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1 Simon Elementary Curriculum Mapping Measurable Goal: By the end of the school year, 100% of all grade levels from first through third grade will have a curriculum map of each month in the areas of: Reading, Writing, and Spelling. Training and distribution of the curriculum matrix template Frank Mandera Fall 2008 Quarterly progress $0 N/A Next year Completion of curriculum matrix template in the areas of reading, spelling, and writing Evaluate instruction and assessment of lessons to ensure that they are aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards and Frameworks Share and align curriculum instruction among various grade levels 1-3rd Teachers (PreK-K) Fall Teachers and specialists will work on matrix during SIP days quarterly Frank Mandera Formal and informal evaluation that includes observation and survey activities All certified staff Fall 2008 Use SIP days for staff to review grade level curriculum maps $0 N/A Next year $0 N/A $0 N/A Next year

2 Simon Elementary Unification of Elementary Levels Measurable Goal: By the school year, all elementary grades (K-5 th grade) will have a unified procedure for discipline, parent/student handbook, and curriculum articulation. Review Seward/Simon disciplinary procedures and develop a mutual discipline procedure (PreK-5 th grade) Frank Mandera Sean Monahan Spring Quarterly $1000 for professional leave and materials Elementary policy to unify the parent/student handbook Frank Mandera Sean Monahan Selected Certified Spring December Quarterly during SIP days $1000 for materials Finalize the parent/student handbook Frank Mandera Sean Monahan Building representatives Spring 2008 Quarterly during SIP days $1000 for materials In-process Continue Elementary Study Groups in all three buildings Certified Principals Fall Meet as needed, time dedicated during staff $0 Continue Cross Grade Level Meetings Certified Principals Fall 2006 Once per semester during SIP days $0

3 Simon Elementary WRITING DEVELOPMENT Measurable Goal: By , grades 1-3 will align a new writing assessment that is developmentally appropriate for students. Writing will be scored twice a year using a student friendly scoring rubric. Student writing scores will increase 5% in correlation to individual student writing samples annually. Review past writing rubrics Modify and Create New Writing Rubrics to align with grade level curriculum s s Student friendly and developmentally appropriate rubric Student friendly and developmentally appropriate rubric $2500 annually $2500 annually District District Next year Next year Next year Implement new schoolwide writing assessments in 2 nd and 4 th quarters s Principal/Teacher review of Writing samples $0 District Continue the development of ISAT required extended response writing s Principal/Teacher review of Writing samples $0 District Next year Peer modeling and coaching of ISAT required extended response writing Peers/Teachers Teacher Feedback $1000 annually District Next year

4 Simon Elementary READING IMPROVEMENT Measurable Goal: By , 90% of all students will have reading scores in the Meets and Exceeds areas of the ISAT and/or other local assessments annually. Create a Reading Induction Program (RIP) for New Students to the Winnebago CUSD 323 Principal /Literacy Specialists Pre/Post Survey of students reading abilities within the (RIP) $1000 annually District Next year Increase vocabulary development for all students (Gr 1-3) s Number of times words are used at school classroom & specials $0 N/A Students will increase reading connections to text to text, text to self, and text to world to improve reading comprehension s ISAT Scores / NWEA Comprehension Assessments $0 N/A Provide staff communication time for teachers to share best practices in reading instruction s Review current best practices in reading instruction $0 N/A Increase use of written and oral retellings by students to improve comprehension s ISAT Scores/ Student retellings $0 N/A

5 Simon Elementary SPELLING DEVELOPMENT Measurable Goal: By , investigate and implement a developmentally appropriate spelling program the follows the current best practices in elementary education. Research the current best practices in appropriate spelling programs s/ Lead Teacher Facilitator Survey the teachers about current spelling practices $2500 annually District Purchase or devise spelling program to meet the needs of all learners grades 1-3 Principal/ Lead Teacher Facilitator N/A $3000 District Provide appropriate professional development in spelling program Principal/ Lead Teacher Facilitator Teacher Feedback $2500 annually District Not Identify a unified spelling intervention curriculum for grades 1-3 s/ Lead Teacher Facilitator Evaluate the consistency across grade levels $2500 annually District Consistent parent communication across grade levels 1-3 s Survey parents of the grade level spelling program $0 N/A Not

6 Simon Elementary Teaching Model (Special Education & Regular Education) Measurable Goal: By , integrate the co-teaching model of special education in order for students and/or curriculum to be mainstreamed regular education classroom. Special education teachers and regular education teachers co-teach in the areas of writing and math Teachers / Special Education Teachers Lesson Plan N/A Hire additional special education teacher/rti Coordinator to dedicate more time to co-teaching model Principal Fall 2008 Special education minutes per student $32000 annually District Not Create a schedule that would allow regular education teachers and special education teachers to have a common planning time Principal Schedules N/A Not

7 Simon Elementary Response to Intervention (RtI) Measurable Goal: By -2008, develop and integrate a response to intervention model of identifying at-risk students before implementing any learning-disabled special education students. Attend RtI seminars, workshops, and school site visits RtI Task Force Meetings $2500 annually District Evaluate curriculum based measurement tools RtI Screening and Implementation RtI will evaluate curriculum based measurement tools semesters $10,000 District Evaluate classroom based interventions RtI Screening and Implementation Quarterly TEAM $2000 District Creation of the Tier System of Interventions RtI Screening and Implementation Quarterly TEAM $2000 District Implement assessment tools and interventions RtI Coordinator input at and conferences $1700 District

