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School Improvement Plan

2013-2014 through 2014-2015

School Improvement Plans remain in effect for two years, but a School Leadership Team may amend as often as necessary or appropriate.

Olde Providence Elementary Contact Information

School:

Olde Providence

Courier Number:

#491

Address:

3800 Rea Road

Phone Number:

980-343-3755

Charlotte, NC 28226

Fax Number:

980-343-3722

Learning Community

Central Learning Community

School Website:

http://schools.cms.k12.nc.us/oldeprovidenceES/Pages/Default.aspx

Principal:

Rachel H. McKenzie

Learning Community Superintendent:

Katherine Rea

Olde Providence Elementary School Improvement Team Membership

From GS 115C-105.27: The principal of each school, representatives of the assistant principals, instructional personnel, instructional support personnel, and teacher assistants assigned to the school building, and parents of children enrolled in the school shall constitute a school improvement team to develop a school improvement plan to improve student performance. Representatives of the assistant principals, instructional personnel, instructional support personnel, and teacher assistants shall be elected by their respective groups by secret ballot....Parents serving on school improvement teams shall reflect the racial and socioeconomic composition of the students enrolled in that school and shall not be members of the building-level staff.

Committee Position

Name

Email Address

Date Elected

Principal

Rachel McKenzie

[email protected]

N/A/Required

Assistant Principal Representative

Andrea Runyon

[email protected]

N/A/Required

Teacher Representative

Kaitlin Carswell

[email protected]

2012

Teacher Representative

Laura Short

[email protected]

2011

Inst. Support Representative

Amanda Daniels

[email protected]

2010

Inst. Support Representative

Susan Fletcher

[email protected]

2010

Inst. Support Representative

Patricia Parrish

[email protected]

2013

Teacher Assistant Representative

Travis Meyer

[email protected]

2013

Parent Representative

Melissa Brandon, Chair

[email protected]

2011

Parent Representative

Diedre Chisolm

[email protected]

2012

Parent Representative

Linda Terrell

[email protected]

2013

Parent Representative

Kate Uslan

[email protected]

2013

Parent Representative

Chris Wellons

[email protected]

2013

Parent PTA Liaison Representative

Pam Cohen

[email protected]

2013

Vision Statement

District: CMS provides all students the best education available anywhere, preparing every child to lead a rich and productive life.

School: Olde Providence is committed to providing a nurturing atmosphere conducive to learning where all students and staff strive to be the best they can be. Staff and parents work together collaboratively to promote high academic and behavioral expectations to ensure that students are good citizens and are well-prepared for a lifetime of learning and productivity. Students are challenged at their ability levels to rise to their maximum potential.

Mission Statement

District: The mission of CMS is to maximize academic achievement by every student in every school.

School: To provide high quality and diverse instruction for all students by emphasizing teacher, parent and student cooperative efforts.

Olde Providence Elementary School Shared Beliefs

2013-2014 Olde Providence Elementary School Improvement Plan Report

(26)

All children can and want to learn.

All children learn in different ways, at different times, and through different experiences.

All children deserve a safe, nurturing environment where respect and compassion are shown to each child.

All children learn by example; we have opportunities to be positive role models who influence their development.

We believe character education teaches lifelong values.

All students should be self-directed learners, collaborative workers, quality producers and community builders.

Teacher and parents should become partners in education through open communication.

Olde Providence Elementary School SMART Goals

Provide a duty-free lunch period for every teacher on a daily basis.

Provide duty-free instructional planning time for every teacher under G.S. 115C-105.27 and -301.1, with the goal of proving an average of at least five hours of planning time per week, to the maximum extent that the safety and proper supervision of students may allow during regular student contact hours.

Provide a positive school climate, under CMS regulation JICK-R, by promoting a safe learning environment free of bullying and harassing behaviors.

Eighty percent of 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students will achieve more than one years worth of growth in a years time in reading as measured by the EOG. 90% percent of Kindergarten-2nd grade students will perform at or above grade level as measured by benchmark assessments in reading using Reading 3D and MAP assessments.

To increase the level of instructional rigor by aligning lessons with the Common Core and Essential Standards through the use of PLC planning and the collaborative creation of one open-ended literacy task per quarter and quarterly math common assessments in grades 3rd-5th. To increase the rigor in lessons by implementing Socratic seminars monthly.

Olde Providence Elementary School Assessment Data Snapshot

Below, you will find the SIP composite summary from the May 2013 test results.

