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<ul><li><p>San Francisco Unified School District</p><p>529</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>Everett Middle School</p><p>Table of Contents</p><p>2001-2002</p></li><li><p>Introduction: Analysis of Current Conditions (Needs Assessment)Everett Middle School529</p><p>2001/2002</p><p>In August, all teachers participated in an analysis of performance scores and SAT-9 gains, and in small groups developed strengths and goals for the yearto improve performance. In September and February, the school completed a school-wide writing assessment to determine writing progress. The schoolconducted a PQR in Language Arts and Mathematics and all teachers review samples of student work to assess effectiveness. A plan was written by thePQR leadership team for improvement. All students were given the Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) in Sept. and Jan. to assess readingcomprehension. The information was reviewed at Reading meetings to plan for instruction.</p><p>Process for Data Analysis</p><p>Significant gains were made by the 7th grade matched scores in Reading and Math.The school did not meet the API target for 99-00.43% of students scored at he basic or above proficiency level on the IWA.(TARGET-53%)The Latino and ELC students made losses in reading scores. The AA students made gains in Reading and Math.</p><p>Academic/Performance</p><p>page 1printed on 7/9/2001</p></li><li><p>Introduction: Analysis of Current Conditions (Needs Assessment)Everett Middle School529</p><p>2001/2002</p><p>School-wide significant gains in Math have been made over the past 3 years. 7th grade students have shown significant achievement in Math over the past2 years.</p><p>Areas of Success/Progress/Achievement</p><p>Alignment of curriculum and instruction with state standards and frameworks is incomplete, particularly in the areas of Language Arts and Mathematics.</p><p>Areas of Concern</p><p>page 2printed on 7/9/2001</p></li><li><p>Introduction: Analysis of Current Conditions (Needs Assessment)Everett Middle School529</p><p>2001/2002</p><p>Give Standards at the beginning of the year.</p><p>Current Programs</p><p>page 3printed on 7/9/2001</p></li><li><p>Everett Middle School</p><p>Vision StatementSchool Year: 2001/2002</p><p>Everett Middle School Learning and Leadership Academy students will read, lead and bepeaceful problem-solvers. Parents, teachers, support staff and community agencies willwork cooperatively to help students be successful readers, leaders and problem-solvers.</p><p>printed on 7/9/20015/7/2001Modified on</p></li><li><p>Action Plan OverviewEverett Middle School</p><p>Priority Area Objectives Measures Major Benchmarks</p><p>529</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>School will achieve its API targets forall significant sub-groups</p><p>SAT-9IWAMPASRI</p><p>20 % of students at the below averageproficiency level in SAT-9 will move tothe average level; 15% from average toabove average.</p><p>SAT-9IWAMPASRI</p><p>ELL Students will show a gain of morethan one year in Reading on the SAT-9</p><p>SAT-9IWAMPASRI</p><p>Individual classroom summaries ofstudent performance, monthly review ofstudent work, and school-wide Math,Reading and Writing samples andscorings.</p><p>Individual professional growth plans ;quarterly review of student writingproducts; analysis of pre and postreading assessment (SRI)</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 use adoptedinstructional materials (texts,supplemental materials).</p><p>Master schedule and student programs </p><p>All stduetns identified as at risk byanalysis of performance, attendance orother data will be enrolled in supportactivities and/or extended learning.</p><p>Individual learning plansSchool attendance data and attendancefrom extended day learning programsand support services.</p><p>Teachers will maintain monthly lessonplans that address core curriculum,content standards and performancestandards.</p><p>Teacher lesson plansCheck-out materials from library</p><p>Monthly SST/SAP meetings and reviewof student progress and monthly reviewof teacher lesson plans</p><p>6/6/2001Date Modifiedprinted on 7/9/2001 page 1</p></li><li><p>Action Plan OverviewEverett Middle School</p><p>Priority Area Objectives Measures Major Benchmarks</p><p>529</p><p>School Year: 2001/2002</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>Students in the 1st and 2nd quartiles ofthe SAT-9 or Scholastic ReadingInventory will make significant growthin reading comprehension.</p><p>SAT-9SRI</p><p>Students will complete the corecurriculum for thier grade level from astandards based syllabus based on thecontent standards and demonstrateprogress using pre and postassessments for each unit of study</p><p>Pre-post assessments such as:IWAMPA</p><p>A literacy specialist will provideleadership and academic support to allteachers in the reading program. Suchsupport will include model lessons,curriculum materials, weekly grade-levelmeetings to discuss and develop moreeffective strategies.</p><p>All incoming students will be given theSRI during August, Jan., and May.Scores will be analyzed andinstructional plans will be reviewedaccordinglyAll students including ELL and SpecialEducation will participate in anextended day reading program whichfocuses on vocabulary and readingcomprehension skills.</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>Number of incidents of classroomdisruptions, fighting, and slurs willdecrease by 20% compared to previousyear.</p><p>Referrals to counselorsMonthly suspension reports</p><p>Monthly crime report of violence willdecrease by 15% compared to previousyear.</p><p>Monthly suspension reportsMonthly crime reports</p><p>Monthly review of reports bycounselors and principal with monthlyresults and cummulative results forschool year communicated to teachers.</p><p>V. Parent and CommunityInvolvement: Significantly increase theinvolvement of a broad base of parentsand community at the school level.</p><p>All parents will be informed of schoolsite plan, curriculum standards, schoolprogram offerings, academicbehavioral expectations andrequirements.