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Alan Shepard Elementary. Top Ten List Nov. 22, 2010. General Information. 320 students Daycare and Preschool Double section building Three Levels of Special Education 1.5 Reading Specialists, inc. Reading Recovery Not a Title I building due to Free and Reduced percentage.

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Alan shepard elementary

Alan Shepard Elementary

Top Ten List

Nov. 22, 2010


General information

General Information

  • 320 students

  • Daycare and Preschool

  • Double section building

  • Three Levels of Special Education

  • 1.5 Reading Specialists, inc. Reading Recovery

  • Not a Title I building due to Free and Reduced percentage


1 student study team

1. Student Study Team

  • All students who are not proficient on ITBS will have Level A accommodations in place by February of testing year.

  • All students who are not proficient on ITBS will have Level B accommodations (SST) in place by May 1st of testing year.

  • If/then document implemented

  • Mrs. Kelly Kelley oversees and organizes


Students on an sst

Students on an SST

  • As of 11-15-10, we have 26 students on SST

  • 1 student has both reading and math

  • 1 student has SST for advancement

  • 2 students have SST for behavior

  • Total of seven teams of four teachers

  • Referring teacher is “case manager”

  • One meeting time per month built in to schedule

  • Teams create specific & measurable goals for students


Alan shepard elementary

Examples

MATH: Student will score 70% or higher on assessed assignments and tests for 3 consecutive chapters

READING: Student will read 25 wpm on a 2nd grade reading probe with 90% accuracy

BEHAVIOR: Student will receive 3 or fewer tallies per week for 3 consecutive weeks


2 data teams

2. Data Teams

  • Familiarity with SST process has helped us to easily transition to Data Teams…

  • Like an SST for your entire class or grade level

  • Data Team document replaces Team Feedback Sheet which was formerly submitted

  • Most teams are starting with spelling or math goal due to “black and white” content


Data team smart goal

Data Team Smart Goal

  • Goal: The percentage of ______ students who are proficient in ______ will increase from _____ to _____ as measured by _____ administered on _____.

    Example

  • The percentage of 1st grade students who are proficient in ending consonant sounds will increase from 87% to 95% by Nov. 30th as measured by the October common assessment, page 2.


3 formative assessments

3. Formative Assessments

  • “Form” the summative assessments

  • Regular or gradual assessments

  • Used to guide instruction

  • Local assessments

  • Anecdotal information

  • Helps to group students

  • Helps to identify students who need remedial help

  • Helps to identify students who need enrichment


4 test scores

4. Test Scores

Reading

mATH

Percent Proficient

Grade 392.6%

Grade 497.2%

Grade 597.1%

Grade 689.6%

Percent Proficient

Grade 392.8%

Grade 499.9%

Grade 5100%

Grade 6100%

ITBS, Based on National Percentile Rank

Fall 2009


5 reading

5. Reading

  • Guided Reading – all grade levels

    • Small group instruction

  • Literature Circles – grades 3-6

    • Alignment with Comprehension Strategies

  • Shared Reading – large group instruction

  • Working With Words

  • Literature Work Stations / Centers

  • The Daily Five

  • The CAFÉ Book


Strategies that work

Strategies That Work

  • StrategyLit Circle Role

  • ConnectionsClever Connector

  • VisualizingVivid Visualizer

  • InferringIncredible Inferrer

  • QuestioningQualified Questioner

  • Determining Magnificent Mapper

    Importance

  • SynthesizingSystematic Summarizer


6 math

6. Math

  • Whew!

  • Everyday Math – new adoption

  • Struggles and Challenges

  • “I do think that our kids are learning WAAAY more than before.”

  • Still working on consistency

  • Implementing with fidelity

  • Parents (and students) have been very patient!


7 science

7. Science

  • Eight years with current text book

  • Added VAST kits from AEA

  • Hands-on prepared kits

  • 1stBalance and Motion

  • 2ndHabitats

  • 3rdWater

  • 4thStructures of Life

  • 5thVariables

  • 6thMixtures and Solutions


8 special needs programs

8. Special Needs Programs

  • Three different levels

  • Level I – Resource

    • Mrs. Kendra Yaddof

  • Level II – Self-Contained with Integration

    • Mrs. Stephanie Dougherty

  • Level III – Including students with autism

    • Mrs. Bridget Robbins

    • ABA and ABLLS


9 technology

9. Technology

  • New Mac Lab, replaces 8 year old lab

  • Wireless Lab w/22 lap tops

  • Promethean Boards in grades 4-6, and Library

  • Ongoing training

  • Mrs. N. Youngbauer

    • TAG, Future Problem Solving, Battle of the Books, Spelling Bee, AS Website, MA program


10 staff

10. Staff

  • Very dedicated and committed staff


Questions

Questions?


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