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# Template for the Principal’s Mid-Year Report 2010-2011 PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Template for the Principal’s Mid-Year Report 2010-2011. Springport, Middle School Math. Please note this is only a template so feel free to add or do your own PowerPoint as long as it addresses the requirements. What is Your Goal?.

Template for the Principal’s Mid-Year Report 2010-2011

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## Template for the Principal’s Mid-Year Report2010-2011

Springport, Middle School Math

Please note this is only a template so feel free to add

or do your own PowerPoint as long as it

• School Improvement Goal: All Springport Middle Schools Students will be proficient in mathematics by 2014 MEAP.

### One Objective from the Plan

• Measurable Objective: All Springport Middle School Math Staff with support of SMS will work to increase students’ proficient and advance levels for all 6th through 8th grade students as measured by the Fall 2011 MEAP so that students with disabilities increase: 6th -5%, 7th -14%, and 8th-15% and students without disabilities increase:6th-2%, 7th-2%, and 8th-5% by focusing on GLEC’s that concentrate on rational number computations found within the Strand of Numbers and Operations

Strategy 1: All Math Teachers will align 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math curriculum to the GLEC’s and implement lessons based on the alignment.

### Evidence of Action

• Options for Evidence:

• Achievement Data with Analysis – pretests, unit tests, state/national tests, other assessments

• Perception Surveys with Analysis – teachers, staff and students

• Video Observations –teacher & student interviews, walk-through notes/documentation

• Student Work – writing samples, projects, anecdotal reflections connected to the goal

• Other Tangible Products – Lesson Plans, newly created assessments, etc.

• Pick one or more of the suggested quality evidence pieces above to share; you may add more!

### Is It Working?

Is the objective implemented to the expected level based on the plan?

How many teachers are currently participating in the physical implementation of the objective out of the “total expected”? All three Middle School math teachers are implementing the objective.

What is the average amount of time each teacher is utilizing the objective based on the expected amount? The math department meets one day each marking period to align the GLEC’s to the lessons we will teach and to develop pre/post assessments.

Are the students making progress based on the original goal?

What shifts have occurred in the students’ perceptions based on survey results? (This should be quantitative facts and could also include qualitative responses)

What shifts have occurred in the students’ achievement based on the specific skills outlined in your goal? (This should be quantitative facts only)

Based on the above reflection, articulate the correlation between the objective implementation and the overall success of your student goal.

### What’s Next?

• What specific Action Steps from your plan still need to occur to implement EACH objective to the original expectations designed in the plan?

• Strategy 2 : All Math Teachers will attend a minimum of one Math Professional Development on Numbers and Operations during the school year excluding participation at MAMSE.