Campus Action Plan
Action Plan Goal: By 2011, Henderson Elementary will earn an accountability rating of
Recognized by TEA.
Action Plan Objective: By 2010, seventy Target Group: African American Students
percent of all fifth graders will meet standards
on Science TAKS.
Strategy/ Person(s) Timeline Resources/ Formative
Activity Responsible Estimated Cost Evaluation
1. Provide Jill May 12 weeks Title I funds Improved Scores
afterschool Candi Cox Jan-Apr 2010 Materials- $1000 on formative
science tutorials (Region IV TAKS assessments
for those Francisco Prep Activities) given during the
students who Segovia 12 weeks period.
perform low on Maria Godinez Science Books
assessments Tutor pay $2000
Provide Linda Scroggs- January 2010 Materials $100 Concept
professional Scheduling for color copies Mapping used in
development Professional (Inspiration at least 3 lesson
using Inspiration development Software already plans at each
Software, to Noreen Dooley- installed on grade level
create concept Campus computer lab during Jan-
maps (all Technology stations) March. Improved
faculty). Specialist grades for all
creating the students
training session. (especially in
Coordinate with Linda Scroggs- January-May Title I funds Improved Scores
Texas A&M Henderson 2010 Transportation on Science
Science Professional for field Trips formative
Department, in Development $1200 (buses) assessments
an effort to Specialist given at least
develop Patti Willems- once every three
fieldtrips, guest Bryan ISD weeks.
speakers, and Science
The summative evaluation for Henderson Elementary will be that 70% of all fifth
graders and 70% of each student group meets standards on Science TAKS. In
addition, 3rd and 4th grade students will get 70% or better on science assessments
given during the spring 2010 semester.