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1 Churchill County School District Numa Elementary School 601 Discovery Drive Fallon, NV SAGE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN TEMPLATE TITLE I - NRS 385 For Implementation in 2011/2012 School Improvement Planning Team ALL Title I schools must have a parent on their SIP team that is NOT a district employee. Indicate this member with an asterisk. Melanie McAllister Lisa Swan Scott Thompson Pat Moore Tiffany Allyn Julie Dolan Judy Rylander Linda Rasmussen Lisa Solinski Noreen Swenson Scott Meihack Name of Member Submission Date: DATE Area Reviewer: NAME, TITLE Position Parent Parent Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher/Parent Teacher/Parent Counselor Principal

2 School: Numa Elementary School District: Churchill County School District Principal: Scott Meihack School Year: 2011/2012 Address: 601 Discovery Drive Phone: Fallon, NV TABLE OF CONTENTS Page # Part I: Vision of Learning Part II: Inquiry Process: Evidence of Development of the SIP (Comprehensive Needs Assessment) Part III: SIP Goals & Measurable Objectives Part IV: School Improvement Master Plan (Reform Strategies): Goal 1: Action Plan & Monitoring Plan Goal 2: Action Plan & Monitoring Plan (Add extra rows for additional goals) Part V: Budget for the overall cost of carrying out the plan Part VI: Evaluation of the SIP Part VII: Other Required Elements & Assurances of the SIP (All schools) Part VIII: Required Elements & Assurances for Title I Schools Part IX: Additional Required Elements & Assurances for Non-Title I Schools Appendix A: School Profile (Accountability Report, Other Data) Attachments: Professional Development Chart, Parent Involvement Chart SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

3 Part I: VISION FOR LEARNING. District Vision or Mission Statement District Goal 1 District Goal 2 (add more rows if necessary) SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

4 VISION FOR LEARNING (continued) School Vision or Mission Statement All children reaching individual academic growth rate through effectively designed instructional matches. School Highlights Numa Elementary School has a formally organized and operating PIC (Parent Involvement Committee) and PTO. Numa Elementary School has a Strong Partner in Education Program with Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center and Maverick. Numa Elementary School houses the Churchill County School District AIM Program. Numa Elementary School has, outside of the normal school hours, activities that promote reading and math growth and excellence. Numa Elementary School is piloting a new behavior program entitled Review 360. Numa Elementary School has implemented SOAR: Safe School, Outstanding Character, Academic Achievement, Respect for Ourselves and Others as a result of Review 360. STEM Lab Churchill County School District recently received grant funding to add a six peninsula STEM Lab. SMART Board: Twenty-two of twenty-four classrooms have a SMART Board in their classroom. All General and Special Ed Teachers have the opportunity to participate in SMART Board training. Numa Elementary School has implemented a thirty minute daily writing block using Six Plus One writing traits. Numa Elementary School has implemented two school writing assessments in conjunction with the District. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

5 PART II: INQUIRY PROCESS Comprehensive Needs Assessment Based on a complete analysis of the data, list the key strength and priority concerns in student performance, instructional and remediation practices, and program implementation for ALL students in ALL grade levels. Key Strengths (to sustain in the school improvement plan) Numa Elementary School has implemented a formal classroom walk through tool for daily instructional supervision. Numa Elementary School uses the T4S protocol for the review of instructional practices in the classroom to optimize instructional practices used by staff members. Numa Elementary School has had Full Staff Sheltered Instruction Training within the last 4 years. Numa collects weekly diagnostic reports for Accelerated Math and Reading. Numa Staff and Administration will review and graph longitudinal MAP Data. Priority Concerns 31% of the students at Numa Elementary School in1 st 6 th grade did not make their individual academic growth rates in Reading as per MAP. 32% of the students at Numa Elementary School in 1 st 6 th grade did not make their individual academic growth rates in Math as per MAP. Numa Elementary School has not sustained academic growth for consecutive years in both math and reading. T4S observations show the need for professional growth in the areas of key vocabulary, formative assessments, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge). SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

6 INQUIRY PROCESS (continued) Verification of Causes Root Cause Analysis For each concern, verify the root causes that impact or impede the priority concerns. Identify research-based solutions that address the priority concerns. Priority Concerns Root Causes Solutions Students at Numa Elementary School have not made their individual academic growth rates. Numa Elementary School as a whole school did not make the necessary academic growth rate. Numa Elementary School has not sustained continual academic growth in subsequent years. T4S observations show the need for professional growth in the areas key vocabulary, formative assessments, and Depth of Knowledge. A. Communication regarding individual students and their individual growth rates. B. Common instructional language and materials used. C. Bridging school academic efforts with individual home efforts. A. Communication regarding individual students and their individual growth rates. B. Common instructional language and materials used. C. Bridging school academic efforts with individual home efforts. A. Inconsistent T4S Observations and classroom walk throughs. B. Insufficient professional development opportunities on T4S Protocol. A. Teachers, students, and parents dialogue with each other through conferences, daily instructional opportunities, MAPS goal setting, and AR & AM goal setting. B. Aligning school wide instructional vocabulary and materials. C. Using black board communication tool, and parent teacher conferences. D. Summer Enrichment Opportunities. A. Teachers, students, and parents dialogue with each other through conferences and daily instructional opportunities. B. Aligning school wide instructional vocabulary and materials. C. Using black board communication tool and parent teacher conferences. A. Minimum of 2 school wide T4S observations and 4 quarterly walk throughs. B. Regularly scheduled professional development (PLC) opportunities on T4S Protocol. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

