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1 Warren County School District Middle School Evaluation Report

2 Table of Contents WCSD Attendance Report WCSD Attendance Report WCSD Discipline Report WCSD Discipline Report WCSD PSSA Scores WCSD PSSA Scores Middle Level Expanded Opportunities Middle Level Expanded Opportunities Samples of Middle Level Research Samples of Middle Level Research Middle Level Interdisciplinary Units Middle Level Interdisciplinary Units Schools To Watch Update Schools To Watch Update Career Education Career Education Reflections (See Administrative Reports) Reflections (See Administrative Reports)

3 ATTENDANCE DATA

4 WCSD Attendance Report Beaty-Warren Middle School Beaty-Warren Middle School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall %94.38%94.05%94.71% %94.51%93.27%94.22%

5 WCSD Attendance Report Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall %94.65%94.90

6 WCSD Attendance Report Sheffield Middle/Senior High School Sheffield Middle/Senior High School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall %93%93%94% %93%91%93%

7 WCSD Attendance Report Youngsville Elementary/Middle School Youngsville Elementary/Middle School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall %95.41%93.47%94.56% %94.73%95.77%94.94%

8 DISCIPLINE DATA

9 WCSD Discipline Report Beaty-Warren Middle School Beaty-Warren Middle School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall

10 WCSD Discipline Report Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall NA NA

11 WCSD Discipline Report Sheffield Middle/Senior High School Sheffield Middle/Senior High School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall

12 WCSD Discipline Report Youngsville Elementary/Middle School Youngsville Elementary/Middle School Grade/Classificati on 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade Overall

13 PSSA DATA

14 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy BEATY ADV + PROF As 5 th Grade Students As 6 th Grade Students Reading 115 (61.1%) WAEC 155 (78%) Math 126 (67%) WAEC 167 (88%)

15 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy BEATY ADV + PROF As 6 th Grade Students As 7 th Grade Students Reading 135 (77%) 155 (88%) Math 146 (84%) 155 (88%)

16 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy BEATY ADV + PROF As 7 th Grade Students As 8 th Grade Students Reading 151 (86%) 162 (89%) Math 156 (89%) 156 (91%)

17 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy EISENHOWER ADV + PROF As 5 th Grade Students As 6 th Grade Students Reading 67 (79.3%) RES & SGES 61 (76%) RES & SGES Math 69 (82.4%) RES & SGES 65 (81%) RES & SGES

18 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy EISENHOWER ADV + PROF As 6 th Grade Students As 7 th Grade Students Reading 54 (72.3%) RES & SGES 58 (72%) Math 60 (80.6%) RES & SGES 61 (76%)

19 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy EISENHOWER ADV + PROF As 7 th Grade Students As 8 th Grade Students Reading 67 (75%) 71 (82%) Math 69 (77%) 68 (77%)

20 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy SHEFFIELD ADV + PROF As 5 th Grade Students As 6 th Grade Students Reading 24 (46.8%) AVES & SES 20 (39%) Math 27 (52.7%) AVES & SES 22 (43%)

21 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy SHEFFIELD ADV + PROF As 6 th Grade Students As 7 th Grade Students Reading52% 25 (57%) Math61% 27 (64%)

22 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy SHEFFIELD ADV + PROF As 7 th Grade Students As 8 th Grade Students Reading46% 21 (52%) Math56% 23 (53%)

23 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy YOUNGSVILLE ADV + PROF As 5 th Grade Students As 6 th Grade Students Reading 32 (47.7%) 35 (52%) Math 40 (59.7%) 47 (67%)

24 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy YOUNGSVILLE ADV + PROF As 6 th Grade Students As 7 th Grade Students Reading 48 (68%) 60 (82%) Math 39 (55%) 58 (81%)

25 WCSD PSSA Comparison Based on New Middle-Level Philosophy YOUNGSVILLE ADV + PROF As 7 th Grade Students As 8 th Grade Students Reading 49 (66%) 57 (79%) Math 51 (69%) 55 (79%)

