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S.T.A.R. Summer     Institute 2012“Reaching For The S.T.A.R.s”
S.T.A.R. Summer Institute EventsDay 1 – July 31st                                           Day 2 – August 1st            ...
S.T.A.R. Support TeamREGAN           AdminCOPELAND• COORDINATOR           LAURA                                       Coac...
Elementary S.T.A.R. OverviewSites•   Andrew Robinson        •   Martin Luther King•   Beauclerc              •   Oak Hill•...
Elementary S.T.A.R. Overview            GoalProvide students who are two or  more years overage and lowperforming with the...
DATA AND STATISTICS STAR 2011-12 Results                        7
Elementary S.T.A.R. OverviewOverage Statistics   2010-11 Statistics               2011-12 Statistics• 9,478 (32.6%) of ele...
Elementary S.T.A.R. OverviewGoals and Accountability 2011-12                                 Increase academic  Increase s...
Goals and                               Increase student advocacy with an additional part-                               t...
DEFINING THE UPCOMING     SCHOOL YEARSTAR 2012-13 Summation                         11
Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearTarget Population• STAR is designed to target students that are 2  or more years over...
Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearCurriculum Changes       RETURNING                  NEW•   EnVisions          •   Do ...
Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearCurriculum Guide             Reading                      Writing                    ...
Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearExpectations of Full Fidelity                                                        ...
Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearClassroom Support  Additional Support     Continued Support• Janet Brown –        • R...
Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearWhen to Call a Student Advocate… • When you need assistance with behavior interventio...
Additional Resources  • STAR   • Standards-      • Accelerated     • DJJ schools             Based             Learning   ...
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  1. 1. S.T.A.R. Summer Institute 2012“Reaching For The S.T.A.R.s”
  2. 2. S.T.A.R. Summer Institute EventsDay 1 – July 31st Day 2 – August 1st Day 3 – August 2nd • Program Overview • Corrective Reading • Corrective Reading • Data Chat Training Training continued • Breakout Sessions • Reading • Reading for New and Development Development Returning Teachers (Returning 2/3) (New 2/3, 4/5) • Create our first • Math • Math Professional Development Development Learning (Returning 2/3) (New 2/3, 4/5) Community • Incorporating • Mentors Technology within the Classroom 3
  3. 3. S.T.A.R. Support TeamREGAN AdminCOPELAND• COORDINATOR LAURA Coaches CAMPBELLASHLEY BARR • LITERACY ANGELA Advocates• DATA WALL MANAGER RAE CHUNG JOANNE Test Administrators • MATH DENISE WESTHOFFLAURIEJOHNSON SWEAT LAURIE JANET BOURDON• ADMIN BROWN ASSISTANT • MATH & SUSIE LITERACY MARSHALL BETTY JESSICA BENTLEY COPPAGE • TECHNOLOGY 4
  4. 4. Elementary S.T.A.R. OverviewSites• Andrew Robinson • Martin Luther King• Beauclerc • Oak Hill• Chimney Lakes • Oceanway• Crystal Springs • Pickett• Hyde Grove • Rufus Payne• Jacksonville Heights • Sadie Tillis• Joseph Finegan • West Riverside• Mandarin Oaks 5
  5. 5. Elementary S.T.A.R. Overview GoalProvide students who are two or more years overage and lowperforming with the opportunityto remediate and achieve grade level proficiency. 6
  6. 6. DATA AND STATISTICS STAR 2011-12 Results 7
  7. 7. Elementary S.T.A.R. OverviewOverage Statistics 2010-11 Statistics 2011-12 Statistics• 9,478 (32.6%) of elementary • 12,801 (44.7%) of elementary students were not proficient students were not proficient on the Reading FCAT on the Reading FCAT• 3,055 students were retained • 5,258 students were retained this year this year• 13,183 students were overage • 13,355 students were overage in 2010-2011 in 2011-2012 Years Overage # Students Years Overage # Students 1 Year 11,023 1 Year 11,443 2 Years 1,961 2 Years 1,761 3 Years 182 3 Years 141 4 Years 17 4 Years 10 8
  8. 8. Elementary S.T.A.R. OverviewGoals and Accountability 2011-12 Increase academic Increase student coaching to support advocacy with an instruction and additional part-time fidelity of advocate to help implementation with individual case within S.T.A.R. management classrooms Increase academic Increase technology performance of integration to S.T.A.R. students compared to students engage more of a like population students in the that did not participate learning process in S.T.A.R., as measured by the FCAT 9
  9. 9. Goals and Increase student advocacy with an additional part- time advocate to help with individual case District Strategic Plan Strategies management Accountability Strategy 1.A: Provide additional support for all low performing •Edelman Funded Initiatives: Provided individual and small group counseling and/or mentoring to 65 students who students in all schools. S.T.A.R. teachers identified as needing behavioral, social, Strategy 2.C: Increase effective academic interventions and and or emotional support on a weekly or bi-weekly basis safety net programs. District Strategic Plan StrategiesIncrease technology integration to engage more Strategy 1.C: Increase the use of effective instructionalstudents in the learning process practices, including diversity and differentiation, in literacy,•Edelman Funded Initiatives: Edelman funds placed a mathematics, and science leading to gains in student technology specialist in our schools to help support best practice with the use of available curriculum and technology achievement. to enhance students’ learning and engagement Strategy 2.C: Increase effective academic interventions and safety net programs Strategy 1.A: Provide additional support for all low performing students in all schools Increase academic coaching to support instruction and fidelity of implementation within S.T.A.R. District Strategic Plan Strategies classrooms Strategy 1.C: Increase the use of effective instructional •Edelman Funded Initiatives: The funds allowed us to offer multiple practices, including diversity and differentiation, in opportunities to engage S.T.A.R. teachers in professional development throughout the year that contributed to the increased literacy, mathematics, and science leading to gains in fidelity of our program. Specifically: student achievement. •Summer Institute - Gave a venue for intense three day training that included specific professional development from a program Strategy 2.C: Increase effective academic interventions consultant and curriculum specialists targeted for our special and safety net programs population. •Quarterly Professional Development - Addressed teacher/student Strategy 3.C: Strengthen professional development to specific needs, analyzed performance data, summarized trends meet the needs of instructional staffs, school-based and from site visits and reinforced best practice. District leaders.Increase academic performance of S.T.A.R. studentscompared to students of a like population that didnot participate in S.T.A.R., as measured by the FCAT District Strategic Plan Strategies•Edelman Funded Initiatives: The newly added support positions and prescriptive professional development Strategy 2.C: Increase effective academic interventions and contributed to our students’ academic performance. Career safety net programs. and collegiate-oriented field trips helped students draw connections between the relevance of their academic 10 success and their future.