Reading

ALL

AMIN

ASIA

BLCK

HISP

MULT

WHTE

EDS

LEP

SWD

AIG

Participation Denominator

364

1

17

34

19

13

280

67

15

35

88

Participation Percent

100

0

0

100

0

0

100

100

0

100

100

Participation Status

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Met

Insuf.

Met

Met

Proficiency Denominator

350

1

15

28

18

12

276

61

8

33

88

Proficiency Percent

71.7

0

0

0

0

0

76.4

44.3

0

21.2

98.9

Goal Percent

43.9

29.0

61.5

25.6

28.8

45.7

56.6

28.7

9.4

12.9

90.8

Proficiency Status

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Met

Insuf.

Met

Met

Math

ALL

AMIN

ASIA

BLCK

HISP

MULT

WHTE

EDS

LEP

SWD

AIG

Participation Denominator

364

1

17

34

19

13

280

67

15

35

88

Participation Percent

100

0

0

100

0

0

100

100

0

100

100

Participation Status

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Met

Insuf.

Met

Met

Proficiency Denominator

351

1

15

28

18

12

277

61

9

33

88

Proficiency Percent

77.5

0

0

0

0

0

82.3

55.7

0

21.2

98.9

Goal Percent

42.3

27.0

71.2

22.2

32.7

42.0

53.8

27.7

17.4

12.4

92.0

Proficiency Status

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Met

Insuf.

Met

Met

Science

ALL

AMIN

ASIA

BLCK

HISP

MULT

WHTE

EDS

LEP

SWD

AIG

Participation Denominator

133

0

6

12

6

4

105

23

4

11

32

Participation Percent

100

0

0

0

0

0

100

0

0

0

100

Participation Status

Met

~

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Proficiency Denominator

129

0

5

11

5

4

104

21

2

10

32

Proficiency Percent

81.4

0

0

0

0

0

86.5

0

0

0

96.9

Goal Percent

52.2

0

70.5

32.6

39.5

54.1

64.7

37.6

16.4

20.6

93.2

Proficiency Status

Met

~

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

Insuf.

Insuf.

Insuf.

Met

The following chart indicates the Assessment Detail Summary over the previous three years at Olde Providence. Olde Providence MET Expected Growth for the 2012-13 school year. When this report is updated at the District level, we will add the additional numbers to the report.

Olde Providence Elementary School - 600491

2010-2011School Year

2011-2012School Year

2012-2013School Year

Subject

DemographicSubgroup

%Prof.

%Met Exp.Growth

Avg.Growth

HighGrowthRatio

%Prof.

%Met Exp.Growth

Avg.Growth

HighGrowthRatio

%Prof.

