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Pleasanton Independent School District District Improvement Plan 2015-2016 Accountability Rating: Met Standard Board Approval Date: September 8, 2015 Public Presentation Date: September 8, 2015 Pleasanton Independent School District Generated by Plan4Learning.com 1 of 48 District #007-905 February 10, 2016 10:30 am

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  • Pleasanton Independent School District

    District Improvement Plan

    2015-2016Accountability Rating: Met Standard

    Board Approval Date: September 8, 2015Public Presentation Date: September 8, 2015

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  • Mission StatementThe mission of Pleasanton ISD as an educational community is to ensure a quality public education through learning, unity, and pride, fully preparing all

    students for the future.

    VisionPleasanton ISD is a family friendly district committed to excellence for all. Each student is provided the tools to be fully college and/or career ready for

    optimum post-graduate success as an adult citizen.

    Value StatementPleasanton ISD is proud of student performances that meet or exceed the state expectations in the foundational coursework of English LanguageArts, science, math, and social studies. Student competency is reflected in the state assessments/STAAR, collegiate study in Advanced Placement

    and Dual Credit, and in the SAT/ACT outcomes. PISD is also committed to ensuring students experience a full, well-rounded education that includes study in career pathways, fine arts, healthy

    lifestyles, 21st century technology, second language acquisition, and individual student areas of need/interest.

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  • Comprehensive Needs Assessment

    Demographics

    Demographics Summary

    Pleasanton ISD "At A Glance" Enrollment:

    Campus GradeLevels Enrollment

    Primary PreK-1st 692Elementary 2nd-4th 758Intermediate 5th-6th 524Junior High 7th-8th 514High School 9th-12th 985School ofChoice 11

    th-12th varies (5)

    Demographics:

    AfricanAmerican 13 0.4%

    Hispanic 2452 69.7%White 1,003 28.5%Amer. Indian 7 0.2%Asian 15 0.4%2 or more races 27 0.8%

    Demographics Strengths

    Pleasanton ISD continues to grow in enrollment. We offer open enrollment for grades 5-12.

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  • Demographics Needs

    Re-alignment of grade levels to ensure a more educationally appropriate environment and campus.The realignment will be accomplished through the building of a new elementary campus and updating existing facilities through the current bondprogram.

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  • Student Achievement

    Student Achievement Summary

    The district improved in all indices for the 2015 state accountability. The 2015 accountability results include only reading and writing for K-8 State of TexasAssessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) and all 5 STAAR End of Course (EOC) assessments. The 2015 results growth measure for writing isincluded for the first time in index 2.

    The number of safeguards for 2015 decreased by 2 from the 2014 results.

    See tables in Addendum

    Student Achievement Strengths

    Met Standard in state accountability for all indicesAll Index scores improved from 1-7%ALL student percentages at Phase in Level II increased for Reading/ELA, Math, Social Studies, ScienceEnglish Language Learners (ELL) increased by 13% at Phase in Level II for readingSchool of Choice (SOC) academic performance has improvedSocial Studies improved performance

    Student Achievement Needs

    Writing economically disadvantaged and HispanicSpecial education and monitored ELL in readingSocial Studies for economically disadvantagedDistrict distinction designationsDistrict attendanceCamus distinction designationsDesign Tier I instruction to increase student opportunities for engagement and learning

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  • District Culture and Climate

    District Culture and Climate Summary

    A positive culture and climate is essential at Pleasanton ISD. Our goal is to always greet our students, parents, community, and staff with a warm welcomeand a dedicated effort to help serve their needs and foster pride in the district and community.

    We will develop a culture of modeling, connecting and involving all stakeholders in the decisions that are made for the education all students in PleasantonISD. Our teachers will make an effort to create a learning environment that focuses on the Fundamental 5-framing the lesson, power zones, small grouppurposeful talks, critical writing, recognizing and reinforcing student learning.

    District Culture and Climate Strengths

    Fundamental 5 districtwide initiativeLead Simply book study"What Great Principals do Differently"Eagle Feather recognitionsPrincipal and Director monthly meetingsCampus and leadership weekly meetings

    District Culture and Climate Needs

    Improved attendanceStudents should be reading or being read to 20 minutes each dayPositive Behavior Support/Restorative DisciplineIncrease parent communication and participation

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  • Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention

    Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention Summary

    Our theme this year is Academic Fitness through quality instruction. We will provide a rigorous and challenging curriculum within a safe and securelearning environment for all students. We are very fortunate to have knowledgeable and dedicated teachers who are committed to improving the educationalexperience for all students.

    We will provide staff development necessary to develop the students both academically and socially. The district will identify staff development that targetsthe academic need from the student results of the state assessments.

    Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention Strengths

    All teachers are highly qualifiedOnline application processCentral office administration along with employee services attend job fairs in the surrounding San Antonio area school districts and universitiesThe district is committed to providing benefits that match or surpass the surrounding districtsWe have implemented Professional Learning Communities (PLC) and will continue to strengthen this endeavorAcademic Teacher Leads (ATL's) meet once a week for staff development, planning, and collaborationProvide stipends to recruit and retain teachers in areas of high need

    Staff Quality, Recruitment, and Retention Needs

    Recruit staff who have additional certifications in special programsProvide training to teachers for professional growthLeadership development programs and training for teachers and administrators

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  • Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

    Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Summary

    Pleasanton ISD follows the scope and sequence for the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Resource system. We believe that curriculum,instruction, and assessment must all be in alignment for students to be successful. We are implementing a common time for teachers to plan instructionthrough collaboration in a PLC setting. We believe it is critical to discuss the alignment of the curriculum, data that indicates how well students mastered thestandards and a focus with the end in mind-the outcome we are trying to achieve. The district has implemented instructional best practices, lessondevelopment and delivery that follow the Fundamental 5 model. Data driven decisions for improvement will be based upon Eduphoria data for state andlocal assessments. Analysis of data will continue to provide the basis for monitoring progress at the district and campus level. Professional development willfocus on specific content areas that have been identified for improvement from the results of the state assessments.Intentional efforts will be required in order to increase fidelity of curriculum implementation, instructional best practices, programs, processes andprocedures.

    Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Strengths

    Academic Teacher Leads/Academic DeanFundamental 5Eduphoria data driven decisionsSpecial Program/Career and Technical Education (CTE) DirectorsYearly Learning SymposiumStaff complete yearly required trainings

    Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Needs

    Improve Tier I instructionFocus on what student should be learningEngage students in the learning processSocial Studies trainingWriting alignmentResponse to Intervention (RTI) trainingPLC training

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  • Family and Community Involvement

    Family and Community Involvement Summary

    Overall as a district we scored well. All areas were either recognized or exemplary. We do have some areas which will need some work for the upcoming2015/2016 school year.

    Family and Community Involvement Strengths

    Strengths for Pleasanton ISD:

    21st Century WorkforceFine Arts

    21st Century Workforce

    100% of our students have exposure to career pathway options100% of students (HS) have post graduate plans in place by their senior yearStudents participate in 3 or more character development and civic activitiesStudents enroll in courses that utilize workforce related skills and have a product of proofFaculty are trained, identify and utilize workforce and college skill set curriculum on a regular basis

    Fine Arts

    Class offerings in music, visual arts and theater on all campusesTeachers are certified in their content areasCampus students experience varied quality fine arts performances including guidance on appropriate audience behavior

    Family and Community Involvement Needs

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  • Community and Parent Involvement

    Parents feel we need to offer more opportunities for their learning needsNeed to improve our attendance for parents at school eventsWe need to increase our numbers in participation for school and community programsParents feel we need to strengthen our communication – use more types of media for communication

    Second Language Acquisition

    Need for more teachers ELL certifiedNeed for more opportunities to study other languagesNeed for more direct service support for our second language learners

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  • District Context and Organization

    District Context and Organization Summary

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  • Technology

    Technology Summary

    The primary goal of the technology department is to provide support for all technology needs throughout the district from the classrooms to the administrative offices. We are responsible foreverything from surveillance to voice services, computer installation and support, internet safety and security, and configuration and troubleshooting for the various other technology devices thatare being utilized by the district.

