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  1. CELEBRATE SUCCESS MAJOR MILESTONES OF 2002-2003 DIVISION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES: OFFICE SUCCESSES

  2. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT

  3. Employees in the Office of School Improvement • Steve McBride • Dale McVicker • Vicki Moss • Dan Zirkle

  4. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT • Transfer of instructional materials adoption responsibilities to Dan Blackwood • State Board approval of the School Improvement Memorandum of Understanding • Student achievement gains in 20 of 21schools targeted for technical assistance • Improved student attendance in six of seven schools that had been designated as seriously impaired due to poor students attendance

  5. INSTITUTIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

  6. Employees in the Office of Institutional Education Programs • Pam Abston • Frank D. Andrews • Ann Brewster • PrestonBrowning • Duane Maxey • Jane Taylor • Mary Ellen Walker • Fran Warsing • Pam Wright

  7. INSTITUTIONAL EDUCATION • Received national accreditation at Anthony Correctional Center, Davis Center and the West Virginia Industrial Home for Youth • Applaud Mark Hedrick -Correctional Education Association Regional Teacher of the Year • Implemented a writing assessment program in institutions • Trained Juvenile and Youthful Offender Program instructional staff on the content standards • Opened a new education program in the Lakin Correctional Center for Women • Received commendations and high marks from the Division of Technical and Adult Education for adult education and career and technical education programs in institutions

  8. SPECIAL EDUCATION

  9. Employees in the Office of Special Education • Robin Bolling Dee Braley • Ghaski Browning Annette Carey • Lorraine Ciambotti Francie Clark • Nancy Drake Mary Pat Farrell • Janice Hay Ginger Huffman • Denise Husson Kay Johnston • Sherry Keffer Ruth Ann King • Kathy Knighton Pam Carte Maynard • Sandra McQuain Vicki Mohnacky • Mary Nunn Linda Palenchar • Jim Parker Erica Pates • Judy Robertson Betsy Scott • Brenda Stewart Jacqui Young

  10. SPECIAL EDUCATION • IDEA Summit • Responsible Students Through Positive Behavior Supports • Project RIDE • Title I-IDEA Collaboration • State Improvement Plan

  11. INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS / ESL

  12. Employees in the Office of International Schools / ESL • Amelia Courts • Debbie Ray • Shizue Niwano, Mami Itamochi, Daisuke Sugimoto, Wakako Kato, Chie Mukai, Eriko Akamatsu, Sayuri Kasumoto

  13. INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS / ESL • Developed formula-based Title III grant process to counties with LEP students • Approval by WVBOE of Policy 2417 – Programs of Study for LEP Students and Standards for English Language Proficiency • Developed and piloted NCLB mandated test of English proficiency for LEP students • Sponsored ESL cadre of certification for approximately forty teachers across West Virginia

  14. INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES

  15. Employees in the Office of Instructional Services • Mary Baldwin Deborah Blake • Deborah Brown Keith Butcher • Connie Carpenter Doug Cross • Karen Davies Becky Derenge • Debra Doss Sharon Flack • Judy Halloran Terri Hammond • Deborah Harki Murrel Hoover • Jay Johnson Cathy Jones • Beverly Kingery Larry Lamb • Richard Lawrence Julia Lee • Marquita Miller Carol Paxton • Sherry Sadler Pam Smith • Jan Stanley Carla Williamson

  16. INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES • Adoption of Content Standards!! • Design of professional development by Master Trainers • Use of Reading Cadre to support reading research symposium, reading academy, county professional development, and school research study groups. • Completion of K-3 Informal Mathematics Assessment pilot • Use of regional planning meetings to build capacity for Project MERIT • Kenova, Confidence and Wayne Elementary Schools nationally recognized by Title I • Passage of Policy 2525, setting standards for high quality pre-k programs • Publication of middle level cadre vision for high-performing middle grades schools

  17. STUDENT ASSESSMENT SERVICES

  18. Employees in the Office of Student Assessment Services • Jan Barth • Carrie Christy • Beth Cipoletti • Judy Feil • Terri Harvey • Bobbi Jo Hoff • Beth Judy • Dennis J. Kennedy • Paul “Hank” Kirk • Shirley McGraw • Terri Myers • Gloria Sample • Kris Smith • Brenda West

  19. STUDENT ASSESSMENT SERVICES • Administration/Scoring of SAT–9 and return of results to counties • Administration/Scoring of Writing Assessment • Administration/Scoring of Alternate Assessment • Development of West Educational Standards Test (WESTEST) and End-of-Course Exams • Administration/Scoring of the Character Education Writing Contest • Design Item Bank Website

  20. STUDENT ASSESSMENT SERVICES • Student Assistance Team Training • Implementing the Character Education Program Initiative • Major Policy Revisions: - Attendance - Student Code of Conduct - Comprehensive Development Guidance and Counseling

  21. CELEBRATE SUCCESS! 2003-2004 DIVISION GOALS

  22. DIVISION GOALS 2003-04 • Develop division-wide procedures with training regarding daily operating procedures • Create a schedule for policy review/ revisions • Create a coordinated integrated system to build capacity for school improvement

  23. CELEBRATE SUCCESS! SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

  24. SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS • Mary Baldwin • Bill Luff • Ira Keller • Claudia Jones

  25. Collaborative Successes!

  26. Accountability Workbook • Student Assessment Services • Instructional Services • Karen Huffman, Professional Preparation • Kenna Seal, Education Performance Audits • Nancy Walker, WVEIS

  27. Vocational Programs and Institutional Education Programs • Adult and Technical Education – • Stan Hopkins

  28. Master Trainers • Instructional Services • Special Education • Student Assessment • Technology—Sharon Gainer Donna Landin Sarah Lyons

  29. Master Trainers • Student Services and Health Promotion– Lenore Zedosky Melanie Purkey Reneé Hodges Brenda Freed

  30. MAJOR MILESTONES… Thank you for your part in helping the Division achieve these Major Milestones!

  31. A simple, one-word test to detect whether someone is on the road to becoming a leader— That word is… WE!