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  1. Swainsboro Elementary SchoolAYP Report

  2. Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) • 8.10% • 8.10% • 8.10% • 8.10% • 8.10%

  3. Percentage increase necessary for Math 2010: All students: 3.5% Black: 16.9% Hispanic: 8.8% White: (12.2%) SWD: 29.4% Econ. Dis.: 9.0%

  4. 6.70% • 6.70% • 6.60% • 6.70%

  5. Percentage increase necessary for Reading/ ELA 2010: All students: (7.5%) Black: .6% Hispanic: (8.8%) White: (17.10%) SWD: 23.3% Econ Dis: (5.10%)

  6. SES is in Safe Harbor for Blacks and SWD in CRCT Math Scores SES is in Needs Improvement Year One and must offer Public School Choice or Supplemental Education Services SES did not make AYP in SWD in CRCT Reading/ELA Scores

  7. SES Trends: • Struggle with SWD • Blacks and Econ. Dis. Performance is marginal Implications: • Leading indicators - % of Blacks and Econ. Dis. that passed CRCT is below AMO for 09-10 school year • Without intervention, SES will not make AYP for these subgroups next year

  8. Plans and Strategies: • Create list of high risk students based on data • Use Tiger Time to offer remediation and acceleration of high risk students • Teachers will develop plans to reflect differentiation activities for these students • Online Assessment Benchmarks and Grade level Benchmarks will be used to create fluid groups during Tiger Time to focus on high need areas

  9. Each Teacher will be given their individual 3 year trend data to set goals for 09-10 school year • School focus will be standards based classroom and class keys • Based on class keys self assessment, staff will pick 6 class key elements to focus on during 09-10 • Continue standards based classroom training • New lesson plan format will accentuate class keys • Peer observations and walk throughs will be used to reinforce class keys

  10. SES Focus – Key Kids • SWD • EIP • Students who consistently fall into DNM categories on CRCT

  11. Interventions • Writing detailed prescriptive plan for each Key Kid which addresses each content domain • Provide additional support for Key Kids during Tiger Time – 7:30 to 8:00 in Learning Labs • ROAR Time ( Roll Out And Read ) 8:05 to 8:20 • All facility members will be involved • AR logs kept and signed by students, teachers, parents • Percentage of reading must be non-fiction

  12. Work with Parent Resource Center on providing training for parents on ways to help at home • Increased use of manipulatives in math • Increased reading and writing across the curriculum • Develop homework hotline • Link to website • Phone hotline

  13. Provide PLCs to focus on research based strategies and interventions to use in classroom • Examining student work • Using Thinking Maps • Developing and Implementing more rubric assessments

  14. Continuously monitor attendance • Enforce truancy protocol • Evaluation: • Key Kids will be assessed weekly on Fridays using math probes, DIBELS, reading probes • Reports will be pulled from PLATO, OAS, Study Island, AR, AM to determine progress made in identified weak areas of focus • Instruction will be adjusted accordingly