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1 Mathematics LIP Goal Writing LIP Goal Reading LIP Goal Tell Them From Me Themes Please click on the links below for information on each one. The end of the section is noted by the ‘HOME’ link. Once you see the ‘HOME’ sign please click on it and it will bring you back to the main page.

2 All students will improve in their ability to communicate mathematically as measured by: In June 2014, KCI students (gr. 5-9) will improve by 30% overall as compared to 2013 results in the area of communication as measured on the exemplar standard math rubric

3 As you can see from the graph, 3% of grade 6 students, 10% of grade 7 students, 29% of grade 8 students, and 88% of grade 9 students are at the practitioner level or higher in the area of math communications. This is an overall percentage of 38.6% in grades 6-9.

4 As you can see from the graph, 20% of grade 6 students (an increase of 17%), 18.5% of grade 7 students (an increase of 8.5%), 42% of grade 8 students (an increase of 13%), and 89% of grade 9 students (an increase of 1%) are at the practitioner level or higher in the area of math communications. This is an overall percentage of 45% in grades 6-9 – an increase overall of 6.4%from the Fall and an overall increase of 10% compared to Spring of HOME

5 All students will improve in their writing as measured by: By May 2014, 90% of students in grade 8-12 will increase their achievement by at least one level according to the KCI common assessment writing rubric.

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8 By June 2014, all students will improve in their reading comprehension as measured by: -F&P: 100% of grade 5-6 students will increase by one grade level - RAD: 100% of grade 6-8 students will be at the Meets Expectations level or above for Main Idea & Supporting Details, 6-8.

9 The September results show that 2 out of 33 or 6% of grade 6 students are currenlty meeting expectations or above in the Main Idea & Supporting Details area.

10 The Spring results show that 1 out of 31 or 3.2% of grade 6 students are currenlty meeting expectations or above in the Main Idea & Supporting Details area.

11 The September results show that 9 out of 24, or 37.5%, of grade 7 students are currently meeting expectations or above in the main idea & supporting details area.

12 The Spring results show that 4 out of 24, or 17% of grade 7 students are currently meeting expectations or above in the main idea & supporting details area.

13 The September results show that 9 out of 37, or 24.3%, of grade 8 students are currently meeting expectations or above in the main idea and supporting details area.

14 The Spring results show that 6 out of 37, or 16.2%, of grade 8 students are currently meeting expectations or above in the main idea and supporting details area.

15 The grade 5 meeting expectations level is R,S, or higher. 11 out of 35, or 31.4%, of grade 5 student are at the meeting expectations level.

16 The grade 5 results show that 30 out of 34 grade 5 students, or 88.2%, were already at grade level or increased at least one grade level.

17 The grade 6 meeting expectations is U or higher. 15 out of 33, or 45.5%, of grade 6 students are currently at the meeting expectations level.

18 The data shows that 31 out of 35 grade 6 students, or 88.6%, were either already at grade level or increased at least one grade level. The LIP goal, with regards to F&P, was to have 100% of grade 5 & 6 students increase at least one grade level. The combined grade 5/6 result is 88.4% of students increased at least one grade level, which is only 12% short of our goal. HOME

19 Kamsack Comprehensive Insitute Spring 2014

20  Students said they needed more guidance counseling  We have increased Glenda’s time 2 more hours/6 day cylce

21  Students said the servery food is too expensive  Fall 2014 – specials will be $3.00  School will support the shortfall in funds

22  Students said the student parking lot needs work  We have contacted Broda Construction to fix the parking lot

23  Students said the SRC needs new ideas  We forwarded the responses to advisors and are looking for more staff/student input

24  Students said school discipline was lax  Teachers will address behaviour in the classroom that interrupts the learning of others  More parent/teacher/student conferences  We will incorporate after school detentions  Extra curricular trips (including sporting events) will be dependent on behaviour

25  Students said the vending machines are unhealthy  We have contacted red carpet to put in healthier choices  We have volunteered to be part of the Comprehensive Health initiative

26  Students said the outdoor track needs work  Facilities has graded it and will do some more work on it in the fall

27  Students said that smoking in front of the school shouldn’t be allowed  We suspend all students caught smoking on school property

28  Jr. students asked for more playground equipment  Community schools purchased balls/skipping ropes/baseball equipment etc.

29  Students said they wanted new/more servery seating  SRC was assigned to the task of picking out the new cafeteria seating

30  Student said that study hall should be used for advanced students to be more challenged  A teacher committee is looking at how study hall is organized

31  Students said that the floor machine is distracting  We have asked Mr. Leis to only use it once daily at 2:30 pm.

32  Students said they want to be recognized (for more than just sports)  2014/2015 we will address this by increasing pep rally’s during study halls

33  Students said they liked –  School improvements such as:  Bleachers  New drink machines  Scoreclock  Wide range of sports/clubs HOME


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