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9 + TULARE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULAR BOARD MEETING M I N U T E S October 22, 2013 A meeting of the Tulare City School District Board of Trustees was called to order at 7:00 p.m. in the District Office Board Room, 600 North Cherry, Tulare, California, by President Melissa Janes. The flag salute was recited. Mrs. Janes welcomed everyone to the meeting. Board Members present: Melissa Janes, President; Phil Plascencia, Vice President; Willard Epps, Clerk; Teresa Garcia, Member; Irene Henderson, Member. Opening Attendance Dr. Clare Gist, Superintendent; Philip Pierschbacher, Assistant Superintendent, Personnel; Paula Adair, Director of Student Services; Joyce Nunes, Director of Business and Psychological Services; Brian Hollingshead, Director of Curriculum; Sue Howarth, Recording Secretary; Val Brown, Principal, Maple School; Elaine Sewell, Principal, Heritage School; Carol Laird, Tulare County Counsel. A motion was made by Ms. Garcia, seconded by Mr. Epps, to approve the agenda as presented. Approval of Agenda Ayes: Plascencia, Epps, Henderson, Janes, Garcia Noes: None Dr. Gist read an she received from a Kohn School parent. She expressed her family s appreciation to the Kohn School Health Staff for the care and treatment of her children who are Type 1 diabetics. Dr. Gist shared a letter from the Division of the State Architect which certified and closed the file on the Mulcahy Park project. The letter stated that the project is in compliance with California State regulations as to the safety of design and construction of public schools, and for the accommodation of persons with disabilities. Correspondence: Letter from Tracy Baker Letter from Division of State Architect

10 Page No. 2 Board Minutes October 22, 2013 The following items from the consent calendar were presented to the Board for their approval: Approve Minutes of 10/8/13 Regular Board Meeting Approve Expenditures (Purchase Orders, Pay Vouchers & Warrants) Purchase Order Nos through ; Pay Voucher Nos through ; General Fund Warrant No , dated 10/7/13; General Fund Warrant No , dated 10/8/13; General Fund Warrants Nos , dated 10/11/13; July Supplementary Payroll, dated 7/15/13; August Supplemental Payroll, dated 8/15/13; September Supplemental Payroll, dated 9/13/13; October Supplemental Payroll, dated 10/15/13 Adopt Resolution No. 2013/ , Budget Revisions Reject Claim filed by the Law Office of Gilbert Saucedo, on Behalf of a Minor Approve Fundraiser Request from Roosevelt School PTO Approval of Consent Calendar Approval of Consent Calendar Upon a motion made by Mr. Plascencia, seconded by Mr. Epps, the Board approved the consent calendar as listed above. Ayes: Plascencia, Epps, Henderson, Garcia, Janes Noes: None Dr. Gist requested the Board adopt Resolution No. 2013/ , Approve Solicitation of Solar Financing for Solar Project with Terra Verde Renewable Partners, LLC. Adoption of this resolution would authorize TerraVerde to launch a Request for Proposal (RFP) on behalf of the district, to solicit design-build solar installation proposals for such solar installations per specification developed by TerraVerde in consultation with staff. In order to solicit the best value proposal, staff also recommended that the Board adopt the following minimum projected cost savings objectives that the installation proposal, in combination with a financing approach, must achieve in order for the Board to grant final approval of an installation contract: Adopt Resolution No. 2013/ , Approve Solicitation of Solar Financing for Solar Project with TerraVerde Renewable Partners, LLC MINIMUM COST SAVINGS Year 1: $99,967 Years 1-5: $499,836 Years 1-25: $3,060,793 Dr. Gist introduced Doug Stoecker, Vice President of Business Development for TerraVerde Renewable Partners, LLC. Mr. Stoecker stated that the feasibility and analysis study has been completed. He stated that passage of this Resolution will allow TerraVerde to begin the RFP (Request for Proposal) process. Mr. Plascencia asked if TerraVerde has any current projects in the county. Mr. Stoecker stated that

