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1 Comprehensive School Improvement Plan Jefferson County Public Schools Thomas Knabel, Principal 435 Boxley Avenue Louisville, KY Document Generated On March 7, 2013

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Executive Summary Introduction 3 Description of the School 4 School's Purpose 5 Notable Achievements and Areas of Improvement 6 Additional Information 7 KDE Needs Assessment Introduction 9 Data Analysis 10 Areas of Strengths 11 Opportunities for Improvement 12 Conclusion 13 Churchill Park C-SIP Final Overview 15 Goals Summary 16 Goal 1: Churchill Park will improve test scores on the Kentucky Alternate K-PREP, Attainment Tasks, by moving 5% of students to proficient/distinguished. 18 Goal 2: During yearly ARC meetings, all student's Least Restrictive Environment will be reviewed by committee and will be reflected in the conference summary, as measured by IEP record review data. 20

3 Goal 3: Given a transition from Churchill Park to adult life, students will have evidence of transition services, as measured by the completion of a portfolio of skills. 21 Activity Summary by Funding Source 22

4 Introduction The process of Improvement Planning in Kentucky is used as the means of determining how schools and districts will plan to ensure that students reach proficiency and beyond by The process focuses school and district improvement efforts on student needs by bringing together all stakeholders to plan for improvement, by focusing planning efforts on priority needs and closing achievement gaps between subgroups of students, by building upon school and district capacity for high quality planning, and by making connections between the funds that flow into the district and the priority needs in schools. Your school's plans for improvement must be based on careful and honest analysis of data, address all content areas, and clearly address gaps in student achievement. SY Page 1

5 Executive Summary SY Page 2

6 Introduction Every school has its own story to tell. The context in which teaching and learning takes place influences the processes and procedures by which the school makes decisions around curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The context also impacts the way a school stays faithful to its vision. Many factors contribute to the overall narrative such as an identification of stakeholders, a description of stakeholder engagement, the trends and issues affecting the school, and the kinds of programs and services that a school implements to support student learning. The purpose of the Executive Summary (ES) is to provide a school with an opportunity to describe in narrative form the strengths and challenges it encounters. By doing so, the public and members of the school community will have a more complete picture of how the school perceives itself and the process of self-reflection for continuous improvement. This summary is structured for the school to reflect on how it provides teaching and learning on a day to day basis. SY Page 3

7 Description of the School Describe the school's size, community/communities, location, and changes it has experienced in the last three years. Include demographic information about the students, staff, and community at large. What unique features and challenges are associated with the community/communities the school serves? Churchill Park is located near the University of Louisville and Churchill Down. The school has 110 staff members and 177 students. Churchill Park's FMD (Functional Mental Disabilities) serves students (ages 5 to 21) who have moderate to severe disabilities and who need a specialized program that is more flexible than what is available in other JCPS settings. Many students have medical needs requiring a nurse to be on site. Students receive instruction based on core content with adaptations to meet individual needs as specified on Individual Education (IEPs). In addition, the FMD program offers students an adaptive program that emphasizes functional life skills. We offer Community-based Instruction (CBI), Occupational Work Experience (OWE), enriching field trips, a sensory room, therapeutic swimming pool, bowling alley, adapted bicycles, scouting, Special Olympics, basketball, and a new adaptive playground. We also offer a variety of realted arts classes including art, music, art/music, life skills, computer lab, gym, swimming, and bowling. We also host a variety of community social events and dances. Our Early Childhood, which provides services for 3- and 4- year old students under KERA guidelines, consists of Head Start, Prekindergarten, Jumpstart, and ECE classrooms. Students are enrolled in the Early Childhood based upon income eligibility or identification of a disability. SY Page 4

8 School's Purpose Provide the school's purpose statement and ancillary content such as mission, vision, values, and/or beliefs. Describe how the school embodies its purpose through its program offerings and expectations for students. Churchill Park's purpose is to educate our students in the areas of academics, functional life skills, IEP goal attainment, and successful transition to the community in a supportive and nurturing environment. We will provide students with moderate to severe disabilities the highest-quality education in manner that responds to the individual needs of each student. At Churchill Park we: Respect every person Believe every student can learn Strive to ensure all students have a known communication system that is used daily Collaborate with all stakeholders to support student achievement Communicate daily with our families and caregivers Provide exceptional care for medically fragile students Ensure a safe learning environment for all students SY Page 5

