Presentation on theme: "Office of Student and School Success Travis Campbell, Director Paul Wieneke, Indistar Program Specialist OSPI Title I Division Nate Marciochi, Program."— Presentation transcript:
Office of Student and School Success Travis Campbell, Director Paul Wieneke, Indistar Program Specialist OSPI Title I Division Nate Marciochi, Program Supervisor Larry Fazzari, Program Supervisor District-level Indistar Plan ESEA-AYP Integration December 11, 2014 Webinar District-level Indistar Plan ESEA-AYP Integration December 11, 2014 Webinar
GOALS-PARTICIPANTS WILL: Have a clear understanding of: Purpose of the plan integration and who it impacts Connection to the required OSSS District-Level Action Plan for Identified Priority and Focus Schools Required Integration of OSSS Action Plan and Title I District Level ESEA-A.Y.P. Components Timeline and requirements OSPI Services and Supports through OSSS and Title I
PURPOSE OF THE PLAN INTEGRATION AND WHO IT IMPACTS On July 11, 2014 OSPI Bulletin Number 038- 14 specified changes in AYP policies and consequences of not making AYP for Schools and Districts. This was triggered by WA State’s loss of the ESEA Flexibility Waiver.
PURPOSE OF THE PLAN INTEGRATION AND WHO IT IMPACTS 83 Title I Districts in Step 2 of ESEA-AYP with OSSS Priority and Focus Schools Four Title I Districts in Step 1 of ESEA-AYP with OSSS Priority and Focus Schools
CONNECTION TO THE REQUIRED OSSS DISTRICT-LEVEL ACTION PLAN FOR IDENTIFIED PRIORITY AND FOCUS SCHOOLS The requirements for ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plans are closely aligned with O.S.S.S. District-Level Action Plans in Indistar®. To reduce duplication and fully align the two plans, leaders in OSSS and Title I Division collaborated to integrate the process in Indistar®. The following slide illustrates how specific OSSS Indicators align to meet ESEA-AYP requirements.
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT PLAN ESEA- AYP GUIDANCE 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR This document was included as an attachment to the December 5 th memo.
OSSS Indicators that align to meet ESEA-AYP requirements P2-C P3-A P4-A&B P7-A&B CONNECTION TO THE REQUIRED OSSS DISTRICT-LEVEL ACTION PLAN FOR IDENTIFIED PRIORITY AND FOCUS SCHOOLS
CURRENT LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT (CLD) TOOL The CLD is located in Indistar® under Doc’s and Links
CURRENT LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT (CLD) EXPECTED INDICATORS– DISTRICT LEVEL
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STEP 1 AND STEP 2 ESEA-AYP EVIDENCE Integrated Action Plan – By May 30, 2015 Align your ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plan in Indistar® OSSS Indicators that align to meet ESEA-AYP requirements as outlined in the ESEA-AYP Guidance. P2-C P3-A P4-A&B P7-A&B
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STEP 2 ESEA- AYP EVIDENCE Districts in Step 2 of Improvement: In addition to Step 1 requirements, districts in Step 2 must take at least one of the following corrective actions consistent with state law. Institute and fully implement a new curriculum based on state and local content and academic achievement standards that includes scientifically research-based professional development for all relevant staff. Replace LEA personnel who are relevant to the inability of the LEA to make adequate progress.
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STEP 2 ESEA- AYP EVIDENCE Districts will use the “ESEA-AYP Step 2 District Improvement Plan Checklist” on the main District dashboard under the “Complete forms” tab to designate the component chosen by the team.
DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT STEP 2 ESEA- AYP EVIDENCE When finished, teams will submit the form under “Submit Forms/Reports” tab. This can be done either prior to or after the district uploads evidence.
TIMELINE AND REQUIREMENTS By February 28, 2014 Districts will: Upload the current ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plan in Indistar®. O.S.S.S. created a folder in Indistar® titled “ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plan 2.28.15” to use when uploading plans. Districts in Step 2 of AYP must take one corrective action consistent with state law; see the attached document that lists the corrective action and where to input in Indistar® (see highlighted). From December 5, 2014 Memo from Asst. Supt. Gayle Pauley, Federal Programs, and Asst. Supt. Andrew Kelly, OSSS
HOW TO UPLOAD EVIDENCE 1. Click the Document Upload icon
HOW TO UPLOAD EVIDENCE 2. A list of folders will appear. To upload evidence, click the “Upload a New File” button at the top of the page. 3. Click the “Browse” button to search your computer for the file you wish to upload. -For the “Title”, name the evidence you’re uploading the indicator code along with the word “evidence”.
OSPI SERVICES AND SUPPORTS THROUGH OSSS AND TITLE I Forthcoming: Guidance for District Leadership Teams
Gayle Pauley, Assistant Superintendent, Special Programs and Federal Accountability firstname.lastname@example.org@k12.wa.usPH: (360) 725-6189 Title I Division of O.S.P.I. Schoolwide Plan Content: Larry Fazzari, Title I/LAP/Targeted Assistance Program Supervisor email@example.com@k12.wa.us PH: (360) 725-6189 Nate Marciochi, Title I Program Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com PH: (360) 725-6172 SUPPORTS AND RESOURCES
STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS CONTACT INFORMATION Indistar Technical Assistance: Paul Wieneke, Indistar Program Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org PH: 360-725-6319 Andy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent, Student and School Success email@example.com PH: 360-725-6424 Travis Campbell, Director, K-12 Student and School Success firstname.lastname@example.org PH: email@example.com@k12.wa.us OSSS website: www.k12.wa.us/StudentAndSchoolSuccess Indistar website and resources: Indistar@indistar.orgwww.k12.wa.us/StudentAndSchoolSuccessIndistar@indistar.org http://www.k12.wa.us/StudentAndSchoolSuccess/ActionPlanningMaterial s.aspx