7 Part III: IMPROVEMENT GOALS AND MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES Convert the top priority concerns into the goal(s) for improvement and incorporate the identified solutions into the action plan. Goal 1: Numa will make AYP status. Measurable Objective 1: Increase to or maintain at least 80% on our T4S observations in the areas of Instructional Practices to Support All Learners, Formative Assessments, and Depth of Knowledge (level 2 or above). Measurable Objective 2: Increase the use of formative assessment to drive the use of the effectively designed instructional matches for all students. Measurable Objective 3: Numa Elementary Teachers will develop rich tasks based Common Core Standards incorporating DOK at (level 2 or above). Goal 2: Increase parent and community involvement in the educational processes at Numa Elementary School. Measurable Objective 2: Increase our parental attendance at the two regularly schedule district wide parent teacher conferences days to 95%. Measurable Objective 2 Goal 2: Increase the attendance of our PIC (Parent Involvement Committee) activities to a minimum of 100 individuals. Measurable Objective 3 Goal 2: Increase the attendance of parents and teachers at PTO meetings to a minimum of 20 individuals. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

8 GOAL 3: Numa Elementary School will strengthen and enhance the academic achievement of all students through the IC process. Measurable Objective: The number of students making their individual target RIT as per MAP data will increase to 50% or more. Measurable Objective Implementation of a school wide Co-Teaching model will increase individual RIT scores of those students who are found in various sub populations of the school. Part IV: SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT MASTER PLAN & REFORM STRATEGIES Action Plan: List the action steps to implement the solutions for each goal, as well as the timeline, resources, and the person(s) responsible. Monitoring Plan: Identify the data that will be collected to monitor the action steps, as well as the timeline and the person(s) responsible. Goal 1: Numa will make AYP status. Measurable Objective(s): Increase to or maintain at least 80% on our T4S observations in the areas of Instructional Practices to Support All Learners, Formative Assessments and DOK (level two or above). Increase the use of formative assessments to drive the use of effectively designed instructional matches for all students. Teachers will develop rich tasks based on Common Core Standards incorporating DOK level two or above. ACTION PLAN MONITORING PLAN Action Steps to implement the solutions/strategies Timeline for implementing action steps Resources e.g., money, people, facilities to be used for implementation Person(s) Responsible Who is the person or group who will ensure that each action step is implemented? Monitoring Measures Identify data sources & timeline for monitoring the progress of each action step. Person(s) Responsible Who is the person or group who will ensure that the progress is monitored? SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

9 1.1 PLC Trainings on T4S 1.2 Classroom walk throughs Weekly PD Trainer Principal/Trainer Fall/Winter Spring T4s Observations 4 per quarter 1.3 Peer reviews When requested 1.4 Review of data After data is returned 1.5 IC Implementation Weekly Meetings PD Trainer Principal/Trainer After each observation Principal Principal $3, Principal/Staff After each requested Principal/Staff Review 360/AR & AM MAPs Training and sub costs $10,000 IC Team/Cohorts Principal/Teacher Daily/Weekly Principal/Staff Principal/IC Coordinator Weekly Meetings Principal/IC Coordinator/Staff SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

10 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT MASTER PLAN Goal 2: Increase parent and community involvement in the educational processes at Numa Elementary School. Measurable Objective(s): Increase our parental attendance at the two regularly schedule district wide parent teacher conferences days to 95%. Increase the attendance of our PIC (parent Involvement Committee) activities to a minimum of 100 individuals. Increase the attendance of parents and teachers attending our PTO meetings to a minimum of twenty individuals. ACTION PLAN MONITORING PLAN Action Steps to implement the solutions/strategies Timeline for implementing action steps Resources e.g., money, people, facilities to be used for implementation Person(s) Responsible Who is the person or group who will ensure that each action step is implemented? Monitoring Measures Identify data sources & timeline for monitoring the progress of each action step. Person(s) Responsible Who is the person or group who will ensure that the progress is monitored? 2.1 Improve communications Immediately Blackboard Communication/ Parent Teacher Conferences Monthly PTO/PIC/Staff Daily Organizational Leadership 2.2 Planned activities as per PIC / PTO Ongoing Blackboard Communication, notes home and newspaper PTO/PIC/Staff Daily Organizational Leadership 2.3 Parent Teacher Conferences Bi annually Blackboard Communication notes home and newspaper PTO/PIC/Staff Attendance sign ins Principals SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

