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1 Continuous Improvement Plan The will to win is meaningless without the will to prepare. ~ Joe Gibbs

2 Who Uses the New CIP? New Schools in Improvement, New Schools Planning for Schoolwide Status in 2008, New Schools as Targeted Assistance, and any School already in Improvement (may choose) New Schools in Improvement, New Schools Planning for Schoolwide Status in 2008, New Schools as Targeted Assistance, and any School already in Improvement (may choose) Any New or Existing SI Schools, Any New Schoolwide, Any New Targeted Assistance Any New or Existing SI Schools, Any New Schoolwide, Any New Targeted Assistance ALL SCHOOLS Will Use ALL SCHOOLS Will Use

3 Writing Functional CIPs Pull together a team of winners – include parents Pull together a team of winners – include parents Gather and organize all data sources Gather and organize all data sources Analyze data – look for gaps in student achievement Analyze data – look for gaps in student achievement Use data to write SMART school improvement goals Use data to write SMART school improvement goals Use research-based strategies/actions to improve student achievement Use research-based strategies/actions to improve student achievement Include benchmarks, interventions, and resources Include benchmarks, interventions, and resources IMPLEMENT IMPLEMENT Review periodically and revise as needed Review periodically and revise as needed

4 Sections of the CIP Introduction Introduction School Status Report School Status Report Part I – Summary of Data Part I – Summary of Data Part II – Goal to Address Academic Needs Part II – Goal to Address Academic Needs Part III – Goal to Address English Language Proficiency Needs Part III – Goal to Address English Language Proficiency Needs Part IV – Strategies to Address School Safety… Part IV – Strategies to Address School Safety… Part V – Additional Components Part V – Additional Components Part VI – Additional Components Part VI – Additional Components Part VII – Professional Learning Needs Part VII – Professional Learning Needs Part VIII – Coordination of Resources Part VIII – Coordination of Resources Part IX – Review/Support Documentation Part IX – Review/Support Documentation

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6 Communicating the Plan Who …are the stakeholders…who needs to Who …are the stakeholders…who needs toknow? How …do we communicate to each stakeholder? Faculty meetings, PTA, PTO, assemblies, Open House, newsletter, media… How …do we communicate to each stakeholder? Faculty meetings, PTA, PTO, assemblies, Open House, newsletter, media… When …before the final draft is completed (input) and again after final approval of plan When …before the final draft is completed (input) and again after final approval of plan

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8 Brief Description of Planning Process In May 2008, the BLT will review the CIP and assess the degree to which implementation was complete and successful. In August 2008, the BLT will convene to disaggregate all data. Results will be shared with faculty, staff, and parents and input will be gathered. The BLT will draft the CIP and present it to stakeholders for modification. The finalized CIP will be sent to the district for approval. In May 2008, the BLT will review the CIP and assess the degree to which implementation was complete and successful. In August 2008, the BLT will convene to disaggregate all data. Results will be shared with faculty, staff, and parents and input will be gathered. The BLT will draft the CIP and present it to stakeholders for modification. The finalized CIP will be sent to the district for approval.

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11 SMART Goals S – Specific (target a Specific gap) S – Specific (target a Specific gap) M – Measurable (be specific to the degree of improvement and have Measurable outcomes) M – Measurable (be specific to the degree of improvement and have Measurable outcomes) A – Attainable (be Attainable and realistic) A – Attainable (be Attainable and realistic) R – Related (be Related to student achievement) R – Related (be Related to student achievement) T – Time bound (set Time limits) T – Time bound (set Time limits)

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21 It Does Matter! Hope is rooted in the confidence that the direction one is taking makes sense, even if the obstacles seem insurmountable. ~Michael Fallon


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