    Technology Strengths

    Some of the major upcoming projects for this school year are as follows:

    Replacement of all of the outdated surveillance equipment. We will begin deploying these cameras the first week of September.Beginning our computer refresh cycle (removal of all desktop computers that are 5 years old.) This number currently is 353 out of roughly 1500 computers. Creating a professional development and training site to assist teachers with integrating technology in their day to day routines.

    Technology Needs

    Some of the needs to be addressed throughout the year/summer:

    Replacement of all wireless access points throughout the district. This will be done utilizing E-Rate funds and will begin next summer.Firewall/content filter will be expiring in July of next year, we will be looking at various vendors after the beginning of the New Year.Replacing aging servers by either virtualizing them or migrating their roles into the cloud.

    Ongoing challenges that the department faces are trying to discover new cost effective technologies that can assist our teachers and staff while maintainingand utilizing the equipment that we currently have.

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  • Comprehensive Needs Assessment Data Documentation

    The following data were used to verify the comprehensive needs assessment analysis:

    Improvement Planning Data

    District goalsCurrent and/or prior year(s) campus and/or district improvement plansCampus and/or district planning and decision making committee(s) meeting dataState and federal planning requirements

    Accountability Data

    Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) dataPerformance Index Framework Data: Index 1 - Student AchievementPerformance Index Framework Data: Index 2 - Student ProgressPerformance Index Framework Data: Index 3 - Closing Performance GapsPerformance Index Framework Data: Index 4 - Postsecondary ReadinessSystem Safeguards and Texas Accountability Intervention System (TAIS) dataCritical Success Factor(s) dataAccountability Distinction DesignationsFederal Report Card DataNCLB Report Card dataPBMAS dataCommunity and student engagement rating dataAnnual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAO) data

    Student Data: Assessments

    State and federally required assessment information (e.g. curriculum, eligibility, format, standards, accommodations, TEA information)State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) current and longitudinal results, including all versionsSTAAR End-of-Course current and longitudinal results, including all versionsProgress of prior year STAAR failersSTAAR Released Test QuestionsSTAAR ELL Progress Measure dataTexas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) resultsTexas Primary Reading Inventory (TPRI), Tejas LEE, or other alternate early reading assessment resultsTexas Success Initiative (TSI) data for postsecondary/college-ready graduates dataAdvanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) assessment dataSAT and/or ACT assessment dataPSAT and/or ASPIRE

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  • Student Success Initiative (SSI) data for Grades 5 and 8SSI: Istation Indicators of Progress (ISIP) accelerated reading assessment data for Grades 3-5 (TEA approved statewide license)SSI: Think Through Math assessment data for Grades 3-8 and Algebra I (TEA approved statewide license)Local diagnostic reading assessment dataLocal diagnostic math assessment dataLocal benchmark or common assessments dataStudent failure and/or retention ratesRunning Records resultsObservation Survey results

    Student Data: Student Groups

    Race and ethnicity data, including number of students, academic achievement, discipline, attendance, and rates of progress between groupsNumber of students assigned to each special program, including analysis of academic achievement, race, ethnicity, gender, etcEconomically Disadvantaged / Non-economically disadvantaged performance and participation dataSpecial education population, including performance, discipline, attendance, and mobilityAt-Risk population, including performance, discipline, attendance and mobilityELL or LEP data, including academic achievement, support and accommodation needs, race, ethnicity, gender, etcCareer and Technical Education (CTE) data, including academic achievement, program growth, race, ethnicity, gender, etcSection 504 dataHomeless dataGifted and talented dataDyslexia DataResponse to Intervention (RTI) student achievement dataRecommended High School Program (RHSP)/Distinguished Achievement Program (DAP) graduates data

    Student Data: Behavior and Other Indicators

    Completion rates and/or graduation rates dataAnnual dropout rate dataAttendance dataMobility rate, including longitudinal dataDiscipline recordsViolence and/or violence prevention recordsTobacco, alcohol, and other drug-use dataStudent surveys and/or other feedbackClass size averages by grade and subject

    Employee Data

    Professional Learning Communities (PLC) data

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  • Highly qualified staff dataCampus leadership dataCampus department and/or faculty meeting discussions and dataProfessional development needs assessment dataEvaluation(s) of professional development implementation and impactPDAS and/or T-TESS

    Parent/Community Data

    Parent surveys and/or other feedbackParent Involvement RateCommunity surveys and/or other feedback

    Support Systems and Other Data

    Organizational structure dataProcesses and procedures for teaching and learning, including program implementationCommunications dataCapacity and resources dataBudgets/entitlements and expenditures dataStudy of best practicesAction research results

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  • Goals

    Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 1: Students will perform at or above state performance standards on all STAAR assessments in all categories measured by stateaccountability that are not at state average and those above state average will increase by 5%.

    Summative Evaluation: STAAR 2016 results

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 3

    1) Identify the scores not at the state average from the results of the 2015STAAR/EOC and those at or above the state average.

    Testing CoordinatorSpecial ProgramsPrincipalsAcademic DeanTeachersDepartment Heads

    2016 State Assessment results

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 1 CSF 2 CSF 4

    2) All students not meeting standard on any STAAR/EOC or end of year (EOY)assessments will be placed in an intervention program at the beginning of the nextschool year.

    PrincipalsATL'sAcademic DeanTeachersDepartment Heads

    Documentation of the intervention groups.

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 2 CSF 4

    3) All students in an intervention group will have a written targeted or intensiveintervention plan.

    PrincipalsATL'sAcademic DeanAcademic Services

    Plan in E-STAR

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 2

    4) Use Eduphoria to create reports that will target the specific student expectationsthat do not meet standard.

    ATL'sAcademic DeanInterventionistsAcademic Services

    Printed reports in data binders.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1

    5) At least 2 benchmarks will be given to all students in STAAR grades or courses.

    ATLAcademic DeanTeachersAcademic Services

    Benchmarks on file

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  • State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 4

    6) Accelerated Instruction will be developed to meet student needs.

    PrincipalsTeachersInterventionistsAcademic Services

    Accelerated instruction documentation.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 2: Increase the passing rate for math and reading in Student Success Initiative (SSI) grades 5th and 8th by 50% on the first testingopportunity

    Summative Evaluation: 2016 first time testing results for 5th and 8th grade STAAR math and reading.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 1

    1) All students not meeting standard on the 3rd,4th,6th, and 7th grade reading ormath STAAR will be placed in an intervention program at the beginning of the nextschool year.

    PrincipalsATLAcademic DeanTeachersAcademic Services

    Student Schedules

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 2

    2) All students not meeting standard on the first administration of 5th or 8th grademath and reading STAAR will have a written targeted or intensive intervention plan.

    Principals,Academic Dean,ATL,TeachersInterventionTeachers

    Written plan in estar

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 5

    3) Parents will be notified in writing that their student will be placed in anintervention program due to not meeting the standard on STAAR.

    PrincipalsATL/Academic DeanInterventionistTeachers

    Written letters will be mailed and copies will be filed in adata folder.

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 1

    4) Students in interventions will be placed in monitoring groups in order to trackprogress.

    ATLAcademic DeanTeachersInterventionistPrincipalsAcademic Services

    Creation of monitoring groups

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 4

    5) Accelerated Instruction will be developed to meet student needs.

