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1 Ms. Hall, Ms. Colling, Mrs. Cummings, Mr. Li, and Ms. McFadyen Center

2 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Julia Hall

3 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 earland’s cademic hoice for ducation

4 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Registered with TEA  Alternative Campus  Non-traditional  Programs  AIM – Academic/General Ed/Special Ed (ACC)  PEARS – Academic/Special Ed  ALA - Behavioral  PEP/PRS – Parenting Education/ Pregnancy

5 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 ccelerated nstructional ethods

6 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Application Process  AIM Student Characteristics  9-week Course Completion  Minimum HS Plan  Recommended HS Plan  Mandatory Orientation  Student Expectations  Individual Counselor Mtg.  Develop Graduation Plan

7 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 earland’s ducationally t- isk tudents

8 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Special Education Students  ED  MR  OHI  AU high functioning  Core Subjects  Modified Packet Based Curriculum  Electives  CTE  OJT – 2 credits per semester

9 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Minimum Plan  OJT  Employability Skills (coursework)  Agency  Schedule Services Page  Grade Assigned by Gen Ed Teacher  Service Provided by Sped Teacher  08 OJT student  Non OJT student – Based on 7 Period Day 43 Four Sped Periods 42 Three Sped Periods 42 Two Sped Periods 41 One Sped Period 40 Mainstream

10 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 lternative earning cademy

11 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  District’s DAEP  Mandatory/Discretionary  Placement is 30 days  Honor any out of district placement  Direct Instruction Core  Electives/Pre – AP home campus

12 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 arenting ducation rogram regnancy elated ervices

13 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Funded by district  Assists all district students  Provides 4 CTE Elective Classes  Principles Human Services  Child Development  Fashion Design  Interior Design

14 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Bright Success Melanie Johnston

15 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Bright Success  Melanie Johnston – Behavior Consultant  Full Day In-services  Full Day/Half Day Observation Debriefing

16 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  District/Campus  Back to School  4 Early Release Days  4 Content Specific Pullout Days

17 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Cold Call  Pepper  Exit Tickets  Interactive Notebooks  Word Walls

18 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Cortenay Colling

19 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Principal  Assistant Principal  Counselor  Campus Secretary  Registrar  Receptionist/Attendance Clerk

20 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  2 ELA  2 Math  2 Social Studies  1 Science  1 Credit Recovery/Virtual Courses/ PE/ Health  2 CTE  1-PEP/PRS  Assists with all PACE Programs

21 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  1 Junior High Teacher  High School  1 ELA  1 Science  1 Math  1 Social Studies  3 Paraprofessionals

22 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  1 PEARS Teacher  1 PEP/PRS Coordinator  Assists all district students  Provides 4 CTE Elective Classes for AIM/PEARS  1 Special Education Teacher

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24  AIM Team Meetings  Every Tuesday before school  ALA Team Meetings  Every Wednesday before school  Faculty Meetings  At least once a month

25 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Cyndi McFadyen

26 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  IN OUR SERVICE TO AT-RISK STUDENTS, OUR GOAL AT AIM:  IS TO ENHANCE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT  ENCOURAGE RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP  MAXIMIZE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS

27 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  9-week Course Completion  Individual, small group and computer aided instruction, self-esteem enhancement, flexible scheduling, and a quality, caring staff are the keynotes to this approach  Offers TAKS Instructional Support  Students that have not met state testing requirements are required to take TAKS Target classes prior to each TAKS administration  Focuses on individual student needs  Offers flexible school hours

28 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  7 Period Day  20 minute Break/Tutoring (M, T, Th, F) 20 minute Mentor Groups (every W) After 2 nd period  Each student must attend at least 4 periods each day  Mentor Groups  Passports, Graduation Plan, Credits  Career Awareness/Speakers  Character Reflections

29 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Core Classes  Direct Instruction  PE/Health Electives  Credit Recovery  Virtual Online Courses  Foreign Language  Fine Arts  Additional Electives

