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Garfield Middle School Sailing Toward Success. School wide Plan 2009-2010 Patricia Massa Principal Submitted July 16, 2008 By: Elizabeth Anton. Table of Contents. 1. GMS Schoolwide Plan Introduction GMS School Profile Vision

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Garfield middle school sailing toward success

Garfield Middle SchoolSailing Toward Success

School wide Plan

2009-2010

Patricia Massa

Principal

Submitted July 16, 2008

By:

Elizabeth Anton


Table of contents

Table of Contents

1.GMS Schoolwide Plan

Introduction

GMS School Profile

Vision

Components of a Schoolwide Program

2.Schoolwide Planning Teams

School Council Members Leadership Team Members Instructional Leadership Team

3.Needs Assessment

School Demographics

Student Achievement/Assessment

Report Card

3A. Needs Assessment – Students

Grades Offered

Enrollment

Indicators

Selected Populations

Technology

Plans of High School Graduates

Graduation Rate

Student/Teacher Ratio

3B. Teacher Data

Staffing

Data by Race, Ethnicity and Gender

3C. MCAS Results

Percent of Students at EachPerformance Level

Item by Item Results (by grade/subject

MCAS Results by Subgroup

Participation Report

High School Science and Technology/Engineering Results

ELA and Math Quarterlies

3D. Student Achievement/Accountability

Adequate Yearly Progress Report

2008-09 NCLB Report Card

Adequate Yearly Progress

3E. Organization of School Year and Day

Sample Student Schedule

3F. Curriculum and Instruction

Mathematics

English Language Arts

Three tier Model

3G. Professional Development Plan

School Professional Development Workshops

3H. Family and Community Involvement Parent Teacher Conference Schedule

Family Events

Quarterly Newsletter

Teacher Webpages

ConnectED

4.Summarize/Prioritize

Summarize Program’s Strengths and Weaknesses

Prioritize Needs

5.GMS School Vision (WIP)