9 Notable Achievements and Areas of Improvement Describe the school's notable achievements and areas of improvement in the last three years. Additionally, describe areas for improvement that the school is striving to achieve in the next three years. In the last two years Churchill Park has improved technology by putting SMARTBoards and ipads in every classroom. We have implemented weekly imbedded PLCs to help create a more cohesive plan for improving instruction our school. The Instructional Leadership Team has worked on setting school policy that focus over all academic achievement, student placement and curriculum alignment. We are working to improve the individual communication systems of all of our students, in our school, in the community and in their homes. Churchill Park is working hard to systematically analyze function of student behavior and create holistic plans that follow students to all areas of their life. SY Page 6

10 Additional Information Provide any additional information you would like to share with the public and community that were not prompted in the previous sections. Churchill Park works with the Council of Developmental Disabilities to bring in venders and other community members for a informative Family Fun Festival, for our students and other people in the community. We host students from Bellarmine, University of Louisville, Assumption High School and Sigma Chi Fraternity for student service learning. We collaborate with Home of the Innocents to coordinate student services. SY Page 7

11 KDE Needs Assessment SY Page 8

12 Introduction The purpose of the School Needs Assessment is to use data and information to prioritize allocation of resources and activities. SY Page 9

13 Data Analysis What question(s) are you trying to answer with the data and information provided to you? What does the data/information tell you? What does the data/information not tell you? Based on review of Kentucky Alternate K-PREP Gap Results, Churchill Park needs to decrease novice tests scores in reading and math across age groups. The data does not reflect to strengths of students outside of testing. SY Page 10

14 Areas of Strengths What were the areas of strength you noted? What actions are you implementing to sustain the areas of strength? What is there cause to celebrate? Churchill Park has a plan to align our curriculum with K-PREP. We had put technology in every classroom and worked towards improving the communication systems of our students. We continue to work on professional development by creating Professional Learning Communities, specific training in staff meeting, and information trainings. In relation to our Alternate K-PREP scores for the 2011/2012 school year, our schools strengths are in high school writing, with 8.3% proficiency, high school reading, with 14.3% proficiency, and high school science with 14.3% proficiency. SY Page 11

15 Opportunities for Improvement What were areas in need of improvement? What plans are you making to improve the areas of need? Test scores are an area of need. Churchill Park will implement Professional Learning Communities with the purpose of collaborating on core content and teaching strategies. We will also monitor professional development as it relates to the Alternate K-PREP. Another area of need is to assess the Least Restrictive Environment for all students attending CHP. We will address the LRE at every IEP meeting and provide resources to the parents of community resources for parents and students that include information on guardianship, transition programs and placement. We will also provide students with access to same age peers through a variety of technology methods, as well as, through community based instruction. Alternate K-PREP scores are an area for improvement for Churchill Park, elementary and middle schools scored 0% in the proficient/distinguished category for reading, math, science, writing and social studies. In high school 85% of students scored in the novice/apprentice range in reading, math science, social studies and writing.. SY Page 12

16 Conclusion Reflect on your answers provided in the previous sections. What are your next steps in addressing areas of concern? We will create PLCs, provide professional development and enhance the use of technology in the classrooms. Overall Churchill Park needs to improve proficient/distinguished scores on Alternate K-PREP and lower novice in the areas of reading, math, science, social studies, and writing. SY Page 13

17 Churchill Park C-SIP Final SY Page 14

18 Overview Plan Name Churchill Park C-SIP Final Plan Description Mission: Churchill Park's purpose is to educate our students in the areas of academics, functional life skills, IEP goal attainment, and successful transition to the community in a supportive and nurturing environment. Vision: We will provide students with moderate to severe disabilities the highest-quality education in a manner that responds to the individual needs of each student. Values: At Churchill Park, we: -Respect every person. -Believe every student can learn. -Strive to ensure all students have a known communication system that is used daily. -Collaborate with all stakeholders to support student achievement. -Communicate daily with our families and caregivers. -Provide exceptional care for medically fragile students. - Ensure a safe learning environment for all students. SY Page 15

