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  • Raising Standards For Academic Success Glenn Hills Middle School Faculty Meeting 2008 Glenn H. Andrews, Principal Kimberly Davis, Assistant Principal Gordon Holley, Assistant Principal To provide academic and social development for all students by ensuring a positive experience to better prepare them for success at the high school level. Vision Mission
    • Leadership Standard (1): The principal and school administrators provide leadership that reinforces a commitment to high expectations for student achievement while promoting the school as a true community of learning.
    Raising Standards For Academic Success
    • Leadership Standard (L 4.3) School Leadership Team Data-Driven
    Raising Standards For Academic Success
    • Planning & Organization Standard (1): A current school vision and mission are the basis for all aspects of continuous improvement.
    • All stakeholders within the learning community have achieved consensus regarding their shared sense of vision and mission, which serves as the basis for all facets of the continuous improvement process.
  • Framework Assessment Data Results & Review Gordon Holley, Assistant Principal
  • Student Retention Data Summary & Review Glenn H. Andrews, Principal Gordon Holley, Assistant Principal Darryl Dunn, Graduation Coach
    • Assessment Standard (1): A cohesive and comprehensive system is in place to ensure that all administrators and instructional personnel use assessment data to design and adjust instruction to maximize student achievement.
    Raising Standards For Academic Success
  • Variables Affecting Graduation Rates Ethnicity Social Economic Demographics # of Retention # Passed CRCT/Failed Content # Passed Content/Failed CRCT # of Elementary School Attended # of Absences Variables Affecting Graduation Rates Ethnicity # of Retentions Ages # Failed CRCT/Passed Content # Failed Content/Passed CRCT # of Absences Variables Affecting Graduation Rates Ethnicity # of Retentions Prior to 9 th Grade Ages @ Ninth Grade Failed EOCT Feeder Patterns Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3
  • Retention Data
    • 128 Student were retained prior to middle school.
    • 103 retained students receive free lunch 80%
    • 7 retained students receive reduced lunch 6%
    • 18 retained students pay for lunch 14%
    • 46 8th grade students
    • 41 7th grade students
    • 41 6th grade students
  • Retention Data
    • 78 Black Males 61%
    • 4 White Males 3%
    • 44 Black Females 34%
    • 2 White Females 1.5%
    • 2 Hispanic Females 1.5 %
    • 1 Asian Female .78%
  • Retention Data
    • 73 passed the CRCT for three years in a row 57%
    • 6th through 8th grade Lexile scores 665-1100
    • 23 600-699
    • 30 700-799
    • 21 800-899
    • 16 900-999
    • 1 1000-1099
    • 3 1100+
  • Student w/Disabilities Summary Report
    • Student body 704
    • SWD 66
    • 66/704*100= 9.375 % of the student body is SWD
    • # of Students who have been retained 128
    • % of student body 18.18 %
    • # of retained students who are SWD = 21
    • % of SWDS retained 21/66*100 31.81%
    • SLD 6 OHI 3 MIID 3 EBD 7 AUT 2
  • Retention Summary
    • Majority of students were retained once or twice
    • They were retained in 1st through 3rd grade mostly
    • The biggest trend was the higher the number of elementary schools students attended the higher chance of retention.
    • Students attended 3-6 schools on average.
  • Discipline Referral Review Glenn H. Andrews, Principal Gordon Holley, Assistant Principal
  • Discipline Referrals to date
  • Problem Behavior Report
  • Referrals by Grade Level
  • Location of Referrals
  • Triangle
  • Student Attendance
    • 08/11/2008 through 10/18/2008
    • Attendance Frequency:
    • Full-day Absent Half-day Absent Tardy
    • Number % Total Number % Total Number % Total
    • Monday 177 17.4 1 2.3 135 22.8
    • Tuesday 217 21.4 6 13.9 135 22.8
    • Wednesday 196 19.3 18 41.8 111 18.7
    • Thursday 180 17.7 17 39.5 107 18.1
    • Friday 243 23.9 1 2.3 103 17.4
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    • Totals 1,013 100.0 43 100.0 591 100.0
  • Number of Students with Absences
    • # Days Absent Tardy
    • 1.0 154 124
    • 2.0 92 52
    • 3.0 39 27
    • 4.0 38 13
    • 5.0 22 9
    • 6.0 8 8
    • 7.0 2 4
    • 8.0 8 2
    • 9.0 1 3
    • 10.0 5 none
    • 11.0 1 1
    • 12.0 2 2
    • 16.0 1 1
    • 17.0 1 none
    • 20.0 1 none
    • 25.0 1 none
  • Protocols Glenn H. Andrews, Principal Kimberly Davis, Assistant Principal Grade Level Teams Glenn Hills Middle School
  • Pyramids of Intervention Protocols Gordon Holley, Assistant Principal
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  • Raising Standard Rollout Instructional Framework Kimberly Davis, Assistant Principal Elizabeth Arnette, ELA Coach Larina Thomas, Math Coach
  • Team Sick Personal Professional Staff Development Total Clemson 10 3 4 4.5 21.5 GA Southern 6 9.5 15.5 Augusta State 43 4 47 SC State 16 2 6 24 Paine 11.5 2 6.5 20 Tuskegee 5 1 5 11 GA Tech 5.5 4 2 5 16.5 UGA 9 2.5 11.5 U of Tennessee 5 3 2 7.5 17.5 Connections 26.5 7 2 4 39.5 Total 137 20 12 53.5 224.75
  • 15% of total student population made the (A) or (AB) honor roll. Grade Level Total # of Students Total # of Honor Students % of Totals 6 th Grade 226 Students 38 Students 17% 7 th Grade 216 Students 30 Students 14% 8 th Grade 264 Students 39 Students 15% Totals 706 Students 107 Students 15%
  • Compromising Excellence Is Not An Option! Teams Names Number of F’s Clemson University 15 Total Georgia Southern 19 Total Paine College 17 Total SC State University 31 Total Augusta State 42 Total Tuskegee University 71 Total Univ. of Tennessee 42 Total Georgia Tech. 11 Total University of Georgia 52 Total
  • 42% of total student population has one or more (F)’s for the first nine weeks grading period. Compromising Excellence Is Not An Option! Grade Levels Total # of Students Total # of Failures % of Totals 6 th Grade 226 51 Total 22% 7 th Grade 216 144 Total 67% 8 th Grade 264 105 Total 38% Totals 706 300 42%
  • SPED FAILURE LIST-1 st Nine Weeks GRADE TEAM LAST NAME   LANG ARTS MATH SCIENCE S. S. Total 6 Student 1   X X X ( 40%) x 4 6 Student 2         (50%) x 1                                 7 Student 3     X X (35%)   2 7 Student 4   X x X ( 35%) X 4 7 Student 5     X X ( 65%)   2 7 Student 6   X   X (90%)   2 7 Student 7     X   ( 25%) X 2 7 Student 8   X       1 7 Student 9   X X   (15%) X 3 7 Student 10   X       1 7 Student 11     X X (75%)   2 7 Student 12       X (45%)   1                 8 Student 13     X     1 8 Student 14   X     X 2 8 Student 15         X 1 8 Student 16   X       1
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  • Evaluation & Documentation Professional Growth Plans Glenn H. Andrews, Principal Kimberly Davis, Assistant principal