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School Improvement & Accountability Update for P.S. Jones Middle. Presented by: Tracey Nixon Principal. School Profile. 806 Students 38% Black 45 % White 14% Hispanic 3% Other 15.2% (121 students) EC 65% are economically disadvantaged. Teacher Profile. 60 certified staff members

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School improvement accountability update for p s jones middle

School Improvement & Accountability Update for P.S. Jones Middle

Presented by:

Tracey Nixon

Principal


School profile
School Profile Middle

  • 806 Students

  • 38% Black

  • 45 % White

  • 14% Hispanic

  • 3% Other

  • 15.2% (121 students) EC

  • 65% are economically disadvantaged


Teacher profile
Teacher Profile Middle

60 certified staff members

20 Classified

18% advanced degrees (22 Master Degrees, Two 6 year Advanced Degrees)

2 National Board Certified

Experience 0-3 (15%), 4-10 (28.4%), and 10+ (56.6%)


Current status 2010 2011
Current Status* (2010-2011) Middle

*School overall composite and status for the 2010-2011 school year.

**Percentage of schools in NC making AYP with the same number of AYP Target Goals as our school.


Sub groups not making ayp
Sub-Groups Not Making AYP Middle

  • Reading

    • All/Hispanic/LEP

  • Math

    • All/Black/Hispanic/EDS/SWD

    • 24 out of 29 subgroups met AYP


Current status 2010 20111
Current Status* (2010-2011) Middle

Math EOG Scores Grades 6-8


Current status 2010 20112
Current Status* (2010-2011) Middle

Reading EOG Scores Grade 6-8



Key improvement strategies
Key Improvement Strategies Middle

  • Professional Learning Communities

  • Change in Teacher Placement

    • 15 teachers shifted grade levels. Changes were based on EOG scores.

  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support

  • Accel Enrichment Period

  • SRA Corrective Reading

  • ClassScapes


Key improvement strategies1
Key Improvement Strategies Middle

  • Pamlico Pals Group Mentoring

  • Parental Involvement Nights

  • Differentiated Instruction

  • Reading Foundations (Exceptional Teachers)

  • Lexile Reading Program

  • EVAAS Data to schedule students (math)

  • Dynamic Demons - Male teacher mentors – at-risk AA students


Expected results
Expected Results Middle

  • PSJ will be designated as a School of Progress or higher

  • All grade levels will make Expected Growth or higher

  • PSJ will make AYP


Expected results1
Expected Results Middle

  • 6th grade will improve their reading proficiency average 8% to get to the state average

  • 7th grade will improve their reading proficiency average 14% to get to the state average

  • 8th grade will improve their reading proficiency average 6% to get to the state average


Expected results2
Expected Results Middle

  • Each grade level will be 80% proficient in Math

  • Percentage of students making growth in math and reading at all grade levels will increase by 10%

  • 8th grade science will improve the proficiency average 10% to move from 65% to 75%

  • PSJ will continue to be awarded an “Exemplar School” for our PBIS behavior system


Psj celebrations
PSJ Celebrations Middle

Designated as a School of Progress for 2010-11

Made high growth in 8th grade math

Algebra students were 98% proficient

8th grade science scores increased 6.4%

Designated as an Exemplar School by NCPDI for PBIS

Overall discipline referrals decreased (1752 in 09/10 to 1391 in 10/11)


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