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1 Omaha Public Schools School Improvement Plan Elementary School: Field Club Growth Goals Goal Area: Mathematics Focus Skill(s): Number Sense, Geometry/Measurement, Algebra, and Data Analysis/Probability (choose 1-2) Strategy: Gradual Release with skills groups during guided and independent practice. With the use of Go Math, Field Club staff will focus on mastery of facts, academic vocabulary, high yield strategies and problem solving, and descriptive feedback. Teachers will continue to use Gradual Release of Instruction to plan instruction for whole group, small group and independent practice. Acuity, NWEA MAP and K-1 Assessment data along with formative and summative checks will be used to plan differentiated instruction. Teachers will provide a language rich environment utilizing math talk and think alouds along with other high yield math strategies such as Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract, Multiple Representations and Multiple Methods. Measurable Objective (growth goal): All subgroups will increase their NeSA-M scores by 5% raising Field Club Math proficiency to 73% Goal Area: Reading Focus Skill(s): Vocabulary or Comprehension Strategy: Teachers will continue to use Gradual Release of Instruction to plan instruction for whole group, small group and independent practice. At Field Club, teachers will also use assessment data such as Benchmarking, Acuity, NWEA MAP and K-1 Assessment, along with benchmarking, running records and progress monitoring to differentiate instruction for students. Engagement strategies will be imbedded in daily instruction. Measurable Objective (stretch goal): All subgroups will increase their NeSA-R scores by 5% raising Field Club Reading Proficiency to 81% Goal Area: Writing Focus Skill(s): Organization, Sentence Fluency, Voice, Word Choice and Conventions Strategy: Field Club will focus on the school-wide implementation of Writer s Model of instruction. Teachers will utilize Gradual Release of Instruction to plan writing activities to include writing across the content areas, mentor texts, conferencing and sharing of writing, both student and teacher. Word work instruction during the literacy block will support writing proficiency. 3 rd and 4 th grade students will participate in district writing practice assessments. Assessments will be analyzed by teachers to plan for continued instruction. Measurable Objective (stretch goal): All subgroups will increase their NeSA-W by 5% raising Field Club Writing Proficiency to 60% Goal Area: Science Focus Skill(s): Inquiry Strategy: Field Club teachers will continue to use Gradual Release of Instruction to plan for rigorous science instruction, utilizing Literacy Strategies Across the Content Areas and imbedded Engagement activities. 5 th Grade teachers at Field Club will utilize Acuity data to guide instruction and plan for differentiation. Formal and Informal Assessments will be utilized at all grade levels.

2 Measurable Objective (stretch goal): All subgroups will increase their NeSA-S by 5% raising Field Club Science Proficiency to 66% Goal Area: Attendance Focus: Decreasing Student Absences and Tardies Strategy: Attendance meetings involving the administration, guidance counselors, attendance secretary and parents. The counselors at Field will implement an incentive plan, goal setting with identified students and continued parent contacts. Home visits and attendance letters will be sent as appropriate. Measurable Objective (growth goal): The number of students with excessive absences (more than 10 days from the school year) will decrease by 10% at the school level and at grade levels data: 61 out of 650 students with 10 or more absences goal: 55 students with 10or more absences Year-long Professional Development Plan Week of: Professional Development Topic Person(s) Responsible Cost August Building wide Procedures and Routines recommended Team Reinforce Balanced Literacy Reinforce Engagement Focus on Writer s Launching Barbara Wild Valerie Varas Nicky Kershaw Weekly Grade Level Meetings beginning August 25 beginning August 21 August 3 Leadership Kick-off Due Process (p.m.) Mark Evans Office of School Support