%Met Exp.Growth

Avg.Growth

HighGrowthRatio

Grade 03 Reading

Grade Total

94.7

90.8

75.0

Grade 03 Math

Grade Total

96.5

93.1

69.5

Grade 03 Total

Grade Total

95.6

91.9

72.3

Grade 04 Reading

Grade Total

89.9

46.8

-0.064

0.9

94.5

48.7

-0.037

0.9

69.7

Grade 04 Math

Grade Total

92.9

52.1

0.049

1.1

97.6

70.4

0.239

2.4

77.9

Grade 04 Total

Grade Total

91.4

49.5

-0.008

1.0

96.1

59.6

0.101

1.5

73.8

Grade 05 Reading

Grade Total

89.2

57.4

0.084

1.3

90.2

61.9

0.149

1.6

68.9

Grade 05 Math

Grade Total

95.4

83.6

0.387

5.1

92.2

74.0

0.257

2.8

81.1

Grade 05 Science

Grade Total

89.2

89.2

80.3

Grade 05 Total

Grade Total

91.3

70.5

0.235

2.4

90.5

67.9

0.203

2.1

76.8

Reading Total

Total

91.3

52.8

0.019

1.1

91.9

54.7

0.048

1.2

71.0

Math Total

Total

95.0

69.9

0.240

2.3

94.4

72.0

0.247

2.6

76.6

Science Total

Total

89.2

89.2

80.3

EOG Total

Total

92.5

61.3

0.130

1.6

92.7

63.4

0.148

1.7

74.8

School Composite

Total

92.5

61.3

0.130

1.6

92.7

63.4

0.148

1.7

74.8

Attendance

ALL

AMIN

ASIA

BLCK

HISP

MULT

WHTE

EDS

LEP

SWD

AIG

Rate

96.3

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

Status

Met

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

~

Olde Providence Elementary School Profile

Olde Providence is nestled on 40 Acres of land in the Southeast area of Charlotte. Olde Providence Elementary School was established in 1967. It is currently a K-5 School with 31 classrooms serving approximately 705 students. We have a total staff of approximately 75 people. We have a strong, well-qualified staff. The school has a history of high academic achievement. In years 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12, the school achieved the Honor School of Excellence designation, while in 2007-08 and 2008-09, we achieved School of Distinction. One of our academic targets is to be at the 90th percentile in prior years on the first round of testing. Over the past few years, each first round of EOG assessments scores around 88-89 Percentile on the average. The retest in grades 3, 4, and 5 is what pushes the achievement over the 90th percentile in reading. We have solidly hit over 90 in the mathematics achievement. Our academic aim is to achieve over 95% proficient in the total school composite score with 100% students achieving more than a years worth of growth in a years time. However, with the change in the assessment standards, our goals have been adjusted.

Our End of Year test scores are not at a level where we are accustomed to performing. Our composite score of 74.5% in all grades Literacy and Math was a drop of 16% points from the prior year. Although we dropped, our students performed comparatively well. We had the 8th highest composite score for an elementary school in the district. We are proud of our standings; however we recognize that 25% of our students not meeting grade level expectations is far too great. Our SIP plan has taken into account strategies to increase our literacy scores.

In reviewing the data of the school, the end of year K-2 data has been helpful in determining the students who require additional support in the area of literacy. Approximately 22 3rd grade students have been targeted to gain additional foundational literacy skills through small group instruction. Many of those students were new to Olde Providence in 2013-14 school year. Olde Providence registered the only two alternative assessment students for Extend 1 and 2 are students in 3rd grade for the 2013-14 year.

It is noted that Olde Providence had received approximately 60 NCLB students over the past few years. More of those students remained this year, than was anticipated due to the transportation constraints. We are a mid-size school with approximately 710 students in grades Kindergarten to 5th grade. We have a relatively low Economically Disadvantaged Percentage, around 17%.

We have a very active parent community that positively impacts the school program. During the 2012-13 school year we logged over 15,000 volunteer hours. The volunteer group provides needed services to the school to support teachers, students and the total school facility. Our PTA is extremely active. In previous years the PTA has helped to purchase SMART Boards for every classroom, and purchased 30 iPads this past school year through our fundraising campaign, Invest For Success. Olde Providence is the first elementary school in CMS to establish a non-profit foundation. The OPES Foundation is committed to community fundraising in order to work toward improving the outside of the school building.

Olde Providence is proud to have earned a bronze medal from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Our staff, students and parents remain committed to participating in Safe Walk to School days, and encouraging healthy choices by our students.

The Olde Providence community takes great pride in our school. A variety of stakeholders including staff, parents, students, and community members are committed to the continued success of our school. We value all students at our school and work to make each student successful.

*TENTATIVE* Revised Strategic Plan Goals

Goal 1: Maximize academic achievement in a personalized 21st century learning environment for every child to graduate career and college ready.

Focus Areas: College and Career Readiness, Academic Growth/High Academic Achievement, Access to Rigor,

Closing Achievement Gaps

Goal 2: Recruit, develop, and retain a premier workforce.

Focus Areas: Recruitment, Professional Development, Retention, New Career Pathways, Leadership Development

Goal 3: Cultivate partnerships with families, businesses, and faith-based or community organizations to provide a sustainable system of support and care for each child.

Focus Areas: Family Engagement, Communications, Partnership Development, Philanthropic Foundation

Goal 4: Promote a system-wide culture of safety, high engagement, customer service, and cultural competence.

Focus Areas: Physical Safety, Social and Emotional Health, High Engagement, Customer Service,

Cultural Competency

Goal 5: Optimize district performance and accountability by strengthening data use, processes and systems.

Focus Areas: Effective & Efficient Processes and Systems, Strategic Management of District Resources, Data

Integrity and Utilization, School Performance Improvement, Disproportionality

Goal 6: Inspire and nurture learning, creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship through the expansion of strategic school design.

Focus Areas: Learning everywhere, all the time, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Strategic School Design

SMART Goal (1):Duty Free Lunch for Teachers

Provide a duty-free lunch period for every teacher on a daily basis.

Strategic Plan Goal:

Goal 4: Promote a system-wide culture of safety, high engagement, customer service, and cultural competence.

