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<ul><li><p>San Francisco Unified School District</p><p>723</p><p>DRAFT</p><p>1. School Description (see SARC)</p><p>2. Analysis of Current Conditions</p><p>3. School Vision Statement</p><p>4. School Site Priorities</p><p>5. School Activities</p><p>6. Educational Programs</p><p>School Site Plan for </p><p>George R. Moscone Elementary School</p><p>Table of Contents</p><p>2001-2002</p></li><li><p>Introduction: Analysis of Current Conditions (Needs Assessment)George R. Moscone Elementary School723</p><p>2001/2002</p><p>All staff and Parents looked at the Spring 00 Standford 9 , SABE, IWA, ABC and 3rd grade Math Assessment. This took place at formal staff meetings,SSC/Parent meetings, Parent Conferences and Professional Development days. Jim Stack at Research &amp; Evaluation worked with the Principal and staffon analyzing content clusters in Stanford 9 data. We concluded that Reading Comprehension (Critical Analysis) should be our area of focus for ELLstudents in Grades 3,4 &amp; 5. The IWA also showed the same targeted ELL 4th grade students.</p><p>Process for Data Analysis</p><p>Parent / Teacher surveys indicate a need to involve and educate parents in the Site Plan process and the core curriculum . Analysis of the SAT 9 and IWAdata indicates a need to improve and expand teaching strategies for delivering differintiated instruction to all students in order to improve readingcomprehension, especially with ELL students in grades 3, 4 &amp; 5.</p><p>Academic/Performance</p><p>page 1printed on 7/9/2001</p></li><li><p>Introduction: Analysis of Current Conditions (Needs Assessment)George R. Moscone Elementary School723</p><p>2001/2002</p><p>Moscones API for the total school went from 715 in 99 to 801 in 2000. The two major disagregated grops of students demonstrated significant growth:Asian : 832 to 860 Latino : 637 to 747 Socially Disadvantaged : 710 - 802. Our 1999 API ranking was an 8 and in 2000 we are a 9. Both years weranked a 10 on similar schools. Our Math and Reading scores were equally high.</p><p>Areas of Success/Progress/Achievement</p><p>After the staff analyzed the test data by content clusters, we decided to focus on improving strategies for ELL students in grades 3, 4 &amp;5 in readingcomprehension. In addition, Moscone did not test all ELL students in 2000 but we are testing ELLs in 2001. There is a need to train teachers inReciprocal Teaching and Strategies that Work techniques in order to improve our delivery of instruction to all students.</p><p>Areas of Concern</p><p>page 2printed on 7/9/2001</p></li><li><p>Introduction: Analysis of Current Conditions (Needs Assessment)George R. Moscone Elementary School723</p><p>2001/2002</p><p>Moscones Reading Recovery/ DLL / Literacy Group Program has contributed to our improved achievement. This program addresses and provides ourstudents and teachers with an early/ primary intervention program for both English Speakers and ELL students. In addition, the K - 2 grade teachers allparticipated in a site-based developed program in phonics and the State Results program. All these programs have contributed to academic success for allstudents. The Wellness School Grant has also provided Moscone with the services of a part time nurse and counselor. Classroom/ group observationsand surveys validate the success of this program in helping to meet the individual needs of all students.</p><p>Current Programs</p><p>page 3printed on 7/9/2001</p></li><li><p>George R. Moscone Elementary School</p><p>Vision StatementSchool Year: 2001/2002</p><p> Students will acquire the necessary skills for academic success and be able to apply these skills appropriately to daily life experiences. All students will develop their ability to pursue individual interests and enable them to achieve their full potential. Students will develop self esteem, and understanding and respect for individual similarities and differences and a sense of personal and social responsibility.</p><p>printed on 7/9/20015/2/2001Modified on</p></li><li><p>Action Plan OverviewGeorge R. Moscone Elementary School</p><p>Priority Area Objectives Measures Major Benchmarks</p><p>723</p><p>School Year: 2001/2002</p><p>I. Academic Achievement:Significantly increase academicachievement and learning for allstudents, including closing theachievement gap, based on the2000-2001 achievement data. Focusmust be on reading and mathematics asmeasured by the Stanford 9Achievement tests and otherassessments as appropriate.</p><p>Moscone will meet its API targets forall students in reading comprehensionand math and AA, ELL, L, students willperform at national average or makesignificant growth.</p><p>SAT 9 IWA ABC ResultsAssessments</p><p>* Quarterly Review of student workfolders and progress reports* Quarterly review of running recordsand rubric graded writing papers* Monthly Principals classroomobservations on reading comprehensionstrategies</p><p>II. Academic Achievement: Ensurethat all students have access to acomprehensive education by providinga high-quality program of studies in theCore Curriculum areas(English/language arts, mathematics,science, social studies) visual andperforming arts, health and physicaleducation, world languages, andschool-to-career and technicalprograms where appropriate.