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“. Principal Summit Scott Walker- Principal October 16, 2012. Bear valley Elementary API: Overall . AYP : ELA 2010 - 2012 . % of students scoring prof or adv on CST . AYP : math 2010 - 2012. % of students scoring prof or adv on CST . El proficient / advanced.

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Principal summit scott walker principal october 16 2012

Principal Summit Scott Walker- PrincipalOctober 16, 2012



Ayp ela 2010 2012
AYP : ELA 2010 - 2012

% of students scoring prof or adv on CST


Ayp math 2010 2012
AYP : math 2010 - 2012

% of students scoring prof or adv on CST



El classification
EL Classification

  • Plan in place to identify, by name, students that are stuck or have negative movement to increase awareness and focus attention on these student

  • Conference with classroom teacher/ELD teacher/sped teacher


Performance band movement ela
Performance band movement - ELA



Top 3 reasons for success

1. Used data and information from common assessments, Study Island, and DIBELS to analyze and reteach

2. Used PLCs to collaborate/ articulate next steps, in respect to analyzing data, re-teaching/ reflecting, incorporating best teaching strategies.

3. Used Technology PLC to address the use of technology in the classroom

Top 3 reasons for success!



Top 3 action steps
Top 3 action steps

  • 1. Bear Valley Team will use Benchmark Assessments/ Scope and Sequence, and new EADMS Reports to identify what is working and not and strategically plan for re-teaching at each grade level.

  • 2. Professional Educational Leaders will be using PLCs to collaborate/ articulate next steps, in respect to analyzing data, re-teaching/ reflecting, incorporating best teaching strategies.

  • 3. Bear Valley is having educational workshops for parents in both Math and Language Arts by grade-level to discuss overview of Power-standards, Frontload information on upcoming cycle Assessments, and educate parents with technology to assist their children at home.


Focus of walk throughs
Focus of Walk-throughs

  • 1. When planning as a grade-level, teachers will ensure their Classroom environment has a mirrored Daily schedule, to ensure EL time, UA time, Intervention time is met within the school day.

  • 2. Teachers are continuously planning/ creating/ reflecting on learning environment such as LA and Math Focus walls. Students use Focus walls as visual support/ reference to master academic vocabulary. Teachers have posted power standards/ objectives to confirm what is being taught and why, with daily activities of small groups, centers, and differentiated instruction supporting the daily objectives.

  • 3. Teacher planning is reflected by the use of technology, Smart board lessons, organizational templates, and engaging best teaching strategies to promote student achievement

    Check and Monitor scope and sequence/ Look for DII Lessons

  • 1. Are teachers aligned with scope and sequence, (administrator to question progress)

  • 2. Are teachers re-teaching/ reflecting on best teaching strategies and differentiating instruction

  • 3. Is the principal questioning how teachers are driving instruction and how/or why they are using instructional strategies.



Monitoring eld
Monitoring eld

1. Teachers will collaborate to provide ELD / UA

rotations (within classrooms). Teachers will become familiar with CELDT levels, Reclassification Criteria & Monitoring R-Feps

2. Filter CST / Benchmark / AR / Report Card data for

ELL students & discuss with administrator @ PLCs

3. Teachers will utilize ELL student scores showing

sub skills and strands & use information for

interventions


Mitigating drop out rate

1. Ambitious goal = get 3rd graders at or

above proficiency in reading, use DIBELS with

grades K-5

2. Use tutors for intensive interventions for enriching Proficient through Advanced

3. Collaborate with Mountain View Middle School on their studentsuccess

Mitigating drop out rate


Improving attendance reducing suspensions and expulsions

1. Bear Valley Principal will Conduct home visits to communicate concerns of student attendance/ Behavior, I will use our Bear Valley school liaison to conduct SARB Meetings and offer parent workshops on helping improve student attendance. These workshops are to educate parents on the importance of attending school daily and our liaison will conference with administrator on student attendance weekly.

2.. Having trimester assemblies with staff and students to discuss behavior and celebrate students with good attendance and behavior, ensuring we celebrate the students who have regular attendance and good behavior at Bear Valley.

4. Have educational workshops on “Bullying” for students and staff with our school counselor to bring awareness and consequences to bullying.

Improving attendance & reducing suspensions and expulsions