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ISCO Introductions. Todd Thorpe – Central Region VP Amy Valentine – ISCO Executive Director, to start 9/9 Pam Decker – ISCO Student Support Coordinator

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Isco introductions
ISCO Introductions

  • Todd Thorpe – Central Region VP

  • Amy Valentine – ISCO Executive Director, to start 9/9

  • Pam Decker – ISCO Student Support Coordinator

  • ISCO Principal and Assistant Principal – in process of hiring both, candidates have been selected and have accepted, both to start September 30th

  • Laura Mayberry – Director of Assessments and Accountability

  • Teri Cady – Director of Academics, state level. Also serving as current ISCO Interim Principal

  • Stacy Altman – Director of Special Services, state level

  • ISCO Operations Manager – in process of hiring new manager


Assessment data spf interventions
Assessment Data/SPF/interventions

  • Documents sent and will be discussed


Interventions data conversations
Interventions & Data Conversations

  • Academic Interventions

  • Reports with student data to help teachers support students

    • Tiered data reports showing student assessment scores and course progress.

    • Teachers can know their students

    • Data talks with principals

    • Pass rate data to compare course to course and teacher to teacher


Enrollment update
Enrollment Update

  • Current total: 1137 Enrollments Received

  • Current approved: 671

  • Total in August 12 start: 430

  • Late start #1, Monday the 25th – another 200

  • Last start #2, Monday the 9th – predict 100


Engagement 13 14
Engagement 13-14

  • Engagement is up as compared to start of year 12-13.

  • Study Island custom assessment participation is already doubled by October 2012.

  • Course participation and progress rates are higher than this time last year.

  • Contributors:

    • Face to Face enrollment conferences

    • ILP requirement

    • Staff contact and support


3 week compliancy
3-week Compliancy

  • Data on each student for 3 week compliancy in school

    • Completed assessments

    • Adequate course progress/log-in time in classes

    • Completion of ILP and orientation

    • Students contacted by advisor, teachers, and admin prior to WD in attempt to engage.

    • Student WDs for those not compliant will occur next week for those from first start

    • 5 % (30) of students are currently falling into this category of WD risk.


Other updates
Other updates

  • Parent/Student handbook

  • Operational handbook

  • Title I addendum added to the original application







Phase 1 development implementation 2013 2014
Phase 1 Development/Implementation 2013 2014

MARKETING

STUDENTS

Face to Face Mandatory Sessions for Students

Individual Counseling Interview

ILP/ICAP – Individual Learning Plan/Individual Career and Academic Plan

ILP/ICAP Conference Complete

Multi Year Plan complete

Align Course Schedule for year

Identify Specific Career Cluster

  • Online Info Sessions

  • Face to Face Mandatory Sessions for Students/ LC’s

  • Brochures

  • Career Cluster Model Flyers

  • Individual Counseling Interview information


Phase ii development implementation 2013 2014
Phase II Development/Implementation2013 2014

Resources

Students

Discover

Dream

Design

Deliver

Finding Your Path class – all grades

Updated ILP/ICAP’s during year

Information/Exploration

Orientation on Career Clusters

College Rep Visits virtual

College Week Live

ASSET presentations

Career Workshops Virtual

On each Career Cluster

On specific careers

  • CCCOnline – Colo Community Colleges

  • CU Succeed

  • Technical/Trade Vocational Schools

  • Concurrent Enrollment

  • ASCENT

  • Internships

  • Volunteer Work

  • Shadowing

  • College visits

  • Partnerships

    • Hospitals

    • Schools

    • Businesses

    • Corporations

    • Organizations


Phase iii development implementation 2014 2015
Phase III Development/Implementation2014 2015

Career Cluster Academies

CORE CAREER COLLEGE

Students

Clear messaging on Career Cluster Academies

Defined Application process

Identify ISCO Academy of interest

ILP/ICAP Updates and Initial Conferences

Choose a Career Cluster of interest

Select an Academic Pathway

Incorporating 21st Century Skills within Career Cluster Academies

Incorporating academic behaviors – non cognitive factors in students preparedness

  • Define eligibility/criteria for each Academy

    • GPA, Endorsement, credits

  • Align Core courses, Cluster courses and Elective courses with each career

  • Development of additional courses if needed for careers

  • Training of Faculty/Staff

  • Define procedures, processes, transitions

  • Creating Pathway Portfolios

  • Post secondary Options


Sb 10 191
SB 10-191

  • Teachers have been through training and are completing the self assessment.

  • Sept PD we are setting targets for student outcomes.

  • Teachers and administration to the new teacher effectiveness evaluation system.

  • ISCO is a pilot school for special services with SB10-191 for 13-14 school year.


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