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Intensive Summer Literacy Program Kindergarten - Third Grade. Davenport Community School District. Introductions. Shaney Ford- Out of School Time Program Manager and Stepping Stones Beth Evans- District Reading Specialist Tarrah Parrish- District Data Team and RTI Specialist. Testimonials.

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introductions
Introductions

Shaney Ford- Out of School Time Program Manager and Stepping Stones

Beth Evans- District Reading Specialist

Tarrah Parrish- District Data Team and RTI Specialist

testimonials
Testimonials
  • “I really enjoyed working with the students and staff and feel that we made a difference for these kiddos to start a little stronger in reading for the year.” Amy Skinner
  • “I have learned a lot and I LOVED being able to work with younger grade levels for the summer!” Cheryl Butz
components
Components
  • Timeline
  • Funding
  • Student identification
  • Assessment
  • Staffing
  • Professional Development
  • Curriculum
funding
Funding
  • No program fee
  • Braided funding streams
  • Accessing community partners
    • Field trips
    • YMCA Wrap care
  • Breakfast and lunch
student identification
Student identification
  • District level data pull with winter benchmark data
    • Invitations went out to any students that were Well Below or Below on the winter DIBELS benchmark
    • Buildings were also provided opportunities to invite students that may not have been identified in the initial data pull
  • Kick-off events @ Putnam/IMAX
assessment
Assessment
  • DIBELS spring score compare to DIBELS fall score
  • Progress Monitoring with 95 Percent Group-matched to student intervention
  • Data Team formative assessment in writing
  • Lexia Core5 - ongoing assessment without testing
  • DORA
staffing
Staffing
  • Teacher coordinator - monitoring instruction and student progress at the site
  • Classroom teachers - teaching whole group and small group reading, writing, and high-frequency or vocabulary.
  • Intervention teachers - pushing in to teach small group PA or Phonics
  • Literacy para - supporting classroom teachers and monitoring Lexia rotation
  • PE teacher or para - providing time for physical education
  • Enrichment teacher - working with students in extension activities
professional development for literacy components
Professional Development for Literacy Components
  • 1 ½ days with curriculum specialists and curricular resources
    • Training on resources
    • Organization of resources
  • ½ day of teacher time in classroom
    • organizing resources
    • planning for first day
curriculum used
Curriculum Used
  • 95% group intervention at student deficit skill
  • Whole group read alouds with high frequency words/vocabulary and comprehension practice
  • PWIM writing cycle
  • Lexia
  • Enrichment
  • PE
  • Reading homework
how curriculum was used
How curriculum was used
  • Literacy paras

were used to support

whole group writing

and Lexia (during

their PE block)

challenges
Challenges
  • Attendance
    • Students
    • Teachers
  • Timely and accurate data collection
  • Home Connections
  • Student identification
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