</p><p>All students will participate in therequired number of minutes in eachcontent area and teacher lesson planswill reflect the use of adoptedinstructional materials for all studentsand address the Content andPerformance Standards for allstudents.</p><p>SAT 9, IWA, ABC test results andStudent work portfolios</p><p>* Monthly review of teachers lessonplans and class schedules* Quarterly review of Student workfolders* Monthly review of schedules andrecords of SSTs* Quarterly review of attendance sheetsand agendas of ProfessionalDevelopment Activities</p><p>III. Initiatives to ImproveInstruction: Improve the instructionaldelivery to all students using bestpractices for student learning asreflected in Focus on Learningrecommendations (PQR/WASC,Compliance (CCR), whole schoolreform models, schoolwide programs,school-based curricular, instructional,or programmatic improvements.</p><p>All students will meet their API targetsfor reading comprehension or showsignicant improvement and all teacherswill attend Professional Developmenton improved reading comprehensionstrategies.</p><p>SAT 9, IWA, ABC tests and teacherslesson plans</p><p>* Quarterly observations by Principal ofReading Recovery and literacy grouplessons* Monthly Principals review ofteachers lesson plans and classroomobservations* Attendance sheets and agendas fromProfessional Development activity</p><p>6/7/2001Date Modifiedprinted on 7/9/2001 page 1</p></li><li><p>Action Plan OverviewGeorge R. Moscone Elementary School</p><p>Priority Area Objectives Measures Major Benchmarks</p><p>723</p><p>School Year: 2001/2002</p><p>IV. School Climate: Ensure a safe,secure school and learning environmentrelative to cleanliness, management ofthe facility and student behavior,consistent with State requirements fora Safe School Plan.</p><p>Moscone School will implementtobacco, drug, and violence preventionprograms mandated by Safe and DrugFree Schools(S &amp;DFSC) &amp;Tobacco-Use Prevention (TUPE)Education Funds, with an emphasis onstudent support programs, parenteducation, conflict resolution, healtheducation, and Crisis Management.</p><p>Parent, student, teacher surveys, focusgroups, lesson plans.</p><p>* Annual surveys from schoolcommunity* Monthly Principals classroomobservations and review of lesson plans* SST records* Quarterly Principalsreview/observations of WellnessCounsellor and Nurses student groups* Bi annual review of attendance sheetsand agendas for Parent Workshops andStaff Professional Development.</p><p>V. Parent and CommunityInvolvement: Significantly increase theinvolvement of a broad base of parentsand community at the school level.</p><p>Moscone School will have an SSC thatmeets every two months, completingrequired tasks and will increase parentinvolvement in conferences, returnedsurveys, attendance, workshops, SSTsand parent support instruments (e.g.homework/reading logs, weeklyenvelopes and newsletter., etc.)</p><p>Attendance records at parentconferences, SSTs, Parent Workshops,and parent surveys</p><p>* Annual Review of Parent, staff,student surveys* Quarterly review of parent conference/ workshop and SST attendance sheets</p><p>VI. Additional Priority: Optionalpriority. (Required for schoolsselected to participate in UrbanSystemic Program (USP)</p><p>6/7/2001Date Modifiedprinted on 7/9/2001 page 2</p></li><li><p>George R. Moscone Elementary School 723</p><p>Moscone will meet its API targets for all students in reading comprehension and math and AA, ELL, L, students will perform at national average or make significantgrowth.</p><p>Priority/Objective/Activity #</p><p>Team/PersonResponsibleActivity Funding SourceTarget Population</p><p>I. Academic Achievement: Significantly increase academic achievement and learning for all students, including closing the achievement gap, based onthe 2000-2001 achievement data. Focus must be on reading and mathematics as measured by the Stanford 9 Achievement tests and otherassessments as appropriate.</p><p>Completion/Benchmarks</p><p>School Year: 2001/02</p><p>In August, teachers and staff will analyze multiple sources of studentachievement data including SAT 9 , IWA and ABC, to determinespecific areas of need in reading comprehension. Disaggregated datatrends will be used to guide school-wide planning, classroominstruction, and ongoing monitoring and review of student progress.</p><p>1</p><p>Principal</p><p>*Assessment Calendar*Lesson Plans/Daily classschedule*Grade level curriculumoverview*Professional developmentcalendar and agendas</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7August1 1,</p><p>Principal/staff will participate in planning meetings between CDP andElementary staff to determine common goals and standards fortransition from PRE-K to Kindergarten. In addition, Parents will becontacted in the fall, to come to workshops on preschool informationand to encourage them to attend a Headstart program.