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  1. Maximizing Opportunities For Success Octorara Area School District: Focused on Learning OASD Annual Report October 14, 2013

  2. OASD SCHOOL PERFORMANCE PROFILE SCORES

  3. Focus on: Achievement and Attendance

  4. Focus On: Growth = or near 0: 1 year’s predicted average growth > 0: exceeded 1 year’s predicted average growth < 0: less than 1 year’s predicted average growth

  5. Jesse’s Annual Growth Compared to Predicted Average Growth: Age 3: +8 Age 4: +4 Age 5: -3 Predicted Average Growth forJesse Yearly Average Growth for Boys Age 3: 3 ft 2 in Age 4: 3 ft 8 in Age 5: 3 ft. 11 in

  6. Focus On: Growth = or near 0: 1 year’s predicted average growth > 0: exceeded 1 year’s predicted average growth < 0: less than 1 year’s predicted average growth

  7. OASD SCHOOL PERFORMANCE PROFILE SCORES • Indicators of Academic Achievement • Indicators of Closing the Achievement Gap (2014-15) • Indicators of Academic Growth • Other Academic Indicators • Extra Credit for Advanced Achievement

  8. Focus on: Working Harder • AYP—since 2003 the OASD has made AYP except for 2004; 2005; 2012 • In response: • Defined Curriculum via Curriculum Mapping • Research-Based Programs • Math and Literacy Consultants • RTII to address intervention and remediation

  9. Focus On: Doing Things DifferentlyLearning Focused Schools 2011--Essential Question: What do administrators and teachers need to know and do differently to increase learning? 2012—Transforming Standards into Learning 2013—Connecting Exemplary Practices in Acquisition Lessons

  10. Teacher Centered: Planning for the Teaching Student Centered: Planning for the Learning

  11. Focus On: Doing Things DifferentlyPlanning for the Learning

  12. OASD SCHOOL PERFORMANCE PROFILE SCORES

  13. Balanced Achievement Schools: Students at Balanced Achievement ADVANCED ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PROFICIENT (Grade Level) BASIC ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ BELOW BASIC Typical Schools: Students not at Balanced Achievement

  14. OASD: A LEARNING FOCUSED SCHOOL Research-Based Instruction Comprehensive Literacy K-12 Catching Kids Up Assessments Standards Driven Curriculum Consistent and Pervasive Adapt, Don’t Adopt Leadership for Learning Continuous Improvement The Balanced Achievement Model MAXIMIZING OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUCCESS

  15. Maximizing Opportunities For Success • Rigorous and Relevant Curriculum • Elite Instructional Practice Learning Focused Schools Target Areas of Improvement by Year B.R.A.V.E.S. =Years 1, 2 =Years 3, 4 • OASD: Focused on Learning

  16. OASD: Focused on Learning Find this presentation and links to the SPP Scores at: http://www.octorara.org.k-12.pa.us Or Explore all PA SPP Scores at: http://www.paschoolperformance.org Education Committee Meeting: October 28th, 6:00 PM, OASD District Office QUESTIONS?