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Welcome Back! Francisco Sepulveda Middle School & Gifted/HA Magnet. Kimberly Noble Principal Tuesday, September 6, 2011. Getting off to a good start. Norms for Our Learning We agree: to be present to focus on students to value each other’s input to listen to understand

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welcome back francisco sepulveda middle school gifted ha magnet

Welcome Back! Francisco Sepulveda Middle School & Gifted/HA Magnet

Kimberly Noble

Principal

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

getting off to a good start
Getting off to a good start . . .

Norms for Our Learning

We agree:

  • to be present
  • to focus on students
  • to value each other’s input
  • to listen to understand
  • to learn from one another
introduction
Introduction

Welcome New Staff

slide4

Embrace learning rather than teaching as the fundamental purpose of your school.

Richard DuFour

leadership as practice our charge
Leadership as Practice: Our Charge

Our charge is to fundamentally improve the interaction between the teacher and the student to create critical thinkers prepared to participate in a diverse and complex society.

celebrations
Celebrations!

GREAT GAINS!

sepulveda ms data
Sepulveda MS Data

2010 2011

  • API 709 716
  • ELA 6 39.6 31.6
  • ELA 7 41.2 43.2
  • ELA 8 36.6 41.9
  • MATH 6 37.3 34.3
  • MATH 7 36.2 39.8
  • Algebra 61 27.3
  • Algebra R 29.3 0
  • Geometry 93.5 91.2
  • Display the CDE document
lausd core beliefs
LAUSD core beliefs

All Youth Achieving

  • Start with families
  • Families are our partners
  • Success in the classroom
  • Diversity is our strength
  • Effective teaching, leadership and accountability are the keys to our success
our lausd vision
Our LAUSD Vision

Every LAUSD student will receive an education in a safe, caring environment, and every student will be college-prepared and career-ready.

our lausd mission
Our LAUSD Mission

LAUSD will provide high quality instruction and a coherent and rigorous curriculum in every classroom to facilitate student learning and achievement.

lausd theory of change
LAUSD Theory of change

We envision an organization where we know every child and adult by name and face and we personalize the learning experience for all students and staff.

board of education goals
Board of EducationGoals
  • 100% Graduation
  • Proficiency for All
  • 100% Attendance
  • Parent and Community Engagement
  • School Safety
performance management
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

Performance management is an on-going, systematic approach to improving results through evidence-based decision-making, continuous organizational learning, and a focus on accountability for performance.

performance management1
peRFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
  • The regular and systematic use of performance measures to facilitate organizational accountability, improvement and decision-making.
  • Continuous/ongoing review of data
  • Commitment to specific action plans for improvement
  • Regular follow up
  • Monitoring of change over time
  • Everyone who can impact the result is present for the discussion of the result
my beliefs
My Beliefs

Believing in Others (Distributed Leadership)

Relationships

Transparency

Civility for All

Focus on Behaviors Rather Than Beliefs

Make It Cool to Care

core values
Core Values

Learner-centered: Constructivism

Team Building

Collaboration: Trust and Growth Mindset

Transformation

Reflection

Accountability

Safety: Physical and Emotional (Trust)

sepulveda ms focus
Sepulveda MS focus
  • Data-Driven Decision Making
  • Culture of Direct Observation, Critical

Analysis and Two-Way Accountability for

Improvement of Instructional Practice and

Performance

  • Mentoring Matters (Calibrate, Consult,

Coach, Collaborate)

  • Good first teaching and differentiation
sepulveda ms focus1
Sepulveda MS focus

Performance Meter Goals, including:

  • Algebra
  • Reclassification
  • ELA: Grades 7 (6 & 8)
  • Math: General Math and Geometry
expectations

Expectations

Standardand Objective

The Agenda

Current Student Work

The Rubric for Culminating Tasks is posted with student work

Word Walls

access strategies
ACCESS STRATEGIES

SIX INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES THAT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE for English Learners/Standard ELs AND ALL STUDENTS:

Instructional Conversations

Graphic Organizers

Cooperative Learning: Think Pair Share

Academic Vocabulary

SDAIE

Design Lessons

local district 1 sepulveda ms focus
Local district 1 SEPULVEDA MS focus

Meet Modified Consent Decree Outcomes

  • Outcome 2:Performance in Statewide Assessments
  • Outcome 4: Completion Rate
  • Outcome 7A: Least Restrictive Environment (LRE): Other Disabilities
  • Outcome 7B: LRE Multiple Disabilities
  • Outcome 13: Service Delivery:
    • Degree to which the District is delivering services as stated in the child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) in frequency and support
accountability
Accountability
  • Skillful use of data, including MyData
  • Use of formative and summative data, with a focus on periodic assessments
  • Academic Growth of Learners
critical reminders
CRITICAL REMINDERS
  • Observe line/staff
    • Contact your Principal first
  • Faculty Meetings: Mandatory
  • PD Meetings: Mandatory
  • Check email regularly
  • Check Sepulveda Website regularly
  • All communication requires Principal’s initials
critical reminders1
CRITICAL REMINDERS
  • Child Abuse Online Training/Reporting
  • Williams and Text Books
  • Sign In and Sign Out
  • Certification of Illness/Non-Illness Forms
  • Fundraising and Field Trips
  • Single Plan for Student Achievement will be rewritten for ALL schools
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"Individually, we are one drop.”

“Together, we are an ocean.”

Ryunosuke Satoro

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