11 Page No. 3 Board Minutes October 22, 2013 TerraVerde is completing the last phase of 32 meters on twenty campuses in Clovis. He noted that TerraVerde has also completed projects in Fowler, Firebaugh and Golden Valley School District in Madera. Mrs. Janes thanked Mr. Stoecker for his report. Upon a motion made by Ms. Garcia, seconded by Mr. Plascencia, the Board adopted Resolution No. 2013/ , Approve Solicitation of Solar Financing for Solar Project with TerraVerde Renewable Partners, LLC. Adopt Resolution No. 2013/ , Approve Solicitation of Solar Financing for Solar Project with TerraVerde Renewable Partners, LLC (continued) Ayes: Garcia, Plascencia, Epps, Henderson, Janes Noes: None Mrs. Nunes presented the annual report of developer fees from the period July 1, 2012 through June 30, The district currently collects $3.20 per square foot for residential construction and $0.51 per square foot for commercial construction. These fees are shared with the Tulare Jt. Union High School District of which our share is 66.67%. Mrs. Nunes reviewed the total revenue and expenditure report which included a beginning fund balance of $4,325, and an ending fund balance of $161, Mrs. Nunes outlined the total expenditures for Alpine Vista of $4,555, /2013 Developer Fee Report Mr. Plascencia asked if there is any projection for increased developer fees. Mrs. Nunes was not aware of any immediate increases. Mrs. Janes thanked Mrs. Nunes for the information. Mr. Pierschbacher presented the 2013/2014 bus routes for a first reading. He stated that the routes had been ed to the Board for their review. Mr. Pierschbacher noted that the 2013/2014 bus routes will be returned at the November 12, 2013 meeting for final adoption. Mrs. Adair reviewed the LEA plan Summary of Updates which is presented annually to the Board for approval. She stated that the Budget section had minimal changes. The updated STAR Testing and Program Improvement information reflects the most current data indicating that Tulare City School District made 17 of 33 targets. The district s Academic Performance Index has increased 64 points since TCSD students who took the California Standards test in English/Language Arts went from 37.1% proficient or advanced in 2006 to 50.6% proficient or advanced in The district needs to continue professional development in Common Core Standards, instructional use of technology resources and engagement strategies. The district will also research and implement effective timely interventions for students performing below grade level in English/Language Arts and Mathematics instruction. Mrs. Adair stated that Present 2013/2014 Bus Routes, First Reading Approve Local Education Agency (LEA) Plan

12 Page No. 4 Board Minutes October 22, 2013 Performance Goal #4, Safe School will promote parent and community involvement allowing school sites to be safe, drug free and conducive to learning for all students. Upon a motion made by Mrs. Henderson, seconded by Ms. Garcia, the Board approved the Local Education Agency (LEA) Plan as presented. Approve Local Education Agency (LEA) Plan (continued) Ayes: Henderson, Garcia, Plascencia, Epps, Janes Noes: None Job descriptions of Instructional Technology Support Technician and Instructional Technology AV Technician were presented to the Board for a first reading. Mr. Pierschbacher stated that the Instructional Technology Support Technician will run a Help Desk and possess knowledge of computer installations and de-installations. The Instructional Technology AV Technician must have the ability to service phones, IPads and mobile devices. These two positions will assist and support the district s technology department. These two job descriptions will be returned at the November 12, 2013 Board meeting for a second reading and adoption. Dr. Gist stated that Assembly Bill 1266, Pupil rights: sex-segregated school programs and activities, which will go into effect in January, She then introduced Carol Laird, Deputy County Counsel for the County of Tulare. Ms. Laird gave a PowerPoint presentation on Protecting the Rights of Transgender Students. Ms. Garcia stated she was proud that the Tulare City School District provides a safe learning environment for all students. Mrs. Janes thanked Ms. Laird for her informative presentation. Mrs. Janes opened the public comment period. There were no comments. The public comment period was closed. Mrs. Janes thanked the visitors for their attendance. The personnel report was reviewed by Mr. Pierschbacher. Present Job Descriptions of Instructional Technology Support Technician; Instructional Technology AV Technician, First Reading Presentation on Protecting the Rights of Transgender Students Public Comment Period Recognition of Visitors Personnel Report NAME SCHOOL EFFECTIVE DATE CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL REQUEST FOR PREGNANCY DISABILITY LEAVE Alisha Ellis Wilson Approx. 12/5/13-1/16/14 Speech Therapist Jessica Vargas Roosevelt Approx. 4/13/14 5/27/14 4 th Grade