3 New Teacher Orientation (a.m.) New Teacher Building Orientation (p.m.) August 4 Due Process (p.m.) New Teacher Orientation/Induction Ceremony (a.m) New Teacher Building Work Time (p.m.) August 5 Building SIP (1/2 day) Teacher Planning and Preparation (1/2 day) August 6 and 7 Curriculum Day: One full day as assigned by Curriculum Instruction and Assessment On the day not assigned: Building SIP (1/2 day) and Teacher Planning and Preparation (1/2 day) August 10 Teacher Planning and Preparation (1 day) Curriculum Day for Elementary Specialists August 11 Building SIP (1/2 day) Teacher Planning and Preparation (1/2 day) August 28 PD presentation Faculty, P4K September Writer s Writing in Math No Excuses University Weekly Grade Level meetings & Supervision Human Resources/Staff Development Office of School Support & Supervision Human Resources/Staff Development Team members Curriculum Instruction and Assessment Team members Partnership 4 Kids Collaboration with Field Club Team

4 September 1 Principals Meeting MTSS B Tier 1 Writing Minilesson: Best Instructional Practices Handbook Update Minilesson: Academic Action Plan Reboot September 14 (Labor Day: No school Monday, Sept. 7) September 15 or 16 (sign-up via inservices.ops.org; attend one day) One day refresher coaching workshop for Principals and Team members who have completed previous classroom coaching workshops Curriculum Instruction and Assessment Kathy Kennedy Staff Development Barbara Wild Valerie Varas Kathleen Hinman Paula Jakopovic Nicky Kershaw PD presentation Faculty September 15 Peer Observations All Certified Staff Debrief meeting by grade levels connections to Best Practices September 18 Building SIP (1/2 day) Curriculum Day (Schedule TBD) (1/2 day) Specialists: Art, Music, PE, Library (follow building schedule) Counselors: (follow building schedule) Nurses: (full day) September 21 Team Plan (full day) book No Excuses University 6 Focus on Planning and Implementation of Best Practices in Writing, Reading, Math Kathleen Hinman Literacy Facilitator Barbara Wild Principal Valerie Varas Assistant

5 Exceptional Systems Writing in Math September 25 PD presentation Faculty Principal Caitlin Armstrong 5 th grade teacher Stefanie Kallhoff paraprofessional Jessica Scarpa 5 th grade teacher Paula Jakopovic Math Facilitator No Excuses University Six Exceptional Systems September 30 School Stat Participation Barbara Wild September 30 October 1 Math Studio Classroom Participation Paula Jakopovic Nicky Kershaw Data Analysis (Prescreen Acuity) Grade Level Meetings Team October Writing Minilesson: Best Instructional Practices Update Minilesson: Academic Action Plan Reboot Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching Team Beginning 6 weeks Prime Time Family Literacy

6 October 13 Principals Meeting Math Focus Minilessons: Standardized Grading Practices and Special Needs Grading Office 365 Sites October 15 or 16 (schedule TBD: attend one ½ day session) Coaching practice sessions for Principals and District Coaching Team members Curriculum Instruction and Assessment Kathy Kennedy Curriculum Instruction and Assessment Field Club hosting Elementary Principals and District Coaching Team October 19 PD presentation - Faculty October 20 Team Planning Descriptive Feedback Connections to Guided Reading, Writer s Conferring, Math October 22 Parent-Teacher Conferences Paraprofessional PD Structure and Limits Collective for Youth October 28, 29 Math Studio classroom Paula Jakopovic Barbara Wild October 30 PD presentation - Faculty Celebration of 1 st quarter work, Data Review and Plan for 2 nd quarter Data Analysis and Progress Monitoring (First Quarter Grades and Acuity) Grade Level Meetings Team meetings Coaching Team meetings November Descriptive Feedback Writer s NO Excuses University Six Exceptional Systems Critical Thinking Jill Jackson Math Focus Minilesson: Standardized Grading Practices Office 365 Sites

7 Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching Nov. 5 Health and Wellness Night Field Club staff November 10 Principals Meeting AQuESTT Minilesson: Coaching for Teachers Curriculum Instruction and Assessment November 18 School Stat participation Barbara Wild November 12 or Coaching practice sessions for District Coaching Team 13 members (schedule TBD: Leveled attend one ½ day Assessments session) November 17 Peer Observations All Certified Staff Debrief meeting by grade levels connections to Best Practices November 24 2 nd grade-level meeting pd from science coaches 2 nd grade team November 25 Building SIP (1/2 day) Teacher Inservice/Work Day (1/2 day) No Excuses University, Six Exceptional Systems Writing Focus: Vertical Alignment, Analyzed student writing samples applications across the curriculum Data Review December Writer s Barbara Wild Valerie Varas Nicky Kershaw Paula Jakopovic Kathleen Hinman

