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BOY Goal Seting 2013-2014 School Year

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Transcript of BOY Goal Seting 2013-2014 School Year

Palmer Way Elementary School...
Pathway to SUCCESS!

Safe and Healthy Environments
INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES THAT ARE CONSISTENT WITH CONTENT STANDARDS AND STRATEGIC PLAN
INTERVENTIONS
Collaboration
Palmer Way...Panthers on the Move!


Recommendation: Continue targeted student support that promotes collaboration, data analysis and ongoing reflection.

Team members
SDT = grade level representatives, RSP, RLAS, counselor, speech therapist. Meets quarterly.
IDT = Grade level teams + support staff

Meetings include RtI, PD and Teacher planning (3 hours)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Annual Plan created on 9/10/13
Year 2 Components:
Implement agreed upon elements
Systematic ELD Curriculum
The Cumulative Effect of Instruction
Academic Focus
School Wide Structures
EOY Data Review
2013 CST Data
School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Support
Data Teams


a. Classroom daily schedule visible with ELD Language Objectives highlighted

b. Differentiated Instruction , Student Engagement and Academic Vocabulary Development

c. Writing: Common Core, argument/opinion/ judgment

d. Rigor: Independent work, Project/Problem Based Learning

e. English Language Development: Chaining, Targeted Language Lessons, Instructional Rounds

School Wide Priorities
Students are at the heart of our decisions
The Palmer Way community works colaboratyively to identify and develop school wide priorities.

These are our overarching guiding principals.

We focus on four essential areas
Academics
The Cumulative Effect of Instruction
The Whole Child
The Use of Technology


a. Review and implement RtI process (RtI strategy flipbook)

b. Regular SDT and IDT meetings focusing on instructional strategies

c. Model specific instructional strategies during IDT (Defined STEM/PBL, Instructional Rounds and 21st Century Skills)

d. Define Tier 2 support/Impacts role in planning

e. Devote financial resources for impact support

The Whole Child


a. School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (SWPBIS) with focus on social skills K-3

b. Teacher led art (continuation of CoTA lessons)

c. Infuse science, social studies, and P.E. in everyday instruction

d. Student Wellness Nutrition and Physical Activity Policy with equipment and training

The Use of Technology

a. Time for professional development

b. Ensure hardware is available for all required technology, i.e. headphones, keyboards, etc.

c. Exploration of multimedia/software use for Common Core

d. Student instruction on keyboarding skills

e. Defined STEM /Project Based Learning (3rd – 6th)

Emphasize 21st Century Skills
Peer Collaboration
PBL
Text Based Discussions
Higher Order Questions/Thinking
Providing feedback
Systematic ELD
Foundations
Curriculum
Lesson Components
Oral Language Practice
CC ELD Standards
IDT/PLC
Academic Vocabulary
Life and Career Skills
Media and Tech
Text Dependent
Questions
CC Standards
Computer skills
Relevance
Rigor
DOK
4-Quadrant
Professional Development
Site/Data Teams
Leadership Team
PTO
CAP
Tech Committee
ELD Task Force
GATE Steeting Committee
RtI
SSC
Year 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th



ALL His All His All His All His All His
2009 56 40 47 39 63 56 52 42 59 56
2010 53 44 54 40 55 45 45 35 45 31
2011 51 44 56 47 57 44 55 41 50 38
2012 41 28 56 44 74 67 59 47 70 58
2013 40 19 56 56 75 72 60 33 64 55
-1 -9 0
+12
+1 +5 +1 -14 -6 +3

CST ELA
A/P
Year 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

ALL His All His All His All His All His
2009 53 35 87 84 66 66 39 28 49 37
2010 48 35 83 78 61 53 47 40 35 23
2011 60 52 75 72 58 50 64 54 60 51
2012 50 40 85 79 68 61 79 68 80 72
2013 50 26 74 62 86 83 64 66 70 61
0 -14 -11-17
+18 +22

+15 -2 -10 -11

CST Math
A/P
Science CST
A/P
Year All Hispanic
2009 45 38
2010 36 28
2011 54 45
2012 66 55
2013 60 66
-6
+11

Writing A/P

2011 47
2012 82
2013 79

Q1 AR Results
2013 -2014 PLANS
ELD
DATA TEAMS
SOFTWARE USAGE
PD PLAN
SCHOOLWIDE STRUCTURES
RtI
SWPBIS
INTERVENTIONS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Be Respecful!
Be Responsible
Be Safe!
Support staff attended a "booster" PBIS training at the end of 2012-2013.

2013-2014
Continue parent training (3 per yr)
School counselor led classroom lessons
Provide teacher training (quarterly)
Create a teacher resource folder
Continue quarterly assemblies
Continue school wide incentives
Response to Intervention
The heart of our Response-to-Intervention (RTI) model lies in the use of tiered instructional processes.

Although the universal screening and progress monitoring assessment are essential elements of implementation,
it is the instruction that occurs as a function of the outcomes of our assessments that truly drives the changes we hope to see
in students who are identified as being at some level of risk for not meeting academic expectations.

Tiered instruction represents a model in which the instruction delivered to students varies on several dimensions that are related to the nature and severity of the student's difficulties.

RtI
Interventions
Data Analysis
AYP
ELA
Math
ELA
Math
SDT Summer Meeting
Impact Support:
Based upon student need.
Supporting deficit areas from last year
Includes ELD
Includes combination classes
Includes T2 students
Interventions match student deficit areas
Common Core
Rigor
DOK
Text Dependency
Defined STEM
Systematic ELD
Software Usage Plan
Basic and below = SME
K-1 = ILE
2nd - 6th ELL (P1, P2, NC, Bil) = ILE
PBL
Impacts
"It's not about the standards- It's about improving teaching and learning for each and every child."
Achievethecore.org
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