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  1. Mead Junior High Kyle Loudermilk, Math Department Chair Linda Walser, Acceleration Coach Liz James, Acceleration Coach Jaclyn Basak, Language Arts Teacher Jillian Sagan, Principal

  2. Enrollment and Demographics • Enrollment 2013-2014: • 7th graders: 308 and 8th graders: 362 • Total: 672 • Demographics 2013-2014: • 58% White, 5% Black, 12% Hispanic, 22% Asian, 3% 2 or more races • IEP: 5.5% ELL: 3.0% FRL: 12.6% • Enrollment 2012-2013: • 7th graders: 348 and 8th graders: 308 • Total: 656 • Demographics 2012-2013: • 59% White, 3% Black, 12% Hispanic, 20% Asian, 4% 2 or more races • IEP: 6.5% ELL: 4.0% FRL: 10%

  3. Past Data: 2011-2012 Fall-Reading Exceeds: 35.26% Tier I: 50.55% Tier II: 9.2% Tier III: 2.18% • Spring-Reading Exceeds: 44.15% Tier I: 48.99% Tier II: 5.62% Tier III: 1.09% • Fall-Math Exceeds: 41.81% Tier I: 41.34% Tier II: 11.54% Tier III: 3.28% • Spring-Math Exceeds: 47.58% Tier I: 37.91% Tier II: 10.45% Tier III: 0.16%

  4. Past Data: 2012-2013 • Fall-Reading Exceeds: 32.62% Tier I: 46.95% Tier II: 10.82% Tier III: 2.29% • Spring-Reading Exceeds: 42.07% Tier I: 48.93% Tier II: 7.77% Tier III: 1.22% • Fall-Math Exceeds: 37.5% Tier I: 46.95% Tier II: 10.82% Tier III: 2.29% • Spring-Math Exceeds: 47.87% Tier I: 41.16% Tier II: 8.23% Tier III: 2.74%

  5. Current 2013-2014 DataStudents Meeting/Exceeding • Fall Reading: Exceeds: 32.93% Tier I: 52.57% Tier II: 12.39% Tier III: 2.11% Winter Reading: • Exceeds-35.79% (217) • Tier 1- 51.88% (346) • Tier 2- 10.08% (78) • Tier 3- 1.8% (14) • Fall Math: Exceeds: 38.07% Tier I: 48.97% Tier II: 10.57% Tier III: 2.4% Winter Math: • Exceeds-37.44% (250) • Tier 1- 49.77% (321) • Tier 2- 9.62% (68) • Tier 3- 3.01% (16)

  6. Building Focus 40-65%tile • After winter MAP we analyzed the data and noticed our primary focus needs to be meeting the needs of our Tier 1 and Exceeds students • All teachers given class lists with students that fell into that range • Teachers and Departments created action steps to provide targeted instruction to those students within the class • Science- small group pull out • Seating arrangements • Guided groups comment and questioning cards • DOK questions in all content areas

  7. Collaboration • Team Time (every other Wednesday) • Department Time (at least 2 times per week) • Acceleration Teachers: (once a week) • Language Arts: • Tuesday/Thursday: What and How • Wednesday: Common Assessment • Math: • Tuesday/Thursday: level specific • Tuesday: identify key objectives for the following week to be covered in Math Acceleration

  8. Acceleration- Language Arts • Ratio 1:8 • Offered throughout the school day • Students below the 40thtile on MAP • Adjustments to student schedules after each MAP test • Mirrors Balanced Literacy and has a direct connection to objectives in LA classroom • Mondays- Nonfiction text to support and build background knowledge in Social Studies and Science

  9. Literacy Acceleration Grouping Based on MAP Percentile • 1st-19thpercentile: (intense intervention) • 20th-40th percentile: (individual classes grouped by similar percentile ranks)

  10. Alignment in Action • The Language Arts Acceleration teacher will use appropriate, leveled materials to support the common core aligned skill. • The “I Can” statement that is written for the Language Arts class is repeated in all Language Arts Acceleration classes.

  11. Language Arts Acceleration Lesson Template

  12. Literacy Acceleration Breakdown(3x a Week)

  13. Literacy Acceleration Breakdown(2x a Week)

  14. Acceleration-Math • Ratio 1:8 • Offered throughout the school day • Students below the 40thtile on MAP • Adjustments to student schedules after each MAP test • Mirrors Balanced Math and has a direct connection to objectives in Math classroom • Numeracy-Preview-Review

  15. Course Expectations

  16. BALANCED MATH INSTRUCTION TIME MANAGEMENTGrades 7-8DAILY 40-MINUTE BLOCK

  17. Winter Data for Acceleration Students Literacy Acceleration: 46 out of 74 kids (62%)- have met or exceeded growth target Math Acceleration: 43 out of 72 kids (60%)- have met or exceeded growth target

  18. Operation Excel • 3 times a year after school • Target specific kids for enrichment • Extension on core curriculum • Session One: • 60%-68% for Literacy • Highest percentile for each math class level (710, 715, 810, 930, 830) • Session Two: • 71%-85% for Literacy and students NOT expected to meet growth targets • Highest percentile for each math class level (710, 715, 810, 930, 830) and students NOT expected to meet growth targets • Session Three: • 55%-63% for Literacy • Highest percentile for each math class level (710, 715, 810, 930, 830) and students NOT expected to meet growth targets

  19. Acceleration at Mead • All students in LAX or MAX are hand-scheduled • LAX and MAX are offered when many other electives are offered so students can transition back into an elective with minimal disruption to their entire schedule when they are ready to exit an acceleration class • LAX is offered at the beginning and end of the day • Language arts concepts are on a week to two week cycle so acceleration does not necessary need to occur before their LA class • MAX is offered in the first 3 periods of the day and 2 are offered at the end of the day • Most success is seen when students are able to have their MAX class before their math class

  20. Questions?