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Mount Zion Cluster Celebrations and Annual Report. Goals Highlights Opportunities for Growth August 20, 2013. Mt. Zion Schools Demographics. Mostly rural 3 schools: Mt. Zion Elementary, Mt. Zion Middle, Mt. Zion High School Enrollment: 1,310 students K-12 Economically disadvantaged: 72%

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Mount zion cluster celebrations and annual report

Mount Zion Cluster Celebrations and Annual Report

Goals

Highlights

Opportunities for Growth

August 20, 2013


Mt zion schools demographics
Mt. Zion Schools Demographics

  • Mostly rural

  • 3 schools: Mt. Zion Elementary, Mt. Zion Middle, Mt. Zion High School

  • Enrollment: 1,310 students K-12

  • Economically disadvantaged: 72%

  • SWD: 14%

  • Gifted: 7%

  • ELL(ESOL): 3.3%



Mt zion elementary school goals
Mt. Zion Elementary School Goals

Student Achievement

  • Improve student achievement in all grade levels while implementing CCGPS and GPS with fidelity

  • Increase percentage of exceeds on CRCT in core content areas

  • Decrease the achievement gap of SWD on the CRCT

    Stakeholder and Community Engagement

  • Increase Parental Involvement

  • Increase Business Partners

    Efficient and Effective Processes

  • Increase use of technology by teachers and students

    Continuous School Improvement

  • Provided additional collegial planning for CCGPS implementation to improve student achievement


Mt zion elementary school highlights
Mt. Zion Elementary School Highlights

Academics

  • Title I Distinguished School

  • Highest 5th grade Writing scores in the district

  • 55% of our 3rd grade students exceeded expectations in Reading

  • 69% of our 5th grade students exceeded expectations in Math

  • 50% of our 5th grade students exceeded expectations in Science

  • 86% of our Students with Disabilities met expectations in Math

  • MZE hosted its first summer STEM camp


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Mt. Zion Elementary School Highlights

Academics

  • 5th grade Writing Assessment scores were highest in the district

  • 97% of 5th graders met expectations in Math

  • 90% of 5th graders met expectations in Science

  • 88% of 5th graders met expectations in Social Studies

  • 97% of 5th graders met expectations in ELA

  • 94% of 5th graders met expectations in Reading

  • Scores in all content areas for 5th graders increased

  • Increase in SWD scores in 4th and 5th grade Math


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Mt. Zion Elementary School Highlights

Other Highlights:

  • Volunteer hours increased from 2,245 hours to 5, 374

  • Business Partners increased from 11 to 23


Mt zion elementary opportunities for growth
Mt. Zion Elementary Opportunities for Growth

Student Achievement

  • Continue to work to close the achievement gap with SWD students

  • School-wide initiative for Daily Spiral Review in Math

    Student and Stakeholder Engagement and Involvement

  • Increase the opportunity for extra-curricular activities for students

    Efficient and Effective Processes

  • Increase technology in the special education and gifted classrooms

    Continuous School Improvement

  • Expect Success


Mt zion middle school goals
Mt. Zion Middle School Goals

Student Achievement

  • Improve student achievement in all grade levels and core content areas by teaching the CCGPS and GPS with fidelity

  • Increase percentage of exceeds on CRCT in core content areas

  • Decrease the achievement gap between student subgroups on the CRCT

    Stakeholder and Community Engagement

  • Increase Parental Involvement and Volunteer hours

  • Increase Student Volunteer Hours

  • Reestablish an active Parent Teacher Organization

    Efficient and Effective Processes

  • Increase access to and use of technology by students and teachers

    Continuous School Improvement

  • Offer a quality learning experience for all students with the emphasis on having GREAT processes, procedures, people, and services


Mt zion middle school highlights
Mt. Zion Middle School Highlights

Academics

  • Increased CRCT scores in 13 out of 15 areas from 2012 to 2013

  • 6th grade CRCT scores increased in Exceeds category in ELA, Reading and Math

  • 7th grade CRCT scores increased in Reading, ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies

  • 7th grade CRCT scores increased in Exceeds category in Reading and Math

  • 8th grade CRCT scores increased in Reading, ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies

  • 8th grade CRCT scores increased in Exceeds category in Reading and Math

  • 98% of 8th graders passed CRCT in Reading

  • 100% of students taking the High School Physical Science course in 8th grade passed the EOCT

  • Students in Flexible Learning Math Program increased CRCT Math scores from 0% passing to 72% passing


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Mt. Zion Middle School Highlights

Extracurricular and Fine Art Activities

  • State winner in the Nutrition Advisory Council Art Contest-Nicole Morris

  • Eagles Softball team were Champions of the WGMSAC Small School Division

  • Eagles Boys’ Basketball team were Champions of the WGMSAC Small School Division

  • Eagles Baseball team placed 2nd in WGMSAC Small School Division Championship

  • Carroll County School District Spelling Bee Runner Up-Dennis Bailey

  • Art student was selected as the State Winner and placed 2nd in the nation in Bus Safety Poster Contest-Mark Jarrell

  • Jessica Lusk was elected for and participated in District Honor Band


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Mt. Zion Middle School Highlights

Other

  • Established an Eagles Serving Others program allowing students to volunteer at Mt. Zion Elementary

  • An active Parent Teacher Organization was reestablished

  • Math/Science Night and Literacy Nights were hosted by the Mt. Zion Cluster

  • Mt. Zion Middle hosted its first annual Fine Arts Night and Technology Night

  • Parent volunteer hours increased from 100 hours to 450 + hours in 2013

  • 100% of classrooms at Mt. Zion Middle are equipped with 21st century technology

  • Mt. Zion Middle has a One to One iPad initiative for students at school

  • Implemented BYOT for all students


Mt zion middle opportunities for growth
Mt. Zion Middle Opportunities for Growth

Student Achievement

  • Continue to increase student achievement as measured by meets and exceeds on the CRCT

  • Continue to decrease achievement gaps between subgroups

  • Increase number of advanced opportunities for students

    Student and Stakeholder Engagement and Involvement

  • Continue to increase parental involvement opportunities

  • Improve parent/school communication

    Efficient and Effective Processes

  • Increase student use of technology in the classroom

    Continuous School Improvement

  • Expect Success!!!!


Mt zion high school goals
Mt. Zion High School Goals

Student Achievement

• Improve student achievement on the EOCT

•Increase the number of students exceeding on the EOCT

Stakeholder and Community Engagement

  • Improve Stakeholder Involvement and Satisfaction—Strive to be GREAT

    Efficient and Effective Processes

  • Increase student engagement through the use of technology


Mt zion high school highlights
Mt. Zion High School Highlights

  • Exceeds rates increased on 4 out of 6 EOCTs

  • Academic Team won the Carroll County Academic Meet

  • 32% of our students scored a 3 or higher on the AP exam—a 6% increase from last year

  • 93% of our 9th graders are on track for graduation


Eagles rise up
Eagles Rise Up!

  • Softball Team placed 3rd in the State

  • Football team were sub region champions with a record of 6‐4

  • Ashton Robinson was the Wrestling State Champion at 106 lbs

  • Wrestling team placed 4th in State Team Duals


Continuous school improvement
Continuous School Improvement

  • 97% of students agree that the administration and teachers set high expectations for them

  • 94% of students and parents believe they are offered a quality education at Mt. Zion High

  • IPads were issued to students who earned all A’s for the second year

  • Successful plant sale by our agriculture students


Mt zion high school opportunities for growth
Mt. Zion High School Opportunities for Growth

Student Achievement

Continue to implement the CCGPS with fidelity

Continue to push our students to exceed

Student and Stakeholder Engagement and Involvement

Efficient and Effective Processes

Continuous School Improvement



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