    PrincipalsTeachersInterventionistsAcademic Services

    Accelerated instruction documentation.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 3: Increase the number of students in Tier I to 80% for reading and 65% for math

    Summative Evaluation: End of Year diagnostic testing

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 2 CSF 3

    1) Classroom teachers will differentiate and scaffold instruction in an attempt toreduce the number of students who need intervention.

    TeachersPrincipalsATLAcademic DeanAcademic Services

    Lesson Plans

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 4 CSF 7

    2) Teachers will meet and design lessons that incorporate the Fundamental 5.

    TeachersATL'sAcademic DeanAcademic Services

    Lesson planning time and lesson development.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 4: Students w/special needs will be supported in on-grade level skill acquisition in all areas.

    Summative Evaluation: Individualized Education Plans, Behavior/Attendance Contracts, 504 implementation plans.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 3 CSF 4 CSF 5

    1) All students in the special programs will have an education plan that isappropriate to their skill and development.

    Special ProgramsPrincipalsAssistant PrincipalsAcademic DeanTeachersAcademic Services

    Documentation in digital manager.

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 4

    2) Accelerated Instruction will be developed to meet student needs.

    PrincipalsTeachersInterventionistsAcademic Services

    Accelerated instruction documentation.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 5: At least 18 more students (64%) will participate in the SAT and ACT to gain the 2015 distinction level.

    Summative Evaluation: Distinction Designations for 2016

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 4

    1) Campus schedules will reflect an ACT/SAT prep course.

    PrincipalsAcademic DeanDepartment ChairSpecial Programs

    Master Schedule

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5

    2) Pleasanton will be a designated/hosting site for the administration of the SATand/or ACT.

    PrincipalAcademic DeanCounselorsSpecial Programs

    Documentation of testing schedules.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 5 CSF 6

    3) All students who qualify for the DUKE TIP talent search will be informed of theopportunity and the possibility of fee waivers.

    CounselorsAcademic Services

    Scheduled meetings documentation of participants.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 6: A Comprehensive Post Graduate Preparation Plan will be developed for all PISD students.

    Summative Evaluation: Evidence of Endorsement Pathways on graduation Plans.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    1) The district will partner with Region 20 for the College and Career (CCR) cohort.

    Post Graduate/CTEDirectorCTE counselorCounselorsPrincipalAcademic Dean

    Commitment Schedule on file.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 5 CSF 6

    2) Students in Junior High will be exposed in greater depth to the endorsementpathways.

    Post Graduate/CTEDirectorCTE counselorCounselorsPrincipalAcademic Dean

    Schedule of meetings at the Junior High.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    3) All students entering grade 9 will have a Personal Graduation Plan (PGP) on fileand any student 6-8 grade not meeting standard on the state assessment will have aPGP.

    PrincipalsCounselorsPost Graduate/CTEDirectorCTE Counselor

    PGP's on file

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: Improve learning for all students in an effort to prepare all students for college and/or career success.PISD: Student Performance that exceeds state benchmarks and graduates well prepared to succeed after high school.

    Performance Objective 7: School Health programs will be coordinated through the School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC).

    Summative Evaluation: SHAC agendas and minutes.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    1) Physical education classes (external to athletics) at the secondary level will teachlifelong exercise programs with individual health monitoring processes.

    Physical EducationteachersPrincipalsAcademic DeanDepartment Head

    Lesson Plans

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    2) Healthy lifestyles programs incorporate the community fitness resources indeveloping life habits.

    CTE DirectorCTE Counselor

    Health Fair with community involvement pictures.Flyer advertising Health Fair

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 4 CSF 5

    3) Healthy lifestyles programs will integrate into health (and science) courses achecklist of individual healthy mind/ healthy body elements.

    Science /HealthTeachersPE Teachers

    Lesson Plans

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1

    4) K-12 alignment of CATCH Program in accordance with TEA standards for fullCoordinated Health Plan

    PE TeachersSpecial ProgramsDirectorCTE DirectorDepartment HeadsPrincipals

    Lesson Plans documentation

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 2: The district will implement a response to intervention program with fidelity so all students will perform to thegreatest of their ability.PISD: The resources needed to provide a quality education.

    Performance Objective 1: The district will develop an RTI district wide plan of action.

    Summative Evaluation: Documented Plan

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 6 CSF 7

    1) The plan will be developed with input from campus leadership teams.

    Special ProgramsDirectorATLAcademic DeanPrincipalsAcademic Services

    Plan posted and shared with campuses.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3

    2) The plan will outline the programs used for screening and diagnostic testing andinterventions.

    Special ProgramsATL'sAcademic DeanPrincipalsAcademic Services

    Outline of the plan shared with campuses.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 7

    3) The campus will identify RTI team leads.

    PrincipalsATL'sInterventionists

    Campus Committee names

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 2: The district will implement a response to intervention program with fidelity so all students will perform to the greatest of their ability.PISD: The resources needed to provide a quality education.

    Performance Objective 2: Data will be used to make decisions about students who must be placed into Tier II or Tier III intervention groups.

    Summative Evaluation: Data binders and information entered into E-Star.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 2

    1) Implement a Beginning, Middle and End of Year (BOY, MOY, EOY) screenerfor math and reading.

    PrincipalsATL'sAcademic DeanAcademic ServicesSpecial Programs

    Screener results documented in Estar

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 2

    2) Grades K-8 will implement progress monitoring every 2 weeks for students inTier groups.

    ATLInterventionistsClassroom teachers

    Data Graphs

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3

    3) Campus schedules will contain periods of time for Tier instruction.

    PrincipalsInterventionistsATL'sTeachers

    Campus schedules on file

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 2

    4) Several data sources will be collected to determine student progress andintervention plan.

    TeachersInterventionistsPrincipalsATL'sAcademic Services

    Programs in place

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 4

    5) Tier instruction will be identified for 10-12 week intervals.

    PrincipalsInterventionistsATL'sTeachers

    Schedule of intervals

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 2: The district will implement a response to intervention program with fidelity so all students will perform to the greatest of their ability.PISD: The resources needed to provide a quality education.

    Performance Objective 3: The district will use an electronic process to maintain student intervention data forms.

    Summative Evaluation: Electronic storage of the RTI forms.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 7

    1) Documentation of goals, strategies and progress forms are to be created for allstudents in Tier I, II, or III.

    TeachersInterventionistsATL'sSpecial Programs

    Documents will be stored in Estar

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 2

    2) Tier forms are to be updated at the end of every identified Interval.

    TeachersInterventionistsATL'sSpecial Programs

    Documents will be stored in Estar

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 4 CSF 6

    3) Teachers will review the data forms in the estar program on all their new studentsfor the year.

    TeachersPrincipalsATL

    Evidenced by the documentation of teacher reviewed inEStar.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 3: All teachers will implement a guaranteed and viable curriculum allowing students the opportunity and time to learn.PISD: A professionally qualified staff that meets the individual learning needs of all students and the resources needed toprovide a quality education.

    Performance Objective 1: Fundamental 5 initiative for Tier I instruction

    Summative Evaluation: Trainings and Purchasing of books

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 4 CSF 7

    1) Teachers will have posted the lesson frames for the daily learning objective andthe TEKS learning goal.

    TeachersCampusAdministrationAcademic Dean

    Walkthrough monitoring of posting

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 3 CSF 7

    2) All new teachers will have the Fundamental 5 training.

    Employee servicesSuperintendentAcademic Services

    Sign In sheetsagenda

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 7

    3) Campus administration will include weekly walk-throughs into the classrooms.

    Campusadministration

    Walkthrough data posted in Eduphoria

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 3: All teachers will implement a guaranteed and viable curriculum allowing students the opportunity and time to learn.PISD: A professionally qualified staff that meets the individual learning needs of all students and the resources needed to provide a quality education.

    Performance Objective 2: Teachers will use the IFD in the TEKS Resource system to study the scope and alignment of the TEKS.

