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Florida Education: The Next Generation DRAFT. March 13, 2008 Version 1.0 . East Gadsden High School 2012-2013 SIP Peer Review Dr. Kimball Thomas, Principal Rebecca Gaines, APC Andy Gay, AP Maurice Stokes, AP. RTI/DATA Leadership Team:. Dr. Kimball Thomas, Principal Rebecca Gaines, APC

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florida education the next generation draft

Florida Education: The Next GenerationDRAFT

March 13, 2008

Version 1.0

East Gadsden High School


SIP Peer Review

Dr. Kimball Thomas, Principal

Rebecca Gaines, APC

Andy Gay, AP

Maurice Stokes, AP

rti data leadership team
RTI/DATA Leadership Team:
  • Dr. Kimball Thomas, Principal
  • Rebecca Gaines, APC
  • Myra Grant, Reading Coach
  • Melvin Flores, Science Coach
  • Rhonda Cunningham, Math Coach
  • Curtis Richardson, SIG Coordinator
  • Shirlean Thomas, Guidance Chair
  • Linda Thomas, ESE Specialist
  • Miguel Mizano, ESOL
  • Anthony James, Behavior Specialist
  • DimitricSalters, Dropout Prevention Coordinator
  • Renee Presha, CTE
  • EGHS is a rural school in Havana , FL. It has a student population that fluctuates between 850-900 students. A student race demographic of 95% Black;4 % Hispanic and 1 % other and a 85% free/reduced lunch population. The school since 2003 has never been graded higher than a D, even though its shown considerable school improvement of the last several years. EGHS is currently a Differentiated Accountable (DA) School and a member of the Florida Rural Turnaround Leadership Project based on previous school grades trend data. EGHS has the only Law Enforcement Academy in the state, two STEM programs in Plant Bio Technology and Medical Skills.
  • Students’ Collective Commitment:
strengths weaknesses
  • Strengths:
  • Leadership
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • School Culture-High Expectations
  • RtI/PDCA Cycle
  • Weaknesses:
  • Parent Involvement
  • Fidelity
  • Stereotypes( school culture/expectations)
2010 2011 high school accountability points
2010-2011 High School Accountability Points
  • Please Note:
  • All components are percentages. Those components weighted twice as much as others reflect a calculated percentage that is doubled (e.g., School X has a 75% at risk graduation rate – School X earns 150 points (75*2) for that component in Version A).
  • As recommended by the Central Florida Coalition, initially, acceleration participation will be weighted twice as much as acceleration performance. However over a 5 (or 3) year period, the weighting will be adjusted so that eventually both participation and performance will be weighted equally (150 points each).
  • All component values are capped at their maximum values. That is, if a school earns points in excess of the total for a particular component – through the growth adjustment or the escalating weights in the acceleration components – the school will receive the maximum points for that component.
rti strategies
RTI Strategies:
  • Tier 1: Instruction of core curriculum (Whole Group-all students)
  • Tier 2: Small Group Instruction (reiteration/remediation)
  • Tier 3: One-on-One Intervention (intense)
  • Note: EGHS classroom instruction is Differentiated that allows for the mobility of students to ensure RTI with fidelity.
common core implementation strategies
Common Core Implementation Strategies
  • Summary of Implementation Process:
  • East Gadsden will fully implement Common Core Standards by 2014-2015 by conducting an initial Professional Development Faculty Workshop on August 8 & 9, 2012-2013 school year during a preplanning Summit. During this summit the following will be presented and discussed: What are Common Core Standards, Why and How they are being implemented and When and what will be the elements of full compliance. Summit will also include the PDA cycle with respect to continuous development and discussion of Common Core Standards until full compliance in 2014-2015. The district’s plan for Common Core implementation and school-level support will be discussed during the summit as well as identifying key members of the District’s support team that will assist in the implementation process. A calendar of full implementation for the 2014-2015 school year will be developed by the CCSS Implementation Team and distributed accordingly to all pertinent faculty/staff and district personnel.