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Cves State Of School Overview Presentation Final With Sept Itbs Included

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State of the School Address 2-2010

State of the School Address 2-2010

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  • Discuss where Creek View is located in Fulton County. It’s a large elementary school.
  • All tests include Math, Reading and Language Arts in First and Second grades, and Math, Reading, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies in grades 3-5. As shown by the data, Creek View students perform better than the Fulton County and Georgia on 2009 CRCT tests.
  • Pause to let partners or tables discuss. Call on a few to share.
  • While we have 96% of our student population meeting and exceeding standards on the Reading/ Language Arts CRCT, we are lagging behind other elementary schools in the area.
  • While we have 92% of our student population meeting and exceeding standards on the Math CRCT, we are lagging behind other elementary schools in this area as well.
  • What trends or patterns do you observe for Reading/ Language Arts?
  • What trends or patterns do you observe for Math? We’ve looked at Math and Reading/Language Arts scores separately, so lets compare them.
  • After looking at this graph, we can see that we have more students who did not meet the standards for the 2009 Math CRCT. Let’s use data to drill down and see exactly which student groups are struggling on the Math CRCT.
  • Keep in mind that a student may fall into more than one subgroup category (ie…John Doe could be identified as SEC and economically disadvantaged).
  • Do you think the fluctuation in percentages is statistically significant when analyzing the data over the past three years?
  • Which schools do you think are most applicable for comparison with Creek View? Any observations that you would like to share based on your analysis of this data? This data is useful for our 2nd and 3rd grade staff.
  • Which schools do you think are most applicable for comparison with Creek View? Any observations that you would like to share based on your analysis of this data? This data is useful for our 4th and 5th grade staff.
  • What content area and grade level surfaces as a possible concern/area of interest based on this data?

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  • 1. State of the School Address
    Creek View Elementary
    Matt Rogers
    Principal
    2009-2010
  • 2. Our Mission…
    …is to educate
    and inspire
    all students to be
    lifelong learners.
  • 3. Our Leadership Team Mission is…
    …to model and inspire
    high standards and
    values in a
    student centered,
    learning focused
    community.
  • 4. Purpose
    Look at current school data to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses
    Use data and graphs to identify trends and patterns in student achievement
    Help Creek View identify areas to improve upon in the 2009 school year
  • 5. Enrollment Data – Nov. 2009
    967 students
    41 Total Homerooms
    8 – Kindergartens (148)
    8 – First Grades (166)
    8 – Second Grades (162)
    8 – Third Grades (161)
    7 – Fourth Grades (174)
    6 – Fifth Grades (157)
  • 6. Creek View ElementaryStudent population of 967 in 2009
    Student Population
    Student Population
  • 7. Strategic Plan
    Data Disaggregation
    Analysis of Data
    Overall Goals and Objectives Written
    New plan format initiated in the Fall of 2009 includes longitudinal (3 year) indicators or targets of success
  • 8. SIP Objectives/Goals
    Strategic and Specific
    Measurable
    Attainable
    Results-Oriented
    Time-Bound
  • 9. Ongoing Data Collection
    Iowa Test of Basic Skills
    Checkpoints (3X per year)
    Georgia Writing Assessments
    Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests
    Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State-to-State (ACCESS) for English Language Learners (ELLs)
    Criterion-Referenced Curriculum Assessments
    Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS)
    Authentic Assessment Tools
    Scholastic Reading Inventory (Lexile levels)
  • 10. Students Who Met or Exceeded Standards on English Language Arts/ Reading/ Math 2009 CRCT tests
    Percent
    Grade Level
  • 11. How do you think Creek View’s 2009 CRCT scores compare to other elementary schools in our area?
  • % of students who met or exceeded standards on Reading and Language Arts CRCT
  • 22. Percent
    Comparable Elementary Schools Near Creek View
  • 23. Lets take a closer look at the meet and exceeds Reading/ Language Arts CRCT scores for the past three years….
    Percent
    Grade Level
  • 24. Lets take a closer look at the meet and exceeds Math CRCT scores for the past three years….
    Percent
    Grade Level
  • 25. Creek View Elementary’sCRCT scores from 2009
    Percent
    In Reading/ Language Arts 96% of students met or exceeded standards.
    In Math 92.5% of students met or exceeded standards.
    Subject Area
  • 26. Ethnic subgroups of the 36 students (which represent 6.8% of the students in AYP grade levels) who did not meet the 2009 Math CRCT standards
    Number of Students
    Number of students in the Race/ Ethnicity Subgroups
  • 27. The 36 students in AYP grade levels who did not meet the 2009 Math CRCT standards are represented in the program subgroups identified below:
    Number of Students
    Number of student in Program Subgroups
  • 28. Georgia Writing Assessment: Grade 5 2007-09
    Level 2007 2008 2009
    Does Not Meet 6% 9% 7%
    Meets 66% 67% 66%
    Exceeds 28% 24% 27%
    Meet+Exceed 94% 91% 93%
  • 29. Georgia Writing Assessment: Grade 5 - 2009
    Fulton CountyCreek View
    Does Not Meet Expectations 14% 7%
    Meets Expectations 72% 66%
    Exceeds Expectations 14% 27%
  • 30. ITBS – 3rd Grade Fall 2006 – 2009
  • 31. ITBS – 5th GradeFall 2006 – 2009
  • 32. ITBS Fall 2009 ResultsPercentile Rank
     
     
  • 33. Our Four Critical Questions as a Learning Focused Community
    What do we expect our students to know and be able to do?
    How will we know if they have learned it?
    What will we do differently if they don’t?
    What will we do differently if they do?
  • 34. New/Revised At-Risk Support Programs
    Reassessment & Better Alignment of Early Intervention Program to provide instructional support for specific needs
    Academic Intervention Data Collection
    Student performance data shared with Prime Time staff to maximize academic intervention opportunities during PT
    Extended Learning Program
    (Grades 3 and 5 2009-2010)
  • 35. Ongoing Strategic Planning
    Objectives and Targets – Reanalyze data trends and set objectives
    Measurement/Data Collection
    Strategies – Ongoing
  • 36. Continual Improvement…
    Administrative Team
    Leadership Team
    Emerging Leaders: GSU workshops/meetings
    Local School Advisory Council
    PTA Support Programs
    Local Professional Development/Early Release Days: Authentic Assessment, Standards, Instructional Technology and other related topics
    Community Involvement
    Grade Level Articulation/Vertical Teaming
  • 37. In closing,
    Creek View Elementary has a reputation for academic excellence. What can Creek View Elementary do differently during the 2009-10 school year and in the future to continue increasing academic rigor and achievement of all students?