    Summative Evaluation: Evidenced by identification in lesson plans

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 4

    1) Professional Learning Communities (PLC)/Collaborative meetings will occur toplan instruction.

    TeachersATLAcademic DeanDepartment Chair

    Lesson plans on file, schedule of meeting times

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 4

    2) Teachers will align the lessons to the standards for their grade.

    TeachersATL'sDepartment Chair

    The TEKS Resource System vertical alignmentdocuments

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 7

    3) Teachers will study the cognitive specificity and the depth of the content for eachTEK and identify those that are readiness or supporting standards.

    TeachersDepartment ChairATL'sAcademic Dean

    Walkthrough data posted in Eduphoria

    State System Safeguard Strategies4) Teachers plan instruction using the 5 fundamental elements for teaching reading-phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.

    K-8 Reading teacherReading specialistinterventionistsATL

    Data will be collectedSchedules for programsLesson plans on file

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 3: All teachers will implement a guaranteed and viable curriculum allowing students the opportunity and time to learn.PISD: A professionally qualified staff that meets the individual learning needs of all students and the resources needed to provide a quality education.

    Performance Objective 3: Teachers will meet to plan common summative assessments.

    Summative Evaluation: Assessments on file or in Eduphoria.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 2 CSF 4

    1) Teachers will utilize the test makers available in Eduphoria to create summativeassessments.

    TeachersATL'sAcademic DeanAcademic Services

    Tests in Eduphoria

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 1 CSF 2 CSF 4

    2) Teachers will create assessments with attention to the percentage of readiness andsupporting standards and dual coded questions.

    TeachersATL'sAcademic DeanAcademic Services

    Answer keys in Eduphoria linked to tested standards.

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 1: Leadership book studies: Lead Simply and What Great Principals Do Differently

    Summative Evaluation: Purchased book and discussion item on agenda

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 7

    1) District Leadership will have book studies throughout the year and havediscussions at leadership meetings.

    SuperintendentDistrict Leadership

    Minutes to the Agendas

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 2: District RTI Behavior Plan

    Summative Evaluation: Documented plan created by Assistant Principals

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3 CSF 6

    1) Each campus will create a behavior RTI plan.

    RTI TeamAttendance staffAssistant principals

    RTI Plan on file

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 6

    2) Each campus will have a plan to address a bullying through student training andavenues for reporting.

    Assistant PrincipalsTeachersCounselors

    Training's documented

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    3) The campus will implement a positive behavior support initiative and restorativediscipline.

    Assistant PrincipalsCounselorsAcademic Services

    Included in the RTI plan

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 3: Increase attendance to 98%

    Summative Evaluation: Weekly attendance checks.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 3

    1) District PEIMS will create a report every week for attendance totals.

    District PEIMSCentral OfficeAdministrationAssistant Principals

    Reports kept on file

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 6

    2) Campuses will use the Raptor system to keep track of late check in and earlycheck outs.

    Clerical staffAttendance staffAssistant Principals

    Raptor reports printed

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 4 CSF 5

    3) Phone calls to parents when a student is absent.

    Clerical staffAttendance staffAssistant Principals

    Documented phone calls

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    4) Truancy Officer will be called on students who have 3 unexcused absences in a 4week period.

    Clerical staffAttendance staffAssistant PrincipalsTruancy Officer

    Documented absences and home visit log.

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 4 CSF 5 CSF 6

    5) Campus assistant principals will create an intervention plan to address attendance.

    Clerical staffAttendance staffAssistant PrincipalsTruancy Officer

    Intervention Plan on file

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    6) Principal contracts will be created for students who are not in 90% attendance fora class or who are not in 90% attendance of days.

    Clerical staffAttendance staffAssistant PrincipalsPrincipals

    Contracts on file

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 4: Optimize the learning environment and support the instructional program of the district with the development andimplementation of an EOP.

    Summative Evaluation: EOP on file

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    1) Maintenance department will conduct EOP training.

    MaintenanceDirectorAcademic Services

    Training created in Eduphoria workshop, Sign In Sheet,Agenda

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 6 CSF 7

    2) Safety audits will be conducted yearly.

    MaintenanceDepartmentPrincipalsAssistant Principals

    Safety Audits on File

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 5: The district will hire a part time parent liaison who will coordinate campus events and parent involvement.

    Summative Evaluation: Documentation of hired personnel.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    1) Parent Liaison will provide training to parents at the parent center or districtfacilities/campuses to focus on involvement in their child's education.

    Parent LiaisonAcademic Services

    Agendas and sign in sheets

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    2) Parent Liaison will coordinate and attend parent events at the campuses.

    Parent LiaisonAcademic Services

    Calendar of scheduled events

    3) The parent liaison will train parents to be campus volunteers. Parent LiaisonAcademic Services

    Agendas and sign in sheets

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    4) The parent liaison will manage and open the parent center for parents to come andutilize the supplies for the campuses.

    Parent LiaisonAcademic Services

    Sign in sheets

    Funding Sources: 211- ESEA Title I, Part A - $50.00, 211- ESEA Title I, Part A - $220.60, 211- ESEATitle I, Part A - $60.00

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    5) Parent liaison will help facilitate the information to parents about campus eventsand encourage participation.

    Parent LiaisonAcademic Services

    Flyers, call trees, documented events and number ofparticipants

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    6) Parent survey will be available for parent input.

    CentralAdministration

    Survey posted on line

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6 CSF 7

    7) A mobile application will be available for parent access to the website and studentapplications.

    CentralAdministrationTechnologyDepartment

    Mobile Application available

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 6: The district will offer a Beyond the Bell (BTB) program for grade PK-6 until 6:00 pm.

    Summative Evaluation: Program and registration paperwork on file.

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 6

    1) The BTB lead will hire student workers to help implement the after schoolprogram.

    Program LeadCentral OfficeAdministrationHigh school workforce programEmployee Services

    Hiring paperwork

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5

    2) The program lead will create a schedule that includes snack time, homework time,including reading and play time.

    Program LeadFood ServiceCentralAdministration

    Schedule of events, snack schedule

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 7: The campuses will offer family reading and math nights at their campuses

    Summative Evaluation: District calendar of events

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5

    1) Campuses will identify on their calendar family reading and math nights andcommunicate the events to parents.

    PrincipalsATL'sDepartment ChairParent Liaison

    Documented events on Calendar

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: The district will create a positive district culture and climate.PISD: All parents actively participating in the education of their child.

    Performance Objective 8: The district will ensure that all campuses investigate any claims of bullying be 100% in compliance with the information inPolicy FFI and FFH (Legal/Local).

    Summative Evaluation: Bullying reports will be run every six weeks

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 5 CSF 6

    1) The district will provide the bully investigation checklist.

    PrincipalsAssistant PrincipalsTeachersSuperintendent

    Investigation reports filed

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 6

    2) The superintendent will be provided with a TxEIS bully report every 6 or 9 weeksfor each campus.

    PEIMS data clerksAssistant PrincipalsAcademic Services

    Reports filed

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    3) The district has a system for reporting bullying anonymously.

    District OfficeAcademic Services

    Purchased reporting system

    = Accomplished = Considerable = Some Progress = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 5: The district will be committed to the recruitment, retention and training of highly qualified staff.PISD: Attract and retain an exceptional staff

    Performance Objective 1: The district will provide staff development that centers around training for the critical needs areas and required training.

    Summative Evaluation: Purchase order (PO) and sign in sheets, agendas, training flyers, Eduphoria workshop courses

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 4 CSF 7

    1) The district will offer training or approve training for Sheltered InstructionObservation Protocol (SIOP), English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS),Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC),Special education, Dyslexia,ELL.

