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  1. CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN Montgomery County Elementary School Mount Vernon-Ailey, Georgia 2011-2012

  2. Making C hildren E xceptional S tudents

  3. Demographic Data 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  4. Historical Academic Data 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  5. Historical Academic Data 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  6. Historical Academic Data 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  7. 2010-2011-95% at Level 2 & 3

  8. 2010-2011-83 % at Level 2 & 3 *

  9. 2010-2011-76% at Level 2 & 3 *

  10. 2010-2011- 86% at Level 2 & 3 *

  11. 2010-2011- 85% at Level 2 & 3 *

  12. 2010-2011- 82% at Level 2 & 3 *

  13. 2010-2011-99% at Level 2 & 3

  14. 2010-2011- 90% at Level 2 & 3

  15. 2010-2011- 100 % at Level 2 & 3

  16. 2010-2011- 98% at level 2 & 3

  17. 2010-2011- 95% at Level 2 & 3

  18. 2010-2011-67% at Level 2 & 3 *

  19. Strategic Objective I: Student Achievement Objective 1: Student Mastery of Curriculum Objective 2: Student Success Objective 3: Effective Instructional Program 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  20. Objective 1: Student Mastery of Curriculum Initiatives: a: To improve reading, language arts, math, and science achievement for all students. b: To increase awareness of individual student needs through quality instruction and assessment. c: Improve Kindergarten achievement on the Georgia Kindergarten Inventory of Developing Skills (GKIDS) d: Improve student performance on the 3rd and 5th grade state writing assessments. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  21. Initiative a: To improve reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies achievement for all students. • Action Steps: • Pacing guides aligned with Georgia Performance Standards (GPS), DOE Unit Plans, and core series adding science and social studies for 2011-12 • Professional Learning (Staff Development) including the introduction to the Common Core Standards in ELA and Math • Reading First continued implementation • School Improvement Strategies – walk-throughs, modeling of instruction • Benchmark assessments for all tested subject areas • Data Analysis • Weekly school-wide formal writing practice 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  22. Initiative a: To improve reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies achievement for all students. • Performance targets: • AYP, Title I Distinguished School • K students ready for 1st grade • Grades 1 and 2 at Level 2 & 3 on CRCT • 2011-Reading 94%, 96% Math 92%, 88% *Actual • 2012-Reading 97% Math 93% • 2013-Reading 98% Math 95% • Grades 3 – 5 at Level 2 & 3 on CRCT • 2011-Reading 95%, 86%, 99% Math 76%, 82%, 100% • 2012 Reading 99% Math 100% • 2013 Reading 99% Math 100% 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  23. Initiative b: To increase the awareness of individual student needs through quality instruction and assessment. • Action Steps: • Formative assessments, benchmarking, and progress monitoring • Analyze assessment data • Assign interventions, as needed (Headsprout, Destination Reading and Math, EIP, eLaborate interventions, small group instruction, and teacher initiative through RTI. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  24. Initiative b: To increase awareness of individual student needs through quality instruction and assessment. • Performance targets: • Improvement in pre-, post- assessments. • Increase in DIBELS scores K-6 • Increase in MCLASS Math scores K-3 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  25. Initiative c: Improve Kindergarten achievement on the GKIDS Action Steps: • Prescribed interventions through EIP and homeroom activities • Develop cross curricular activities between pre-K and kindergarten Performance targets: • Increased recognition of Dolch Sight Words • Increased mastery of Pre-K Content Standards Checklist

  26. Initiative d: Improve student performance on the 3rd and 5th grade state writing tests Action Steps: • Provide professional development and support with the Four Square school-wide writing program • Incorporate writing activities across the curriculum • Use writing rubrics in 2nd-6th grades to support DOE domains • Provide additional writing support and enrichment during “eLaborate” • Implement weekly school-wide writing practice every Wednesday Performance targets: • Increased writing scores at stages 3 or higher

