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STUDENT-CENTERED SUPPORT SERVICES. J.E.Hill-Sampson L. Freedman Middle School School District of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA. Diane E. Hathaway, Principal Aliya Catanch-Bradley, Literacy Coach Pamela T. Anderson, Learning Support Teacher.

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j e hill sampson l freedman middle school school district of philadelphia philadelphia pa

STUDENT-CENTERED SUPPORT SERVICES

J.E.Hill-Sampson L. Freedman Middle SchoolSchool District of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

Diane E. Hathaway, PrincipalAliya Catanch-Bradley, Literacy Coach

Pamela T. Anderson, Learning Support Teacher

j e hill sampson l freedman middle school be proactive
J.E.Hill-Sampson L. Freedman Middle School“Be Proactive”
  • School Type - Magnet
  • Size - 278 Students
  • Geographic Location - Urban School in Philadelphia
  • Assessments - Terra Nova, PSSA, Gates, WRAP, Star Reading/Math, Benchmark Assessment
  • Other - Special Needs Population, Early Childhood Population
school district of philadelphia be proactive
School District of Philadelphia“Be Proactive”
  • 270 Schools - Twelve Geographic Regions
  • 180,000+ Students
  • 12,000+ Teachers
  • State takeover in December 2001/SRC
  • 2002-2006 PSSA gains in scores have been increasing or have been maintained
  • Reform initiatives yield positive impact
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Challenges of Meeting a Child-Centered Environment

“Be Proactive”

  • Lack of Resources
  • Varied Instructional Ability Levels
  • Lack of Unified Curriculum
  • Parent Education
  • Student Work Ethic
  • Communicating Data
core curriculum be proactive
Core Curriculum“Be Proactive”
  • Need for Equity and Coherence
  • Provides Alignment
  • Detailed, Prescriptive: What, How, When
  • Six Week Chunks/PSSA Checkpoints in Week 2 and 4
  • Benchmark Assessment and Analysis in Week 5 Remediation, Enrichment, Re-teaching in Week 6
assessment begin with the end in mind
Assessment“Begin with the End in Mind”
  • Baseline data to assess varied ability levels
  • SchoolNet
  • Principal dashboard
  • Communicating data
  • Student self-monitoring
crossing the digital divide first things first
Crossing the Digital Divide“First Things First”
  • Bridging the Achievement Gap
  • Modeling and Exposure to Excellence
  • Enhance Instruction
  • Remediation, Review and Enrichment
  • Powerful Twenty-First Century Tools
philadelphia our extended classroom promotion of natural ability think win win
Philadelphia - Our ExtendedClassroomPromotion of Natural Ability“Think Win-Win”
  • Teacher’s - “The Greatest Resource”
  • Student Experiences
  • Accelerated Program for all Students
  • Resources of the City
  • Arts Program
  • Broad Spectrum of Special Needs Population
the teenage brain seek first to understand
The Teenage Brain“Seek First to Understand”
  • Adolescence is a Pivotal Time
  • Student Work Ethic
  • Novelty and Structure
  • Informed Rules and Guidelines
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Diverse Arts and Sports Programs
building community seven habits of highly effective teens seek first to understand
Building Community - Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens“Seek First to Understand”
  • School-Wide
  • Mission Statements
  • Formation of Positive Habits
  • Model for Excellence
  • Goal Setting
compensation of areas of inherent disadvantage or fragility synergy
Compensation of Areas of Inherent Disadvantage or Fragility“Synergy”
  • Students as Stakeholders
  • Coordinated Student Services
    • CSAP
    • Guidance Classes
    • Medical Services
a structured organized comprehensive middle school program synergy
A Structured/Organized Comprehensive Middle School Program“Synergy”
  • Ease of transition
  • Community vs. institution
  • Student self exploration and development
  • Support and structure
summary points renewal
Summary Points“Renewal”
  • Key Learning's

1. Vision and Leadership are Essential

2. Sense of Community

3. PDSA: Plan, Do, Study, Analyze

  • Challenges Still Ahead

1. Raising the Bar - Continuing Excellence

2. Continue to be Agents of Change and Renewal

3. Doing More with Less