    Academic ServicesSpecial ProgramsATL's

    Documented courses in Eduphoria

    Funding Sources: 199- General Fund: Dyslexia - $75.00, 199- General Fund: Special Education - $20.40

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    2) The district is implementing training at all campuses for the Fundamental 5.

    Academic ServicesSpecial ProgramsSuperintendent

    Documented courses in Eduphoria

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    3) All teachers will obtain the required yearly training through online trainingmodules.

    Academic ServicesSpecial ProgramsMaintenanceDepartment

    Documented courses in safety training program

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 1 CSF 2 CSF 7

    4) Social Studies teachers will be attending training on the process standards forsocial studies.

    Academic ServicesSpecial ProgramsPrincipalsATL'sAcademic Dean

    Documented courses in Eduphoria

    State System Safeguard StrategiesCritical Success Factors

    CSF 1 CSF 7

    5) The district will be providing training in reading and writing strategies andprocess.

    Academic ServicesSpecial ProgramsPrincipalsATL'sAcademic Dean

    Training documented in Eduphoria

    Funding Sources: 255- ESEA Title II, Part A TPTR - $2600.00

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  • Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    6) The district will be providing training to the staff for the documentation of theRTI process.

    Academic ServicesATL'sAcademic DeanInterventionistPrincipals

    Documented training in Eduphoria.

    Funding Sources: 255- ESEA Title II, Part A TPTR - $6500.00Critical Success Factors

    CSF 7

    7) The district will develop the leadership in the district through preparationprograms and leadership academies.

    Executive DirectorEmployee ServicesSuperintendentAcademic Services

    Certificates on file

    State System Safeguard StrategiesFederal System Safeguard Strategies

    8) The district will develop the administration, teacher leads, department chairsthrough the processes of PLC be attending the PLC institute.

    Academic ServicesPrincipalsATL's

    PO numberCertificates for attending the training

    Funding Sources: 255- ESEA Title II, Part A TPTR - $29205.00, 199- General Fund: GT - $2596.00

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  • Goal 5: The district will be committed to the recruitment, retention and training of highly qualified staff.PISD: Attract and retain an exceptional staff

    Performance Objective 2: Recruit 100% Highly Qualified (HQ) staff that allows for rigorous instruction at all levels.

    Summative Evaluation: Documentation of HQ

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    1) Central administration and employee services will attend job fairs at surroundingdistricts and universities.

    Executive Directorof EmployeeServicesEmployee ServiceAdministrativeAssistant

    Documentation of Job Fairs

    Funding Sources: 211- ESEA Title I, Part A - $3934.00Critical Success Factors

    CSF 7

    2) The district will provide class reduction teachers and instructional aides tofacilitate academic initiatives.

    Primary PrincipalAcademic ServicesExecutive Directorof EmployeeServices

    Hiring documentation

    Funding Sources: 255- ESEA Title II, Part A TPTR - $82400.00State System Safeguard Strategies

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    3) Recruit highly qualified staff with certifications in special programs.

    PrincipalsAcademic ServicesExecutive Directorof EmployeeServices

    Hiring documentation

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 7

    4) Pleasanton will pay a stipend to teachers who they have identified as teaching in ahigh needs area.

    Employee ServicesFinance DepartmentSuperintendent

    Documented stipend

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  • Goal 5: The district will be committed to the recruitment, retention and training of highly qualified staff.PISD: Attract and retain an exceptional staff

    Performance Objective 3: Provide updated technology and training site to assist teachers in integrating technology

    Summative Evaluation: Technology replacement schedule and training site

    Strategy Description Staff Responsiblefor Monitoring Evidence that Demonstrates SuccessFormative ReviewsNov Jan Mar June

    Critical Success FactorsCSF 1 CSF 4 CSF 7

    1) The technology department will create a 5 year replacement schedule for campustechnology.

    TechnologyDepartmentFinanceSuperintendent

    Technology Replacement Schedule

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  • State System Safeguard Strategies

    Goal Objective Strategy Description1 1 1 Identify the scores not at the state average from the results of the 2015 STAAR/EOC and those at or above the state average.

    1 1 2 All students not meeting standard on any STAAR/EOC or end of year (EOY) assessments will be placed in an interventionprogram at the beginning of the next school year.1 1 3 All students in an intervention group will have a written targeted or intensive intervention plan.1 1 4 Use Eduphoria to create reports that will target the specific student expectations that do not meet standard.1 1 6 Accelerated Instruction will be developed to meet student needs.

    1 2 1 All students not meeting standard on the 3rd,4th,6th, and 7th grade reading or math STAAR will be placed in an interventionprogram at the beginning of the next school year.

    1 2 2 All students not meeting standard on the first administration of 5th or 8th grade math and reading STAAR will have a writtentargeted or intensive intervention plan.

    1 2 3 Parents will be notified in writing that their student will be placed in an intervention program due to not meeting the standard onSTAAR.1 2 4 Students in interventions will be placed in monitoring groups in order to track progress.1 2 5 Accelerated Instruction will be developed to meet student needs.1 4 1 All students in the special programs will have an education plan that is appropriate to their skill and development.1 4 2 Accelerated Instruction will be developed to meet student needs.2 2 4 Several data sources will be collected to determine student progress and intervention plan.

    3 2 4 Teachers plan instruction using the 5 fundamental elements for teaching reading-phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary,fluency, and comprehension.

    3 3 2 Teachers will create assessments with attention to the percentage of readiness and supporting standards and dual codedquestions.

    5 1 1 The district will offer training or approve training for Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP), English LanguageProficiency Standards (ELPS), Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC),Special education, Dyslexia, ELL.5 1 4 Social Studies teachers will be attending training on the process standards for social studies.5 1 5 The district will be providing training in reading and writing strategies and process.

    5 1 8 The district will develop the administration, teacher leads, department chairs through the processes of PLC be attending the PLCinstitute.

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  • Goal Objective Strategy Description5 2 3 Recruit highly qualified staff with certifications in special programs.

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  • Federal System Safeguard Strategies

    Goal Objective Strategy Description

    5 1 8 The district will develop the administration, teacher leads, department chairs through the processes of PLC be attending the PLCinstitute.

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  • District Funding Summary

    199- General Fund: Special EducationGoal Objective Strategy Resources Needed Account Code Amount

    5 1 1 Travel reimbursement from training 19913641100870623000 $20.40Sub-Total $20.40

    199- General Fund: GTGoal Objective Strategy Resources Needed Account Code Amount

    5 1 8 PLC institute 19913641102001,041,104,103,105,630C00 $2,596.00Sub-Total $2,596.00

    199- General Fund: DyslexiaGoal Objective Strategy Resources Needed Account Code Amount

    5 1 1 Primary Interventionists training 19913641100105623000 $75.00Sub-Total $75.00

    211- ESEA Title I, Part AGoal Objective Strategy Resources Needed Account Code Amount

    4 5 4 Parent Involvement manage supplies 21161639900925699B00 $50.004 5 4 Parent supplies 21161639900925699B00 $220.604 5 4 Business cards 21161639900925699B00 $60.005 2 1 Title I recruitment 255 41 6299 00 749 6 24 0 00 $3,934.00

    Sub-Total $4,264.60255- ESEA Title II, Part A TPTRGoal Objective Strategy Resources Needed Account Code Amount

    5 1 5 Title II 25513629900925624000 $2,600.005 1 6 Title II during the year 25513629900925624000 $6,500.00

    5 1 8 PLC institute 255-13-6411.00-105,104,103,041,001-624000 $29,205.00

    5 2 2 Title II personnel 255 11 6119 00 105 6 24 0 00 $82,400.00

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  • Sub-Total $120,705.00Grand Total $127,661.00

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  • TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY2015 Accountability Summary

    PLEASANTON ISD (007905)

    Accountability Rating

    Met Standard

    Met Standards on Did Not Meet Standards on

    - Student Achievement - NONE

    - Student Progress

    - Closing Performance Gaps

    - Postsecondary Readiness

    In 2015, to receive a Met Standard or Met Alternative Standard rating, districts and campuses must meet targets onthree indexes: Index 1 or Index 2 and Index 3 and Index 4.