11 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT MASTER PLAN Goal 3: Numa Elementary School will strengthen and enhance the academic achievement of students through the IC Process. The number of students making their target RIT as per MAP data will increase to 50% or more. Measurable Objective(s): 2. Implementation of a school wide co-teaching model will increase individual RIT s of those students who are found in various sub populations of the school. ACTION PLAN MONITORING PLAN Action Steps to implement the solutions/strategies Timeline for implementing action steps Resources e.g., money, people, facilities to be used for implementation Person(s) Responsible Who is the person or group who will ensure that each action step is implemented? Monitoring Measures Identify data sources & timeline for monitoring the progress of each action step. Person(s) Responsible Who is the person or group who will ensure that the progress is monitored? 3.1 Weekly IC Team Meetings Weekly IC Facilitator & Committee & Special Ed Director Principal & IC Facilitator ICAT Tools, Sign In Sheets & Training Logs IC Facilitator, Special Education Director 3.2 Professional Development on the IC Process Throughout the Year IC Facilitator & Committee & Special Ed Director Principal & IC Facilitator ICAT Tools, Sign In Sheets & Training Logs IC Facilitator, Special Education Director SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

12 Part V: BUDGET FOR THE OVERALL COST OF CARRYING OUT PLAN List the funds necessary to carry out the school improvement plan and accomplish the goals. Goals Total amount needed to accomplish Goal. (Amounts for each action step should be listed under Resources. ) Funds available in current schools funding that have been specifically set aside for the implementation of the goal. Funds still needed to implement goal. Goal 1 AR/AM Training and sub costs $9, Peer reviews $3, None None $9, $3, Goal 2 School year and summer enrichment programs, $10,000 None $10,000 Goal 3 (if applicable) Sub costs for training & implementation of IC, $9,000. Some through Special Services. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

13 Part VI: EVALUATION OF THE SIP For each measurable objective, identify the data that will be collected to monitor the action steps, as well as the timeline and the person(s) responsible. Measurable Objectives Increase to or maintain 80% on our T4S observations in the areas of Instructional Practices to Support All Learners Increase the use of formative assessment to drive the use of the appropriate matched areas of instructional practices to the needs of the individual learners. Evaluation Measures (Monitoring Data & Outcome Indicators to evaluate progress in achieving the Measurable Objectives.) Collection of T4S observation data at all scheduled observations. Charted and compared to current years observation and previous years observations Timeline For collecting data Immediately after observation Person(s) Responsible, Who is the person or group who will ensure that the evaluation is completed? Observation team and Principal Numa Elementary school will make AYP status. Teachers will track growth in Math & ELA through 3 scheduled MAP tests and MAP Snapshots. Measured Progress for school designation Fiscal FY Principal/Staff/Students/ Parents SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

14 Part VII: OTHER REQUIRED ELEMENTS OF THE SIP All schools MUST complete this page. School Characteristics # % Title I Yes No Average Daily Attendance.05 Eligible X Transiency Rate 28 Served % enrolled continuously since Count Day 81 Targeted Assisted X Incidents of School Violence: Student-to-Student 6- School wide X Incidents of School Violence: Student-to-Staff 0 0 Did your school make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)? X % of Highly Qualified Teachers What was your school s AYP Designation? N1 - H 100 Exemplary (EX), High Achieving (HA), Watch List (W), Needs Improvement Year 1 (N1), Needs Improvement Year 2 (N2), Needs Improvement Year 1 Hold (N1-H), Needs Improvement Year 2 Hold (N2-H), etc. Dropout Rate (HS) Did you appeal your latest AYP designation? X Graduation Rate (HS) Was your latest appeal granted? X Designated as Persistently Dangerous School? X Receiving State Remediation funding? X Has a State SST been assigned to your school? X 1. What are the policies and practices in place that ensure proficiency of each subgroup in the core academic subjects? A. Title 1 Services will be used for school wide programming through a Co Teaching model. B. ESL services will be used through a Co-Teaching model C. DOK training will continue to strengthen effectively designed instructional matches. 2. List and briefly describe, as appropriate, how the school has incorporated activities of remedial instruction or tutoring before school, after school, during the summer, and/or during any extension of the school year. A. Students who are at risk of not passing the CRTS or who are otherwise identified as at risk by MAP testing will be solicited to attend an after school remediation program using Leap Frog, Accelerated Math and Accelerated Reading. B. Students who are at risk of not passing the CRTs or who are otherwise identified as at risk by MAP testing will be SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

