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  1. School Improvement plan Mid Year Report 2013-2014 School Year

  2. Teacher Mentoring program/plan • Teachers are paired by department/ PLCs • New teacher orientation guide is being updated • One on one coaching: Peer observation • Professional Development Strategies

  3. Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) • OT is continuing with the development of a support system for teacher and student achievement in areas of: • Retention • Completion • Industry Certification/ Licensure • Job/ Career Placement Components of the MTSS • Intervention Team • Reading Coach • Data Team Purpose: Focus on student achievement in attaining their individual goals.

  4. Systems used by leadership Team • Measures to monitor MTSS and SIP: • Reading coach: Help to support reading across content areas • Professional Development sessions • Professional Learning Communities • Chairpersons’ Meetings: Address curriculum, instruction and student achievement issues • Data Meetings

  5. Dual Enrollment and Adult StudentsIndividualized Intervention Plan • Developed a computer based monitoring system • This system will identify how well student is progressing • Track student progress • Identify if additional intervention is needed • Monitor: No change, improvement, revise intervention strategy if indicated

  6. Monitoring the Effectiveness of this Strategy • New database will collect data and analyze for effectiveness. • Notices will be sent to students, teachers and parents to update progress • Reassessment/ utilization of other strategies if not progressing • Remediation Team • Provide after school remediation and/or on-line monitoring • Task is to assess student program, provide student, teachers and parents with periodic updates on remediation progression or initiate other strategies to ensure success

  7. TABE Remediation Reminder Notice _____ You have not logged in to either of the TABE Remediation online programs at all. _____ You have not logged in for the minimum time designated (at least 3 hours a week). _____ You are remediating, but you have not obtained the minimum scores that show progression. NOTE: Your parent/guardian will be notified of your inactivity or lack of progress after the second notice. TABE REMEDIATION REMINDER NOTICE _________ NOTICE The Week of: _____________________ Name: _____________________________________________________ OT Program: ________________________________________________

  8. Mid Year Remediation Results • There were 124 Dual Enrollment Students who participated in the on-line remediation program to improve FCAT and TABE scores • Forty-eight (48) of the 124 (39 %) have completed remediation and passed all areas of the TABE as of mid-year. • Fifteen Dual Enrollment Students have received Industry Certifications during the first semester

  9. Extended Learning Programs • Strategy Description • On-line after school student remediation in improve TABE and FCAT scores • Supervised working electronic/ digital student center • Adequate supplies for extended home study • Field trip opportunities • Monetary compensation for online instructional hours after regular duty day • Provide “Real World” simulation • Dual Enrollment Students: More teacher, student, parent communication • Skills USA involvement

  10. Parent Involvement • Fifty three (53) Parents participated in OT Fall Open House • Nineteen (19) Parents attended our first CTE Saturday • Spring Parent/ New Student Information Session – Date TBA

  11. Literacy Leadership Team • Literacy Leadership Team: • GED Instructor • 2 ESOL Instructors • Reading Coach • Early Childhood Education Instructor • Assistant Director • Functions: • The team will identify needs of students and teachers • Provide support in needed areas

  12. Literacy Leadership Team Initiatives for Spring 2014 • Purpose: Improve basic reading, reading across content, increase LCPs/ OCPs attainment. Increase completion and GED attainment. • Establishment of a Library in individual classrooms • Compiled Literacy websites • GED teachers help to increase GED attainment • Develop a Scholastic book fair on campus: Research options

  13. College and Career Readiness • Established a Career Services Department • Career Services Specialist: Provides individual assistance and classroom presentations on: Post-secondary options, employability skills, and relevant community resources. • Career Pathways: Provides new GED students with career planning resources including Florida CHOICES, Financial Aid, Tech Center tours • Perfect Interview • CS specialist serves on community boards specific to career attainment • Remediation courses • Clinical Sites: Real world experiences • Parent meetings for duals

  14. College and Career Readiness (continued) • Skills USA • Guest Speakers • Volunteering • Encourage professional organizations program specific membership • Program Certifications • National Technical Honor Society/ Academic Honor Society • Cross Program Visits (AGE and ESOL): Intra and inter-campus - OT, MFT, WPT, WT