    Performance Index Report

    0

    25

    50

    75

    100

    Index 1

    StudentAchievement

    (Target Score=60)

    Index 2

    StudentProgress

    (Target Score=20)

    Index 3

    ClosingPerformance Gaps(Target Score=28)

    Index 4

    PostsecondaryReadiness

    (Target Score=57)

    72 31 35 72

    Performance Index Summary

    IndexPoints

    EarnedMaximum

    PointsIndexScore

    1 - Student Achievement 2,762 3,857 72

    2 - Student Progress 249 800 31

    3 - Closing Performance Gaps 695 2,000 35

    4 - Postsecondary Readiness

    STAAR Score 8.6

    Graduation Rate Score 24.5

    Graduation Plan Score 22.0

    Postsecondary Component Score 17.0 72

    Distinction Designation

    Postsecondary Readiness

    Percent of Eligible Measures in Top Quartile0 out of 12 = 0%

    NO DISTINCTION EARNED

    State System Safeguards

    Number and Percent of Indicators Met

    Performance Rates 17 out of 22 = 77%

    Participation Rates 10 out of 10 = 100%

    Graduation Rates 5 out of 5 = 100%

    Total 32 out of 37 = 86%

    For further information about this report, please see the Performance Reporting Division website at http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2015/index.html

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  • STAAR

    SubPopulation

    Reading/ELA Math Social Studies Science Writing

    Tested LII Sat

    LII Sat% Tested LII Sat

    LII Sat% Tested LII Sat

    LII Sat% Tested LII Sat

    LII Sat% Tested LII Sat

    LII Sat%

    All Students 2020 1457 72% 296 223 75% 440 305 69% 693 528 76% 408 249 61%

    Native American * * * * * * * * * * * * - - -

    Asian 7 8 88% * * * * * * * * * * * *

    African American * * * * * * - - - * * * - - -

    Hispanic 1420 959 68% 216 160 74% 301 184 61% 486 345 71% 284 160 56%

    White 566 470 83% 75 61 81% 132 116 61% 192 171 89% 117 85 73%

    Two or More Races 18 16 89% * * * * * * 9 8 89% * * *

    ECD 1013 645 64% 142 97 68% 216 122 56% 345 231 67% 204 105 51%

    Special Education 52 15 29% * * * * * * * * * * * *

    ELL 62 27 44% * * * * * * 18 7 39% * * *

    Groups that meet the Minimum Size Criteria with

  • Index II Summary - Student Progress

    All Sts

    Hispanic White SpEd ELL Total Pts

    Max Pts

    Reading Growth Rate 56 54 58 * 52

    Math Growth Rate 26 6 35 * *

    Total 249 800

    Index II Score (2015 Accountability Target ≈

    5th percentile) 20

    31

    Index III Summary - Closing Performance Gaps

    (MSR=25 both years/Rdg&Mth)

    Eco Dis

    Lowest Performing

    Group Hispanic

    Total Pts

    Max Pts

    Reading Performance Rate 71 75 146 400

    Math Performance Rate 72 81 153 400

    Soc. St. Performance Rate 63 67 113 400

    Science Performance Rate 74 79 153 400

    Writing Performance Rate 54 59 130 400

    Total 695 2000

    Index III Score (2015 Accountability

    Target = 5th percentile)28

    35

    Index IV Summary - Postsecondary Readiness

    All Sts

    Hispanic White SPED ELL Total Pts

    Max Pts

    Score 25%

    STAAR Final Level II Performance on 2 or more subject area tests

    (25%) 31 24 48 103 300 34.3 8.6

    5 Yr Graduation Rate (25%) 98.1 97.2 100 96 391.3 400 97.8 24.5

    RHSP/DAP (25%) 88 88 87.5 263.5 400 87.8 22

    Postsecondary Readiness (25%) 69 71.3 63.2 203.5 300 67.8 17

    Graduation Rate Score (Use best Grad Rate) TOTAL 72

    Index IV Score

    (2015 Accountability Target = 57) 72

  • Phase In Results

    Reading Math Writing Science Social Studies

    Phase-In Standard

    Phase-In Standard

    Phase-In Standard Phase-In Standard Phase-In Standard

    I II Recommended

    III I II

    Recommende

    d

    III I II

    Recommende

    d

    III I II Recommended

    III I II

    Recom

    mended

    III

    3rd 3rd

    PISD 72% 65% 40% 48% PISD

    State 77% 68% 40% 53% State

    4th 4th 4th

    PISD 64% 57% 35% 39% PISD PISD 53% 37% 16% 29%

    State 74% 66% 43% 50% State State 70% 55% 29% 44%

    5th 5th 5th

    PISD 64% 52% 29% 40% PISD PISD 67% 57% 32% 40%

    State 78% 67% 42% 54% State State 72% 61% 34% 44%

    6th 6th

    PISD 69% 57% 33% 40% PISD

    State 76% 65% 40% 52% State

    7th 7th 7th

    PISD 71% 64% 33% 42% PISD PISD 66% 49% 25% 35%

    State 75% 66% 38% 49% State State 72% 59% 35% 46%

    8th 8th 8th 8th

    PISD 77% 66% 39% 50% PISD PISD 76% 66% 39% 51% PISD 48% 34% 10% 18%

    State 78% 69% 43% 54% State State 70% 61% 38% 48% State 64% 52% 26% 35%

    Color Key: At or Above State Performance >10% Below State Performance

  • Phase In Results

    Color Key: At or Above State Performance >10% Below State Performance

    Reading/Writing Math Science Social Studies

    Phase-In Standard Phase-In Standard Phase-In Standard Phase-In Standard

    I II Recommended

    III I II Recommended

    III I II Recommended

    III I II Recommended

    III

    ELA I- Rd

    Alg I

    PISD 60% 56% 40% 45% PISD 74% 62% 31% 42%

    State 63% 59% 45% 50% State 81% 70% 43% 54%

    ELA II- Rd

    Bio I

    PISD 57% 49% 34% 40% PISD 89% 80% 49% 64%

    State 66% 60% 45% 53% State 92% 84% 57% 69%

    U.S. History

    PISD 89% 82% 52% 69%

    State 91% 84% 62% 72%

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    TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY2015 State System Safeguards - Status Report

    PLEASANTON ISD (007905)

    AllStudents

    AfricanAmerican Hispanic White

    AmericanIndian Asian

    PacificIslander

    Two orMore

    RacesEcon

    DisadvSpecial

    Ed

    ELL(Current &Monitored) ELL +

    TotalMet

    TotalEligible

    Percent ofEligible

    Measures Met

    Performance Status ‡

    Target 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60%

    Reading Y Y Y Y N N 4 6 67

    Mathematics Y Y Y Y 4 4 100

    Writing Y N Y N 2 4 50

    Science Y Y Y Y 4 4 100

    Social Studies Y Y Y N 3 4 75

    Total 17 22 77

    Participation Status ‡

    Target 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95%

    Reading Y Y Y Y Y Y 6 6 100

    Mathematics Y Y Y Y 4 4 100

    Total 10 10 100

    Federal Graduation Status (Target: See Reason Codes)

    Graduation Target Met Y Y Y Y Y 5 5 100

    Reason Code *** a a a a a

    Total 5 5 100

    Overall Total 32 37 86

    ‡ Resultsfor grades 3-8 mathematics,STAAR A, and STAAR Alternate2 are not included in 2015 State System Safeguards.

