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  • 1. MMS School Improvement Initiatives Continuous student achievement 2004/2005 “ FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION”
  • 2. 2004/2005 School Improvement Goals
    • Students will improve understanding and use of algebraic problem solving.
    • Students will improve ability to develop well-written constructed responses across the curriculum.
    • Students will improve ability to read, comprehend and interpret text, tables, charts, and graphs at grade level.
    • Students will improve their ability to understand and reflect on Scientific Knowledge and Geographic Perspectives.
  • 3. Evidence of Need:
      • MEAP Data
      • Authentic Assessments
      • Tests & Quizzes
      • School Improvement Pre and Post tests
      • Teachers observations
      • LASW protocol
  • 4. Research Based Instructional Strategies used in the classroom to meet SI Goals:
    • CMP
    • Marzano Strategies (1-9)
    • Study Island
    • Collins Writing
    • Accelerated Reader
    • Differentiated Instruction
    • Student centered activities
    • Multimedia projects
    • LASW protocols
    • Authentic Assessments
    • Project based learning
    • Higher Order Thinking Skills
    • History Alive
  • 5.
        • Evidence of GOAL met:
        • Goal #1 = Students will improve understanding and use of algebraic problem solving.
        • (8th GRADE MEAP SCORES = %proficient)
        • MMS SCORES STATE AVG
        • 58% 52%
        • 69% 63%
        • 72% (2nd in county) 62%
  • 6. Evidence of GOAL met:
    • Goal #2: Students will improve ability to develop well-written constructed responses across the curriculum
    • (7th GRADE MEAP SCORES=%proficient)
    • MMS SCORES STATE AVG
    • 2003 67% 56%
    • 2004 31% 47%
    • 2005 83% (1st in county) 62%
  • 7. Evidence of GOAL met:
    • Goal #3 = Students will improve their ability to read, comprehend and interpret informational and narrative text
    • Goal #4 = Students will improve their ability to understand and reflect on Scientific Knowledge and Geographic Perspectives
  • 8. Evidence of GOAL met:
    • (8th GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES=%proficient)
    • MMS STATE AVG
    • 2003 37% 33%
    • 2004 25% 29%
    • 2005 31% 30%
    • (8TH GRADE SCIENCE=%proficient)
    • MMS STATE AVG
    • 2003 74% 65%
    • 2004 68% 66%
    • 2005 66% 64%
  • 9. MMS Pre and Post Test Data 2002 - 2005 58% - 61% +2% H.S. 53% - 54% +1% H.S. 8th 61% - 64% +3% 58% - 64% +6% H.S 60% - 70% +10% 60% - 68% +8% H.S. 7th/8th 53% - 62% +9% 50% - 55% +5% 50% - 63% +13% 54% - 61% +7% 53% - 61% +8 % 54% - 76% +21% 6th/7th/8th 55% - 66% +11% 42% - 59% +17% 61% - 65% +4% 47% - 63% +16% 6th/7th 46% - 59% +15% 50% - 58% +8% 6th Average Score and % of Improvement Informational Test - Goal #1, #3, #4: 02/03 03/04 04/05 Average Score and % of Improvement Constructed Response - Goal #2: 02/03 03/04 04/05 Grade
  • 10. 2005/2006 MMS Improvement Goals:
    • 1) Students will improve their ability to think critically by using algebraic and geometric problem solving.
    • 2) Students will improve reading for understanding by using details from informational text to construct and support meaning as it relates to experiences in their own world.
    • Students will improve their ability to interpret charts, graphs and tables in historical and civic perspectives.
    • Students will improve their ability to reflect on and use Life, Earth and Physical Science Knowledge.
  • 11. Evidence of Need for Goal #1 Mathematics
    • (Results from 2005 MEAP)
    • Benchmark V.1.MS.1 = “Connecting area model to algebraic expression”
    • State Avg = 24.6% MMS Avg = 18.0%
    • Benchmark II.2.MS.3 = “Locating result of rotation of triangle in geometry"
    • State Ave = 19.1% MMS Avg = 16.0%
  • 12. Evidence of Need for Goal #2 ELA/Reading and Writing
    • (Results from 2005)
    • Benchmark 3.5 “Reading for Understanding Within-text items. Meaning and Communication – Using details from informational text to construct and support meaning.”
    • State Avg – 48.3 % MMS – 39.7%
    • Benchmark 10.1 “Reading for Understanding Within-text items. Ideas in Action – Generalizing from key ideas in informational text to own world.”
    • State Avg – 50.4 % MMS – 45.2%
  • 13. Evidence of Need for Goal #3 Social Studies
    • (Results from 2005 MEAP)
    • Benchmark = V.1MS.3 - “Selecting the appropriate title for a bar graph”
    • State Avg - 30.3% MMS Avg - 25%
    • Benchmark = III.1.MS.1 - “Identifying a CDV illustrating the Common Good”
    • State Avg - 41.% MMS Avg - 38.2%
  • 14. Evidence of Need for Goal #4 Science
    • (Results from the 2005 MEAP)
    • Benchmark II.1.MS.1: Reflecting on Scientific Knowledge – recognizing an alternative explanation for observed phenomena.
    • State Avg – 44.6% MMS Avg – 38.6%
    • Benchmark III.5.MS.3: Using Life Science Knowledge – Organization of living things, photosynthesis.
    • State Avg – 65.2% MMS Avg – 59.2%
    • Benchmark IV.3.MS.2: Using Physical Science Knowledge – Motion of objects, effects of gravity and bouyancy.
    • State Avg – 53.3% MMS Avg – 49.3%
    • Benchmark V.1.MS.2: Using Earth Science Knowledge – Geosphere, identifying erosional processes, rock types and fossils.
    • State Avg – 58.9% MMS Avg – 50.7%
  • 15. Process to Meet Goals:
    • CFG – Professional Development
    • Grade Level Teaming Time
    • Implementation of research based strategies and LASW protocols
    • Review, revise and evaluate S.I. Grade level tests to reflect new goals.
  • 16. We Will Make AYP!! Celebrate Academic Excellence and Student Achievement!!