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    • Welcome To Firestone High School “Success is Our Tradition” Campus For: Academic ExcellenceMagnet Programs:International Baccalaureate andVisual & Performing Arts
    • Using our SIP Plan and HSTWto increase student achievement. Educational Leader: LaVonne Humphrey The SIP Committee and the HSTW Contact, Christopher Pashke
    • Firestone SIP Items To Be Addressed in 2002-2005 Freshmen Retention Identifying “At Risk Students” Four Major Subject Breakdown Grade Summaries Ethnicity and Gender Breakdowns Minority Achievement
    • Use of Access and School Information System Programs for Data Identified Failure Students Identified Possible Retained Students Meetings with Parents and Students Print outs for Staff Print outs for Administration Identify Restart Students for Math and English
    • New Programs CBI Informational Technology Pre-Engineering Intervention Program Colleague Planning Firestone Educational Strategy
    • High Schools That Work Key Practices1. High Expectations Firestone has always held high expectations.2. Challenging Career & Technical Studies Focus 2003-2004 (IT, PLTW)3. Challenging Academic Studies (IB Program and AP Program)4. Challenging Program of Study with an Academic Core or Major5. Work-Based Learning (CBI, CBE, ME, IT, PLTW)
    • High Schools That Work Key Practices6. Teachers Working Together Focus 2004-2005 (Colleague Planning) and Litchfield In-services7. Students Actively Engaged8. Strong Guidance and Advisement System Focus 2003-2004 (Mentoring Program) and New Advisor/Advisee9. Extra Help Focus 2003-2005 (Lunch, Before and After School Intervention)10. Keeping Score Focus 2003-2005 (Data and Knowledge Driven Decisions)
    • Curriculum and Instruction  International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, Honors Programs  Classroom Bell Work  Carnegie and Plato Learning Systems  ACT/SAT Prep Course  CBI, IT, PLTW Programs
    • Curriculum and Instruction  Lunch Time Intervention  OPT and Class work Tutoring  Senior Term Papers  Oral Presentations and Research Projects Across the Curriculum  Senior Portfolio  School Notes
    • Curriculum and Instruction  Short Answer and Extended Response  Site Based Employment  Special Education  Standard Subject Vocabulary  Summer Reading Program  Computer Learning Center
    • Curriculum and Instruction  Summer Reading Assessment  Syllabi  Traditional Algebra  WIA  Writing Rubric  Smart Boards
    • Evaluation Nine Weeks Assessments Attendance District Report Card Firestone Report Card Freshmen Retention Rate Individual Teacher Breakdowns
    • Evaluation OPT/OGT OGT Item Analysis HSTW Assessment Peer Coaching Firestone Access Data Program School Notes Progress Report Pick-Up
    • Guidance and Public Information After School, Before School and Lunch Intervention Freshmen Mentoring Freshmen Orientation and Falcon Friend’s Orientation ISS Tutoring JOG
    • Guidance and Public Information Open House and Other Community Events Peer Mediation Handbook Analysis Daily Planners Visits to and Meetings with Middle School
    • Staff Development Curriculum Conventions HSTW National Conventions HSTW Staff Survey Literacy Across the Curriculum Numeracy Across the Curriculum School Notes Smart Boards
    • Staff Development Standards and Assessments Standards In-service Short Answer and Extended Response In-service Turn It In Website Bell Work
    • Continued Support Needed Professional Development time during the regular work day Staff Development Travel for staff to learn new instructional strategies and new practices Support of HSTW Activities Funding for Technological Improvements Limit Staff Reduction