    + Participation uses ELL (Current) rate, Graduation uses ELL (Ever HS) rate.*** Federal Graduation Rate Reason Codes:

    a = Graduation Rate Goal of 90%b = Four-year Graduation Rate Target of 83%c = Safe Harbor Target of a 10% decrease in difference from the prior-year rate and the goald = Five-year Graduation Rate Target of 88%

    Blank cells above represent student group indicators that do not meet the minimum size criteria.

  • TEA Division of Performance Reporting Page 2 of 3 August 7, 2015

    TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY2015 State System Safeguards - Performance and Participation Data Table

    PLEASANTON ISD (007905)

    AllStudents

    AfricanAmerican Hispanic White

    AmericanIndian Asian

    PacificIslander

    Two orMoreRaces

    EconDisadv

    SpecialEd

    ELL(Current &Monitored)

    ELL(Current)

    Performance Rates ‡

    Reading

    # at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 1,457 * 959 470 * 7 - 16 645 15 34 n/a

    Total Tests 2,020 * 1,420 566 * 8 - 18 1,013 52 74 62

    % at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 72% * 68% 83% * 88% - 89% 64% 29% 46% n/a

    Mathematics

    # at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 223 * 160 61 * * - * 97 * * n/a

    Total Tests 296 * 216 75 * * - * 142 * * *

    % at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 75% * 74% 81% * * - * 68% * * n/a

    Writing

    # at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 249 - 160 85 - * - * 105 * 5 n/a

    Total Tests 408 - 284 117 - * - * 204 * 16 *

    % at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 61% - 56% 73% - * - * 51% * 31% n/a

    Science

    # at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 528 * 345 171 * * - 8 231 * 10 n/a

    Total Tests 693 * 486 192 * * - 9 345 * 21 18

    % at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 76% * 71% 89% * * - 89% 67% * 48% n/a

    Social Studies

    # at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 305 - 184 116 * * - * 122 * * n/a

    Total Tests 440 - 301 132 * * - * 216 * * *

    % at Phase-in Satisfactory Standard 69% - 61% 88% * * - * 56% * * n/a

    Participation Rates ‡

    Reading: 2014-2015 Assessments

    Number Participating 2,118 ** 1,487 593 * 9 - 19 1,053 54 n/a 70

    Total Students 2,128 ** 1,490 600 * 9 - 19 1,058 54 n/a 71

    Participation Rate 100% 100% 100% 99% * 100% - 100% 100% 100% n/a 99%

    Mathematics: 2014-2015 Assessments

    Number Participating 310 * 227 78 * * - * 148 8 n/a 6

    Total Students 312 * 229 78 * * - * 149 9 n/a 6

    Participation Rate 99% * 99% 100% * * - * 99% 89% n/a 100%

    ‡ Resultsfor grades 3-8 mathematics,STAAR A, and STAAR Alternate2 are not included in 2015 State System Safeguards.

    * Indicates results are masked due to smallnumbers to protect student confidentiality.** When only one racial/ethnic group is masked, then the second smallest racial/ethnic group is masked (regardless of size).- Indicates there are no students in the group.n/a Indicates the student group is not applicable for Systems Safeguards.

  • TEA Division of Performance Reporting Page 3 of 3 August 7, 2015

    TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY2015 State System Safeguards - Graduation Data Table

    PLEASANTON ISD (007905)

    AllStudents

    AfricanAmerican Hispanic White

    AmericanIndian Asian

    PacificIslander

    Two orMoreRaces

    EconDisadv

    SpecialEd

    ELL(Ever HS)

    ELL(Current)

    Federal Graduation Rates

    4-year Longitudinal Cohort Graduation Rate (Gr 9-12): Class of 2014

    Number Graduated 210 * 144 64 - - - * 100 24 * n/a

    Total in Class 224 * 154 67 - - - * 109 25 * -

    Graduation Rate 93.8% * 93.5% 95.5% - - - * 91.7% 96.0% * n/a

    4-year Longitudinal Cohort Graduation Rate (Gr 9-12): Class of 2013

    Number Graduated 209 * 139 65 * - - * 109 23 * n/a

    Total in Class 217 * 146 66 * - - * 114 27 * *

    Graduation Rate 96.3% * 95.2% 98.5% * - - * 95.6% 85.2% * n/a

    5-year Extended Graduation Rate (Gr 9-12): Class of 2013

    Number Graduated 212 * 142 65 * - - * 110 25 * n/a

    Total in Class 216 * 146 65 * - - * 113 26 * *

    Graduation Rate 98.1% * 97.3% 100.0% * - - * 97.3% 96.2% * n/a

    * Indicates results are masked due to smallnumbers to protect student confidentiality.** When only one racial/ethnic group is masked, then the second smallest racial/ethnic group is masked (regardless of size).- Indicates there are no students in the group.n/a Indicates the student group is not applicable for Systems Safeguards.

  • Possible Data Sources Organized by Critical Success Factors (CSFs)

    Academic Performance

    Use of Quality Data to Drive Instruction

    Leadership Effectiveness

    Increase Learning Time

    Family & Community Engagement

    School Climate Teacher Quality

    STAAR/EOC Results

    Texas Academic Performance Reports

    TELPAS results Curriculum- Based

    Assessments

    Formative assessments

    Student self-tracking goal setting documents

    Tutoring reports Student portfolios Graduation rate AP/IB data Dual credit Early college

    entrance

    SAT/ACT Scores Texas Primary

    Reading Inventory

    Performance Based Monitoring

    Computer software results

    Developmental Reading Assessment

    Individual education plans

    PEIMS six-weeks principal reports

    Aggregated /disaggregated attendance data

    Aggregated/ disaggregated discipline referral data

    STAAR/EOC Results Curriculum- Based

    Assessments

    Formative assessments Data Management

    Systems (DMAC/Eduphoria)

    Data walls/ rooms Individual student

    profiles

    Response to Intervention tracking

    Classroom walkthrough data

    Feedback from walkthroughs

    Professional learning community minutes

    Intervention decisions Teacher surveys TEKS- unpacking Re-teaching/Tutoring Use of anecdotal data

    such as teacher or counselor input in ARDs or LPAC meetings

    PEIMS six-weeks principal reports

    STAAR/EOC Results

    Texas Academic Performance reports

    Teacher retention Teacher attendance professional

    Development plans (including implementation and monitoring plans)

    Staff surveys Teacher leader Leadership 360

    reviews

    Principal evaluation results

    Teacher evaluation results

    Principal/teacher self-evaluation

    Time on task observations

    Student engagement observations

    Percentage of school-wide engagement in enrichment activities

    Master schedule Late state/Early

    release data

    Minutes of instructional time per day

    Days per year on the instructional calendar

    Minutes of extended opportunities offered

    24/7 online academic opportunities provided

    Minutes offered for staff collaboration/PD

    Number of credits recovered by students at-risk

    Family and community perception surveys

    Number of parent/family conferences held

    Observed results from the conferences

    Number of family/parent focus workshops and programs offered

    Participation results from the workshops

    Number of home visits conducted

    Observed results from the home visits

    Number of modes of communication used to inform families how to support their student academic growth

    Number of languages in which parent communication is provided

    Number of community partners

    Observed results from the community partnerships

    Teacher retention rate

    Student perception data

    Staff perception data Parent/Community

    perception data

    Discipline data Aggregated

    /disaggregated attendance data

    PEIMS data PBIS activities &

    impact

    Teacher attendance Involvement in extra-

    curricular activities

    Walk-through Observations

    Campus cleanliness Community

    involvement and support

    Aggregated/ disaggregated discipline referral data

    PEIMS 425 report

    STAAR/EOC results

    Student feedback Classroom

    observations

    Third party classroom observation

    Teacher recruitment process

    Increased student performance

    Walk-through data Teacher feedback Teacher evaluation

    results

    Professional development hours

    Professional development implementation (as evidenced during walk-throughs)