30 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  CTE Clusters  Human Services 3 Periods (Coordinator of PEP/PRS)  Business Administration  Information Technology  Arts, A/V Technology & Communications

31 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  10 Courses  Principles of Business (1/2 credit)  Money Matters (1/2 credit)  Virtual Business (1/2 credit)  Business Management (1 credit)  BIM (1 credit)  Digital & Interactive Multimedia (1 credit)  Principles of Information Technology (1/2 credit)  AV Productions (1 credit)  Animation(1 credit)  Web Technology (1 credit)

32 Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Cluster Audio Video Production Credit 1 Animation Credit 1 Money Matters Credit 0.5 Virtual Business Credit 0.5 Business Information Management I Credit 1 Business Management Credit 1 Business, Marketing & Finance Cluster Business Information Management I Credit 1 (Prerequisite) Digital & Interactive Multimedia Credit 1 Web Technologies Credit 1 Information Technology Cluster Principles of Information Technology Credit 0.5 Principles of Business Credit 0.5

33 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  10 courses, 6 periods???  Course Groupings  Classroom Management  Seating Chart  Online Course Management  Moodle Site Classroom Procedures Course Outline Lessons/Assignment Instructions Upload Completed Assignments Test and Quizzes

34 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013

35  Each 9-weeks  Academic Excellence  Perfect Attendance  Graduation  Receives a signed copy of Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

36 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Jonathan Li

37 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Fills gaps for at-risk students  Increases graduation rate  (INSERT STATISTIC HERE)

38 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013

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41  Behavior Management  Classroom Consolidation  Teacher Mobility  Global Access

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44 YearGraduatesTAKS ELA TAKS Math TAKS Science TAKS Soc. Studies 2008 – %93%92%100% 2009 – %86%92%94% 2010 – %78%83%96% 2011 – %87%89%92% %88%97%95%

45 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  AIM program – the entire program is an accommodation!  Small groups, preferential seating, shortened assignments, tutoring assistance, cooling-off periods, positive reinforcers, time for repeated review or drill, etc.

46 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Carrie Cummings

47 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Pearland’s DAEP  Placement is 30 days  Based on daily earned credit  Grade level classrooms  Core teachers rotate  Students remain in their seat all day, only leaving their seat for:  designated restroom breaks  Lunch  PE

48 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  60 to 70 points per day for credit  Incentives for good behavior:  10 consecutive days of earned credit allows the student to eat lunch in the cafeteria, instead of in the classroom  A perfect point sheet earns the privilege of PE after 6 th period each day  When a student wants to misbehave, a gentle reminder about keeping the privilege of PE or lunch is usually enough!

49 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013

50  Classroom Observations  Analysis of Observations  Program Recommendations  Staff implemented recommendations:  maintaining consistency with point sheet expectations  refusing to engage students in debate by “speak and spin”  creating a supportive yet firm classroom management approach

51 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Foster a love of reading  Latest titles in teen and young adult literature (school- appropriate, of course)  Gifts toward the purchase of new titles each school year.  Most popular books in high school:  Percy Jackson series  The Hunger Games trilogy,  Conspiracy 365 series.  If there is a book a student is interested in, we will get our hands on it and capitalize on their interest!

52 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  For 30 minutes grade level classes are given time to reflect on aspects of great character.  We focus on the Character Counts pillars  Trustworthiness  Respect, responsibility  Fairness  Caring/Compassion  Loyalty  Citizenship  Activities/discussions for each week that focus on a single pillar, and tailored them for the high school audience.  We use video clips  Games  Friday Closure Activity  Special Events

53 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013 Measuring success one student at a time!

54 Pearland ISD Copyright © 2013  Julia Hall, Principal   Cortenay Colling, Assistant Principal   Carrie Cummings, ALA Teacher   Jonathan Li, Special Education Teacher   Cyndi McFadyen, AIM Teacher 


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