8 Simon Elementary TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Measurable Goal: Simon Elementary will be integrating technology into their grade level curriculum framework quarterly using the computer-center model. Acquire additional computers to each classroom K-5 grade Principal/ Technology Director Teacher development of technology infused curriculum $7000 annually District and E-Rate Research of Technology Programs and Websites s Pre/Post test assessments of technology integration projects $2500 annually District Implement technology that instructs students in areas of literacy, math, and science Principal / s Lesson Plans $10000 annually District / Technology Designate a technology leader for each building for best practice research and training of programs Principal / Technology Director Teacher feedback $2500 annually District Not

9 Seward Early Learning Center Curriculum Mapping Measurable Goal: By the end of the school year, 100% of all grade levels from Prekindergarten and Kindergarten will have a curriculum map of each month in the areas of: Reading, Writing, and Spelling. Training and distribution of the curriculum matrix template Frank Mandera Fall Quarterly progress $0 N/A Next year Completion of curriculum matrix template in the areas of reading, spelling, and writing Evaluate instruction and assessment of lessons to ensure that they are aligned to the Illinois Kindergarten and Early Learning Standards Teachers (PreK-K) Fall - Spring 2008 Teachers and specialists will work on matrix during SIP days quarterly Frank Mandera Formal and informal evaluation that includes observation and survey activities $0 N/A Next year $0 N/A Share and align curriculum instruction among various grade levels PreK-1 st grade All certified staff Fall 2008 Use SIP days for staff to review grade level curriculum maps $0 N/A Next year

10 Seward Early Learning Center Unification of Elementary Levels Measurable Goal: By the school year, all elementary grades (K-5 th grade) will have a unified procedure for discipline, parent/student handbook, and curriculum articulation. Review Seward/Simon disciplinary procedures and develop a mutual discipline procedure (PreK-5 th grade) Frank Mandera Sean Monahan Spring Quarterly $1000 for professional leave and materials Elementary policy to unify the parent/student handbook Frank Mandera Sean Monahan Selected Certified Spring December Quarterly during SIP days $1000 for materials Finalize the parent/student handbook Frank Mandera Sean Monahan Building representatives Spring 2008 Quarterly during SIP days $1000 for materials In-process Continue Elementary Study Groups in all three buildings Certified Principals Fall Meet as needed, time dedicated during staff $0 Continue Cross Grade Level Meetings Certified Principals Fall 2006 Once per semester during SIP days $0

11 Seward Early Learning Center Literacy Assessments and Instruction Measurable Goal: By the end of the school year, 90% of all kindergarten students will be reading at grade level by using appropriate reading assessments such as AIMSWeb and Prescriptive Instruction. Implement Phonemic Awareness Lessons based on Michael Heggerty Kindergarten Phonological Awareness Assessments Report Cards $1000 District AIMSWeb Screening and Testing RtI Screening Quarterly $2000 District Balanced Literacy using Harcourt Reading Series Kindergarten Harcourt thematic assessments and report cards Already purchased N/A Additional training for Michael Heggerty Phonemic Awareness Kindergarten to evaluate trainings $1500 District

12 Seward Early Learning Center Phonological Awareness Measurable Goal: By -2008, investigate and implement a developmentally appropriate phonological awareness program the follows the current best practices in early elementary education. Training for Michael Heggerty Kindergarten to evaluate training $1500 District Implementation of Phonemic Awareness Program Kindergarten Phonological Awareness Assessments /Aimsweb $0 N/A

13 Seward Early Learning Center Inclusionary Practices of Prekindergarten Program Measurable Goal: By , Prekindergarten and early childhood will be a blended program to accommodate the appropriate needs of all preschool age children. Research and consult with experts in the areas of inclusion techniques in Prekindergarten PreK Teachers Speech Therapists Frank Mandera Spring Spring 2008 Evaluate program bi-monthly ISBE funded N/A Visit other prekindergarten programs that blend special education with regular education PREK Spring Monthly Meetings $1000 to cover for professional leave Rename the current programs under one title (i.e. Early Learning, Bright Beginnings) PREK Spring Meeting N/A Continue and integrate more itinerant services within the regular education classroom environment PREK Special Ed Cooperative Fall - Monthly Meetings Possible afterschool curriculum wage Plan and implementation of Illinois Early Learning Standards into all phases for the blended program PREK Fall Bi-weekly team and/or monthly team $2500

14 Seward Early Learning Center Response to Intervention (RtI) Measurable Goal: By -2008, develop and integrate a response to intervention model of identifying at-risk students before implementing any learning-disabled special education students. Attend RtI seminars, workshops, and school site visits RtI Task Force Meetings $2500 annually District Evaluate curriculum based measurement tools RtI Screening and Implementation RtI will evaluate curriculum based measurement tools semesters $10,000 District Evaluate classroom based interventions RtI Screening and Implementation Quarterly TEAM $2000 District Creation of the Tier System of Interventions RtI Screening and Implementation Quarterly TEAM $2000 District Implement assessment tools and interventions RtI Coordinator input at and conferences $1700 District

15 Seward Early Learning Center Technology Integration Measurable Goal: Seward Elementary will be integrating technology into their grade level curriculum framework quarterly using the computer-center model. Acquire additional computers to each classroom K-5 grade Principal/ Technology Director Teacher development of technology infused curriculum $7000 annually District and E-Rate Research of Technology Programs and Websites s Pre/Post test assessments of technology integration projects $2500 annually District Implement technology that instructs students in areas of literacy, math, and science Principal / s Lesson Plans $10000 annually District / Technology Designate a technology leader for each building for best practice research and training of programs Principal / Technology Director Teacher feedback $2500 annually District Not

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