Program Goals

6.School Improvement Plan

Theme 1: Students Learning/Curriculum and Instruction

Theme 1A: Response to MCAS

Theme 2: Teacher Learning /Professional Development

Theme 3: School and Community Involvement

Theme 4: Planning and Support Systems

7.Partnerships

Community and Professional Partnerships

Coordination and Integration of Federal, State and Local Services and Programs


1 gms schoolwide plan

1. GMS Schoolwide Plan

School Mission and Vision

Ten Essential Components of a School Wide Plan


2 school wide planning teams

2. School-wide Planning Teams


School improvement council members

Patricia Massa - Principal

Monica Caporale – Asst. Principal

Karin Stolle - Mathematics

Thavary Ung - Parent

Donna Grieco - Technology

Stacey Livote – Special Education

Nichole Ferrante - Mathematics

Julie Venditti – Guidance

Laura Johnson - Science

Pia Dandiya - Mathematics

Michael Rubino - Mathematics

Susan Lanza - English Language Arts

Christine Gray -English Language Arts

Megan Bird – Citizen School

Katie Burt - Science

Andrea Dreeszen - Science

School Improvement Council Members


Leadership teams

Leadership Teams

  • Curriculum and Instruction

  • Parent Involvement

  • School Culture

  • Physical Plant


Curriculum and instruction team members

Curriculum and Instruction Team Members

  • Administrative Team

  • Matt Costa

  • Katie Burt

  • Donna Grieco

  • AnnMarie Serighelli

  • Karin Stolle

  • Megan Bird


Parent involvement team members

Parent Involvement Team Members

  • Administrative Team

  • Julie Venditti

  • Christine Gray

  • Stacey Livote

  • Megan Bird

  • Susan Lanza

  • Thavary Ung


School culture team members

School Culture Team Members

  • Administrative Team

  • Julie Venditti

  • Lisa Devine

  • Pia Dandiya

  • Laura Johnson

  • Karin Stolle

  • Nichole Ferrante

  • Michael Rubino~ Community Service

  • Andrea Dreeszen~ Community Service


Physical plant team members

Physical Plant Team Members

  • Administrative Team

  • Katie Burt

  • Donna Grieco

  • Megan Bird


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ELT

Instructional Leadership Team

  • Patricia Massa – Principal

  • Monica Caporale - Asst. Principal

  • Matthew Costa – Mathematics

  • Nichole Ferrante – Mathematics

  • Julie Venditti – Guidance

  • Susan Lanza – English Language Arts

  • Megan Bird – Citizen School

  • Stacey Livote – Special Education


3 comprehensive needs assessment

3. Comprehensive Needs Assessment

Collect and Analyze

School Demographics

Student Achievement and Assessment

Report Card

SIMS

Needs Assessment Procedure

  • Performance Improvement Mapping (PIMS) Process to analyze yearly English Language Arts and Mathematics MCAS data

    (see next two slides)

  • Analysis of District Quarterly/Common Assessments to inform ELA, Math, History and Science instruction

  • DESE ELA and Math Performance Agreement s for Expanded Learning Time School

    (see slide #15)

  • Parent/Student/Staff /Teacher Surveys

    (WIP- implementation June 2010)


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Summary Sheet for Questions below the State Average

As you look at the questions where our students performed below the state average, what trends or similarities do you see in some or most of the questions?

1.)2.)

3.) 4.)

Action Plan

Class or grade-level strategy that will be implemented to address this trend.

School-wide strategies that are suggested to address this trend.


Garfield middle school sailing toward success

MCAS Question Item Analysis

Complexity:

Rationale:

% Correct

Standard:

Question #

MC

Low

Moderate

High

GMS _______

State _______

SA

OR

What skills and knowledge are needed to answer this question (or demonstrate mastery of this standard)?

Why did students have difficulty or success answering this question (or demonstrating mastery of this standard)?

How can we use this information to help all students master this standard/skill:

Where and when was this standard (or mastery skill) instructed?

How was this standard or skill instructed and assessed?

What different strategies will you use or do you suggest using?

Adapted from MA DOE PIMS Worksheet


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ELT Performance Agreement Template 09 25 09.doc


3a comprehensive needs assessment students

3A. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentStudents

  • Grades Offered

  • Students

    • Enrollment

    • Indicators

    • Selected Populations

    • Technology

    • Plans of High School Graduates

    • Graduation Rate

    • Student/Teacher Ratio


3b comprehensive needs assessment teachers

3B. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentTeachers

  • Teacher Data

  • Staffing Data by Race, Ethnicity, Gender


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3C. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentStudent Achievement/ Assessment

  • MCAS Results

    • Percent of Students at Each Performance Level

    • Item by Item Results (for each Grade/Subject)

    • MCAS Annual Comparisons

    • MCAS Results by Subgroup

    • Participation Report

    • High School Science and Technology/Engineering Results

      .


3d comprehensive needs assessment student achievement accountability

3D. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentStudent Achievement/Accountability

  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Report

  • 2008-09 NCLB Report Card

  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) data for every year going back to 1998 (see next slide)


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Response to AYP status 2009-2010.doc


3e comprehensive needs assessment organization of school day

3E. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentOrganization of School Day


Garfield middle school sailing toward success

Garfield Middle School

Revere, MA

Sample Student Schedule


3f comprehensive needs assessment curriculum and instruction

3F. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentCurriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction

Mathematics

60 minute periods

Study Island

Fastt Math

Mathletics

Math Coach

Quarterly Assessments

Math League

Math Strategies

AIM (achieving important mastery)

Certified Math Tutor working with identified

at-risk students

English Language Arts

60 minutes periods

Common Assessments

Read 180

ELA Strategies

OTHER

Scientific Learning

DESE STEM Grant – Green in the Middle Service Learning Grant

Food and Fitness Grant


3g comprehensive needs assessment professional development data

3G. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentProfessional Development Data

School Professional Development Workshops

September 30, 2009

Charlie Applestein “No Such Thing As A Bad Kid” Presentation (Kris Oldoni, Monica Caporale, Julie Venditti)

October 21, 2009

Professional Learning Communities and Team Building

October 29, 2009

Identified Characteristics of 3-5 Best practices in our Instructional Focus

December 9, 2009

Finalized 3-5 Best Practices to Support IF

January 13, 2010

Curriculum Fair (All Staff Presenting)

