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  • 1.
    • Alana M. Cumpston
    Jack Franscioni Elementary School Academic Success is Non-negotiable
  • 2. API Growth (2006-2009) 61 points in 4 years 727 API Growth(2006 – 2010)
  • 3. AYP – ELA % proficient/advanced
  • 4. AYP - Math % Proficient / Advanced
  • 5. AYP - ELA Learning Gap
  • 6. AYP - Math Learning Gap
  • 7. English Learners % Proficient / Advanced ELA Math 23% increase 6% Decrease 6% decrease
  • 8. English Learners - CELDT
    • ELD: 30minutes daily
    • RTI in phonics, comprehension and fluency
    • Use of frontloading, SDAIE, TAPPLE, and GLAD strategies
    • Unit test given according to curriculum guide
    • SpEd students – pullout/push-in small group support
  • 9. ELA Movement % of Students
  • 10. ELA Movement Number of Students
  • 11. Math Movement % of Students
  • 12. Math Movement Number of Students
  • 13. % Pro/Adv in ELA & Math by Grade Level
  • 14.
    • Focus on Explicit Direct Instruction
    • Focus on Data Driven Instruction
    • Focus on Accelerated Reader, Read Naturally,
    • Study Island and So Simple
    • Focus on TAPPLE Strategies
    • Teaching to Mastery: Five question
    • quizzes after standard taught
    • RTI for below benchmark students
    • Post-It Charts by Grade Level
    • Data Walls in Classroom (student-centered)
    • and Data Room (grade-level centered)
    • High Expectations for everyone – teachers
    • and students!
    Jack Franscioni School Focus Items…
  • 15. Pyramid of Intervention Intensive Students Leveled by need within grade level; So Simple and Read Naturally, SIPPS (3 rd ) Strategic Students Read Naturally- Students leveled among teachers for correct Read Naturally level, SIPPS (3 rd ) Benchmark Students Read Naturally at grade level
  • 16. This year we need to:
    • Move 96 triple dippers
    • Improve the percentage and
    • number of students in
    • pro/adv categories in
    • 2 nd , 3 rd and 6 th grade
    • Increase pro/adv in all
    • subgroup categories
  • 17. Academic Success is Non-negotiable