Polk State Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School (COL) School Improvement Plan (SIP)

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1 Polk State Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School (COL) School Improvement Plan (SIP) School Information School Name: Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School Principal: Bridget Fetter SAC Chair: Rick Jeffries, Assistant Director District Name: Polk Polk State President: Dr. Eileen Holden Date of School Board Approval: Not applicable COL School Improvement Plan August

2 Staff Position Principal Assistant Principal Name Bridget Fetter Rick Jeffries Degree(s)/ Certification(s) Masters/ Educational Leadership, (all Levels); Athletic Coaching, Endorsement; English For Speakers Of Other Languages, Endorsement; English, (grades 6-12); Reading, (grades K 12) Masters/ Educational Leadership, (all Levels); Masters; Guidance and Counseling (all levels); Special Education/SLD (all levels) Number of Years at Current School Years of Experience Prior Performance Record (include prior School Grades, FCAT/statewide assessment Achievement Levels, learning gains, lowest 25%), and AMO progress, along with the associated school year) Guidance Counselor Peter Preston Doctorate; Higher Education, Master s; Mental Health Counseling, English (6-12) 2 14 Math Misty Sparling Mathematics (6-12) 1 20 English Laura Abercrombie English (6-12) 1 6 Math Alric Fischle Math (6-12) 1 14 Science Critical Thinking / Research English/ Reading/ Visual Technology Social Science College and Career Advisor Suzanne Halverson Doctorate; Biology (6-12) 7 8 Charles Lundy Masters; Business Education (6-12) 6 6 Lynsay McCaulley Patricia Sullivan Josefina Mendoza Masters; English (6-12), Reading Endorsement 5 5 Bachelors; Social Science (6-12) 8 8 Master s Social Work, Spanish (K-12), Master s Spanish (6-12) 5 5 COL School Improvement Plan August

3 Strategies for Hiring and Retaining Highly Effective Teachers All hiring of faculty and staff at Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School follows the policies and procedures set forth by Polk State College s Board of Trustees. All instructional faculty hired are required to hold current certification and meet highly effective status. When hiring teachers and other school personnel, Polk State College and Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School pursue individuals with the skills, qualifications, enthusiasm, and demeanor to actively pursue the school's mission and vision. The Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School Director uses College Procedure 6014, Recruiting/Employment Processes, to advertise and fill the position. The director and other College personnel also demonstrate a commitment to providing for equity in employment as specified in Procedure 6052, Equal Opportunity/Equity and Access. The full text of both procedures is found on the Polk State College website at Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School teachers are part of a small learning community. They are paid competitive salaries and have active decision-making roles in all aspects of the school s operations. They enjoy all the College benefits, including the fact that they and members of their immediate families can enroll in College courses at no cost. They have access to professional development activities specific to both individual and group needs and are involved in creating the school s professional development plan each year. Staff Demographics Total Number of Instructional Staff % of First- Year Teachers % of Teachers with 1-5 Years of Experience % of Teachers with 6-14 Years of Experience % of Teachers with 15+ Years of Experience % of Teachers with Advanced Degrees % Highly Effective Teachers % Reading Endorsed Teachers % National Board Certified Teachers % ESOL Endorsed Teachers 11 0% 54% (6) 45% (4) 9% (1) 63% (7) 100% (11) 9% (1) 0% 9% (1) Teacher Mentoring Program/Plan New teachers are mentored by various staff depending on the subjects taught and needs of each staff member. Being a small staff, team mentoring of new staff takes place at all levels. During the school year, there is one new teacher who is being mentored by his peer math teacher. COL School Improvement Plan August

4 Continuous Improvement Leadership Team Bridget Fetter, Director / Rick Jeffries, Assistant Director / Dr. Peter Preston, Guidance Counselor / Josefina Mendoza, College/Career Advisor, make up the school s leadership team. The Leadership Team coordinates the efforts of the three school teams by serving as leadership for each team. Every full-time faculty and staff member is a member of one of the teams. The three teams meet to discuss pertinent sections of the SIP. The leadership team is responsible for enacting the processes necessary to accomplish the goals as set forth by the school teams. Ms. Fetter, Dr. Preston and Mr. Jeffries organize the meetings and agendas for one of the three school teams each. Ms. Mendoza serves as the data/research coordinator for all teams. School office staff members assist in the process as needed. School teams meet before the beginning of each school year to analyze available data and review and/or establish goals written in the Action Plan for each data-driven goal initiative. Teams then meet periodically as agreed upon and as necessary to effectively review and implement the goal initiative. Describe the data source(s) and the data management system(s) used to summarize data at each tier for reading, mathematics, science, writing, and behavior. The Guidance Office is responsible for the input and maintenance of student information and records. College Genesis is the source for data input for college classes and allows for reports to be generated by the COL administration. Longitudinal data may be requested from the Institutional Research Department at Polk State College. Information for high school classes comes from Polk County School Board (PCSB) Genesis Reports. PCSB Genesis allows input for demographics, schedules, discipline, and other data. Reports can then be generated from PCSB Genesis. Attendance and grade reports are managed via the Pinnacle system with data collected from teachers... Reports are generated by both teachers and administrators for analysis. Josefina Mendoza maintains a database for standardized testing: ACT, SAT, PSAT, FCAT, CPT, PERT. Ms. Mendoza also tracks college courses attempted and completed and college admission. Cross-Curricular Contributions to Teaching of Reading All faculty at the school engage in reading across the curriculum strategies. Teachers meet to coordinate classroom lessons and units of study to include reading as part of the curriculum. Teachers meet regularly to share curriculum plans and incorporate reading activities into all coursework. English teachers at the high school collaborate with college English professors to ensure curriculum aligns with college standards including reading concepts and skills. Strategies to build reading skills include but are not limited to those listed below: Vocabulary is emphasized in every content area. Instructors use activities to help students predict, question, clarify, and summarize content area material. Instructors provide guided reading activities, modeling good reading skills for students. Students then practice skills and discuss points of interest. Juniors are enrolled in Executive Intern during their first term of enrollment. Preparation for the ACT and SAT are emphasized, and effective study skills are taught. COL School Improvement Plan August

5 Academic and Career Planning The guidance counselor provides an individual educational plan for each student incorporating the student s college/career goals. Students are participating in an early college program, which includes specific goals and academic plans leading to completion or partial completion of the Associate in Arts Degree or Associate in Science Degree. The school staff includes both a guidance counselor and a college and career advisor for 280 enrollees. Because these professionals serve fewer students than their colleagues in traditional high schools, they are better able to address individual student career plans. Postsecondary Transition Students participate in a fully integrated early college program incorporating rigorous high school courses combined with dual enrolled college courses leading to completion of or partial completion of the Associate in Arts Degree or the Associate in Science Degree. The State of Florida 2012 High School Feedback Report shows that a lower percentage of students took the SAT than the ACT. The school has incorporated strategies to improve the SAT participation rate. Students now meet individually with the school s college/career advisor to discuss score reports, testing dates, opportunities for testing vouchers for students who qualify for free/reduced lunch and assistance with registration for testing. Additionally, strategies as listed in this plan are being used to ensure college-ready performance of testers. COL School Improvement Plan August

6 Category: Reading Performance Targets, Barriers, Resources, Strategies, Action Steps, Professional Development and Budget Performance Target: Maintain or improve the average ACT and SAT reading scores of graduates. ACT=24/SAT=536 ACT=or>24/SAT= or>536 Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Students do not choose to access test prep materials and participate in test prep activities Resource #1 electronic/web-based test prep materials/activities and staff monitoring of those materials/activities Resource #2 senior seminar attendance requirement with college and career advisor Strategy: COL will provide test prep support through electronic/web-based resources and through the senior seminar, and staff will monitor student use of resources. 1. Research and purchase electronic/web-based materials Summer 2014 Principal Principal 2. Monitor test prep program use Fall/Spring 2014/15 Reading and English Principal/Asst. Principal Instructors 3. Offer Senior Seminars at multiple times to better accommodate students Fall 2014 College/Career Principal Advisor/Guidance Counselor 4. Create incentives to encourage attendance at Senior Seminar events Fall 2014 College/Career Advisor/Guidance Counselor Asst. Principal Train faculty/staff on the use of test prep resources COL administration, COL Faculty Asst. Principal Principal Attend McKeel Academy Best Practices Conference COL Faculty / Staff McKeel Academy Staff Principal Conduct monthly faculty-led best practice sharing at meetings COL Faculty/Staff Principal Principal #1 instructional software $10,000 Summer 2014 Principal Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

