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Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
Bw state of school 2013 14 updated
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Mrs. King's State of the School Address for 2013

Mrs. King's State of the School Address for 2013

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  • 1. 2013-2014 State of the School Broadus Wood Elementary School Presented by Kendra Core King, Principal September 10, 2013 “A Special World”
  • 2. Albemarle County Public Schools Vision: All learners believe in their power to embrace learning, to excel, and to own their future. Mission: To establish a community of learners and learning, through relationships, relevance, and rigor, one student at a time.
  • 3. 2013-2014 Demographic Information • Male: 51% • Female: 49% • Hispanic: 5.2% • American Indian: .9 • Asian: 2.3% • Multi-Racial: 5.2% • White: 86.4% • Students w/Disabilities: 6% • LEP: 3% • Gifted: 6% Total Students : 311 (K-5)
  • 4. Grade Level Distribution 44 63 4854 46 51 Kindergarten FirstGrade Second Grade Third Grade FourthGrade FifthGrade
  • 5. Class Sizes Grade Level Average Number of Students Kindergarten 15 First Grade 21 Second Grade 16 R/M Third Grade 18 Fourth Grade 15 Fifth Grade 18
  • 6. 2013-2014 Faculty and Staff • 28 Certified Teachers • 6 Teacher Assistants • 2 Office Associates • 3 Child Nutrition • 3 Custodial Engineers • 1 School Nurse, Speech Pathologist, ESOL and Occupational Therapist, Principal • 2 Instructional Coaches Males: 14% Females: 86% 86% Caucasian and 14% African American
  • 7. Faculty and Staff Demographics Description Total Teacher FTE’s 23.84 Retirements Transferred Out Attrition New Faculty New Classified Staff 4 1 2 Classified Staff 10 2 Teaching Experience 2013-14 Range 0-35 years
  • 8. New Faces for 2013-2014 Virgena McClanahan Guidance Counselor Kelly-Ann Williams Kindergarten Jane McBrian Kindergarten TA Rosamond Vaughan Kindergarten Naomi Wells First Grade TA Brittany Lindemann PE
  • 9. New Faces for 2013-2014 Allison Mundie First Grade Deborah Johnson Second Grade Erin Hairston Fourth Grade Taryn Johnson Third Grade Nancy Mayer GRT/Second GradeDeb Morris Intervention Specialist
  • 10. Let’s Take a Look Back
  • 11. 2013 SOL Pass Rates Math % Reading % Student Group Pass Pass BW 3 Division 3 55 57 73 71 BW 4 Division 4 73 77 58 70 BW 5 Division 5 53 69 73 75
  • 12. 2013 SOL Pass Rate Science % Social Studies/ VA Studies % Writin g Student Group Pass Pass Pass BW 3 Division 3 79 79 82 80 BW 5 Division 5 71 76 84 86 71 77
  • 13. Academic Performance 84 84 89 73 8990 62 83 72 83 68 60 71 83 75 Reading Math Writing History Science Virginia SOLs 2011 2012 2013
  • 14. Let’s Look at What is Happening Now…
  • 15. Instructional Anchors • Framework for Quality Learning (FQL) • Lifelong Learner Standards (LLLs) • Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) • SPARK Lessons • School Improvement Plan
  • 16. School Improvement Plan Underdevelopment •Three Goals- –Student Center; Climate/Culture; and Professional Development •Supported by Data •Developed collaboratively •Quarterly Review of Progress
  • 17. School Improvement Plan Tentative Goals: • Increase students’ problem solving and reasoning skills through engagement in problem/passion based learning (PBL) activities; • Support safe and effective learning environments through school-wide use of Responsive Classroom; and • Support Teachers through Professional Development
  • 18. Comfort and Choice • Library • Cafeteria
  • 19. Comfort and Choice • SPARKLab • Stage
  • 20. Communications • BWES related websites: – http://www2.k12albemarle.org/school/bwes/Pages/default.aspx – Twitter feeds: – ACPS: www.twitter.com/k12albemarle • Mrs. King’s Phone and Email Messages • King’s Coffee: – Oct. 11, Dec. 13, Feb. 7, and April 25 • School, Principal and Faculty webpages
  • 21. Have a Wonderful Year!

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