Presentation on theme: "Hahaione Elementary School SCC Community Meeting, #1 Thank you for coming. 595 Pepeekeo St. Honolulu, HI 96825 Ms. Cindy Giorgis, Principal 397-5822."— Presentation transcript:
Hahaione Elementary School SCC Community Meeting, #1 Thank you for coming. 595 Pepeekeo St. Honolulu, HI 96825 Ms. Cindy Giorgis, Principal 397-5822
Purpose: To understand the Mrs. Hamamotos vision per the 2008-11 State Strategic Plan To present Hahaiones data: 2007-08 & longitudinal SCC Community Meeting #1
To solicit community input, discuss possible directions for 2008-09 and beyond To make connections between visions and data
1 Vision: All public school graduates will: realize their goals and aspirations, have attitudes, knowledge and skills to contribute positively to and compete in a global society, exercise rights and responsibilities of citizenship, pursue post-secondary education or careers without need for remediation. 2008-11 State Strategic Plan 3 Student Priorities: Achievement/Literacy, Civic Responsibility, Safety and Well Being 6 General Learner Outcomes: Be responsible for their own learning Work well with others Engage in complex thinking and problem solving Recognize quality performance Produce quality products Communicate effectively and use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically
Kaiser Complex…World C.L.A.S.S. Vision for All C ommitment, L eadership, A chievement, S tewardship, S ervice
Hahaione… where helping hands join on a journey of wonder and discovery. Hahaiones Vision: where helping hands join… Our school community of children, parents, teachers and support staff are all on-going learners as we continuously refine our standards-based curriculum to meet the strengths and needs of all our children. We work together to accomplish this.
on a journey of wonder and discovery. What is wonder and discovery? What leads to wonder and discovery? Might it be…(list)?
Would these principles lead to… wonder and discovery? InquirersOpen-minded KnowledgeableCaring ThinkersRisk-takers Communicators Balanced PrincipledReflective
These are the principles known as the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile
Who We Are Our student body of 431 is comprised of: 9.3% Special Needs students 7.9% English Language Learners 10.9% at risk students 96% (+26/27) of our teachers are licensed (82% taught at our school for over five years).
1.Academic Achievement 2.Comprehensive Student Support 3.Continuous Improvement of Performance and Quality Hahaiones Goals
What Our Data Tells Us Goal 1: Academic Achievement NCLB Adequate Yearly Progress Met Grades 3-5 HSA AYP data (07-08) 81% (81%) are proficient in reading 74% (72%) are proficient in math (multiple choice/constructed response)
Hahaione AYP scores for NCLB Reading (06-08 HCPS III)
Hahaione AYP scores for NCLB Math (06-08 HCPS III)
07-08 Grade 4 HSA Writing (based on Gr. 3 Standards)
07-08 Grade 5 HSA Science (based on Gr. 4 Standards) 70%
Grades 1-2 2007-08 SAT9 data 68% are proficient in reading 65% are proficient in math (multiple choice, norm-referenced)
What Our Data Tells Us Goal 2: Comprehensive Student Support Daily attendance is 96.3%, SY06-07 (95% DOE standard). Discipline referrals for physically aggressive behavior dropped from 56%in Q1 to 38% in Q4 (07-08). 2007-08 School Safety Inspection score was +17/17.
Student Opportunities for leadership and civic responsibility- –Student Council, Yearbook Club, Library Club, class projects, JPO, Peer Mediators, Kids Voting, GLOs,and the 3 Rs
What Our Data Tells Us Goal 3: Continuous Improvement of Performance and Quality When we keep our focus narrow, teacher C,I,A improves, thus student achievement improves. Teachers need to expand the use of differentiation strategies in order to meet the strengths and needs of all students. Teachers are using assessment data to drive curricular and instructional decisions.
Specialized instructional programs are making a difference. We need to adjust our curricular pacing in order to prepare students for spring assessments.
How will the Academic and Financial Plan and the schools resources be used for academic achievement? The bulk of our expenditures will be in personnel needed to implement our school programs (07-08, 96% of money spent on personnel, 70% on teachers).
How will the Academic and Financial Plan and the schools resources be used for academic achievement? We will budget for the personnel and supplies needed to maintain a safe, neat and nurturing school that meets the strengths and needs of all students.
How will the Academic and Financial Plan and the schools resources be used for academic achievement? Funds to be expended on professional development, new programs?
Given our scores and data trends… Might our students be ready to go beyond the standards to a richer and more worldly curriculum that continues to engage them in higher level and broader perspective thinking?
What is wonder and discovery? What leads to wonder and discovery?
IBO Mission Statement The International Baccalaureate Organization aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
To this end the IBO works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessments.
These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.
Next steps: Take ideas presented tonight to the faculty and staff for their consideration Wait for 2008-09 budget memo Draft an Academic and Financial Plan with Faculty and Staff
Present to community on 11/18/08 via the School Community Council (SCC) Revise draft AFP and SCC submit to Complex Area Superintendent by 12/18/08.
We need your help… We encourage active partnerships with our parents in order to fulfill our goals. Comments or questions are welcomed.