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  1. Gretchen Everhart SchoolSchool Improvement Plan Public Hearing September 13, 2011

  2. School Improvement Plan Look what we have accomplished! and what we hope to accomplish!

  3. Our SIP for2011-2012 The SIP is in the Differentiated School Accountability Format as mandated by the State of Florida Uses goals in: Reading Writing Math Science Attendance Parent Involvement and aims for improvements over last year’s scores

  4. Changes in how scores were reported • Students scores are in one of three levels/categories: • Emergent (1-3) • Achieved (4-6) • Commended (7-9) Most of our students are Emergent

  5. Reading End of Year Results: • 14% of Everhart students assessed in reading by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 3 – 10) achieved a level 4 or higher in order to attain adequate yearly progress. • 80% of the students in the school made gains in reading as assessed on school wide reading assessments Next Year’s goal utilizing “Safe Harbor” 23% of Everhart students assessed in Reading by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 3 – 10) will achieve a level 4 or higher.

  6. Writing End of Year Results: • 4% of Everhart students assessed in writing by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 4, 8 & 10) achieved a level 4 or higher. • 50% achieved a level 3 or higher! Next Year’s goal: • 14% of Everhart students assessed in writing by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 4, 8 & 10) will achieve a level 4 or higher as evidenced by the Florida Alternate Assessment Report results.

  7. Math End of Year Objective: • 7% of Everhart students assessed in mathematics by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 3 – 10) achieved a level 4 or higher in order to attain adequate yearly progress. Next year’s goal utilizing “Safe Harbor”: 17% of the students tested on the FAA (grades 3-10) will achieve a level 4 or higher.

  8. Science End of Year Results: • 9% of Everhart students assessed in science by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 5, 8 & 10) achieved a level 4 or higher. Next year’s goal: 18% of Everhart students assessed in science by the Florida Alternate Assessment (grades 5, 8 & 10) will achieve a level 4 or higher as evidenced by the Florida Alternate Assessment Report results.

  9. Florida Alternate Assessment: • Takes into consideration the 3 access point levels • Participatory Level • Supported Level • Independent Level • Performance Task Approach • Allows students to work across levels to their fullest potential

  10. Grades tested same as FCAT • 3rd Reading Math --------- --------- • 4th Reading Math Writing --------- • 5th Reading Math --------- Science • 6th Reading Math --------- --------- • 7th Reading Math --------- --------- • 8th Reading Math Writing Science • 9th Reading Math --------- --------- • 10th Reading Math Writing --------- • 11th ---------- ------ --------- Science

  11. When? F.A.A. Test Administration window is from: January 9th – Feb. 24th FCAT is: Feb. - Writing March - Reading / Math and Science

  12. Attendance Goals • Average daily attendance of students at Everhart is 88.32% • Next year: 90% or more • 56% were absent for 10 days or more • Next year: 50% or less • 18 students wil excessive unexcused tardies • Nest year: 15 students or less

  13. Parent Involvement • 75% of the parents will be in attendance at their child’s IEP meeting • Attendance at school sponsored activities will have at least 10 parents or more.

  14. We are a part of Leon County School’s Accreditation Process Self studies involved in the process help us better determine the direction of our school and ultimately will impact our School Improvement Plan which is a critical component of continuous improvement

  15. Vision Statement in a few words Striving for quality of life... one student... one success at a time

  16. Comments / Ideas? Stay tuned…….. the School Advisory Council will meet: Tuesday, September 20th 6:00 – 7:00 to approve the Plan for the year

  17. Recruiting S.A.C. Members If you would like to serve on the School Advisory Council for Everhart We could use you! Please let one of us know! We need people to represent our diverse school population! We also need D.A.C. Representatives (District Advisory Council)

  18. Thank You! Thank you for participating in the Public Hearing of the Gretchen Everhart School School Improvement Plan for 2011-12