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Physical Safety,

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Allotments, 3 hours lunch schedule, number of Assistants

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task (PD)

Point Person

(title/name)

Evidence of Success

(Student Impact)

Funding

(estimated cost / source)

Personnel Involved

Timeline

(StartEnd)

Interim Dates

1.Design the master schedule to allow every teacher to have a duty-free lunch

Rachel McKenzie/Principal

Master Schedule

State and Local for position allotments

Teacher Assistants

September 3, 2013

2.Hire lunch monitors to provide needed monitoring for the students in the cafeteria

Rachel McKenzie/Principal

Monitors hired

Local money for allotments (3 hours per day)

Monitors and Admin

September 9, 2013-June 10, 2014

SMART Goal (2): Duty Free Instructional Planning Time

Provide duty-free instructional planning time for every teacher under G.S. 115C-105.27 and -301.1, with the goal of proving an average of at least five hours of planning time per week, to the maximum extent that the safety and proper supervision of students may allow during regular student contact hours.

Strategic Plan Goal:

Goal 1: Maximize academic achievement in a personalized 21st century learning environment for every child to graduate career and college ready.

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Academic Growth/High Academic Achievement, Access to Rigor, Closing Achievement Gaps

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task (PD)

Point Person

(title/name)

Evidence of Success

(Student Impact)

Funding

(estimated cost / source)

Personnel Involved

Timeline

(StartEnd)

Interim Dates

1.Design master schedule to allow for an average of 5 hours per week of planning.

Rachel McKenzie/Principal

Master Schedule with planning times

Planning coverage schedule

State and Local money for allotments of staff

Special area, Teacher Assistants

August 25, 2013-June 10, 2014

2.Teachers attend 90 block planning in a team weekly

Amanda Daniels, AF

Planning Coverage Schedule

State and Local money for allotments of staff

Teacher Assistants

August 25, 2013-June 10, 2014

3. Schedule .5 day planning opportunities 4 times per year per classroom teacher to review data

Amanda Daniels, AF

Planning Coverage Schedule

Substitute List

PTA money

Fin Sec, PTA Treasurer, Principal

Quarterly beginning on 9/27/2013

SMART Goal (3): Anti-Bullying / Character Education

Provide a positive school climate, under CMS regulation JICK-R, by promoting a safe learning environment free of bullying and harassing behaviors.

Strategic Plan Goal:

Goal 4: Promote a system-wide culture of safety, high engagement, customer service, and cultural competence.

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Social and Emotional Health

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

School Counseling Department Needs Assessment (Students, Staff, & Parents), Discipline Data Report, CMS Student/Parent Surveys

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task (PD)

Point Person

(title/name)

Evidence of Success

(Student Impact)

Funding

(estimated cost / source)

Personnel Involved

Timeline

(StartEnd)

Interim Dates

Bully Liaison / Bully-prevention

Class meetings

Character Education lessons

Character Ambassador skits

School Counselor Wiki

Individual & small group counseling

Classroom guidance lessons

Shining Knights school wide positive incentive program

Character Education & Student Incentive Committee monthly meetings

School Counselor/

Sarah Crist

School Counseling Implementation Survey, Discipline Data Report, Academic Data Reports, School Counseling Time Tracker report

PTA funding

All staff, Character Education & Student Incentive Committee

August 2013-June 2014

Character Education

Character Education Lessons (monthly)

Character Messages on WOPE News (every Monday)

Shining Knights school wide positive incentive program

Character Education Paideia

School Counselor Wiki/PTA Blast videos

School Counselor/

Sarah Crist

Shining Knights Program Data, Discipline Data Report, Academic Data Reports

PTA funding, Community Donations

All staff, Character Education & Student Incentive Committee

August 2013-June 2014

3. Healthy Active Child 30 min.

PE Teacher/Peggy Furr

Running Record Sheets from Recess and PE

PTA/Skate Night Fundraiser

All Classroom

August 2013-June 2014

4. School Health Team

PE Teacher/Peggy Furr/Karen Perkins

Minutes for the Meetings

None

Total School

September 2013-May 2014

SMART Goal (4):

Eighty percent of 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students will achieve more than one years worth of growth in a years time in reading as measured by the EOG. Ninety percent of Kindergarten-2nd grade students will perform at or above grade level as measured by benchmark assessments in reading using Reading 3D and MAP assessments.

Strategic Plan Goal:

Goal 1: Maximize academic achievement in a personalized 21st century learning environment for every child to graduate career and college ready.