8 AQUESTT Minilessons: Coaching for Teachers and Leveled Assessments Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching December 1 Principals Meeting Data Ownership Minilesson: MTSS B Tier I December 2 December 4 PD presentation Faculty : Career and College Ready English Language Arts Standards Data Analysis (Acuity Diagnostic) January Writer s Minilesson: MTSS B Tier I Building wide Procedures and Routines revisited and review of first semester referral data recommended for one meeting Curriculum Instruction and Assessment

9 Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching January 2 5 th grade-level meeting pd from science coaches January 4 Teacher Planning and Preparation (full day) 2 nd grade January 13 School Stat participation Barbara Wild January 13, 14 Math Studio Classroom Paula Jakopovic Valerie Varas January 15 PD presentation Faculty January 12 Principals Meeting Human Resources Teacher Appraisal Callibration January 21 Arts Focus Family Night Field Club Staff January 28 or 29 (schedule TBD: attend one ½ day session) Data Analysis and Progress Monitoring (Semester Grades and Acuity) Coaching practice sessions for Principals and District Coaching Team members February Writer s Weekly Grade Level meetings Kathy Kennedy

10 Weekly Coaching February 2 Peer Observations All Certified Staff Debrief meeting by grade levels connections to Best Practices February 5 PD presentation Faculty February 9 Principals Meeting TBD Minilesson: MTSSB Tier 1 Minilesson: Leveled Assessments - Curriculum Instruction and Assessment February 10, 11 Math Studio Classroom Paula Jakopovic Nicky Kershaw February 11 Math and Science Family Night Field Club staff February 12 PD Early Dismissal: Critical Thinking, Jill Jackson February 18 or 19 (schedule TBD: attend one ½ day session) February 23 Coaching practice sessions for members PD TEAM Plan: Critical Thinking, Jill Jackson Literacy and Math development support District Coaching Team February 24 School Stat participation Barbara Wild February 25 Parent-Teacher Conferences Paraprofessional Development

11 February 29 PD presentation Faculty Data Analysis and Progress Monitoring (Mid- Year Predictive Acuity) March Writer s Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching Minilesson: MTSSB Tier 1 Minilesson: Leveled Assessments Ask-Listen-Encourage; Collective for Youth March 1 Principals Meeting TBD Minilesson: Standardized Grading Practices March 4 PD presentation Faculty Curriculum Instruction and Assessment - Data review March 30 School Stat participation Barbara Wild March 31 Reading and Literacy Family Field Club staff Night April Data Review Writer s

12 Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching Standardized Grading Practices April 8 PD presentation Faculty April 12 Principals Meeting TBD Minilesson: Leveled Assessments - Curriculum Instruction and Assessment April 21 Mexican Food Night - Field Club staff and parents April 22 Team Planning Data Review Acuity Growth Reports Writer s Critical Thinking Jill Jackson Reframing conflict Collective for Youth April 25 Teacher Planning and Preparation (full day)

13 May Writer s Weekly Grade Level meetings Weekly Coaching Minilesson: Leveled Assessments May 6 PD presentation Faculty May 10 Principals Meeting TBD May 23 Building SIP (1/2 day) Teacher Planning and Preparation (1/2 day) May 24 Teacher Planning and Preparation (full day) - Curriculum Instruction and Assessment Barbara Wild Valerie Varas Nicky Kershaw Paula Jakopovic Kathleen Hinman Barbara Wild Valerie Varas Nicky Kershaw Paula Jakopovic Kathleen Hinman

14 June - June 29 and 30 *Dates selected to avoid summer school SIP s - Curriculum Instruction and Assessment

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