</p><p>2</p><p>Principal</p><p>Agendas, attendance sheets,and schedules for CDP /preschool meetings</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Bi - annually1 1,</p><p>All teachers will meet once a month at grade level meetings tocollaboratively plan homework, language arts,math and sciencecurriculum and instruction. K-2nd grade teachers will participate in aschoolwide, systematic phonics program based onsite-developed,multi-modal letter/sound correspondence. Grade levelteachers will develop open-ended math/science PROBLEMS OF THEWEEK that are aligned to district standards. The Principal willperiodically publish sample problems in the school newsletter.Following analysis of data in August and monthly review of studentwork samples and assessment data, classroom teachers will identifythose students who are not demonstrating mastery of standards. ThePrincipal and teacher will meet with parents and help scheduleidentified students to participate in an extended learning activity orcommunity service program after school i.e., MEPI, Las AmericasChildren Center, Mission Rec. Center, Mission Science Center,Americorps Volunteers etc.</p><p>3</p><p>Principal</p><p>*Lesson Plans* Principals observations*Professional developmentagendas &amp; attendance sheets* Schedules of services toteachers and parents* Parent/ teacher / studentcompact</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7August and Sept1 1,</p><p>All students scoring below the 50 % on SAT9 will attend SummerSchool in June 2001 improving identified LA/Math proficiency.</p><p>4</p><p>ClassTeachers</p><p>Records from summer school1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Summer1 1,</p><p>Page 1 (printed on 7/10/2001)Key:</p><p>Targeted Population 1 = Bottom Quartile 2 = EDY 3 = ELL 4 = GATE 5 = Spec. Ed. 6 = All</p><p>Funding Source 1 = District 2 = CD 3 = SBCP 4 = Title I 5 = LEP 6=IIUSP 7 = Other</p></li><li><p>George R. Moscone Elementary School 723</p><p>All students will participate in the required number of minutes in each content area and teacher lesson plans will reflect the use of adopted instructional materials for allstudents and address the Content and Performance Standards for all students.</p><p>Priority/Objective/Activity #</p><p>Team/PersonResponsibleActivity Funding SourceTarget Population</p><p>II. Academic Achievement: Ensure that all students have access to a comprehensive education by providing a high-quality program of studies in theCore Curriculum areas (English/language arts, mathematics, science, social studies) visual and performing arts, health and physical education, worldlanguages, and school-to-career and technical programs where appropriate.</p><p>Completion/Benchmarks</p><p>School Year: 2001/02</p><p>Co-curricula activities, by design and in practice, will reflect thedistribution of male and female groups in the school population. Allstudents will receive instruction using teaching strategies thatcompliment diverse cultural learning styles, focusing on AA &amp;Lneeds. All teachers will participate in a staff development workshopfocusing on these strategies.</p><p>1</p><p>ResourceTeachers</p><p>*Classroom student listAttendance sheetss</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Ongoing2 1,</p><p>All students will produce self-written books for classroom librariesand participate at an "End of the Year" Publishing Party, where thewhole school community can view books. In addition, in Fall/Spring, SFSV will present workshops to new teachers and Parents to authorbooks for home/classroom libraries.</p><p>2</p><p>Principal</p><p>* Photos and review ofPublishing Party</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7May2 1,</p><p>Classroom instructional practices will reflect best practices fromState Frameworks and Standards exemplars. Classroom instructionwill demonstrate the use of modifications, adaptions, extentions, anddifferentiation to address identified learning needs of students andmeet California Standards for the Teaching Profession. All studentsparticipate in the Daily Bite Program, recorded in a Daily Bitejournal,which uses shared , independent and guided strategies in acomprehensive and scaffolded program on language, math &amp;geography. In addition, all students use cooperative learningstrategies across the curriculum. These strategies are used with targetedstudents to better access the core curriculum. Peer and cross agetutoring are used with targeted students to promote self esteem andgive students more opportunities for shared guided reading/writing.</p><p>3</p><p>Principal</p><p>*Principals statedexpectations in August* Classroom observationwith notes to teachers* Teacher Evaluations</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7August2 1,</p><p>Teachers will maintain quarterly work folders to demonstrate ongoingmonitoring and assessment of student progress using grade levelrubrics. The folders will be sent home quarterly with a progress report.Teachers will also maintain student work portfolios to demonstratelong range, high quality programs of study. These portfolios will bereviewed during Fall / Spring parent conferences.</p><p>4</p><p>Principal/Leadership Team</p><p>*Student work folder andprogress report*Student Porfolios and worksamples*Parent conference schedules</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Quarterly2 1,</p><p>Page 1 (printed on 7/10/2001)Key:</p><p>Targeted Population 1 = Bottom Quartile 2 = EDY 3 = ELL 4 = GATE 5 = Spec. Ed. 6 = All</p><p>Funding Source 1 = District 2 = CD 3 = SBCP 4...</p></li></ul>


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