7 Category: Reading Subgroups Performance Target: Maintain or improve the average ACT and SAT reading scores of graduates. Black ACT 22 SAT 494 Black ACT >=22 SAT>= 494 White ACT 25 SAT 550 White ACT>= 25 SAT>= 550 Hispanic ACT 25 SAT 546 Hispanic ACT>= 25 SAT>= 546 Other ACT 23 SAT 503 Other ACT>= 23 SAT >=503 ELL N/A N/A ELL N/A N/A ESE N/A N/A ESE N/A N/A FRL ACT 23 SAT 515 FRL AC>=T 23 SA>=T 515 Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: It is difficult to motivate students who have not tested or met target scores Resource #1 Web-based test prep Resource #2 Staff monitoring of student use of test prep resources Strategy: Target underperforming students through Executive Internship and English classes 1. Identify students who have not taken or met the benchmark Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL Faculty, Principal / Asst. Principal College/Career Advisor 2. Monitor students use of test prep resources during instruction Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL Faculty, College/Career Advisor Principal / Asst. Principal Training related to new assessment for cross curricular reading instruction When Participants Facilitator Who will Follow-Up Fall 2014 COL staff Asst Principal Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

8 Category: Writing Performance Target: Maintain or improve the performance of students in college English courses ENC1101 OR ENC1102 Completed = % ENC1101 OR ENC1102 Completed with C or above = 187 (88%) Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Students do not demonstrate maturity or skill to be successful Resource #1 Staff monitoring through mentoring program Resource #2 Tutoring support Strategy: Engage COL staff in college s early warning system 1. Offer tutoring for students enrolled in English classes Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL English Faculty Principal / Asst. Principal 2. Participate in the college s early warning system Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 3. Implement ENC1101 test prep writing lab Fridays in Spring 2015 COL ENC1101 faculty Principal Training related to ENC1101 lab implementation ENC1101 staff College and Career Advisor Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

9 Category: Math Performance Target: Maintain or improve the average ACT and SAT Mathematics scores of graduates ACT=22/SAT=517 ACT = or > 22 / SAT = or > 517 Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Students lack prerequisite math skills to meet benchmarks on ACT/SAT testing Resource #1 Staff time and skills Strategy: Require new students who have not taken Algebra 2 to take the high school level course with COL faculty in the fall before attempting the ACT or SAT in the spring 1. Identify students who lack prerequisite skills in Math Summer 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 2. Enroll students in Algebra 2 in fall term of the Junior year Summer / Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 3. Conduct geometry workshops to refresh skills Fall 2014 Math Faculty Principal / Asst. Principal 4. Present ACT/SAT math content and how tested Fall 2014 College and Career Advisor and Math Faculty Principal/Asst. Principal Activity When Participants Facilitator Who will Follow-Up ACT Counselor Workshop Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor, ACT Staff Asst. Principal College/Career Advisor SAT Counselor Workshop Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor, College/Career Advisor College Board Asst. Principal Per diem $3.000 Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Principal Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

10 Category: Math Subgroups Performance Target: Maintain or improve the average ACT and SAT Mathematics scores of graduates Black ACT 21 SAT 468 Black ACT >= 21 SAT>= 468 White ACT 22 SAT 527 White ACT>= 22 SAT>= 527 Hispanic ACT 22 SAT 521 Hispanic ACT>= 22 SAT>= 521 Other ACT 22 SAT 535 Other ACT>= 22 SAT>= 535 ELL N/A N/A ELL N/A N/A ESE N/A N/A ESE N/A N/A FRL ACT 21 SAT 491 FRL ACT>= 21 SAT >=491 Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Students lack prerequisite math skills to meet benchmarks on ACT/SAT testing Resource #1 Staff time and skills Strategy: Assess student needs and provide them with coursework and/or workshops to address those needs in preparation for ACT/SAT 1. Administer PERT Math to assess student math skills Spring/Summer 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 2. Enroll students who have never taken Algebra 2 into Algebra 2 in Summer / Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal fall term of the Junior year 3. Provide individualized tutoring based on student deficits Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Math Faculty Principal / Asst. Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

