Presentation on theme: "Integrating SPP Indicators into EPSS Plans"— Presentation transcript:
1Integrating SPP Indicators into EPSS Plans Theresa Griffin-Golden, Director of Secondary Special EducationandBJ Hartford, Director of Elementary Special EducationRio Rancho Public SchoolsSummer Transition Institute June 9-11, 2008
2What are SPP Indicators? 20 specific data targets that the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) has mandated that each state must assess and report in its Annual Performance Report (APR).The indicators represent key areas in which schools need to improve in order to increase student’s short-term and long-term achievements and outcomes. (Think of this as an IEP for the State.)
3What is EPSS?The Educational Plan for Student Success is a long range strategic plan to promote student success and continuous school improvement.EPSS is a written guide for the district and schools.It gives a clear picture of where the district is today, set targets or milestones for the future and documents progress toward district/school goals.
4SPP Indicators Indicator #1 - Graduation Rates Indicator #2 - Drop Out RatesIndicator #13 - HS Transition Post Secondary and IEP GoalsIndicator #14 - Post School Outcomes
5SPP Indicator #1 – Graduation Rates State Target = 70%District Actual = 53.95%State Target Met = NOSpecial Services personnel work with School Sites on including SPP Indicator #1 in School Site EPSS Plans.EPSS-SPP Indicator 1 - Graduation Rate RRPS.doc
6SPP Indicator #13 – Post Secondary Measurable Goals and Transition Services State Target = 100%District Actual = 87%State Target Met = NOSpecial Services personnel work with School Sites on including SPP Indicator #13 in School Site EPSS Plans.EPSS-SPP Indicator 13 - Measurable Post-Secondary Outcomes RRPS.doc
7SPP Indicator #2 – Drop Out Suggestions State Target = .68%RRPS District Rate = .53%, Target MetGED Waiver must be signed by SuperintendentOffer Alternative/Non-Traditional Education opportunities:Independence High SchoolRio Rancho Cyber AcademyCrossroads for GE and SE (credit recovery, up to 2 courses during one semester) 2 teachers present, instructional seat time. Math, English, World History, Science Elective.
8SPP Indicator #2 – Drop Out Suggestions - Continued Offer Alternative/Non-Traditional Education opportunities:Summer School (credit recovery)Night school (credit recovery or to move ahead)Community Resources YDI/DRC (Youth Development, Inc and Day Reporting Center) for short and long term suspended students, RRPS provides 3 teachers for YDI/DRC.Applied Career Tech Center ( ): opportunities for career tech educational classes.
9SPP Indicator #14 – Post School Outcomes Suggestions RRPS District Rate = 98%, Target MetEOY Information gathered by Transition Specialists (TS):Get 2 contacts, not 1, of someone who will always know where the student can be foundHave students sign up at or (signing up is free)Ask student who is their best friendTS - relationship building with student, still here to help1 year out, TS will ask found students if they still keep up with any friends.
10Any questions???Theresa Griffin-Golden, Director of Secondary Special Education – RRPSBJ Hartford, Director of Elementary Special Education – RRPS