19 Goals Summary The following is a summary of the goals encompassed in this plan. The details for each goal are available in the next section. # Goal Name Goal Details Goal Type Measurable Objective Total Funding 1 Churchill Park will improve test scores on the Kentucky Alternate K-PREP, Attainment Tasks, by moving 5% of students to proficient/distinguished. Objectives: 4 Strategies: 8 Activities: 8 5% of Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Tenth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency on an assessment in Mathematics by 10/01/2013 as measured by achievement scores on the Alternate K-PREP., 5% of Fifth, Eighth and Twelfth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency in Social Studies in Social Studies by 10/01/2013 as measured by achievement scores on the Alternate K- PREP., 5% of Fourth, Seventh and Eleventh grade students will demonstrate a proficiency in Science in Science by 10/07/2013 as measured by achievement scores on Alternate K- PREP.., 5% of Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency on an assessment in Reading and Writing in English Language Arts by 10/01/2013 as measured by student achievement on the Alternate K-PREP. $0 2 During yearly ARC meetings, all student's Least Restrictive Environment will be reviewed by committee and will be reflected in the conference summary, as measured by IEP record review data. Objectives: 1 Strategies: 2 Activities: 3 Organizational Collaborate to evaluate student placement as supported by IEP progress data by 02/07/2014 as measured by IEP Conference Summary and Record Review.. $300 SY Page 16

20 3 Given a transition from Churchill Park to adult life, students will have evidence of transition services, as measured by the completion of a portfolio of skills. Objectives: 1 Strategies: 1 Activities: 2 Organizational Complete a portfolio or performance that reflects student exposure and training in the community, daily living skills and vocational settings by 02/07/2014 as measured by by completion of summary logs included in the portfolio.. $750 SY Page 17

21 Goal 1: Churchill Park will improve test scores on the Kentucky Alternate K-PREP, Attainment Tasks, by moving 5% of students to proficient/distinguished. Measurable Objective 1: 5% of Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Tenth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency on an assessment in Mathematics by 10/01/2013 as measured by achievement scores on the Alternate K-PREP. Strategy 1: PLC - Teachers will collaborate on instructional strategies, lesson planning and delivery of Core Content. Research Cited: DuFour Activity - Team Time Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Teachers will deliver instruction in the area of mathematics as designed in PLCs in conjunction with Resource Teachers and team members. Source Of Funding 09/04/ /07/2014 $0 No Funding Required Resource Teachers Strategy 2: Professional Development - Train teachers and staff to adapt Core Content and deliver lessons. Specific training on administering Alternate K-PREP. Activity - Professional Development Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate K-PREP Source Of Funding 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 No Funding Required Counselor Measurable Objective 2: 5% of Fifth, Eighth and Twelfth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency in Social Studies in Social Studies by 10/01/2013 as measured by achievement scores on the Alternate K-PREP. Strategy 1: Professional Development - Train teachers and staff to adapt Core Content and deliver lessons. Specific training on administering Alternate K-PREP. Research Cited: Counselor Activity - Meeting Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate K-PREP Source Of Funding 09/03/ /03/2014 $0 No Funding Required Counselor SY Page 18

22 Strategy 2: PLC - Teachers will collaborate on instructional strategies, lesson planning and delivery of Core Content. Research Cited: DuFour Activity - Team Time Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Teachers will deliver instruction in the area of mathematics as designed in PLCs in conjunction with Resource Teachers and team members. Source Of Funding 09/01/ /03/2014 $0 No Funding Required Resource teachers Measurable Objective 3: 5% of Fourth, Seventh and Eleventh grade students will demonstrate a proficiency in Science in Science by 10/07/2013 as measured by achievement scores on Alternate K-PREP.. Strategy 1: Professional Development - Train teachers and staff to adapt Core Content and deliver lessons. Specific training on administering Alternate K-PREP. Activity - Meeting Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate Source Of Funding 09/03/ /03/2014 $0 No Funding Required Counselor Strategy 2: PLC - Teachers will collaborate on instructional strategies, lesson planning and delivery of Core Content. Research Cited: DuFour Activity - Team Time Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Teachers will deliver instruction in the area of mathematics as designed in PLCs in conjunction with Resource Teachers and team members. Source Of Funding 09/03/ /03/2014 $0 No Funding Required Resource teachers Measurable Objective 4: 5% of Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency on an assessment in Reading and Writing in English Language Arts by 10/01/2013 as measured by student achievement on the Alternate K-PREP. Strategy 1: Professional Development - Train teachers and staff to adapt Core Content and deliver lessons. Specific training on administering Alternate K-PREP. Activity - Meeting Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Source Of Funding SY Page 19

