Where are we going…

31 Process Culture – you either teach it or tolerate it. What do you teach? What do you tolerate? What are some specific steps you can take to improve culture in your building?

32 Thank You! Q&A Session


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