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2012-2013 OAKLEY ES’ STATE OF THE SCHOOL REPORT. Principal Vonnie Thompson – Principal Assistant Principal Sharlene Hendley – Assistant Principal. " Educating Children for the World ". Oakley. Elementary School. Title I/Curriculum Night August 21 & 28, 2012 Agenda 6 pm.

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2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

2012-2013 OAKLEY ES’ STATE OF THE SCHOOL REPORT

Principal Vonnie Thompson – Principal

Assistant Principal Sharlene Hendley – Assistant Principal

" Educating Children for the World "

Oakley

Elementary School


Title i curriculum night august 21 28 2012 agenda 6 pm

Title I/Curriculum Night August 21 & 28, 2012Agenda6 pm

  • Welcome/Introduction of Staff (Ms. Thompson)

  • Title I- who, what, why, how (Mrs. Hollinshead)

  • PTA (Mrs. Gardner)

  • State of the School Address (Ms. Thompson, Mrs. Hendley)

  • Curriculum Presentations (grade level teachers)


Title i info to know

Title I Info to Know

The goal of Title I is to provide instructional services and activities which support students in meeting the state’s challenging performance standards.


Parent liaison

Parent Liaison

  • Coordinates programs and activities to build capacity for parental involvement in compliance with Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

  • Advertise all Title I Parent Involvement activities through a variety media to include, newsletters, flyers, emails, school messenger and written correspondence.

  • Organize and manage the Parent Resource Center


What is a school compact

What is a School Compact

  • It is a written agreement between the teachers, parents and students

  • The compact serves as a clear reminder of everybody’s responsibility in helping children reach high academic standards

  • Every school receiving Title I funds must develop a compact

  • Every parent, teacher and student must sign a school compact

  • Compacts should be signed by EACH child that attends Oakley


Parent resource center

Parent Resource Center

  • Parental Involvement and Title I information

  • Lending Library for parents

  • Student Related information*

  • PTA information

  • Health Information

  • Job information

  • Training information

    The resource center located in Room 122 is open and available during school hours. In the evening by appointment


Parent resource center1

Parent Resource Center

  • Parental Involvement and Title I information

  • Lending Library for parents

  • Student Related information*

  • PTA information

  • Health Information

  • Job information

  • Training information

    The resource center located in Room 122 is open and available during school hours. In the evening by appointment


What is the home access center

What is the Home Access Center

  • Website available to parents (and at site discretion, students) that is a real-time look at student data

  • The data is housed on a secure server and only users with authorized access may enter the website

  • To pick up your login and password you must show a photo id at any site where you have a child enrolled in Fulton County Schools.

  • Parents with multiple students in our system may request that their accounts be combined so all children are connected to a single login. Please allow 48 hours for the students to be connected


Home access center

Home Access Center

  • To access the website, go to Fulton County Schools website, www.fultonschools.org

    • Click on the Parents icon

    • Click on the Home Access Center login icon

    • Follow the instructions on the next screen

    • Enter your login and password when prompted


Volunteer safety information form

Volunteer Safety Information Form

On July 1, 2012, Georgia law changed to include school volunteers to the group of people who are required to report any case of suspected child abuse or neglect.  With these changes, school districts can better protect children and ensure their safety and wellbeing. Like teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, social workers, and other school employees, school volunteers – because they frequently come in contact with children during their volunteer duties – are now considered “mandated reporters.” A mandated reporter is someone who must notify the Fulton County Department of Family Children Services (DFACS) within 24 hours if they suspect a child is being abused or neglected.


Parent liaison contact information

Parent Liaison contact information

Mrs. Hollinshead, 770-774-4050 ext. 135

Or

[email protected]


Vision educating children for the world

VISION:“Educating Children for the World”

"Home of the Tigers"


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

MISSION STATEMENT:At Oakley Elementary School our mission is to collaborate with family and community to:

"Home of the Tigers"


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

*Develop students into critical thinkers who are technologically advanced and able to compete in a global society.

"Home of the Tigers"


Cultivate lifelong learners by utilizing relevant real world experiences

*Cultivate lifelong learners by utilizing relevant real world experiences.

"Home of the Tigers"


Promote student wellness in a nurturing environment

*Promote student wellness in a nurturing environment.

"Home of the Tigers"


Demographics

Demographics

  • Enrollment – 724

  • School Programs:

    • Title I (federal funds)

    • Free Breakfast Program

    • EIP (State Funds)

    • Striving Readers Grant

    • Character Education/Anti-Bullying

    • G.R.E.A.T (5th grade with the Fulton County Police Dept.)