26 MIDDLE SCHOOL ADDITIONS

27 Expanded Opportunities WORLDLANGUAGE BEATY03552 EISENHOWER01618 SHEFFIELD01523 YOUNGSVILLE01538

28 Algebra I BEATY Alg. 1H 45 Alg. 1 EISENHOWER Alg. 1H 17 Alg. 1 SHEFFIELD Alg. 1H 17 Alg. 1 YOUNGSVILLE Alg. 1H 19 Alg. 1

29 Research - Beaty Grade 6 Grade 6 –Research Paper/Presentation – European Countries –Autobiography –Endangered Species –South American Countries –Current Events Grade 7 Grade 7 –Research Paper with Poster on Invasive Species Grade 8 Grade 8 –Poetry/Poets –“The Diary of Anne Frank” –Greeks/Romans –Middle Ages –Current Events –Teen Smoking –Dictators

30 Research - Eisenhower Grade 7 Grade 7 –Wetlands –Earth Day –The 1830’s Time Period (etiquette, fashion, ships, sailing and navigation, pirates, and social classes) in preparation of reading The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle and completing an oral presentation. Grade 8 Grade 8 –Presentation Skills –Guided Research (Holocaust)

31 Research - Sheffield Grade 6 Grade 6 –Steps of the Research Process –Walk-through of Research Topic (Dependent of Time of Year) –Introduction to Online Resources –Introduction to Library Resources Grade 7 Grade 7 –Virtual Field Trips/Museum Exhibits –Guided Research (Mission to the Moon) –Ancient History tied to Modern History Grade 8 Grade 8 –Virtual Field Trips/Museum Exhibits –Guided Research (Mission to the Moon) –PowerPoint Presentations – Subtopics of Hunting –Presentation Skills

32 Research - Youngsville Grade 6 Grade 6 –Research on Countries of the World –Bill of Rights and Amendment Process –Online Library Resources –Biomes Grade 7 Grade 7 –PowerPoint on the Elections –Wetlands and Broadcasting –Research on Countries of the World –Autobiographies Grade 8 Grade 8 –Stock Market Game –Emissions (Operation Montserrat) –Census 2010

33 Interdisciplinary Units Beaty 6 th Grade Beaty 6 th Grade –Relay for Life –Election Day –“Hoot” –Research –Goal Writing –Olympics Eisenhower 6 th Grade (RES&SGES) Eisenhower 6 th Grade (RES&SGES) –Writing Across the Curriculum –Research –Olympics

34 Interdisciplinary Units Sheffield 6 th Grade Sheffield 6 th Grade –“Hoot” – the novel –Longitude and Latitude –Middle Level Olympics –September 11 th Youngsville 6 th Grade Youngsville 6 th Grade Science Fair Science Fair Middle-Level Olympics Middle-Level Olympics Middle-Level Track Meet Middle-Level Track Meet 2010 Census 2010 Census Bill of Rights Activity Bill of Rights Activity Adopt an Anchor (Weekly) Adopt an Anchor (Weekly)

35 Interdisciplinary Units Beaty 7 th Grade Beaty 7 th Grade –Mock Convention for the Election –Water Day –Twenties Day w/ Thoroughly Modern Millie –Math Race/Reading Mystery Tour Eisenhower 7 th Grade Eisenhower 7 th Grade –Study of Wetlands –Celebration of Earth Day –Health Fair –Edgar A. Poe Day –Groundhog Day

36 Interdisciplinary Units Sheffield 7 th Grade Sheffield 7 th Grade –Snowflakes –National Pi Day –Middle Level Olympics –Vocabulary and Math Vocabulary/Skills Building Youngsville 7 th Grade Youngsville 7 th Grade –Watershed Activity –World Cultures Country Building Activity –Middle Level Olympics –Middle Level Track Meet –2010 Census –Adopt an Anchor (Weekly)