13 Page No. 5 Board Minutes October 22, 2013 CLASSIFIED MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL REASSIGNMENT Sandra Carla King District 1/1/14 Payroll Clerk to Confidential Secretary Personnel Report (continued) CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT Didia Costa Roosevelt 10/14/13 Lunch Server (3.5 hrs) Alice Flores Mulcahy 10/16/13 Special Ed Aide (3.5 hrs) Dominique Handsbur Lincoln 10/7/13 Cafeteria Scanner (3.5 hrs) Mary Ann Rojas Lincoln 10/24/13 LVN (7.5 hrs) CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL REASSIGNMENT Stephanie Dodson Cherry to 10/24/13 Bilingual Aide (3.5 hrs) to TBA School Secretary (4 hrs) Mary Beth Langlie Alpine Vista to 10/24/13 Clerk (3.5 hrs) to TBA School Secretary (4 hrs) CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL REQUEST FOR CATASTROPHIC LEAVE Danelle Gilman Lincoln 9/23/13 10/18/13 Spec Ed Aide (3.5 hrs) 10/21/13 11/19/13 CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL REQUEST FOR CHILD REARING LEAVE Lorraine Epperson Heritage 11/18/13 11/22/13 Instr. Aide (4 hrs)

14 Page No. 6 Board Minutes October 22, 2013 CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL - RESIGNATION Samantha Carrillo Cypress 10/29/13 Cafeteria Scanner (3.5 hrs) Personnel Report (continued) Lucia Pinheiro District Kitchen 12/24/13 Cook (4 hrs) Ms. Garcia made a motion, seconded by Mr. Plascencia, to accept the Personnel Report as presented. Ayes: Garcia, Plascencia, Epps, Henderson, Janes Noes: None With no other business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:50 p.m. ATTEST: Adjournment Clare Gist, Ed.D. Secretary Sue Howarth Recording Secretary Willard Epps Clerk

15 INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY AV TECHNICIAN Under the direction of the Director of Information Services the Instructional Technology AV Technician will implement and manage technology equipment in the district. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Accurately record and maintain inventory related to installation of all Promethean hardware and software equipment. Perform installation and maintenance of projectors and related Promethean equipment. Installation and maintenance of computer connections to AV equipment, including configuration of computer software. Troubleshoot AV equipment computer connections and Promethean software. Maintain, clean, repair and replace Promethean projectors and accessories. Accurately record and maintain inventory related to installation of all multipurpose and meeting room equipment. Install and maintain projectors and related sound equipment for multipurpose and meeting rooms. Install, repair and maintain wired and wireless microphone systems for multipurpose and meeting rooms. Serve as lead technician for installation, repair and maintenance of phone systems and mobile devices. Program and maintain VOIP telephone systems. Serve as lead technician for installation, repair and maintenance of telepresence systems (video cameras, microphones, VOIP gateways). Perform training for administrative users of telepresence systems. Perform or assist in completion of all applicable installation and upgrade projects. Coordinate and perform various low voltage cabling projects. Maintain a positive and service oriented attitude in communication and resolution of technical support calls with all district users. Respond to user requests assigned in district help desk system. Learn new district software as adopted to be able to troubleshoot service calls related to user usage of new software. Assist in maintaining an inventory of IT and Curriculum software and hardware. Inventory and discard materials according to district standard procedures. Receive, configure and test new equipment. Enforce district software licensing policy and district acceptable use of technology policy Maintain district IT standard of service Communicate with Director of Information Services on any potential issues that would affect 100% completion of installation projects within specified deadlines for each project. Escalate any project to Director of Information Services that requires resources beyond area of responsibility. Perform other duties as assigned by management. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Ability to meet physical requirements necessary to safely and effectively perform required duties. Ability to type at a rate of forty five (45) words per minute. Ability to follow oral and written directions.

