Presentation on theme: "PTO Parent Highlight Winter 2012. Buncombe County Schools Initiatives Integration of Technology Articulation across grade levels/content areas Collaborative."— Presentation transcript:
PTO Parent Highlight Winter 2012
Buncombe County Schools Initiatives Integration of Technology Articulation across grade levels/content areas Collaborative planning Global Education Initiative Teacher Evaluation Instrument Accountability and Curriculum Reform Effort (ACRE) Engaging Relative Instruction for Students Student Attendance Student Intervention PBIS Critical thinking, reasoning, inquiry and problem solving 21st Century Teaching and Learning Standards BCS Balanced Literacy Thinking Maps Writing across the Curriculum –DAILY Focus on all subjectsespecially Science and Social Studies Utilize DPI NCSCS and all resources Personalized Education Plans Intervention Hands-on Learning Opportunities Data Analysis Media center: Hub for Technology Project Lead The Way
Leaving The Station
Agenda Split snow schedule Common Core Positive Behavior Global Education Ident-A-Kid Next years new look CCMS Website
A/B Snow Schedule Designed to allow Reynolds or Roberson districts to be open if the other is closed and to keep from having to close the entire system per the More than 2 rule. 756 students at CCMS
AC Reynolds – 406 student Cane Creek Rd. east of Cross Creek Farm Rd. Concord Rd. (from Cane Creek to Twin Lakes Dr.) Bob Barnwell Rd. (from Emmas Grove to Address #325) Emmas Grove Rd. Webb Creek Rd. 74A south of Old Charlotte Hwy. Old Fort Rd. Garren Creek Rd. Flat Creek Rd.
TC Roberson – 350 students Cane Creek Rd. west of/including White Pine Concord Rd. (from Mills Gap to Claru Ridge) Bob Barnwell Rd. (from Merrill Cove to Address #325) Mills Gap Rd. Merrill Cove Rd. Pinners Cove Rd. Royal Pines Christ School Rd. Lower Christ School Rd. Baldwin Rd.
Common Core & Essential Standards Common Core State Standards (Adopted by 48 states and DC) *English Language Arts *Mathematics NC Essential Standards Science Social Studies World Languages Arts Education Healthful Living Career & Tech Ed Exceptional Children English as Second Language English Language Development Information & Technology Common CoreCommon Core and NC Essential StandardsandNC Essential Standards
The North Carolina Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Initiative is part of the North Carolina State Improvement Program funded through IDEA.
PBIS is an effective and proactive process for improving social competence and academic achievement for all students.
PBIS vs. Traditional Student Support PBIS Brings all aspects of students support together Academic and behavior support through a tiered intervention model. Focuses on teaching, reinforcing and modeling consistent expectations Incorporates rewards as well as consequences Flexible to meet the needs of individual students or groups Data Driven Traditional Student support is loosely related between academic and behavioral needs Focuses on consistent consequences for undesired behaviors Rewards are not necessarily a focus
Global Education Education that opens peoples eyes and minds to the realities of the globalized world and awakens them to bring about a world of greater justice, equity and Human Rights for all. NC was selected as the first state in the nation to launch the Global Schools Network.
Ident-A-Kid Visitor identification stickers Will have photo taken at entrance and printed on badge. Technology for safe/secure environment
Next Years New Look Enrollment Class Sizes UA offerings Incoming 7 th graders (Koontz) Technology
Questions/Comments Q. AIG parents are concerned with teachers being able to provide AIG students advanced content and a faster pace while being in a heterogeneous grouping. A. 1) The administrative team will follow BCS scheduling plan for AIG: 1) a minimum of 8 AIG students in math/reading classes; 2) up to 60% of the class is AIG; 3) those students clustered w/ other high achieving students. Q. Koontz parent concerns about the transition for 6th graders coming from Koontz into 7th grade at CCMS. A. 1)In the spring of this school year, CCMS administration and the 7th grade counselor will visit Koontz and these students. 2) These students will be provided a tour and a parent/student orientation. 3) We are in the planning stages of a 6th grade social for our current 6 th graders and Koontz 6th graders that are entering CCMS for 7th grade. 4) Meet Your Teacher day is scheduled before the first day of school that will allow these students the opportunity to learn their schedule, locker combination, and supply needs.