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Presentation is the result of final SACS accreditation for AUTEC School in March 2012. This accreditation is renewed until 2017.

Presentation is the result of final SACS accreditation for AUTEC School in March 2012. This accreditation is renewed until 2017.

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    • We are Super Stingrays . . .And we have lots to tell you about us!
    • We have a vision . . .All stakeholders in AUTEC School will striveto achieve excellence in . . .Academics: rigorous, real-life curriculum, critical thinking, technology integration, highest achievementUnderstanding: personal accountability and health, cultures, social skills, democratic idealsTeaching Force: talent, dedication, competence, caringEnvironment: conscientiousness, conservation, safety, actionContribution: family, friends, community, worldAt AUTEC School, our vision of the foundations for lifelonglearning is in our very name.
    • We have a mission . . .The mission of AUTEC School is to prepare each child tomeet the challenges of a global environment by creating alearning community, in partnership with parents and otherstakeholders, which will ensure development of necessaryskills, knowledge, and character traits.
    • We have special characteristics . . .. . . 29 students in grades K-8. . . 2 online high school programs with 10 students. . . 5 classes, each with multiple grades. . . 62% boys and 38% girls. . . 73% American descent and 27% Bahamian descent. . . 5 Classroom teachers, 1 PE teacher, 1 Art teacher, 1 Library/media specialist, 1 Administrative assistant, 1 Principal. . . 50% of our teachers have more than 10 years of teaching experience and a Master’s degree or higher. . . And we live on a naval detachment on an islandin the Bahamas!
    • We have high achievement . . . MAP School-Wide Score Trends (based on national percentiles) AUTEC School 2008-2011 75 70 65 60National Percentiles 55 Math 50 Reading Language 45 40 35 30 25 F 2008 Spr 2009 F 2009 Spr 2010 F 2010 Spr 2011 Testing Dates
    • . . . in Language Arts MAP School-Wide LANGUAGE Score Trends AUTEC School 2008-2011 75 70 65 60National Percentile 55 53.4 53.7 50 45 44.3 43.5 43.7 40 38.5 35 30 25 F 2008 Spr 2009 F 2009 Spr 2010 F 2010 Spr 2011 Testing Dates
    • . . . in Reading MAP School-Wide READING Score Trends AUTEC School 75 2008-2011 70 65 60 National Percentiles 55 55.4 50 50.3 49.3 45 45.9 43.2 43 40 35 30 25 F 2008 Spr 2009 F 2009 Spr 2010 F 2010 Spr 2011 Testing Dates
    • . . . and we are working on Math! MAP School-Wide MATH Score Trends AUTEC School 2008-2011 75 70 65 60 55 53.7National Percentile 51.6 50 49.3 46 46.1 45 42.8 40 35 30 25 F 2008 Spr 2009 F 2009 Spr 2010 F 2010 Spr 2011 Testing Dates
    • We have outstanding programs andopportunities . . .Such as . . .
    • Positive Behavior Support and Bullying Prevention
    • After School Enrichment Activities
    • Student of the MonthSponsored by the AUTECAmerican Legion China Post
    • READ ME MONTH “Seuss-In” andGreen Eggs and Ham Breakfast
    • ScienceWednesdays
    • SpecialGuests
    • Field Trips
    • Summer Reading Program Sponsored by the U.S. Navy MWR
    • Memorial Day Speech Contest Morning Flag-raising Table for One Bike Safety Training with the AUTEC Fire Dept.Project-based Learning 2008 Presidential Election
    • Junk-a-noo!Fire Prevention Fresh Creek Clean UpHelp for Haiti NUWC Submersible Project
    • Graduation & Awards Ceremony
    • We have challenges . . .. . . involvement in our school by ALL parents when parentshave to work (Standards 1 and 6). . . ways to promote broader understanding of our VISION(Standard 1). . . more diverse professional development for teachers,especially in data analysis and peer observation/interactionbeyond AUTEC School (Standards 2, 3, and 6). . . few students means limited extracurricular activities(Standard 3). . . difficulty recruiting new teachers and staff turnover due tolimited base resources (Standard 5). . . no counseling services for students (Standard 5). . . word travels FAST in our small, close-knit community, soour communication has to be frequent, timely andaccurate (Standard 6)
    • We have made improvements . . . IN VISION AND PURPOSE  First school vision developed by all stakeholders  Positive behavior support program designed to fit specific school needs and implementedIN GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP Revision and development of an electronic staff handbook Bullying prevention training for all stakeholders and program integration into behavior support
    • We have made improvements . . .IN TEACHING AND LEARNING After school enrichment programs Addition of a Part-time Visual and Performing Arts Teacher Achievement has risen from 42% of all students combined scoring above the 50th percentile in June 2008 to 59%, 67% and 63% students above the 50th percentile in Math, Reading, and Language Arts in May 2011 Training as a PLC and use of instructional walk-throughs for staff development Teacher collaboration across grade levels and subject areas at an all- time high
    • We have made improvements . . . IN DOCUMENTING AND USING RESULTS  Absences from 493 (June 2008) to 326 (June 2011), attendance rate up by almost 34%  Inventories in library and throughout school organized and accurate for more efficient use of resourcesIN RESOURCES AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS Library space and collection renovated Accomplishment of all but one step in the previous 5-year Technology Plan Transparent budget allocation process developed
    • We have made improvements . . .IN STAKEHOLDER COMMUNICATIONSAND RELATIONSHIPS On a 5-point scale, parent survey results increased from 4.06 in June 2008 to 4.74 in January 2012 Community partnerships formed, such as the Navy Mentor Program and Student of the Month with the American Legion China Post School website developed Standards-based report card designed by staff members with parent feedback IN COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT School improvement plan reviewed and revised regularly—at least 3 times per year
    • We have the desire to continually growand improve . . .
    • We have YOU to help us!