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Christa McAuliffe Elementary at Cimarron Hills. 2011/2012 Report. Our Curriculum (click thumbnail to open large view). Reading. Math. Writing. PBIS. CSAP: Historical Reading Data. CSAP: Historical Math Data. CSAP: Historical Writing Data. CSAP Reading 2011. CSAP Math 2011.

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Christa mcauliffe elementary at cimarron hills

Christa McAuliffe Elementary at Cimarron Hills

2011/2012 Report


Our curriculum click thumbnail to open large view

Our Curriculum(click thumbnail to open large view)

Reading

Math

Writing

PBIS


Csap historical reading data

CSAP: Historical Reading Data


Csap historical math data

CSAP: Historical Math Data


Csap historical writing data

CSAP: Historical Writing Data


Csap reading 2011

CSAP Reading 2011


Csap math 2011

CSAP Math 2011


Csap writing 2011

CSAP Writing 2011


Spring map 2011 reading

Spring MAP 2011 Reading


Spring map 2011 math

Spring MAP 2011 Math


2011 median growth reading

2011 Median Growth Reading

McAuliffe showed a +14 growth number.


2011 median growth math

2011 Median Growth Math

McAuliffe showed a +15 growth number.


2011 median growth writing

2011 Median Growth Writing

McAuliffe showed a 0 difference from 2010 - 2011.


How we will beat the numbers

How We Will Beat the Numbers:

Constant data reviews and evaluation of

interventions through PLC’s

Address root causes performed by grade levels

by:

Having a weekly assessment day for new students

Implementing an improved PBIS model

More focused interventions

Smaller group sizes

Instruction focus aligned with Lesson in a Folder and

Assessment Poster models

Timely implementation of intervention

Continued data digs in conjunction with AERO and

Achieve Team leadership

Obstacles to Overcome:

Mobility


Literacy strategies

Literacy Strategies :

Implemented aligned Core Reading Block

AR implementation at all grade levels

Intervention blocks that are in addition to Core

Established building-wide Curriculum Pyramid

Lesson in a Folder model for planning

Edmark and Hill-Rap interventions

Six Minute Solution

Next Steps:

Continue to strengthen our Core, Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 interventions to address strategic and intensive needs that are specific to McAuliffe


Personalized learning mcauliffe s vision

Personalized Learning: McAuliffe’s Vision

Strategies Implemented:

A clear, written vision for immediate improvement of gathering and evaluating information

Embedded professional development opportunities for teachers at point of individual need

Increased collaboration with grade level teams

Improved communication of standards and specific lesson content via weekly Library Notes

A wider community model to allow access beyond the school day and year

Next Steps:

Personalized Learning Team Planning

Standardize classroom technology “kits”

Model personalized learning strategies and techniques for students and teachers

Teacher and student academies that will Personalized Learning forward in the McAuliffe community


Math instruction strategies

Math Instruction: Strategies

Continue coaching model with a focus on our newest staff members

Math Expressions implementation

ST Math

Assessment poster planning model

Develop online training modules for basic algorithms so that students, parents, and guest teachers can access instructional techniques on demand (example below)


Pbis where we are and next steps

PBIS: Where We Are and Next Steps

Where We Are:

PBS goal team in place

Evaluating behavior data monthly

Higher levels of positive referrals (COMET Awards)

Decrease of negative behaviors in targeted areas

School-wide buy in

Video and pictorial models are in place via closed circuit TV, DVD, and Podcast

Development of leveled referral forms that align to school-wide PBIS

Clearly defined behavior tiers and strategies within each

Next Steps:

Revisit and evaluate COMET videos with greater input from current staff, students, and community members

Address and establish consensus about classroom expectations (need established through current behavior data)


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