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1 Demographic Section Summary and Recommendations *Coldwell has shown continuous growth over the past five years. *Currently hold the title of a Blue Ribbon School in Texas. *Our demographic has not changed in the last three years. *We have 98% Hispanic with a mobility rate of 17%. *Attendance rates 95.91% *Class size 18 students per class Coldwell has met standards and received 4 distinctions on the state accountability rating. Closed performance gap in all at risk students groups. Recommended Strategies to Include in CIP: Provide tutoring during school day Hire a full time bilingual certified teacher to provide Early Literacy to all Bilingual students Monitor classroom instruction through lesson plans, classroom walkthroughs and assessments *Economically disadvantaged 84% *English Language Learners 43% Coldwell wants to increase the number of students receiving Level III on the STAAR results Hire part time certified teachers to work with at-risk students Hire a full time bilingual certified teacher Set time every day to do walkthroughs $25, $66, $ 0.00

2 Student Achievement Section Summary and Recommendations (Part I, Questions 1-7) STAAR Averages: *Writing 92%, Reading 91%, Science 86% -All above state averages *Strong RTT - Meeting needs of Tier 2 and 3 *Interventions: Include time for tier instruction within the daily schedule. *SSI, ARD, LPAC, 504, and DRD decisions are timely and beneficial for students Attendance 96% Math 77% Re-teaching concepts to absent and to atrisk students STEM scope not available to all grades. Recommended Strategies to Include in CIP: Continue identification, progress monitoring I-station Purchased license for $8, and existing procedures PreK 2 nd grade level in English and Spanish Strengthening small group instruction Staff Development $5, SSI, ARD, LPAC, & 504 committees need to Keep LPAC clerk $ 0.00 reaming vigilant in addressing the needs of their student Utilize technology tools to address, reteach opportunities for at risk students SPED teacher needs an assistance to implement all goals and objectives $ 0.00 Flipped Classroom Make sessions Mon & Wed. after school during tutoring time. Make STEM available for all grade levels. in a timely manner. Purchase Target Practice for grade 2-5 th Eng. And Spanish $1, Comprehensive Needs Assessment Student Achievement Section Summary and Recommendations (Part II, Questions 8-12) Recommended Strategies to Include in CIP:

3 School Culture and Climate Section Summary and Recommendations Open communication between teachers, administrators, students and parents. Anti-bulling presentation have been in place and ongoing Open campus to all members of the community Increase parents involvement Information sent home must be sent on time Recommended Strategies to Include in CIP: Counselor directed survey with selected group of students Discipline committee One representative from each $ 0.00 grade level Safety committee One representative from each $ 0.00 grade level Attendance binder- Continue to use Review and check absences $ 0.00 Monthly meetings to discuss progress in all areas Members must meet every month $ 0.00

4 Staff Quality, Recruitment and Retention Section Summary and Recommendations Low turnover rate Highly qualified teachers Friendly work environment New teachers have mentors Teacher collaboration Allocate funding to provide additional staff development District and campus does not provide as many staff development opportunities as they used to. More vertical sharing and learning can occur Lock of follow-up and staff development Lack of sharing after staff development. Sent teachers to staff development $10, Provide opportunities for teachers to observed Substitute account $5, other teachers lessons Provide school workshops $0.00

5 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Section Summary and Recommendations District curriculum guides are aligned to the TEKS All instruction is data driven The campus successes are directly correlated to the way the curriculum is delivered. Changes on instruction are made by looking at individual needs and based on data acquired from different sources. Keep teaching to the TEKS and district curriculum Provide staff development to learn new strategies to deliver instruction in different ways Provide substitutes to meet with teachers and look at data. New curriculum guides are going to be implemented next year New material Provide tutoring during the school $10, day as well as after school Staff development account $10, Substitute account $10, Hire two paraprofessional to improve student instruction Purchased supplementary test materials $56, $9, Comprehensive Needs Assessment Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Section Summary and Recommendations (Continued) Provide Kinder to 5 th grade students instructional Field Trips Purchase instructional materials and supplies to enhance student learning. $9, $23,658.56

6 Family and Community Involvement Section Summary and Recommendations Parade at the beginning of the year to celebrate red ribbon week was a success with a large number of parents and members of the community participating on it. Strong parental involvement Parenting classes have increased from previous years Increase attendance for Coffee with the Principal meetings All flyers are sent in English and Spanish Need to increase PTA membership Need to increase VIPs hours School website is not updated regularly Parents have complained about sending too many messages via phone Continuously update website Have meetings to invite more parents to participate in our PTA Keep inviting different agencies to present to our parents about issues that concern and affect student s success. Continue to provide a part time parent liaison to support the school parental involvement Continue to purchase materials to increase parental involvement activities $4, $1,200.00

7 School Context and Organization Section Summary and Recommendations Campus goals is to increase scores: reading -93%, math -90%, science-90% and writing-95% Decrease discipline referrals and increase level III on STAAR testing and by 5% TIER model status. All staff, parents and students are knowledgable of school goals Committees were formed at the beginning of the year to voice teachers opinions in all areas of school related activities Teachers focus is student success After school tutoring is offered for at risk student, technology program is offered to students in 1 st 5 th weekly, dance groups for all students to participate. After school program for daycare services is offered by Parks and Recreational City Program. Provide staff development for all teachers on new curriculum Provide training on discipline strategies Hire tutors to focus on students at-risk Purchase supplementary materials as well as instructional supplies to ensure student success. New teacher staff development must be implemented for new teachers to be successful Need to provide training on discipline strategies to reduce referrals to the office.

8 Technology Section Summary and Recommendations Teachers have been trained on bringing their own device and utilizing them. District trainer available for teacher trainings. 21 st Century Learner Leader on campus Computers available in computer lab and library for students and parents Increase technology equipment inventory Encourage more use of technology Make computers available to all students and parents Encourage 50% grade 1 st 5 th to bring their own devise Need to upgrade computers in all classroom Need to purchase new computers and I pads for students to be used in the classroom. Purchase the Accelerated Reader and STAR programs to enhance reading and technology Integrate technology into lesson plans in order to enhance student learning. I-station web based program Provide technology equipment for students to use technology $5, $8, $7,000.00

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