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

College and Career Readiness, Academic Growth/High Academic Achievement, Access to Rigor, Closing Achievement Gaps

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Reading 3-D, EOY assessments, MAP Data

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task (PD)

Point Person

(title/name)

Evidence of Success

(Student Impact)

Funding

(estimated cost / source)

Personnel Involved

Timeline

(StartEnd)

Interim Dates

1. Guided Reading

Teachers will continue to develop flexible groups based on running records, STAR levels, formative data and lexile levels, Teachers will continue to develop a variety of assessments in order to monitor student growth

Teachers will work in PLC to share reading comprehension strategies that are successful

Daniels AF

PLCs

TRC Levels K-3

Lexile Levels K-5

STAR Levels 1-2

Reading library

PTA Funding

Reading A to Z PTA Purchased

PLCs

EC

LEA

TD

8/2013-6/2014

10-29

1-20

3-29

2. Daily Five

Grades K-5 will implement the Daily 5 in their literacy block

PLCs will share best practices and recent research to support reading stamina for students

Students will learn to pick out just right books, while considering the grade level staircase of increasing text complexity

PLC

Daniels

AF

TRC Levels, 95% of students will reach the end of grade benchmark as determined by Reading Scale

Students/teachers will chart progress of individual reading stamina

Data Card notations

Reading library

PTA Funding

Admin, and PLCs

8/18/2013-6/10/14

3. OP Reading Incentive Program

1-2: continue to use Accelerated Reader

3-5: genre based reading incentive program

Daniels & Patricia Parrish

Student completion charts in individual classrooms

PTA funds

Media Specialist

Academic Facilitator

9/13/2013

1/2014

5/2014

SMART Goal (5):

To increase the level of instructional rigor by aligning lessons with the Common Core and Essential Standards and implementing a monthly Paideia Lesson through the support of PLC planning.

Strategic Plan Goal:

Maximize academic achievement in a personalized 21st century learning environment for every child to graduate career and college ready.

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

College and Career Readiness, Academic Growth/High Academic Achievement, Access to Rigor, Closing Achievement Gaps

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

EOG Data, K-2 Benchmarks,

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task (PD)

Point Person

(title/name)

Evidence of Success

(Student Impact)

Funding

(estimated cost / source)

Personnel Involved

Timeline

(StartEnd)

Interim Dates

1.Building on 2012-13 school year, a team of teachers were trained at the National Paideia Institute, they will train the classroom teachers on how to facilitate a seminar.

Amanda Daniels AF

Susan Miller TD Teacher

Shannon Harmon

Amber Gentle

Sign-in Sheets for training

Copies of Paideia Questions

Increased literacy scores over two years

PTA

Amber Gentle, Shannon Harmon, Susie Miller

All Staff

9/25/2013

Oct and Nov in Class

2.Teachers will write their own Paideia Seminar questions with the support of the PLC to implement one Socratic seminar per month

PLC

Copies of Paideia Questions

Lesson Plans

Improved student speaking

None

All PLCs

January 2014-March 2014

Olde Providence Elementary School- 600 Waiver Requests

Request for Waiver

1. Insert the waivers you are requesting

Maximum Teaching Load and Maximum Class Size (grades 4-12) [required for all schools with grades 4-12]

2. Please identify the law, regulation or policy from which you are seeking an exemption.

115C-301 (c and d) Maximum Teaching Load and Maximum Class Size [required for all schools with grades 4-12]

3. Please state how the waiver will be used.

Class size will be adjusted to address student individual instructional needs through flexible grouping of students in the most effective utilization of teaching teams. Maximum teaching load will be used to allow teachers in specific areas of the curriculum to teach students designated for specific skill needs and to address the large number of students requesting elective classes.

1. Please state how the waiver will promote achievement of performance goals.

This waiver will allow more flexibility in grouping students to meet their abilities and needs and thus should enhance their achievement on the performance goals.

Approval of Plan

Committee Position

Name

Signature

Date

Principal

Rachel McKenzie

Assistant Principal Representative

Andrea Runyon

Teacher Representative

Kaitlin Carswell

Teacher Representative

Laura Short

Inst. Support Representative

Amanda Daniels

Inst. Support Representative

Susan Fletcher

Inst. Support Representative

Patricia Parrish

Teacher Assistant Representative

Travis Meyer

Parent Representative

Melissa Brandon, Chair

Parent Representative

Diedre Chisolm

Parent Representative

Linda Terrell

Parent Representative

Kate Uslan

Parent Representative

Chris Wellons

Parent PTA Liason

Pam Cohen

Signatures will be obtained for Final SIP/Draft has been presented at the first SLT meeting on September 19, 2013. The revised School Improvement Plan was approved by the School Leadership Team on November 21, 2013. The signatures are maintained under separate cover.