37 Interdisciplinary Units Beaty 8 th Grade Beaty 8 th Grade –Rocket Day –Gold Rush “Call of the Wild” –Plague Day –Greek Day –“The Outsiders” –Egyptian Day Eisenhower 8 th Grade Eisenhower 8 th Grade –Study of the Holocaust –Celebration of Earth Day –Health Fair

38 Interdisciplinary Units Sheffield 8 th Grade Sheffield 8 th Grade –The Greeks –Middle Level Olympics –Vocabulary and Math Vocabulary/Skills Building –Cognates Youngsville 8 th Grade Youngsville 8 th Grade –Unit on the Vikings –Middle Level Greek Olympics –Middle Level Track Meet –National Pi Day –2010 Census –Adopt an Anchor (Weekly)

39 Career Education and Work Standards Beaty Warren-Middle School Beaty Warren-Middle School –Career Lessons (Language Arts) –Discussion of Musical Careers (Chorus/Orchestra) –Career Exploration (All Exploratory Courses) –Career Day (All Core Subjects) –Career Surveys (All Core Subjects) –Career Interview (Language Arts)

40 Career Education and Work Standards Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School –Career Day (All 8 th Grade Core Subjects) –7 th and 8 th graders completed the following Researched three regional jobs Researched three regional jobs Completed formal applications Completed formal applications Created a resume Created a resume Interviewed three business owners Interviewed three business owners Researched three different types of career training Researched three different types of career training Gave a formal speech Gave a formal speech Created budgets Created budgets Completed Interest Inventories Completed Interest Inventories

41 Career Education and Work Standards Sheffield Middle/Senior High School Sheffield Middle/Senior High School –Career Inventory (All Core Classes) –Essay…What I Want to Be (Language Arts – 6 th ) –7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Study (Language Arts and Reading Comp.) –Introduction to School Guidance (Guidance) –Interest Inventory – PA Career Zone (All Cores) –Budgeting Your Life – PA Career Zone (All Cores) –Workplace Skill Vocabulary (Language Arts – 7 th and 8 th )

42 Career Education and Work Standards Youngsville Elementary/Middle School Youngsville Elementary/Middle School –PA Careers Site and Career Exploration (All Exploratory Courses) –Careers and Community Business Breakfast (All Exploratory Courses) –Hunter’s Safety Course (6 th Grade Exploratory) –Career Day (All 8 th Grade Core Subjects)

43 Schools to Watch Update Beaty-Warren Middle School Beaty-Warren Middle School –Selected Areas of Focus for –AYP/Building Beaty Character Celebration –Continuing Cross-Curricular Lessons –Creating Effective Advisory Lessons based on Convey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens –Student Recognition/Increased Communication with Parents Positive Postcards; Blazing Dragon Celebration; Honor/Merit Roll Cards Positive Postcards; Blazing Dragon Celebration; Honor/Merit Roll Cards –Met monthly during to select areas of focus; review progress; and make changes/additions –School Improvement Team met to brainstorm Schools to Watch Evidence List –Mrs. Decker had a conversation with Mr. Paul Meck from STW. –Received Deadlines for Schools To Watch Applications

44 Principal Reflections “This year was growth year for Beaty due to adding Advisory Time, trying to improve our Exploratory Class, and overall focusing on School Improvement. We addressed these issues through Team Leader Meetings, Common Planning Time, Faculty Meetings, and School Improvement/Schools to Watch Meetings.” - Mrs. Rhonda Decker (Principal – Beaty) “This year was growth year for Beaty due to adding Advisory Time, trying to improve our Exploratory Class, and overall focusing on School Improvement. We addressed these issues through Team Leader Meetings, Common Planning Time, Faculty Meetings, and School Improvement/Schools to Watch Meetings.” - Mrs. Rhonda Decker (Principal – Beaty)

45 Schools to Watch Update Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School Eisenhower Middle/Senior High School –Began implementing the middle school concept during the school year. –Added Exploratory to the master schedule for the first time. –Implemented Teaming for both regular education and special education teachers. –Met with School Improvement Team on a monthly basis. Analyzed District and School Goals. (Identified Strengths and Weaknesses.) –Completed Three surveys in relation to the Schools to Watch Evidence List. (Completed by Faculty; Parents; and Students) –Formulated committees to work on each criteria area. –Beginning the application process. –Met with Dr. Benson regarding application process.