</p><p>Teacher-parent conferencesInformation packets sent home withstudentsAttendance at school site councilmeetings, family literacy/math nights,parent education workshops</p><p>Phone logs of parent contacts byteachers and counselors. Review resultsof parent survey</p><p>Attendance reports at various parentactivities</p><p>VI. Additional Priority: Optionalpriority. (Required for schoolsselected to participate in UrbanSystemic Program (USP)</p><p>6/6/2001Date Modifiedprinted on 7/9/2001 page 2</p></li><li><p>Everett Middle School 529</p><p>School will achieve its API targets for all significant sub-groups</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>Teacher will use data/reports from IWA, SAT-9, MPA and teacherdeveloped assessments to identify students who are achieving in thelowest quartile and in the "below average" band of content clusters.This will be done to assess areas of student need and to identifyappropriate remediation, classroom instructional strategies, andsupplementary materials for Title I and ELL students. Teachers willprepare individual professional growth plans based on strategiesneeded to address student learning needs.</p><p>1</p><p>All Teachers</p><p>Data analysis report includingstrenghts and areas to teach inclosing the gap. Lessonsplans reviewed by principal.Year long overview for eachgrade level.</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7August 1 1,</p><p>Teacher will use data/reports from IWA, SAT-9, MPA and teacherdeveloped assessments to identify students who are achieving in thelowest quartile and in the "below average" band of content clusters.This will be done to assess areas of student need and to identifyappropriate remediation, classroom instructional strategies, andsupplementary materials for Title I and ELL students. Teachers willprepare individual professional growth plans based on strategiesneeded to address student learning needs.</p><p>1</p><p>All Teachers</p><p>Data analysis report includingstrenghts and areas to teach inclosing the gap. Lessonsplans reviewed by principal.Year long overview for eachgrade level.</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7August 1 1,</p><p>All students pre and post IWA scores will be distributed to Englishteachers in August. Writing samples for students who scored 3 orlower on the IWA will be analyzed to identify areas for specificinstruction. Scaffolding strategies will be developed for these areas.In addition, each grade level will adopt a common rubric for the eightwriting types which will meet the unique needs of each departmentand two writing performance based assessments will be administeredeach semester</p><p>2</p><p>DepartmentChairs</p><p>Monthly lesson plans andanalysis by teacher ofstrengths and areas to focus</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7October, January,1 1,</p><p>Following analysis of data in August and weekly review of studentwork samples and assessment data, each classroom teacher willidentify those students who are not demonstrating mastery ofstandards. The counselor will meet with parents and schedule thestudent to participate in an extended learning activity or communityservice program before or after school.</p><p>4</p><p>All Teachers</p><p>Individual professionalgrowth plans and individualclassroom assesementsummary</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Quarterly1 2,</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>Everett Middle School 529</p><p>20 % of students at the below average proficiency level in SAT-9 will move to the average level; 15% from average to above average.</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>Teachers will attend a retreat in the Spring to review data, analyzecurrent conditions, set priorities and assess effectiveness of currentprograms.5</p><p>All Teachers</p><p>Analysis report and revisionof priorities for followingyear</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Spring1 2,</p><p>The ELL teachers will use ESL Language Standards and Content andPerformances Standards to implement a writing, reading and orallanguage curriculum that utilizes multi-media technology. Aresource person will compare student language acquisition against theLALAR rubric created for this purpose.</p><p>3</p><p>All ELL Teachers</p><p>Student projects andschool-wide writing samplesand analysis of studentsstrenghts and areas to focus.</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7August, January, March1 3,</p><p>Page 2 (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>Everett Middle School 529</p><p>All students will use adopted instructional materials (texts, supplemental materials).</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>The SAP/SST committee will meet weekly to assess students whohave been referred as potentially "at-risk", look at student programplacement, make recommendations for program changes or support,and review student progress against access to the Core Curriculum.</p><p>1</p><p>SAP Coordinator</p><p>Monthly schedule ofSAP/SSC and a quarterlyreview of student progress</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Quarterly2 1,</p><p>The Curriculum Technology Integration Specialist and theLibrarian/Media Specialist will review, purchase, maintain, andprovide professional development in the use of supplementaryelectronic materials to support achievement of academic standards.Emphasis will be placed on materials and activities that support ELand EDY students.</p><p>4 </p><p>CTIS, Librarian</p><p>Inventory of materials,schedule of professionaldevelopment and studentwork products</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Jan., May2 1,</p><p>Grade level teachers will use a standard based syllabus to select unitsof study aligned to the standards and appropriate software/technologyintegration projects; develop units based on the distrcit's year longscope and sequence; and develop a timeline for the year long scopeand sequence</p><p>5</p><p>All Teachers</p><p>Lists of units of study,calendar for instructiona andappropriate pre and postassessment</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Aug and throughout the2 1,</p><p>Teachers will meet weekly by grade level to highlight the content andinquiry standards emphasized in the identified units of study; examinestudent work with an emphasis on the students identified in StrategicActivity #1; to evaluate and adapt the ongoing instruction and adjustinstructional units based on results of assessment/reflection.</p><p>6</p><p>All Teachers,Principal</p><p>Each teachers monitors theprogress of identifed studentswith respect to content andinquiry standards</p><p>1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7End of each month2 1,</p><p>Teachers will complete 60 hours of PD during the year byparticipating in monthly grade level meetings on examing studentwork, monthly gr...</p></li></ul>

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