    • District Charter-Cohort 1

    • School Quality Review

    • College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI)


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Instructional Assessment Data

First Grade 2011-2012


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Instructional Assessment Data

Second Grade 2011-2012


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Reading Arts CRCT Data

Percentage of students Meeting / Exceeding the Standards


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Mathematics CRCT Data

Percentage of students Meeting / Exceeding the Standards


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Language Arts CRCT Data

Percentage of students Meeting / Exceeding the Standards


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Science CRCT Data

Percentage of students Meeting / Exceeding the Standards


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

2013 Reading Performance Target

94.4%


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

2013 Math Performance Target

87%


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

2013 Language Arts Performance Target

92.6%


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

2013 Science Performance Target

80.1%


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Accountability: CRCTITBSDIBELSWriting AssessmentsFluency AssessmentsEnd of the unit Testcheck PointsGKIDSSurveys Observation ChecklistCommon assessments (math, reading, Language arts, Leader and Teacher KeysSchool Quality Reviewcollaboration meetings with administrationInstructional and data AnalysisProfessional Learning Communities

"Home of the Tigers"


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Best PracticesInstructional and data analysisLearning Focus StrategiesRigor, Relevance, RelationshipBuilding FluencySchool wide Behavior PlanMountain Mathmountain languageCommon Core standardsOngoing Professional DevelopmentCollaborative Planningintegration of technologyDaily Writing Across the CurriculumCommon Assessments

"Home of the Tigers"


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Best PracticesStandard Based Data Driven InstructionStudent EngagementSafe and Orderly EnvironmentParent Community InvolvementDifferentiated InstructionCommon Instructional CalendarsIntervention Classes (EIP, Extended Day, Special Education)Departmentalization (4th, 5th)Team Teaching (3rd, 4th, special education

"Home of the Tigers"


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

What does the School do Best? Reading Instruction/LearningLanguage Arts Instruction/LearningMath Instruction/LearningEarly Intervention ProgramsStudent RecognitionCommunicationOpportunities for Parent Involvement

"Home of the Tigers"


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Areas for FocusScience Instruction/ResultsMath Instruction/ResultsWriting Instruction/ResultsSocial Studies Instruction/Results

"Home of the Tigers"


Our school plan goals

OUR SCHOOL PLAN/GOALS

"Home of the Tigers"


Our plans

Our Plans

  • Professional development for staff will focus on the CCGPS(standards)

  • data collection and analysis

  • Researched –based Strategies: Rigor; Relevance, and Relationships; Integration of technology; common assessments every three weeks; analysis of data, Mountain Math, Daily Problem Solving; Accelerated Reader; Differentiated Instruction

  • The KEYS process will be a means to supervise and evaluate all staff

  • Grade level meetings and individual conferences (administrator, teacher, CST, Math Coach) held to discuss student progress, data, and teacher effectiveness

  • Collaborative planning for all grade level teams for planning, informal collaboration, data analysis, etc. will occur weekly and two days a year

  • The RTI Process will provide collaboration between school staff and parents to analyze a student’s weakness and plan interventions to support the student’s learning

  • EIP(Early Intervention Program) teachers in collaboration with regular education and Interrelated teachers will work with struggling students in small groups in reading and math


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

  • Materials, resources, literature will be purchased to enhance instruction and learning

  • Extended Day (Title I) will be provided to students struggling in math, after school for four days a week (January through March)

  • The CCGP will drive our staff development, monthly instruction, assessment of students toward continuous improvement.

  • Level I /SWD students will have an educational plans developed, implemented, and reviewed

  • Special Education programs will involve IRR (pull-out) and Inclusion/Team Teaching .

  • Math block established for better monitoring of math instruction by administration (walk throughs will be daily)

  • “Expert” teachers will provide training on researched based strategies they have used in the classroom monthly at grade level meetings

  • A “Parent University” (Title I) will be coordinated for parents to attend many activities to further support our parents in helping their children.

  • Parent Resource Room (Title I) will be established to enhance parents/guardians support to their children


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

Next you will be dismissed to hear critical information from your child’s teacher- curriculum, assessments, activities, events, home-school connection, etc. Together we can truly prepare our children to become productive and successful citizens. This presentation will be available to you on the school webpage at http://school.fultonschools.org/es/oakleyThanks for coming.


2012 2013 oakley es state of the school report

  • Presentation Rooms:

  • 3rd grade – Media Center

  • 4th grade – Room 442,444 (same room)

  • 5th grade - Room 413


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