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  • Tim opens. 12:15 sharp.
  • Tim introduces us.
  • John. Tell the story of our school as it was.
  • John
  • John. Tell the story of our school as it was.
  • Tim sets the tone. Ends 12:20
  • Timothy ends 12:55
  • Monty: These were our visions for the future. Ends: 12:40
  • Monty
  • Tim: Ask for ?s. 10 minutes left!!!!!
  • Transcript

    • 1. Springfield Public Schools School Board Presentation November 19, 2007 Briggs Middle School
    • 2. Brooke Wagner: Principal Dennis Gray: Assistant Principal Joe Hass: Teacher Leader Kathy McCumsey: Teacher Leader Briggs Middle School Presenters
    • 3. Briggs Yesterday: Demographics and Data
    • 4.
      • Grades: 6, 7, 8
      • Enrollment: 536
      • Free and Reduced Lunch: 38%
      • Minority Students: 12.7%
      • Mobility Rate: 26.1%
      • Behavior Referrals: 642
      • Attendance: 92.3%
      BMS Demographics 2003/2004
    • 5. Percent Meet/ Exceed 74 60 59 53.2 48.9 62.4 68 59.1 65.6 67.1 57.6 68.1
    • 6. Organization All School Reading for 2005-06 and 2006-07 Percent Meet/ Exceed 72.5 75.5 67.3 68.2 72.8 72.9
    • 7. 8th Grade Math Percent Meet/ Exceed 63 65.2 70 54 74.4 59 55.3 58.4 63.5 61.3 62.7 65.5
    • 8. 69 75.1 67.3 67.9 71.4 71.2 All School Math for 2005-06 and 2006-07
    • 9. 642 1058 1022 1218
    • 10. 100 175 190 219 171
    • 11. 94.2 92.3 92.5 93.1 91.8 94.4 92.1 93.1 94.4 91.9 92.3 94.4
    • 12. Briggs Today: Demographics & Action Plan
    • 13.
      • Grades: 6, 7, 8
      • Enrollment: 528
      • Free and Reduced Lunch: 41%
      • Minority Students: 18%
      • Mobility Rate: 25.1%
      • Behavior Referrals: 1218 (2006-07)
      • Attendance: 93.1% (2006-07)
      Briggs Demographics 2007/2008
    • 14. Briggs Current Action Plan
      • Re-establish School Vision
      • Revise Behavior Expectations
      • Comprehensive Late Starts
      • Literacy
      • School Vision
      • Curriculum Articulation
      • Bi-Monthly Team Meetings
      • Literacy
      • Positive Behavior Support
    • 15. Briggs Current Action Plan
      • Bi-Monthly Staff Meetings
      • All-in-One
      • Professional Development for Staff
      • Reading Apprenticeship
      • Functional Behavior Assessment
      • Student Owned Strategies
      • 6 Minute Solution
      • ODE Summer Institute
      • Arts Integration
      • Power Standards - Subject specific
      • WEB - Where Everybody Belongs
      • Positive Behavior Support
    • 16. Briggs Current Action Plan
      • Data Driven Decision Making
      • Mastery in Motion
      • 6-9 Assessment
      • SPS Behavior Portal
      • ESIS
      • U of O SET
      • Oregon Dept. Of Education
      • Adequate Yearly Progress
    • 17. Briggs Tomorrow: Vision, Goals & Strategies
    • 18. “ The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found sufficient reason for remaining ashore.” -Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890)
    • 19.
      • Build deeply shared values
      • Aim high
      • Put the necessary environment in place
      • Nurture diversity of thought
      • Enlarge previous boundaries
      Common Vision Guidelines
    • 20.
        • Academic
        • Literacy
        • Math
        • School Culture
        • PBS
        • School Structure
        • WEB
        • Attendance
      Briggs Goals
    • 21. Academic: Literacy
      • Goal 1 – Increase percentage of Briggs students meeting or exceeding on the OAKS Reading standard from 75.5% to 80%.
      • Goal 2 – Continue to meet or exceed the OAKS State standard in Reading by grade level. (currently achieving 2 out of 3 grades)
    • 22. Strategies for Literacy Goals
          • Monthly Late Start Professional Development focused on Literacy
          • Monthly Literacy Team Meeting
          • School-wide OAKS Testing Coordinator
          • Use MIM data for school, grade and teacher curriculum decisions
          • District Level School-wide Reading Coach
          • Briggs Reading Coach
          • Reading Apprenticeship Professional Development
          • Read 180
          • Reading Counts
          • Word of the Day – Word Wall
          • Battle of the Books
          • 6 Minute Solution
    • 23. Academic: Math
      • Goal 1 – Increase percentage of Briggs students meeting or exceeding on the OAKS Math standard from 75.1% to 80%.
      • Goal 2 – Continue to meet or exceed the OAKS State standard in Math by grade level.
    • 24. Strategies for Math Goals School-wide OAKS Testing Coordinator MIM Data Training for school & Teachers to assist in Curriculum decisions Implement SPS Math Scope & Sequence Clicker Training for Math Teachers Test Preparation Workshops Implementation of Math Power Standards
    • 25. School Culture: PBS/Behavior
      • Goal – Decrease School wide Behavioral referrals by 30%
      • Strategies:
      • Bi-monthly PBS/Behavior Team Meeting
      • Revision of Referral documentation
      • Revision of Briggs Leveled behavioral guidelines
      • School-wide PBS Assembly (September)
      • Daily Announcements of PBS Expectations
      • Daily Tiger reward drawings
      • Briggs school-wide event participation tied to behavior
      • Monthly Analysis of SPS behavior data
    • 26. School Culture: School Structure
      • Goal – Improve student relationships and increase teacher collaboration
      • Strategies
          • Research school structure (Turning Points 2000)
          • Visioning Activities (Magazine Covers)
          • Late Start focus on School Vision and Structure
          • Visit Middle School with higher achievement
          • Professional Conferences & Workshops
          • VADA Configuration
    • 27. School Culture: WEB (Where Everybody Belongs)
      • Goal - Focus on Smooth Transitions for 6th & 8th grade students
      • Strategies
        • 6th grade WEB groups with 8th grade cohort of Leaders
        • WEB Advisor Training for Staff
        • Solicit support from SPS district administration
        • Comprehensive gathering of information from incoming 6th graders
        • Articulated transition process with feeder elementary and high schools
        • Identify at-risk students & develop support plans
    • 28. School Culture: Attendance
      • Goal – Increase Briggs daily Attendance from 92.3% to 94%
      • Strategies:
      • One staff member in charge of Attendance
      • Building Attendance audit of Briggs
      • Visit similar middle schools with higher Attendance
      • Increase Positive Behavior Recognition
      • Monthly analysis of Attendance data – target students
    • 29.
      • All students are working to their academic potential
          • Strong rating on Oregon Report Card
          • Meet AYP in all areas
      • All students are behaving respectfully, safely, and responsibly
      • Staff collaboration
          • Extended instructional time
          • Common planning time
          • Project-based learning opportunities
      • Smooth Middle School transitions
      • Briggs Students have a sense of belonging
      • Increased Daily Connection to school for students
      Briggs Outcomes
    • 30. Briggs Middle School Contact Information: 2355 Yolanda Ave. Springfield, Oregon 97477 (541) 744-6350 http://www.sps.lane.edu/bms/ Brooke Wagner: [email_address] Dennis Gray: [email_address] Joe Hass: [email_address] Kathy McCumsey: [email_address]