  27. Objective 2: Student Success • Initiatives: • a: To provide intervention programs to increase student achievement. • b: To provide all students with world-class academic and extra-curricular activities. • c: To increase the percentage of K-5 students reading on grade level. • d: To increase percent of third and fifth grade students achieving at Level 2&3 on Reading andMath CRCT. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  28. Initiative a: To provide intervention programs to increase student achievement. • Action steps: • Refined small group instruction. • Intervention and Enrichment segment – eLaborate. • Analyze assessment data at regular points to determine continuance, need for change in instructional strategies through RTI • Saturday School remediation before CRCT 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  29. Initiative a: To provide intervention programs to increase student achievement. • Performance targets: • Increase post-assessment benchmark scores, 2-6 for reading, math, language arts, science, and social studies • Increase CRCT scores 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  30. Initiative b: To provide all students with world-class academic and extra-curricular activities. • Action steps: • Cultural programs, field trips, performances in school, activities • Enrichment activities: eLaborate, computers, art, music, physical education • Academic competitions: Young Georgia Author’s Competition; District Science Fair; District math, spelling, and writing competitions 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  31. Initiative b: To provide all students with world-class academic and extra-curricular activities. • Performance targets: • Increased experiences, backgrounds, world-view • Ultimate increase in standardized testing scores 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  32. Initiative d: To increase percent of third and fifth grade students achieving at Level 2&3 on Reading and Math CRCT. • Action steps: • Small group, needs-based instruction • Increased number of intervention opportunities 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  33. Initiative d: To increase percent of third and fifth grade students achieving at Level 2&3 on Reading and Math CRCT. • Performance targets: • Increased percentage of students meeting or exceeding the standard in reading. • Increased percentage of students meeting or exceeding the standard in math. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  34. Objective 3: Effective Instructional Program Initiative a: To close the achievement gap by utilizing research-based instructional strategies. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  35. Initiative a: To close the achievement gap by utilizing research-based instructional strategies. • Action steps: • Analyze data, specifically sub-groups • Provide instruction as indicated by CRCT, formative assessments, with special attention to sub-groups • Isolate skills not mastered and provide individualized instruction • Collaborate to develop effective instruction • Use computer technology to aid instruction 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  36. Initiative a: To close the achievement gap by utilizing research-based instructional strategies. Performance targets: 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  37. Objective 4: Effective Students Support Services Initiative a: To fully utilize all available student support services 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  38. Initiative a: To fully utilize all available student support services. • Action steps: • Develop and implement Response to Intervention (RTI) strategies and incorporate into Pyramid of Intervention • Professional learning for regular ed teachers about teaching students with disabilities • Increase co-teaching opportunities 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  39. Initiative a: To fully utilize all available student support services. (cont’d) • Action steps: • Provide guidance to students in K-5 through character ed, personal and social growth, and students achievement • Increase enrichment for identified gifted students • Provide media related programs: AR, Georgia Book Nominations, Read Across America, Scholastic Book Fairs, Author Study during eLaborate, GMME morning program, weather station updates • Hold elections and implement a student council with 6th grade officers and 5th grade reps. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  40. Initiative a: To fully utilize all available student support services. • Performance targets: • Decreased number of students to reach Tier 3 (SST) of the Pyramid of Intervention • Increased selections in media center • Increase number of community volunteers and mentors- (Hold PTO officer elections to establish a formal PTO.) • Student recognition • Classroom guidance, presence 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  41. Strategic Objective II: Personnel Objective 1: Personnel Initiatives: a. To recruit, train, and retain highly qualified staff. b. To provide continuous and effective professional learning experiences to ensure high level and improved level of student achievement. c. To nurture positive staff relationships and positive environment in the work place. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  42. Initiative a: To recruit, train, and retain highly qualified staff. • Action Steps: • Recruit from local colleges and universities • Improve the evaluation/coaching process 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  43. Initiative a: To recruit, train, and retain highly qualified staff. • Performance Targets: • Increased qualified applications • Positions recommended and approved by April of prior fiscal year • Evaluation and coaching element reflected in annual evaluation • All teachers/paraprofessionals highly qualified 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  44. Initiative b: To provide continuous and effective professional learning experiences to ensure a high level and improved level of student achievement. Action Steps: • Continue professional learning activities previously implemented through the Reading First Grant • Utilize RESA consultants • Encourage teachers to attend professional learning activities that support achievement needs 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  45. Initiative b: To provide continuous and effective professional learning experiences to ensure a high level and improved level of student achievement. Performance targets: • Attainment of achievement goals in all curricular areas 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  46. Initiative c: To nurture positive staff relationships and a positive environment in the work place. Action Steps: • Continue to celebrate/recognize important occasions of faculty and staff (birthdays, weddings, births, sickness, tragedy • Look for opportunities to provide job satisfaction i.e. – luncheons, awards, certificates, duty-free lunch 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  47. Initiative c: To nurture positive staff relationships and a positive environment in the work place. Performance targets: • Increased job satisfaction • Increased participation in school related/sponsored events • Increased attendance 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  48. Strategic Objective III: Public Trust – To build public trust and confidence in the school district by actively involving all stakeholders in the decision-making, problem solving, and school governance process. • Initiatives: • a: To improve educational experience for students. • b: To nurture and encourage a more active parent teacher organization. • c: To communicate activities, student achievement, student accomplishment, teacher success, and school performance to community and surrounding interested parties. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  49. Strategic Objective III: Public Trust • Action steps: • Form a formal PTO with elected officers • Positive feedback to stakeholders • Positive postcards sent home every Wednesday • Implement Parent Portal via Infinite Campus-parents • can access their child’s grades, attendance etc. • Positive PR efforts: newspaper, radio, television, school • generated newsletters, website, school sign 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  50. Strategic Objective III: Public Trust • Performance targets: • Positive student/parent/teacher relationships • High attendance at parent teacher organization meetings, programs. • Materials to support student learning and elementary school experience. • Presence of parents and other stakeholders on campus and in support of school/student needs. 2011-12 MCES CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN