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A-F Information Night. Welcome. Introductions Purpose Outline of tonight Q & A session at the end. Reading Data [All Students]. 3. Alumni Areas of 10% Reading Growth. 4. Current Areas of 10% Reading Growth. Math Test Data [All Students]. 6. Alumni Areas of 10% Math Growth.

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welcome
Welcome
  • Introductions
  • Purpose
  • Outline of tonight
  • Q & A session at the end
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Reading Data

[All Students]

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Math Test Data

[All Students]

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Alumni Areas of 10% Math Growth

Current Areas of 10% Math Growth

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narrowing the gap
Narrowing the Gap
  • Alignment of Skills
  • Identify areas of weakness
  • Common language
  • Appropriate accommodations
  • Make personal connections
  • Phonics
  • Letter recognition
  • Recognizing sounds with ELL
  • Writing sounds
  • Repetition
  • Listening to language songs
  • Reading & Writing strategies
student info strategies
Student Info - Strategies
  • Build relationships
  • Flex groups
  • Immediate feedback
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Goal setting
  • Collaboration
  • Writing to explain
  • Home & school connection
  • Key vocabulary
  • Running Records
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Based on your data, describe the strategies you are having success with in your school.

  • Leveled Literacy Interventions
  • Title pullout
  • Tutoring
  • Math Fact folders
  • Reading achievement recognition
  • What are your next steps for this school year?
  • Data from weekly common assessments
  • Data driven small group instruction
  • Tracking student progress
  • Working on established goals
  • Expanding LLI program to include higher levels

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a to f report card
A to F Report Card
  • Comprised of three main sections each worth one-third of the overall grade:
    • Student Achievement
    • Student Growth
    • Whole School Performance
student achievement section
Student Achievement Section
  • Includes all Oklahoma State Testing Program (OSTP) exams administered during the most recent school year
    • Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT)
    • Oklahoma Modified Alternative Assessment Program (OMAAP)
    • Oklahoma Alternative Assessment Program (OAAP).
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Performance Index

An overall index of

90 or above = “A”

80-89 = “B”

70-79 = “C”

60-69 = “D”

below 60 = “F

student growth section
Student Growth Section
  • Growth is divided into two sub-categories;
  • All students in a school worth seventeen percent (17%) of the final grade
  • Bottom twenty-five percent of students in a school worth seventeen percent (17%) of the final grade
  • OSTP Reading and Math exams only (Grades 3-8 OCCT Reading and Mathematics).

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western oaks elementary
Western Oaks Elementary

Student Growth

Bottom 25%

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whole school performance section
Whole School Performance Section
  • Student attendance rate,
  • Parent/community volunteer hours
  • Attendance will carry 100% of the base grade for Whole School Improvement.
  • Elementary sites can earn bonus points for Climate Survey results and Parent/Community volunteers.
  • If a school does not test 95% of eligible students enrolled, the school’s overall letter grade will be reduced by one whole letter grade.
    • For example, a school gets an “A” in every area but only tested 94% of the students, the overall letter grade of “A” will be reduced to a “B”.
attendance strategies
Attendance Strategies
  • Secretary tracking absences & early release
  • District attendance policy passed out at Parent Orientation
    • Letters sent
    • Phone calls made by
      • Teachers, Counselor, & Administrators
  • Classroom Goals
  • Administrator calls on students absent for Reading & Math Title services
  • Encourage parents to observe learning times for other engagements

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Q & A

Thank you for coming and being a “PIECE” of our success!

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