16 Ability to get along with co-workers and deal with the general public tactfully and courteously. Ability to work independently. Possess a valid and appropriate California State Driver s license. Ability to operate, repair, and maintain the District s technology equipment. Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with adults. KNOWLEDGE OF: Installation and maintenance of Promethean hardware and software. Category 3, 5, 6 and audio visual cabling requirements. Installation and configuration of LCD and DLP projectors, cables as well as experience connecting these to Windows XP and Windows 7 based computers. Installation and maintenance of VOIP and mobile devices SKILL AND ABILITY TO: Maintain excellent interpersonal relationships with co-workers. Provide excellent customer support in performance of duties. Maintain district policies and procedures as they apply to installation, service and technical troubleshooting. Repair, support, and upgrade of Microsoft Windows computers. Provide technical support to varied levels and types of computer users. Multi-task and organize projects and work independently. Accept project changes with a positive attitude and be flexible to project demands. PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS: Ability to: Sit and stand for extended periods of time. Reach in all directions. Lift and carry forty (40) pounds. Bend, twist, kneel and stoop. Write legible reports. Read notes, memos and printed material. Speak clearly and effectively. Experience: Successful completion of AA/AS Degree in Computer Technology or closely related field. At least three years of progressively responsible related work experience in the implementation of audio visual and phone technology systems, including customer service, installation, repair and maintenance. Prior extensive experience in performing job duties listed in non-educational or educational industries may serve as substitute for formal education requirement. Work Year: The work year is two hundred sixty (260) days less paid holidays and earned vacation

17 This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex (pregnancy or gender), sexual orientation, marital status, national origin (including language use restrictions), ancestry, disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), age (40 and above), medical condition (cancer/genetic characteristics), denial of family and medical care leave, or denial of pregnancy disability leave or reasonable accommodation. Inquiries regarding compliance procedures may be directed to our personnel office. This organization is a Drug and Tobacco-Free Workplace. This organization requires a successful candidate to provide employment eligibility and verification of a legal right to work in the United States in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Pending Board approval: (Draft #1 October 15, 2013)

18 INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT TECHNICIAN Under the direction of the Director of Information Services and with guidance from the Instructional Technology Service Manager, the Instructional Technology Support Technician will implement and manage technology support services and technology equipment in the district. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Accurately troubleshoot and deliver excellent support to incoming service requests both via the IT Department Call Center and the IT Department User Hop Desk Request System Accurately record and monitor service requests in automated help system. Maintain a positive and service oriented attitude in communication and resolution of technical support calls with all district users Organize and communicate user request to other district support entities. Communicate with the Instructional Technology Service Manager for user requests that exceeds Tier 1 Support responsibility or ability Serve as lead technician for onsite help desk service calls. Serve as lead technician for onsite installations and de-installations Perform computer, mobile device and audio-visual installations, de-installations, and upgrades Learn new district software as adopted to be able to troubleshoot service calls related to user usage of new software. Assist in maintaining an inventory of IT and Curriculum software and hardware. Inventory and discard materials according to district standard procedures. Receive, configure and test new equipment. Enforce district software licensing policy and district acceptable use of technology policy Maintain district IT standard of service Communicate with Director of Information Services on any potential issues that would affect 100% completion of installation projects within specified deadlines for each project. Escalate any project to Director of Information Services that requires resources beyond area of responsibility. Perform other duties as assigned by management. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Ability to meet physical requirements necessary to safely and effectively perform required duties. Ability to type at a rate of forty five (45) words per minute. Ability to follow oral and written directions. Ability to get along with co-workers and deal with the general public tactfully and courteously. Ability to work independently. Possess a valid and appropriate California State Driver s license. Ability to operate, repair, and maintain the District s technology equipment. Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with adults. KNOWLEDGE OF: Remote support and resolution of user technical support calls A variety of technology systems: network, server, desktop, and mobile devices. Experience with industry development of technology products in these areas. Network and Internet practices and standards including WAN, LAN routing and switching functionality. Proper procedure in upgrading and disposing of computer hardware and software.

