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EDLD 5326 Week 4 Partnership Project

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Angela Davis

on 25 March 2013

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Transcript of EDLD 5326 Week 4 Partnership Project

Angela M. Davis
EDLD 5326 School Community Relations Family-School-Community Partnership Project C.O.R.E.
Community Outreach Resilience Endeavor
Working Together for a Better Tomorrow! Behavior Affecting Student Achievement

From January 7 until March 8 there were 17 students suspended.

Behaviors included stealing, exhibiting inappropriate behavior, fighting, disruptive behavior, and assaulting a teacher.

Twenty three percent of students suspended were classified as special education.

Data-Evidenced Student Need Improved behavior at home and at school

Higher grades scores on STARR

Better attendance

Better social skills and adaptation to school

Higher quality of education

Safe, disciplined learning environment

A safe, healthy, orderly environment for all

Develop positive character attributes with emphasis on self-discipline, violence prevention and the treatment of others with courtesy, dignity, and respect Benefits for Student Achievement Conflict Resolution - Training for all grade levels. Training will take place to use conflict resolution strategies when faced with a difficult situation.
Shoulder to Shoulder - Parent volunteers become another set of eyes to monitor behavior while at the same time build positive relationships with students.
Peer Tutoring/mentoring - Secondary students will become mentors and/or tutors for elementary students and build positive relationships that support academics and social development.
Positive Attitudes - Partners in Prevention will work with small groups of students and teach these students strategies for dealing with peers in a positive manner.
Forever Friends - Partner in Prevention will build long lasting relationships between students and community members. Mentors meet with students and work on improving self-esteem and helping students make a plan for their future.
Get Real about Violence - Counselors will teach students how to handle difficult situations. Counselors provide for all students a five week program using lessons, videos, skills posters, and role-play cards.
Proposed Activities/Strategies What I Want From My Audience Proposed Process for Planning and Implementation The audience is an important aspect to making the partnership successful and I will need yo support during the planning and implementation of this partnership. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions and give additional suggestions. During the presentation, I want the audience to actively listen, understand and have positive feelings about the plan for increasing student achievement. As the presentation evolves I want the audience to have changed their attitude about the unlimited possibilities of a partnership that will improve student learning and behavior. The audience will have learned new knowledge about family-school-community partnerships and as well as developed their understanding about the benefits of this partnership. Most importantly, I want the audience to be excited, motivated and prepared to take action for improving the lives of children in the community. .1. .Meet with SBDM team and present the plans and supporting data.
2.Determine if the plans meet the goals and objectives of the Campus Improvement Plan.
3.Assess the needs of students and research available family community partnerships available to fill the needs.
4.Work with groups of stakeholders and review the potential contributions of community partners.
5.Meet with the district and campus administrators to discuss their expectations for the partnership and to clarify how they will encourage teachers to support the work of the partnership team.
6.Develop and distribute a brochure outlining the partnership proposal.
7.Make appointment for face-to-face meetings with partners to review establish goals and collaborate about partnership activities.
8.Conduct a parent/teacher meeting in conjunction with the P.T.A. to conduct training sessions for all partnership participants.
9.Conduct training to enable parent leaders to develop skills to serve as representatives of other families.
10.Conduct parent-to-parent group meetings on student behavior, age-appropriated discipline, and related topics.
11.Inform all families and students about community programs and services available through the partnership.
12.Construct two-way communication plans for participants.
13.Establish a committee of parents, teachers, and community member that will use data to determine students who will benefit from the various partnerships available.
14.Develop a timeline for programs to begin using the master schedule to determine classroom schedule for implementation times.
15.Introduce students and classrooms to participants.
16.Conduct regular evaluations and monitoring using data and analysis to determine accomplishments, strengths, and weaknesses of the partnership.
17.Involve parents in decisions that directly affect their children and the welfare of all students.
18.Recruit and train mentors from the community to support students through programs.
19.Conduct activities with all stakeholders to celebrate progress, share problems, and continue planning.
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