46 Principal Reflections “ The middle level transition at Eisenhower has created a positive environment for the students. It has allowed teachers to reflect and collaborate on how they best meet the instructional, emotional, and social needs of each student. There has been a tremendous amount of cross-curricular instruction, personalization, team building and unification, social development taking place in a short time. There has been a great deal of focus on the development of the middle school student which has opened up many avenues for success now and in the future. We are continuing to address the longer period for instruction and incorporating all learning modalities. We are also focusing on meeting the needs of the non- traditional learner and how this schedule can increase learning opportunities for those students.” “ The middle level transition at Eisenhower has created a positive environment for the students. It has allowed teachers to reflect and collaborate on how they best meet the instructional, emotional, and social needs of each student. There has been a tremendous amount of cross-curricular instruction, personalization, team building and unification, social development taking place in a short time. There has been a great deal of focus on the development of the middle school student which has opened up many avenues for success now and in the future. We are continuing to address the longer period for instruction and incorporating all learning modalities. We are also focusing on meeting the needs of the non- traditional learner and how this schedule can increase learning opportunities for those students.”

47 Schools to Watch Update Sheffield Middle/Senior High School Sheffield Middle/Senior High School –Began implementing the middle school concept during the school year. –Learned skills to improve on teaming (EX: Book Study on “This We Believe.”) –Identified Strengths/Weaknesses of the School –Worked on Improving Advisory –Set Goals for the School Year

48 Principal Reflections “The first portion of the year was challenging, however, the second semester was a huge improvement. The teachers dove into a book study utilizing the book This We Believe. The issues that arose from conversations helped shape the Middle Level In-Service in February and helped guide our second semester. More improvements will be implemented next school year including – more interdisciplinary units, adult advocates for each child, revised Advisory, and Middle School Team Leaders.” - Mrs. Amy Beers (Principal – Sheffield) “The first portion of the year was challenging, however, the second semester was a huge improvement. The teachers dove into a book study utilizing the book This We Believe. The issues that arose from conversations helped shape the Middle Level In-Service in February and helped guide our second semester. More improvements will be implemented next school year including – more interdisciplinary units, adult advocates for each child, revised Advisory, and Middle School Team Leaders.” - Mrs. Amy Beers (Principal – Sheffield)

49 Schools to Watch Update Youngsville Elementary/Middle School Youngsville Elementary/Middle School –Began implementing the middle school concept during the school year. –Added Exploratory to the master schedule for the first time. –Implemented Teaming for both regular education and special education teachers. –Met with School Improvement Team on a monthly basis. Analyzed District and School Goals. (Identified Strengths and Weaknesses.) –Completed THREE surveys in relation to the Schools to Watch Evidence List. (Completed by Faculty; Parents; and Students) –Will continue to improve on areas of weakness and continue to monitor and build on areas of strength. –Plan to apply to become a “Schools to Watch” in 2010.

50 Principal Reflections “Though this was the first year for the middle level concept to be implemented into Youngsville Elementary/Middle School, I believe the transition went as smooth as possible. The administration, faculty, and students felt prepared for the change! Much planning and researching was put into the middle level concept. Thankfully, each stakeholder welcomed the change and the results were positive. We look forward to improving the middle level concept and applying to become a “Schools to Watch” School. Eric Mineweaser (Principal – Youngsville) “Though this was the first year for the middle level concept to be implemented into Youngsville Elementary/Middle School, I believe the transition went as smooth as possible. The administration, faculty, and students felt prepared for the change! Much planning and researching was put into the middle level concept. Thankfully, each stakeholder welcomed the change and the results were positive. We look forward to improving the middle level concept and applying to become a “Schools to Watch” School. Eric Mineweaser (Principal – Youngsville)

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