19 SKILL AND ABILITY TO: Maintain excellent interpersonal relationships with co-workers. Maintain district policies and procedures as they apply to installation, service and technical troubleshooting. Repair, support, and upgrade of Microsoft Windows computers. Install, troubleshoot and/or repair many types of technological equipment. Participate as a team member with groups and individuals in the implementation of District-wide and site-specific uses of technology. Provide technical support to varied levels and types of computer users. Multi-task and organize projects and work independently. Accept project changes with a positive attitude and be flexible to project demands. PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS: Ability to: Sit and stand for extended periods of time. Reach in all directions. Lift and carry forty (40) pounds. Bend, twist, kneel and stoop. Write legible reports. Read notes, memos and printed material. Speak clearly and effectively. Experience: Successful completion of AA/AS Degree in Computer Technology or closely related field. At least three years of progressively responsible related work experience in the implementation of technology systems, including customer service, installation, repair and maintenance. Prior extensive experience in performing job duties listed in non-educational or educational industries may serve as substitute for formal education requirement. Work Year: The work year is two hundred sixty (260) days less paid holidays and earned vacation This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex (pregnancy or gender), sexual orientation, marital status, national origin (including language use restrictions), ancestry, disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), age (40 and above), medical condition (cancer/genetic characteristics), denial of family and medical care leave, or denial of pregnancy disability leave or reasonable accommodation. Inquiries regarding compliance procedures may be directed to our personnel office. This organization is a Drug and Tobacco-Free Workplace. This organization requires a successful candidate to provide employment eligibility and verification of a legal right to work in the United States in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Pending Board approval: (Draft #1 October 15, 2013)

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32 The Single Plan for Student Achievement Lincoln Elementary School School Name CDS Code Date of this revision: November, 2013 The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a plan of actions to raise the academic performance of all students to the level of performance goals established under the California Academic Performance Index. California Education Code sections 41507, 41572, and and the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) require each school to consolidate all school plans for programs funded through the School and Library Improvement Block Grant, the Pupil Retention Block Grant, the Consolidated Application, and NCLB Program Improvement into the Single Plan for Student Achievement. For additional information on school programs and how you may become involved locally, please contact the following person: Contact Person: Don Dargo Position: Principal Telephone Number: Address: 909 East Cedar Street Tulare, CA Address: Tulare City School District School District Superintendent: Dr. Clare Gist Telephone Number: (559) Address: 600 North Cherry Street Tulare, CA Address: The District Governing Board approved this revision of the School Plan on November 12, The Single Plan for Student Achievement 1 of 43 11/5/13

33 Table of Contents Single Plan for Student Achievement Lincoln Elementary School II. School Vision and Mission... 3 III. School Profile... 4 IV. Comprehensive Needs Assessment Components... 5 V. Description of Barriers and Related School Goals... 6 VI. Planned Improvements in Student Performance... 7 Appendix A - School and Student Performance Data Table 1: Academic Performance Index by Student Group Table 2: Title III Accountability (District Data) Table 3: English-Language Arts Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Table 4: Mathematics Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Table 5: California English Language Development (CELDT) Data Appendix B - Analysis of Current Instructional Program Appendix C - Summary of Expenditures in this Plan Total Expenditures by Object Type and Funding Source Total Expenditures by Funding Source Total Expenditures by Object Type Total Expenditures by Goal Appendix D - Recommendations and Assurances (Lincoln Elementary School) Appendix E - Home/School Compact Appendix F - School Site Council Membership: Lincoln Elementary School Appendix G - Miscellaneous Items for Lincoln Elementary School The Single Plan for Student Achievement 2 of 43 11/5/13

34 II. School Vision and Mission LINCOLN SCHOOL S VISION STATEMENT The Lincoln School staff, family and community will form a partnership to provide a safe, caring and secure environment where children are given meaningful learning opportunities to develop to their fullest potentials, academically, socially, emotionally and physically. The goal of this partnership will be successful life-long learners. Consistent with the mission statement is a commitment and sense of school-wide unity in working toward this vision. Part of the vision is to ensure that all students will have equal access to the core curriculum. The instructional program is based on the State Frameworks of Study and the State Standards and is implemented to students in a developmentally appropriate, integrated, child-centered, meaningful, hands-on teaching style. Specific goals for all students are as follows: 1. Students will develop content knowledge/understanding and skills in the areas of language arts, mathematics, science, social science, visual and performing arts, and health. These will be taught through an integrated curriculum.. 2. Students will become proficient in critical thinking and problem solving. Blooms Taxonomy will be the focus for questioning. 3. Students will develop positive self-awareness/esteem and respect for the dignity of others as classrooms will take on a community/family atmosphere. Along with the Character Counts program, a cooperative learning style will be implemented throughout the school. 4. We will know we are accomplishing our vision when all of our students are: * Self-Directed Learners, who use positive core values to create a positive vision for themselves and their future, set priotities and achievable goals, create options for themselves, monitor and evaluate their progress, and assume responsibility for their actions. * Collaborative Workers, who use effective leadership and group skills to develop and manage interpersonal relationships within culturally diverse settings. * Complex Thinkers, who identify, access, integrate, and use available resources and information to reason, make decisions, and solve complex problems in a variety of contexts. * Community Contributors, who contribute their time, energies, and talents to improving the welfare of others, and the quality of life in their diverse communities. * Quality Producers, who create intellectual, artistic, practical, and physical products that reflect originality, high standards, and the use of advanced technologies. The Single Plan for Student Achievement 3 of 43 11/5/13