11 Category: Science Performance Target: Maintain or improve the performance of students in college science courses Science Courses Completed = % Science Courses Completed with C or above = 216 (85%) Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Students lack maturity and perquisite skills to be successful in college science courses Resource #1 Staff time and skills Resource #2 Executive Internship curriculum Strategy: Require new students who lack a high school science course to take the high school anatomy and physiology course with COL faculty before attempting college level science courses and encourage students interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to enroll in the high school STEM research course. 1. Identify students who lack a high school science credit Summer / Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 2. Enroll students in high school level Anatomy and Physiology Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 3. Enroll students in designated Executive Internship section Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal/Asst Principal 4. Identify students interested in STEM disciplines Summer/Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal 5. Enroll students interested in any STEM discipline into high school STEM research course Fall 2014 Guidance Counselor Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

12 Category: Social Studies Performance Target: Meet or exceed proficiency on the state EOC U.S. History Exam History EOC 49 out of 52 students tested scored 3 or above (94%) 90% Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Students lack prior knowledge of the subject matter, the EOC assesses a broad scope of subject matter, teacher does not have prior knowledge of specific test content, and timing of test administration makes test preparation difficult. Resource #1 State EOC objectives for course content Resource #2 Differentiated Instruction Strategy: Instructor will assess students prior knowledge in relation to the scope of tested content and will provide teaching/learning strategies based on student needs 1. Administer unit pre-tests January 2015 History Faculty Asst. Principal 2. Use pre-test results to design course instruction January 2015 History Faculty Asst. Principal Best Practices COL History Faculty Turning Technologies Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

13 Category: Retention/Graduation Performance Target: Maintain and improve retention and graduation rate Retention: 136 of 143 juniors will return as seniors (95%) Retention: 90% Graduation: 139/139 (100%) Graduation: 95% Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Transition to the college environment is one that some students cannot make successfully Resource #1 Monitor Executive Internship attendance Resource #2 College s early warning system Resource #3: Math Auditing class (SLS 1533 and 1534) Strategy: COL will institute measures to help students make a successful transition to the college environment 1. Identify students who are not succeeding in coursework Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 2. Adjust schedules Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 3. Introduce SLS 1533 and 1534 as math auditing courses Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal 4. Outreach with individual college professors to build rapport in order to address student needs Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal Participation in sessions related to College s earning warning system COL Guidance Counselor College Administration Asst Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

14 Category: Attendance Performance Target: Maintain or improve attendance rate 6% (8/142) demonstrated excessive absences (10 or more in Executive Internship Fall Term) 5% Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Some students lack the maturity to manage the more flexible scheduling environment Resource #1 Staff time and attention Strategy: COL will develop early intervention system to reduce attendance problems 1. Define excessive absences (suggested: 2 in one week) Summer 2014 Guidance Counselor Asst Principal 2. Identify students with excessive absences Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Asst. Principal, COL Faculty Principal 3. Make contact with college professors to check on overall Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Guidance Counselor Principal / Asst. Principal attendance 4. Make contact with and/or meet with parents Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 Asst. Principal Principal 5. Include importance of attendance in Parent 101 sessions Fall 2014 Principal / Asst. Principal Principal 6. Provide daily executive internship (EI) hard copies of attendance Throughout year Instructors Guidance Counselor and Program Asst COL School Improvement Plan August

15 Category: Stakeholder Involvement Performance Target: Improve participation of parents on parent survey 53 of 280=19% response rate on climate survey 25% Primary Barrier to be addressed in order to improve performance: Effective communication of schedule of events and distribution of online surveys Resource #1 Internet and social media Resource #2 Staff time and skills Strategy: Develop a communication plan to better inform parents about climate survey. 1. Increase number of information channels used to communicate with stakeholders Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL Administration Principal 2. Improve COL web/internet presence (website, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL Administration Principal 3. Consider multiple strategies for administering climate survey Fall 2014 / Spring 2015 COL Administration Principal COL School Improvement Plan August

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