February 10, 2010

Salem State College Adjunct Professor Salem State College will present workshops on Brain Based Learning and Higher Order and 21st Century Thinking Strategies

March 3, 2010-same

March 31, 2010-same

April 28, 2010-TBA

May 26, 2010-TBA

June 9, 2010 Program Evaluation


3h comprehensive needs assessment family and community involvement

3H. Comprehensive Needs AssessmentFamily and Community Involvement

  • Parent Teacher Conference

    September 14, 2009 Meet the Teacher

    November 18, 2009 Parent Teacher Conference

    February 3, 2010 Parent Teacher Conference

  • Family Events

    December 17, 2009 Citizen School Event (WOW)

    March Parent MCAS Night (Process of being planned)

  • Quarterly Newsletter

  • Quarterly Honor Roll Breakfast

  • Citizen Schools 6th grade newsletter

  • Teacher Webpages

  • ConnectED (Principal messages with pertinent school information)


4 summarize prioritize

4. Summarize/Prioritize

  • Strength

    ELA AYP “On Target” No status

    ELT

    Citizen School

  • Weakness

    Math is a priority Restructuring Year 2


5 program goals

5. Program Goals

Program Evaluation Procedure

~ DESE ELT Site Visit Feedback

~ End of Year Evaluation of SIP by members of the Council and ILT

~ ELT program feedback provided by MASS 2020 Mentor/Liaison

~ ELT Reapplication (See next slide)

~ Parent/Student/Staff /Teacher Surveys (WIP- implementations June 2010)

~ Citizen Schools Student and Staff Survey

~ Abt Associates (DESE sponsored) Survey and Focus Group Results


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Garfield Middle School 09-10 ELT Reapplication.doc


6 school improvement plan

6. School Improvement Plan

GMS School

2009-2010


Sip theme 1 students learning curriculum and instruction

SIP - Theme 1 Students Learning/Curriculum and Instruction

In order for our students to reach their potential and strive towards achieving the high expectations set forth by the Revere Public School System and the Garfield Middle School; we provide to our students the tools that they need to achieve their goals. We accomplish this mission by exposing our students to a wide array of programs, initiatives opportunities and state of the art technology that will both foster and encourage student achievement and success.

Theme 1


Theme 1a response to mcas

Theme 1A Response to MCAS

In response to MCAS scores in specific areas and AYP concerns scores, we are identifying significant areas in need of improvement in our curricula that are negatively impacting our MCAS scores, especially in regard to the many subgroups that we serve. We are in the process of developing and implementing various programs, initiatives and incentives that we hope will in turn improve instruction, teaching and learning by better aligning our curricula to match that of the state’s frameworks. These changes will provide opportunities to teachers that will aid in improving instruction for all.

Theme 1A


Sip theme 2 teacher learning professional development

SIP - Theme 2Teacher Learning/Professional Development

As educators, we realize that in order to effectively teach and challenge our students; we need to continue learning and challenge ourselves. In order to continue to improve instructional practices, strategies, approaches and techniques; it is not only necessary and required, but imperative that all staff actively participate in the professional development process

Theme 2


Sip theme 3 school and community involvement

SIP - Theme 3School and Community Involvement

The Garfield Middle School and the surrounding community are working together to create a partnership of thinkers and learners. Through various programs, clubs, initiatives, opportunities and resources we expose and instill in our students the qualities and ideals of good citizenship and character.

Theme 3


Sip theme 4 planning and support systems

SIP - Theme 4Planning and SupportSystems

The Garfield Middle School embraces the belief that for students to reach their potential they need to know that they are in a safe and healthy environment. It is the goal the entire Garfield School (both Middle and Elementary) to ensure that our building is kept clean, safe and healthy for all.

Theme 4


7 partnerships

7. Partnerships

  • Citizens School

  • Revere Cares

  • Salem State College

  • Mass 2020

  • Abt Associates

  • Mass General Hospital (webpage being developed)

  • Teach for America

  • Big Sister

  • MA Executive Office of Transportation - Safe Routes to School Grant (Spring 2010)

  • Eurovest

  • North Shore Mental Health Counseling Agency

  • Center for Family Development


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