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Data Teams -Dr. Terry Croy Lewis (E.D./Principal) -Kelle Bongard (Dean of Students) -Michele Garver (Director Of Assessment) -Candace Beasley (Data Team Coordinator ). High Point Academy. 2010/2011 Student Population PreK-8 th grade – 530 students. High Point Academy.

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Data Teams

-Dr. Terry Croy Lewis (E.D./Principal)

-Kelle Bongard (Dean of Students)

-Michele Garver (Director Of Assessment)

-Candace Beasley (Data Team Coordinator)

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High Point Academy
  • 2010/2011 Student Population
    • PreK-8th grade – 530 students
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High Point Academy
  • 2010/2011 Categoricals
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High Point Academy
  • Introduction and Planning for Data Team Implementation
  • Feb. 2010: CLCS conference
  • March 2010: Family Satisfaction Survey
  • April 2010: Developed 2010/2011 calendar and revised school hours (approved by Governing Board)
  • Feb. – June 2010: Data Team Leaders/Teachers trained
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High Point Academy
  • Stakeholder support/emphasizing the importance
    • Governing Board: update quarterly
    • Parents – keeping them informed
      • Informational Parent Tours
      • Weekly newsletter
      • Monthly HPA Perspective
      • Volunteer Trainings/Coffee with the Principal
      • Acknowledging their sacrifice
how it started at hpa
How it Started at HPA
  • Spring of 2010
    • Attended trainings (4-5 instructional staff)
  • Summer of 2o10
    • Certified trainer training (Candace and Kelle)
  • August 2010
    • Whole staff training on data teams and importance of why we are implementing (Candace and Kelle)
  • September 2010 - Current
    • First data team meetings (twice a month since then)
data teams at hpa
Data Teams at HPA
  • Teams
    • Grade level with at least one instructional aid and a specials teacher (exception-middle school = one whole group)
    • Average size = 4 people
  • Sacred time
    • 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 2-4 pm (early release days)
    • No other meetings, time off granted, etc.
    • If need to cancel (snow day for example), teams are required to make up the time before the next set meeting
  • Support
    • If more time needed, we find coverage.
successes
Successes
  • Teachers are collaborating on more than just reading
  • Sense of community has been formed
  • Parents and teachers realize importance of tracking student growth/achievement
  • NWEA winter scores showing improvements in reading/language usage
challenges next steps
Challenges/Next Steps
  • Few staff who are still not seeing importance of data teams/not taking it seriously
  • Middle school team
    • Expanding middle school team
  • Training new staff
  • Student buy-in
  • Focus for next year?
    • Mid year math results do not compare to reading and language usage