Elementary School Improvement Planning 2010-2011.
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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> Elementary School Improvement Planning 2010-2011 </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> Elementary Presentation Overview Curriculum / Instruction/ Assessment Reading Math Science Caring School Community Programming Student Services Early Childhood Individual schools </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> Reading Year in review K-3 Task Force Focus on comprehension and fluency 3-5 Advisory Articulate a balanced, manageable 3-5 reading curriculum that bridges the K-2 reading curriculum Year in preview K-3 Task Force Focus on vocabulary and management 3-5 Form Task Force Focus on coherence and integration of curriculum Survey of staff to identify current reading practices and PD needs Visits to reading programs in other districts Identification of effective reading programs and practices Purchase of materials for piloting </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> Mathematics Accomplishments : *Pacing Guides Updated *Grading Guides Created *MAP Math Roll out to grades 3-4 *Math PD around Assessment and supplementation *Beginning Math Data meetings with Grade Level Teams in Spring 2010 *Tier III resources being selected with special education staff input *Completed work with the Kindergarten and Early Childhood Task Force to create a developmentally appropriate K Curriculum *Strengthened relationship with School Specialty Publishers and EDC. *Successful use of FASTT Math, with increased wireless availability. </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Science Focus on consistent, current and effective science curriculum for grades 3-5 among the three schools Utilize on-line resources for virtual experiments and scientific exploration Expand Science Task Force web page to share common resources and materials Create common end of unit assessment questions Infuse non-fiction leveled text at grade levels Create common vocabulary units K-5 </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> Mathematics FY 11 Tasks: *Deliver Parent Breakfast/Parent Night around Mathematics *Search for Grant money possibilities for Challenge Math Groups/ Clubs *Roll out MAP Math to grades 1,2, and 5 *Continued work with data around benchmarks, MAP, and MCAS *Search for other Tier II interventions (beyond FASTT Math) *Invite math groups/centers in to provide PD on mathematic strands *Continued use of Think Math! as core curriculum </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> In a Caring School Community, students learn to take responsibility for their own learning and behavior. They also learn the values of fairness, helpfulness, caring, and respect Funds for materials WCF, WEF, MTCF Professional Development Grant Leadership teams Align Anti-bullying practices with legislation Joint work with PTOs and Site Councils across the district The Caring School Community </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> Student Services Year in review: Continuum of district wide special education programs. Academic and Inclusion support all elementary schools Autism- ABA program model - Hosmer & Preschool Learning Support Class Hosmer, Lowell & Preschool 2-3 Language Based Class - Hosmer & Lowell WCAP Task Force - Response To Intervention K-2 K-2 Building Based Data Teams MAP assessments in Reading K-5 and Math 3-5 K-2 Tier 2 Reading intervention (Fundations) </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> Student Services Year in Preview Maintain and grow special education program models. Primary Learning Support Class Cunniff Intermediate Autism-ABA model - Hosmer Social Emotional support program Hosmer Expand K-5 Building Based Data Teams & data driven instruction Continue K-5 MAP Reading Assessments 3 times year Expand MAP Math Assessment Grade 2-5 Systematize data collection (Ipass, Data Warehouse) Explore and implement alternative ELL and Sheltered English Instruction models </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> Early Childhood Year in Review Maintained accreditation standards Aligned ELA and Math Preschool-K curriculum and assessments Implemented Creative Curriculum Year in Preview PreK-3 alignment project focus on vocabulary development Develop plan to address early literacy achievement gap Implement Preschool literacy curriculum OWL Define Family & Community Engagement Center </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> Principal Coffees Grade Level Curriculum Coffee (Math) District wide elementary Learning Support program (neurodevelopmental) Electronic newsletters and communications </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> Hosmer Elementary School School protocols School Community Communication Before-After School Enrichment Programs School Environment Build school community connections </li> <li> Slide 13 </li> <li> Support Enrollment Challenges Multi-age classrooms at PreK-K and K-1 4/5 programming changes Student Services Maintain Return Reading Position to Intervention Services Home-School Communication and Support </li> </ul>
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