35 III. School Profile Lincoln School is one of fifteen schools in the Tulare City School District. It serves approximately 344 students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade. Many of the students come from the surrounding neighborhood. The following data is from the 2013 CBEDS report. Technical Assistance provided by the District Office: Data collection and analysis of student performance data Effective lesson design and implementation Intensive intervention programs Strategic interventions Tulare City School District Technical Assistance Team: Paula Adair-Director of Student Services/RTI Brian Hollingshead-Director of Curriculum Paul Reagan-Bilingual/Migrant Coordinator School budgets School wide planning Parent involvement/school climate Martin Suey-Data/Technology Curriculum Specialist Tricia Grissom-District Nurse (Title IV) Teresa Sharley-Child Welfare and Attendance Officer ***10% of the school's Title I budget is allocated to the position of RTI Teacher for the purpose of providing high quality professional development for staff members to improve student achievement. The Single Plan for Student Achievement 4 of 43 11/5/13

36 IV. Comprehensive Needs Assessment Components A. Data Analysis (See Appendix A) The following needs are based upon the AYP and API data we have of our current students: Continue to improve the academic performance of all students, including all identified subgroups, by meeting or exceeding the API target growth and the Annual Measurable Objectives required to meet AYP in Language Arts and Math. Lincoln School did not meet API growth targets. Lincoln School met 9 of 17 AYP annual measurable objectives for all students. Staff will focus on the identified subgroups, Hispanic, Socio-Economically Disadvantaged, and English Learners, to meet the API and AYP in Language Arts and math. B. Surveys Analysis of parent, staff, and student surveys completed in the spring of 2012, indicate the following needs: (See appendix for results) Teacher Survey Teachers indicated that they would like to continue the emphasis on the Essential 10. Teachers expressed a desire for more information on what to bring to SAT meetings as well as more time to discuss students. Some teachers would like to schedule the Lincoln Lion's Den Reading Club in the afternoon instead of before school. Teachers indicated a need for staff development on the new California Common Core State Standards. Some teachers indicated that they would like the Leadership Team to assist more in making site decisions. Parent Survey Parents feeling that students at Lincoln are safe while at school increased by 1% from the previous year. The survey indicates that 95% of parents feel their child likes school. This decreased by 3% from the previous year. Student Survey: (2nd - 6th grade) 75% of students surveyed feel safe on the playground. This is an increase of 12% from the previous year. 73% of students surveyed like school. This shows an increase of 18% from the previous year. 98% of students have high expectations of graduating from high school and 98% plan on going on to college. C. Classroom Observations Based upon staff conversations, principal observations, and grade level meetings, the following needs are evident: In order to increase their repertoire of instructional strategies with guided reading instruction, teachers need opportunity to collaborate with fellow teachers, and receive additional training. Staff and parents continue to seek ways to enrich Lincoln School's culture and learning environment. Teachers need additional training and opportunity to work collaboratively in order to fully implement technology. All English Language Learners will utilize LEXIA daily. Teachers will develop teaching strategies that are in relation to the higher level of Bloom's Taxonomy. Teachers will utilize ROLA in order to guide instruction. D. Student Work and School Documents Spring 2013 CST Data Percent proficient and above by grade CST Spring 2013 K 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th ELA n/a n/a 34% 44% 55% 38% 54% Math n/a n/a 39% 54% 68% 48% 49% The School Site Council and English Language Advisory Committees will conduct a local monitor and review of the schoolwide program in March of E. Analysis of Current Instructional Program (See Appendix B) All performance goals are being met. The Single Plan for Student Achievement 5 of 43 11/5/13

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