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Springfield Public Schools School Board Presentation November 19, 2007. Briggs Middle School. Briggs Middle School Presenters. Brooke Wagner: Principal Dennis Gray: Assistant Principal Joe Hass: Teacher Leader Kathy McCumsey: Teacher Leader. Briggs Yesterday: Demographics and Data.

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Springfield public schools school board presentation november 19 2007
Springfield Public SchoolsSchool Board PresentationNovember 19, 2007

Briggs Middle School


Briggs Middle School Presenters

Brooke Wagner: Principal

Dennis Gray: Assistant Principal

Joe Hass: Teacher Leader

Kathy McCumsey: Teacher Leader



BMS Demographics 2003/2004

  • Grades: 6, 7, 8

  • Enrollment: 536

  • Free and Reduced Lunch: 38%

  • Minority Students: 12.7%

  • Mobility Rate: 26.1%

  • Behavior Referrals: 642

  • Attendance: 92.3%


74

68

68.1

65.6

67.1

PercentMeet/Exceed

62.4

60

59

59.1

57.6

53.2

48.9


All School Reading for 2005-06 and 2006-07

75.5

PercentMeet/Exceed

72.8

72.9

72.5

68.2

67.3

Organization


8th grade math
8th Grade Math

74.4

70

Percent Meet/ Exceed

65.5

65.2

63

63.5

62.7

59

61.3

58.4

55.3

54


All School Math for 2005-06 and 2006-07

75.1

71.2

71.4

69

67.9

67.3


1218

1058

1022

642


219

190

175

171

100


94.4

94.4

94.4

94.2

93.1

93.1

92.5

92.3

92.3

92.1

91.9

91.8


Briggs today demographics action plan

Briggs Today: Demographics & Action Plan


Briggs Demographics 2007/2008

  • Grades: 6, 7, 8

  • Enrollment: 528

  • Free and Reduced Lunch: 41%

  • Minority Students: 18%

  • Mobility Rate: 25.1%

  • Behavior Referrals: 1218 (2006-07)

  • Attendance: 93.1% (2006-07)


Briggs current action plan

Briggs Current Action Plan

Re-establish School Vision

Revise Behavior Expectations

Comprehensive Late Starts

Literacy

School Vision

Curriculum Articulation

Bi-Monthly Team Meetings

Literacy

Positive Behavior Support


Briggs current action plan1

Briggs Current Action Plan

Bi-Monthly Staff Meetings

All-in-One

Professional Development for Staff

Reading Apprenticeship

Functional Behavior Assessment

Student Owned Strategies

6 Minute Solution

ODE Summer Institute

Arts Integration

Power Standards - Subject specific

WEB - Where Everybody Belongs

Positive Behavior Support


Briggs current action plan2

Briggs Current Action Plan

Data Driven Decision Making

Mastery in Motion

6-9 Assessment

SPS Behavior Portal

ESIS

U of O SET

Oregon Dept. Of Education

Adequate Yearly Progress


Briggs tomorrow vision goals strategies

Briggs Tomorrow:Vision, Goals & Strategies


“The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

-Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890)


Common Vision storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”Guidelines

  • Build deeply shared values

  • Aim high

  • Put the necessary environment in place

  • Nurture diversity of thought

  • Enlarge previous boundaries


Briggs Goals storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • Academic

    Literacy

    Math

  • School Culture

    PBS

    School Structure

    WEB

    Attendance


Academic literacy
Academic: Literacy storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • Goal 1 – Increase percentage of Briggs students meeting or exceeding on the OAKS Reading standard from 75.5% to 80%.

  • Goal 2 – Continue to meet or exceed the OAKS State standard in Reading by grade level. (currently achieving 2 out of 3 grades)


Strategies for literacy goals
Strategies for Literacy Goals storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

Monthly Late Start Professional Development focused on Literacy

Monthly Literacy Team Meeting

School-wide OAKS Testing Coordinator

Use MIM data for school, grade and teacher curriculum decisions

District Level School-wide Reading Coach

Briggs Reading Coach

Reading Apprenticeship Professional Development

Read 180

Reading Counts

Word of the Day – Word Wall

Battle of the Books

6 Minute Solution


Academic math
Academic: Math storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • Goal 1 – Increase percentage of Briggs students meeting or exceeding on the OAKS Math standard from 75.1% to 80%.

  • Goal 2 – Continue to meet or exceed the OAKS State standard in Math by grade level.


Strategies for math goals

Strategies for Math Goals storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

School-wide OAKS Testing Coordinator

MIM Data Training for school & Teachers to assist in Curriculum decisions

Implement SPS Math Scope & Sequence

Clicker Training for Math Teachers

Test Preparation Workshops

Implementation of Math Power Standards


School culture pbs behavior
School Culture: PBS/Behavior storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • Goal – Decrease School wide Behavioral referrals by 30%

  • Strategies:

    Bi-monthly PBS/Behavior Team Meeting

    Revision of Referral documentation

    Revision of Briggs Leveled behavioral guidelines

    School-wide PBS Assembly (September)

    Daily Announcements of PBS Expectations

    Daily Tiger reward drawings

    Briggs school-wide event participation tied to behavior

    Monthly Analysis of SPS behavior data


School culture school structure
School Culture: School Structure storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • Goal – Improve student relationships and increase teacher collaboration

  • Strategies

    Research school structure (Turning Points 2000)

    Visioning Activities (Magazine Covers)

    Late Start focus on School Vision and Structure

    Visit Middle School with higher achievement

    Professional Conferences & Workshops

    VADA Configuration


School culture web where everybody belongs
School Culture: WEB storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”(Where Everybody Belongs)

  • Goal - Focus on Smooth Transitions for 6th & 8th grade students

  • Strategies

    6th grade WEB groups with 8th grade cohort of Leaders

    WEB Advisor Training for Staff

    Solicit support from SPS district administration

    Comprehensive gathering of information from incoming 6th graders

    Articulated transition process with feeder elementary and high schools

    Identify at-risk students & develop support plans


School culture attendance
School Culture: Attendance storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • Goal – Increase Briggs daily Attendance from 92.3% to 94%

  • Strategies:

    One staff member in charge of Attendance

    Building Attendance audit of Briggs

    Visit similar middle schools with higher Attendance

    Increase Positive Behavior Recognition

    Monthly analysis of Attendance data – target students


Briggs Outcomes storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

  • All students are working to their academic potential

    Strong rating on Oregon Report Card

    Meet AYP in all areas

  • All students are behaving respectfully, safely, and responsibly

  • Staff collaboration

    Extended instructional time

    Common planning time

    Project-based learning opportunities

  • Smooth Middle School transitions

  • Briggs Students have a sense of belonging

  • Increased Daily Connection to school for students


Briggs Middle School Contact Information: storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

2355 Yolanda Ave.

Springfield, Oregon 97477

(541) 744-6350

http://www.sps.lane.edu/bms/

Brooke Wagner: [email protected]

Dennis Gray: [email protected]

Joe Hass: [email protected]

Kathy McCumsey: [email protected]


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