  10. 10. DEFINING THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEARSTAR 2012-13 Summation 11
  11. 11. Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearTarget Population• STAR is designed to target students that are 2 or more years overage as defined by the Multiple Pathways Overage Formula. • Formula is based on September 1st grade placement.• Curriculum is set to target low performing students and build foundational skills. 12
  12. 12. Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearCurriculum Changes RETURNING NEW• EnVisions • Do the Math• Houghton Mifflin • Math Libraries• SOAR to Success • Interactive Read• REACH Higher Alouds• Compass Odyssey • Corrective Reading in• Number Worlds some 4th/5th classrooms 13
  13. 13. Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearCurriculum Guide Reading Writing Math Science Social Studies REACH Higher: Decoding, EnVision/Math Comprehension, Ind. REACH Higher - Investigations (Core), REACH Higher - REACH Higher - Reading/Compass Reasoning/Writing/Vocab Number Worlds, Do The Comprehension small Comprehension small2nd Odyssey, Interactive ulary Math, Math Navigator, group group Read Alouds (30-45 minutes) and Compass Odyssey (30 minutes)* (30 minutes)* (150 minutes) (120 minutes) REACH Higher: Decoding, EnVision/Math Comprehension, Ind. REACH Higher - Investigations (Core), Core Curriculum and Core Curriculum and Reading/Compass Reasoning/Writing/Vocab Number Worlds, Do The Compass Odyssey - Small Compass Odyssey - Small3rd Odyssey, Interactive ulary Math, Math Navigator and groups groups Read Alouds (30-45 minutes) Compass Odyssey (30 minutes)* (30 minutes)* (150 minutes) (120 minutes) Houghton Mifflin, (REACH EnVision/Math Core Curriculum, Core Curriculum, Houghton Mifflin or Higher), Soar to Success, Investigations (Core), Do Compass Odyssey, Compass Odyssey, various school-based4th Compass Odyssey, The Math, Number Worlds independent/group work independent/group work resources Interactive Read Alouds, and Compass Odyssey - Small groups - Small groups (40 minutes) (110 minutes) (105 minutes) (60 minute rotation) (60 minute rotation) Houghton Mifflin, (REACH EnVision/Math Core Curriculum, Core Curriculum, Houghton Mifflin or Higher), Soar to Success, Investigations (Core), Do Compass Odyssey, Compass Odyssey, various school-based5th Compass Odyssey, The Math, Number Worlds independent/group work independent/group work resources Interactive Read Alouds and Compass Odyssey - Small groups - Small groups (40 minutes) (110 minutes) (105 minutes) (60 minutes) (60 minutes) 14
  14. 14. Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearExpectations of Full Fidelity Expectations in place Implementation of STAR Model •Effectively implementing the STAR Model during the reading within the reading block blockImplementation of Compass Odyssey •Reports show expectations are on target for completion of the Reading required curriculum •Teacher and Para are trained; all components are fully REACH Higher: 2/3 implemented Soar to Success: 4/5 •Para is trained; Soar to Success is fully implemented Implementation of STAR Model •Effectively implementing the STAR Model during the math block within the math blockImplementation of Compass Odyssey •Reports show expectations are on target for completion of the Math required curriculum Implementation of Do The Math •Para is trained and fully implementing the supplemental program (Number Worlds) program within a small group setting on a daily basis Professional Development •Has attended three or more STAR professional development Participation trainings 15
  15. 15. Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearClassroom Support Additional Support Continued Support• Janet Brown – • Regan Copeland – STAR Coordinator Literacy and Math • Angela Wall – Student Advocacy Coach • Laura Campbell – Literacy Coach • Rae Chung – Math Coach • Denise Sweat – Student Advocacy • Jessica Coppage – Technology Integration • Full Time Paraprofessional 16
  16. 16. Elementary S.T.A.R. Defining the YearWhen to Call a Student Advocate… • When you need assistance with behavior interventions or classroom management • A student has withdrawn or been added to your class • A student shows multiple signs of neglect • You need assistance with RTI documentation or meetings • When you need assistance with parent conferences for behavior or academics • A student critically needs a mentor or buddy • When you have referred students with attendance problems to your guidance counselor but need additional support with parents and or attendance officers 17
  17. 17. Additional Resources • STAR • Standards- • Accelerated • DJJ schools Based Learning • Drop Back In Promotion Centers (ALC) Academy (DBI) • Middle Grades • Graduation • Duval Virtual STAR Initiative Instruction • Weldon • Performance- Academy Academy Based • School For the Diploma Future 18

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