15 encouraged to attend a summer enrichment program that is designed and intended to remediate those skills not yet demonstrated as being proficient. 3. Describe the resources available to the school to carry out the plan. A. Title 1 Funds used for salaries and implementation of school wide programming 4. Summarize the effectiveness of any appropriations for the school made by the Legislature to improve student academic achievement. None 5. Discuss how the school will utilize Educational Involvement Accords for Parents including the Honor Code and meet all the requirements of the law. A. Parent Involvement Committee has organized several after school activities that promote reading and math skills. B. Parent Involvement Committee has encouraged an accord that request parental involvement that involves students reading at home with their parents. C. Churchill County School District Honor Code policy is included in all student handbooks. 6. If applicable, describe how the school will make its Title III Annual Measurable Achievement Objective (AMAO) targets in English language proficiency (reading, writing, listening, and speaking comprehension). A. All staff members will receive training to strengthen their effectively designed instructional matches. B. LEP assigned personnel to Numa Elementary School will use assessment data to continue educational interventions to improve student achievement. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

16 Part VIII: REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TITLE I SCHOOLS Title I schools, identified as Needs Improvement, MUST complete Items 1 through 5 on this page. Title I Schools operating a School wide Program, MUST complete Items 6 through 10 on this page. 1. Describe the required services the school has provided based on the number of years the school has been in need of improvement, (e.g., schools in Year 2 of Needs Improvement must identify Year 1 and Year 2 services, and so on). Year 1: School Choice. School options were given to families. Year 2: Supplemental Services. Year 3. Corrective Action. Year 4. Restructuring. 2. Provide an assurance that the school will not spend less than 10% of their annual Title I allocation for quality professional development. A. Numa Elementary School will not spend less than 10% of their annual Title I allocation for quality professional development. 3. Describe how the school will provide written notice to parents on the school s Needs Improvement status and/or AMAO status. A. Letters are mailed to each individual student s family notifying them of the Needs Improvement status of the school. B. Open house opportunities are scheduled after AYP determination to inform families of the Needs Improvement status of the school before the start of the academic school year as to school choice options. 4. Specify how Title I funds will be used to remove school from Needs Improvement status. A. Title I funds are used to provide salaries to staff members who provide remediation services to students utilizing Co SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

17 Teaching and other supplemental strategies. B. Title I Funds are used to provide a co-teaching remediation program for reading and math services to students. C. Title I funds will be sought to provide instruction and transportation for an after-school remediation program, targeting 3 rd -6 th grade students who are within reach of their current MAP benchmarks in Math or Reading. D. Title I funds will be sought to provide access to summer enrichment programs for Numa students. 5. Describe the school s teacher mentoring program and how it supports the achievement of the school s annual goals and objectives. A. Churchill County School District Professional Development Trainer will provide a 7 ½ hour professional development session for staff members in the area of instructional practices. B. Numa Elementary School will develop and utilize teacher mentor program/peer review/co-teaching as requested or determined. Part VIII: REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TITLE I SCHOOLS Title I schools, identified as Needs Improvement, MUST complete Items 1 through 5 on this page. Title I Schools operating a School wide Program, MUST complete Items 6 through 10 on this page. 6. Describe the school s strategies to attract high-quality highly qualified teachers to your school. A. All teaching positions are advertised with specific references to highly qualified status requirements. B. Recruitment of teachers will be conducted on a nation wide level. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

18 7. Describe the school s strategies to increase parent involvement in accordance with Section 1118 of NCLB, such as family literacy services. A. Parent Involvement Committee schedules activities that solicits parental and student participation before or after school in math and reading. B. Numa Elementary School staff schedules activities in math and reading for parental and student joint participation. 8. Describe the school s plans for assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs, such as Head Start, Even Start, Early Reading First, or a state-run preschool program, to local elementary school programs. None 9. Identify the measures that include teachers in decisions regarding the use of academic assessments. A. Teachers will be included in decisions regarding use of academic assessment in Professional Learning Communities meetings. B. Teachers will be included in decisions regarding use of academic assessment in regular staffing meetings. C. Teachers will be included in decisions regarding use of academic assessment in Churchill County School District Training opportunities. 10. Provide assurance that federal, state, and local services are coordinated and integrated into the school improvement efforts. A. Invitations to parents, community members and elected officials to participate in the SIP process at Numa Elementary School. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

19 Part IX: REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR NON-TITLE I SCHOOLS Non-Title I schools, identified as Needs Improvement, MUST complete this page. 1. Describe how and when the school will provide written notice to parents on the school s Needs Improvement status and/or AMAO status. 2. Describe the school s teacher mentoring program and how it supports the achievement of the school s annual goals and objectives. SAGE School Improvement Plan Template, Revised

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