23 Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate K-PREP 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 No Funding Required Counselor Strategy 2: PLC - Teachers will collaborate on instructional strategies, lesson planning and delivery of Core Content. Research Cited: DuFour Activity - Team Time Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Teachers will deliver Core Content as discussed in PLC. Source Of Funding 09/04/ /07/2014 $0 No Funding Required Resource Teachers Goal 2: During yearly ARC meetings, all student's Least Restrictive Environment will be reviewed by committee and will be reflected in the conference summary, as measured by IEP record review data. Measurable Objective 1: Collaborate to evaluate student placement as supported by IEP progress data by 02/07/2014 as measured by IEP Conference Summary and Record Review.. Strategy 1: LRE Procedures - Provide training for ARC committee members for determining Least Restrictive Environment. Conduct regular checks to ensure that procedures are being followed for least restrictive environment determination. Activity - IEP Meeting Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Source Of Funding Annual ARC meeting to discuss student progress and placement. Other 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 No Funding Required Counselor Activity - Family Fun Festival Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Source Of Funding Provide community resources for students and their families to discuss services, transitioning, guardianship, waivers and school placement. Parent Involvement 08/17/ /07/2014 $300 Other Principal Strategy 2: Same age peer access - Students will be given opportunities to interact with same age peers. SY Page 20

24 Activity - Peer Buddies Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Students will pair with a class from comprehensive schools. The students will utilize technology such as Skype, Wikis, , and Web 2.0 application. Source Of Funding 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 No Funding Required Teachers Goal 3: Given a transition from Churchill Park to adult life, students will have evidence of transition services, as measured by the completion of a portfolio of skills. Measurable Objective 1: Complete a portfolio or performance that reflects student exposure and training in the community, daily living skills and vocational settings by 02/07/2014 as measured by by completion of summary logs included in the portfolio.. Strategy 1: Community Based Instruction - Students will be exposed to community based instruction, vocational training, and daily living skills. Research Cited: Unique Learning Activity - Transition Passport Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Source Of Funding Use the Transition Passport provided by Unique Learning System to provide students with a resume binder to take with them upon completion of their program. 08/17/ /07/2014 $250 General Fund Teachers Activity - Pathways to Careers Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide on the job training for students. Provide planning for tradition to adult life. Source Of Funding 08/17/ /07/2014 $500 Other Pathways to Careers teachers SY Page 21

25 Activity Summary by Funding Source Below is a breakdown of your activities by funding source General Fund Activity Name Activity Description Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Transition Passport Use the Transition Passport provided by Unique Learning 08/17/ /07/2014 $250 Teachers System to provide students with a resume binder to take with them upon completion of their program. Total $250 No Funding Required Activity Name Activity Description Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Team Time Teachers will deliver instruction in the area of mathematics as designed in PLCs in conjunction with Resource Teachers and team members. Team Time Meeting Meeting Meeting IEP Meeting Teachers will deliver instruction in the area of mathematics as designed in PLCs in conjunction with Resource Teachers and team members. Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate K-PREP Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate K-PREP Annual ARC meeting to discuss student progress and placement. Team Time Teachers will deliver Core Content as discussed in PLC. Team Time Professional Development Teachers will deliver instruction in the area of mathematics as designed in PLCs in conjunction with Resource Teachers and team members. Train teachers on specific teaching strategies used with students with moderate to severe disabilities. Monitor training and quizzes for Alternate K-PREP 09/01/ /03/2014 $0 Resource teachers 09/04/ /07/2014 $0 Resource Teachers 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 Counselor 09/03/ /03/2014 $0 Counselor 09/03/ /03/2014 $0 Counselor Other 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 Counselor 09/04/ /07/2014 $0 Resource Teachers 09/03/ /03/2014 $0 Resource teachers 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 Counselor SY Page 22

26 Peer Buddies Students will pair with a class from comprehensive schools. The students will utilize technology such as Skype, Wikis, , and Web 2.0 application. 08/17/ /07/2014 $0 Teachers Total $0 Other Activity Name Activity Description Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Pathways to Careers Provide on the job training for students. Provide planning for tradition to adult life. Family Fun Festival Provide community resources for students and their families to discuss services, transitioning, guardianship, waivers and school placement. Parent Involvement 08/17/ /07/2014 $500 Pathways to Careers teachers 08/17/ /07/2014 $300 Principal Total $800 SY Page 23

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