Quarter 2 Review

Committee Position

Name

Signature

Date

Principal

Rachel McKenzie

Assistant Principal Representative

Andrea Runyon

Teacher Representative

Kaitlin Carswell

Teacher Representative

Laura Short

Inst. Support Representative

Amanda Daniels

Inst. Support Representative

Susan Fletcher

Inst. Support Representative

Patricia Parrish

Teacher Assistant Representative

Travis Meyer

Parent Representative

Melissa Brandon, Chair

Parent Representative

Diedre Chisolm

Parent Representative

Linda Terrell

Parent Representative

Kate Uslan

Parent Representative

Chris Wellons

Parent PTA Liason

Pam Cohen

Quarter 3 Review

Committee Position

Name

Signature

Date

Principal

Rachel McKenzie

Assistant Principal Representative

Andrea Runyon

Teacher Representative

Kaitlin Carswell

Teacher Representative

Laura Short

Inst. Support Representative

Amanda Daniels

Inst. Support Representative

Susan Fletcher

Inst. Support Representative

Patricia Parrish

Teacher Assistant Representative

Travis Meyer

Parent Representative

Melissa Brandon, Chair

Parent Representative

Diedre Chisolm

Parent Representative

Linda Terrell

Parent Representative

Kate Uslan

Parent Representative

Chris Wellons

Parent PTA Liason

Pam Cohen

Quarter 4 Review

Committee Position

Name

Signature

Date

Principal

Rachel McKenzie

Assistant Principal Representative

Andrea Runyon

Teacher Representative

Kaitlin Carswell

Teacher Representative

Laura Short

Inst. Support Representative

Amanda Daniels

Inst. Support Representative

Susan Fletcher

Inst. Support Representative

Patricia Parrish

Teacher Assistant Representative

Travis Meyer

Parent Representative

Melissa Brandon, Chair

Parent Representative

Diedre Chisolm

Parent Representative

Linda Terrell

Parent Representative

Kate Uslan

Parent Representative

Chris Wellons

Parent PTA Liason

Pam Cohen

Olde Providence ES

School Improvement Plan Annual Review

Tentative Due Date June 2014

2013-2014

SMART Goal (1):

Strategic Plan Goal:

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task

2012-2013

Result

2013-2014

Target

2013-2014

Current Reality

Use quantitative terminology to describe schools progress towards outcome. Describe the effectiveness of each strategy.

1.

2.

3.

4.

SMART Goal (2):

Strategic Plan Goal:

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task

2012-2013

Result

2013-2014

Target

2013-2014

Current Reality

Use quantitative terminology to describe schools progress towards outcome. Describe the effectiveness of each strategy.

1.

2.

3.

4.

SMART Goal (3):

Strategic Plan Goal:

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task

2012-2013

Result

2013-2014

Target

2013-2014

Current Reality

Use quantitative terminology to describe schools progress towards outcome. Describe the effectiveness of each strategy.

1.

2.

3.

4.

SMART Goal (4):

Strategic Plan Goal:

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task

2012-2013

Result

2013-2014

Target

2013-2014

Current Reality

Use quantitative terminology to describe schools progress towards outcome. Describe the effectiveness of each strategy.

1.

2.

3.

4.

SMART Goal (5):

Strategic Plan Goal:

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task

2012-2013

Result

2013-2014

Target

2013-2014

Current Reality

Use quantitative terminology to describe schools progress towards outcome. Describe the effectiveness of each strategy.

1.

2.

3.

4.

SMART Goal (6):

Strategic Plan Goal:

Strategic Plan Focus Area:

Navigator Pathway:

Enter Kindergarten ready

Advanced Reading in K-2

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 3

At/Above Grade Level in Reading/Writing Grade 7

At/Above Grade Level in Math Grades 3-5

Successful completion of Math I in grade 9

Take and pass at least 1 AP/IB/Post-Secondary class & exam

Score 1550 on SAT or 22 on ACT

Data Used:

Strategies (determined by what data)

0. Task

0. Task

0. Task

2012-2013

Result

2013-2014

Target

2013-2014

Current Reality

Use quantitative terminology to describe schools progress towards outcome. Describe the effectiveness of each strategy.

1.

2.

3.

4.