    Classroom engagement

    Time on task Failure Rates Discipline referrals Parent surveys

  • Pleasanton District Improvement Plan Acronyms

    ISD-Independent School District

    STAAR-State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness

    EOC- End of Course

    ELL-English Language Learners

    CTE-Career and Technical Education

    TEKS-Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills

    RTI-Response to Intervention

    SSI-Student Success Initiative

    CSF-Critical Success Factors

    BOY-Beginning of Year

    MOY-Middle of Year

    EOY-End of Year

    E-star-

    GT-Gifted and Talented

    CCR-College and Career Ready

    PGP-Personal Graduation Plan

    SHAC-School Health Advisory Committee

    PLC-Professional Learning Communities

    BTB-Beyond the Bell

    EOP-Emergency Operation Plan

    PO-Purchase order

    HQ-Highly Qualified

    TxEIS-Texas Enterprise Information System

    LPAC-Language Proficiency Assessment Committee

    SIOP-Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol

  • 2015-2016 SSA Migrant Districts Priority for Service (PFS) Action Plan

    2015-2016 SSA Migrant Districts Priority for Service (PFS) Action Plan

    Education Service Center, Region 20

    As part of the NCLB Consolidated Application for Federal Funding, Part 4 of the Title I, Part C Migrant Education Program schedule, the Priority for Service

    (PFS) Action Plan is a required Program Activity for the Migrant Education Program. Priority for Service students are migratory children who are failing, or

    ost at risk of faili g, to eet the state’s challe gi g state acade ic co te t sta dards a d challe gi g state stude t academic achievement standards, and whose education has been interrupted during the regular school year. [P.L. 107-110, §1304 (d)]

    The Priority for Service Report on NGS must be used to determine who to serve first and foremost with MEP funds. Students are identified as PFS if they

    meet both of the following criteria:

    Criteria for 2015-2016

    Students who failed one or more of the state assessments (TAKS/STAAR), or were granted

    a TAKS LEP Postponement, were Absent or were not enrolled in a Texas school during the

    state assessment testing period for their grade level; and have their education interrupted

    during the previous or current regular school year.

    Students who are designated LEP in the Student Designation section of the New

    Generation System (NGS) Supplemental Program Component, or have been retained, or

    are overage for their current grade level and have their education interrupted during the

    previous or current regular school year.

    Grades 3-12,

    Ungraded (UG) or

    Out of School (OS)

    Grades K-2

    Education Service Center, Region 20 7/8/2015

  • 2015-2016 SSA Migrant Districts Priority for Service (PFS) Action Plan

    Required Activities Timeline Person(s) Responsible Documentation Mid-Year Status EOY Status

    Monthly System Specialists NGS Monthly Reports

    May-August

    MEP Coordinator

    Ed Spec Supervisors

    Counselors, Recruiters

    System Specialists

    District Contact

    Completed 2015-2016

    PFS Action Plan

    Provide SSA migrant contacts a

    copy of the PFS criteria, monthly

    updated NGS PFS reports, and

    expectation of procedures to follow

    with PFS students.

    Monthly

    Ed Spec Supervisors,

    System Specialists,

    Counselor, District Contact,

    Campus Administrator or

    Campus Designee

    PFS Report

    100% of PFS migrant students will receive priority access to supplemental instructional and support

    opportunities.

    Objective(s):

    On a monthly basis, run NGS Priority for Service (PFS) reports to identify migrant children and youth who require priority access to MEP services.

    The PFS Action Plan must include the following:

    When, in your school year calendar, the district’s MEP Contact will provide each campus principal, appropriate campus staff and parents the Priority for Service criteria and updated NGS Priority for Service reports.

    Ensure that identified Priority for Service migrant

    students have the same opportunity to meet the

    challenging state, content, and student performance

    standards expected of all children.

    Goal(s):

    Education Service Center, Region 20 7/8/2015

  • 2015-2016 SSA Migrant Districts Priority for Service (PFS) Action Plan

    Required Activities Timeline Person(s) Responsible Documentation Mid-Year Status EOY Status

    100% of PFS migrant students will receive priority access to supplemental instructional and support

    opportunities.

    Objective(s):

    Ensure that identified Priority for Service migrant

    students have the same opportunity to meet the

    challenging state, content, and student performance

    standards expected of all children.

    Goal(s):

    Provide all parents a copy of the

    PFS criteria, what it means, and

    implications for the student to

    ensure awareness. Districts will

    attach information on progress

    reports or report cards.

    Upon

    Identification as

    PFS

    Ed Spec Supervisors,

    District Contact

    PFS Criteria Letter, Mail

    out list

    Provide parents of PFS students

    with the knowledge of local and

    state requirements for promotion,

    graduation

    Community

    Outreach Fair,

    PAC meetings;

    individual

    meetings/phone

    calls with

    parents as

    needed (case by

    case)

    Campus and Migrant

    Counselor, Campus

    Administrator or Campus

    Designee

    Counselor follow-up,

    student feedback,

    Agendas, Sign-In sheets

    When, in your school year calendar, the district MEP contact, MEP staff and migrant school staff will make home and /or community visits to update

    parents on the academic progress of their children.

    Education Service Center, Region 20 7/8/2015

  • 2015-2016 SSA Migrant Districts Priority for Service (PFS) Action Plan

    Required Activities Timeline Person(s) Responsible Documentation Mid-Year Status EOY Status

    100% of PFS migrant students will receive priority access to supplemental instructional and support

    opportunities.

    Objective(s):

    Ensure that identified Priority for Service migrant

    students have the same opportunity to meet the

    challenging state, content, and student performance

    standards expected of all children.

    Goal(s):

    Provide parents of PFS students an

    update on the academic progress of

    their child.

    Individual

    meetings/phone

    calls with

    parents as

    needed (case by

    case)

    Ed Spec Supervisors,

    Tutors, District Contact,

    Campus Administrator or

    Campus Designee

    Parent evaluations/

    feedback, Counselor

    follow-up, phone logs,

    email documentation,

    mail out list

    Provide parents of PFS students

    information about available

    community and/ or social services.

    Community

    Outreach Fair,

    PAC meetings;

    individual

    meetings/phone

    calls with

    parents as

    needed (case by

    case)

    Ed Spec Supervisors,

    Counselor, Recruiters,

    Tutors, District Contact,

    Campus Administrator or

    Campus Designee

    Parent evaluations/

    feedback, Counselor

    follow-up, tutor feedback,

    student feedback

    How the district’s MEP contact will use NGS Priority for Service reports to give priority placements to these students in Migrant Education Program activities.

    Education Service Center, Region 20 7/8/2015

  • 2015-2016 SSA Migrant Districts Priority for Service (PFS) Action Plan

    Required Activities Timeline Person(s) Responsible Documentation Mid-Year Status EOY Status

    100% of PFS migrant students will receive priority access to supplemental instructional and support

    opportunities.

    Objective(s):

    Ensure that identified Priority for Service migrant

    students have the same opportunity to meet the

    challenging state, content, and student performance

    standards expected of all children.

    Goal(s):

    SSA districts will develop a set of

    written procedures that outline a

    variety of strategies for migrant

    students with late entry and/or early

    withdrawal and saved course slots

    in elective and core subject areas.

    (Required Activity “m”)

    August

    District Contact or

    appropriate district designee;

    Ed Spec

    100% of students who

    enroll late will be placed

    in the necessary core

    content classes.

    Provide appropriate placement/

    programs for students not meeting

    the state content standards or

    mastering TEKS objectives. Ex:

    tutoring, state assessments,

    remediation, Online migrant

    coursework