School Improvement Team Winter Retreat February 26,2018 Data
School Improvement Team Winter Retreat February 26,2018 Data Discussion Norms: 1. Collaborative 2. Non-Judgmental 3. Student Focused George Watts 2015-16 George Watts 2016-2017 Major Highlights of Overall Achievement: 36.3%/ 37.4% of students were College and Career Ready (Achievement Levels 4-5) 44.9%/ 46.4% of students were Grade Level Proficient (Achievement Levels 3-5) 72%/ 78% of DPS schools MET or EXCEEDED Expected Growth > 23 of 30/ 21 of 30 elementary schools > 5 of 9/ 6 of 9 middle schools > 8 of 11/ 9 of 11 high schools Source: NCDPI Accountability Services Internal Ready Review 2015-16 3 SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADES 2017-2018 MID YEAR
4 District Tests We Will Be Looking At - CASE 21 3RD 5TH GRADE MULIPTLE CHOICE EOG FORMAT FOR ELA, MATH AND SCIENCE (5TH ONLY) - MATH TASKS K- 2ND QUARTERLY STANDARDS ASSESSED AT THE END OF EACH QUARTER - IREADY 3RD (MATH ONLY) - 5TH (READING AND MATH) ASSESSED 3 TIMES PER YEAR BUT MONITORED BY CLASSWORK THROUGHOUT THE YEAR - MCLASS K-3RD LITERACY SKILLS ASSESSED 3 TIMES PER YEAR 5 DPS and George Watts Case 21 Mid Year 2017-2018 Test DPS
Total Tested 2018 Percent Grade Level Proficient 2018 3rd Grade Math 2419 42.0 58 51.7 41.3 78.33 4th Grade Math 2515 44.6
64.2 83.33 5th grade Science 1340 71.0 54 83.3 66.6 83.33 49.5 Percent College Career Ready 2018 George Percent Percent Watts Grade College Total
Level Career Tested Proficie Ready 2018 nt 2018 2018 64.7 Watts EOG Goal For Percent Proficient 79.50 6 George Watts Kindergarten Math Task Q2 2017-2018 Task Numb er 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 Target/Standard Count & Write Numbers (020) Combinations to 5 Count Sequence & Count On Result Unknown Story Problem (Addition) Part-Part-Whole Story Problem (Whole Unknown) Result Unknown Story Problem (Subtraction) Combinations of 10 Compose and Decompose Numbers (0-10) Level 1 = Does not meet standard Level 2= Inconsistently meets standard Level 3 = Consistently meets standard Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 58 34 2 24 1
3 61 61 42 13 6 61 51 2 8 61 53 5 3 61 46
39 8 16 7 6 61 61 41 16 4 61 7 George Watts 1st Grade Math Task Q2 2017-2018 Task Numb er Level 3
Target Understanding Equations/Equalit 1 y 20 Unknown Value in 2 an Equation 32 Combinations to 3 10 17 4 Place Value 40 Comparing Level 1 = Does not meet standard 5 Quantities 37 Level 2= Inconsistently meets standard Level 3 = Consistently meets standard Level 2 Level
1 24 7 51 14 5 51 27 8 7 3 51 51 10 4 51 8
George Watts 2nd Grade Math Task Q2 2017-2018 Level 3 36 Task Target 1 Place Value Representing Quantities Based on Place 2 Value/Comparing 27 Skip Counting by 5, 3 10, and 100 33 Add/Subtract Within 4 100 29 5 Combinations to 10 30 6 10 more/less 36 6 100 more/less 44 Add/Subtract ThreeLevel 1 = Does not meet standard 7 Digit Numbers 31
9 4 8 9 57 57 57 57 15 11 57 9 George Watts Iready Math school Summary 3rd, 4th, 5th grade 10 George Watts Iready Reading School Summary 4th and 5th grade 11 George Watts
Mclass K-3 12 State and DPS Mclass K-3 2017-2018 State State State Grade 3 13 George Watts School Performance Grade: C (65) EVAAS Performance: Met Growth Performance Grade Scale A 85-100 B 70-84 C 55-69 DPS guide for school ratings 16 Monitoring for Excellence
Embedding daily practice and strategies that yield consistency in instruction and overall school management Establishing a Culture of High Performance Fostering conversations and dialogue that lead to continuous school improvement and success in an authentic, nurturing way Coaching for Sustained Success Providing quality feedback that increases both teaching and learning Leading Strategically for Innovation Aligning cutting edge practices with design thinking, a purposeful method of brainstorming that yields create ideas Using Data to Drive Decisions Implementing processes to analyze data sets and guide decisions to improve student achievement. Optimizing Instructional Process
Using evidence-based practices to guide and engage high-quality instruction DPS Bottom Line Expectations for schools Watts is Using Data to Drive Decisions by Watts is Optimizing Instructional Processes by mClass benchmarking to create flexible reading groups iReady Diagnostic to identify individualized areas of strength and need Case 21 aligned to Common Core State Standards PLC data dives/Student Support reviews data regularly and generate strategies for intervention (PEPs) PLCs meet regularly to discuss student needs and progress Effective use of Backwards Planning with PLC teams Differentiated literacy
instruction through Guided Reading Individualized Work Plans Vertical alignment through SIT committee work Protected instructional time for Lower Elementary Watts is Coaching for Sustained Success by Watts is Leading Strategically for Innovation by Full-time Montessori Coordinator Full Observation/ Evaluation Cycle Professional Development Plans aligned with the School Improvement Plan goals ELA coach k-1 Science coach grade 5 Problem Solving Team (MTTS) Social Worker, School Psychologist, School Counselor, Assistant Principal, Teacher,
Montessori Coordinator, Parents Peaceful Planet Utilizing our Duke partnership to strategically support students 70 After-School Tutoring (Grow, Reading Academy, and Upper El) Interventionists Watts is Monitoring for Excellence by Watts is Establishing a Culture of High Performance by Walkthroughs & Observation Review of student work plans Time auditing PLC meetings Common grade level expectations Consistent daily schedule Monitoring student work alignment with common core/Montessori Peaceful High Achievers Low suspension rate
Wrap-around student services Data Discussions with PLCs Duke Partnerships Collaboration with PTA to align resources with academic achievement Celebrations! Celebrations Mid Year 2017 2018 Case 21 5th Grade Science hitting our end of year growth B in ELA grades 3,4,and 5 B in 5th grade Science 68 Students receiving tutoring Largest application pool for our school this year Case 21 results were well above districts 3 Elementary Teachers received Montessori certification Moving towards Proficiency
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