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WI State Colleges
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WI Private Colleges
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• New Wireless System
• New Intel Classroom Lab - 115
• 12 More Mounted LCD projectors in the School
• New Printing System...
Assignments/Lessons
On-Line Forms
Drop Box
BlackBoard
Student E-mail
Wiki’s / Blogs
Updated Calendar
Curriculum
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Collegiality and Professionalism
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Collegiality and Professionalism
•Contract Day – 7:45 a.m.- 3:45 p.m.
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•Support for one another – Mentor...
Collegiality and Professionalism
• Let’s be Sensitive to one another,
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Internet Connectivity
Learn 360
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www.PBS.org
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  1. 1. Forensics: 4 Students earned silver medals, and 3 students earned gold medals at the State Forensics Competition Interact (Rotary): Presented the Jodi White family with $1,000 to offset medical costs and sponsored the 1st annual Minocqua haunted house; which raised $1500 to benefit kids against hunger Student Council: $2,468 raised through Polar Daze donated to the Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund, $1,780 raised at the Mr. T-Bird Pageant donated to the Jodi White Family; Jennifer Bauer was elected the Region 2 Vice President Kim Kargus was named the Region 2 “Advisor of the Year”
  2. 2. FBLA: 9 students competed at the State competition, 3 students attended the National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Brianna Schroeder was voted in as the Region II Vice President, and is on the WI FBLA Executive Board Tammy Woodie was appointed to the WI. FBLA Executive Board and also, “Advisor of the Year” DECA: 5 students earned district championships, 9 students competed at the State competition, 1 student repeated as a State Champion, 7 students qualified for the international competition in Louisville; 6 of which earned awards of excellence at the international level, 2 students placed in the top 20 in the nation Class of 2010 -  2 National Merit Scholarship Winners Wyatt Rassier and Abbott Veldhuizen
  3. 3. Girls’ Tennis- GNC Champions Boys’ Cross Country- GNC Champions Boys’ Track and Field- GNC Champions in Outdoor Meet, 2nd Place Team in the GNC Indoor – 3 State Qualifiers Girls’ Track and Field- 2nd Place Team in the GNC Indoor and Outdoor, 2 State Qualifiers Girl’s Basketball- 2nd Place Team in the GNC Boys’ Swim- 1 State Qualifier Girl’s Basketball- 2nd Place Team in the GNC Coach Kevin FitzPatrick- 2009 USA Track and Field Youth Coaches Association Midwest Zone “Coach of the Year”
  4. 4. School Improvement Goal 1: Support and provide the necessary resources to successfully continue the School Improvement Process. Goal 2: Support instructional and assessment strategies to raise cumulative minority population grade point averages to 2.0 and above (on a 4.0 scale) in all departments. School Climate Goal 3: Implement quality/continuous improvement foundations into organizational processes. This will include the continued implementation of a coordinated professional development model for all employee groups. Continued emphasis will be the integration of social and emotional learning standards in classrooms and other student activities. Goal 4: Continue to improve the LUHS Citizenship and Attendance Plans. This will include the continuation of a Citizenship Committee for feedback to the administration. Insertion of cognitive and “student responsibility” concepts into preventive and remediation processes will be part of this process. Insertion of restorative justice concepts and processes into the Attendance Plan will be included. Board Policies Goal 5: Continue to review all policies and update language and procedures where appropriate. Community Programs and Services Goal 6: Identify and implement effective structures to improve communication among the Board, administration, staff, students, parents, and the community.
  5. 5. 01/29/15 Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005 7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2009-19 WKCE LUHS and STATE COMPARISONS of Proficient and Advanced Scores LUHS STATE LUHS 71.6 55.7 73.4 74 67.5 STATE 76.3 68.3 69.9 71.5 74.7 Reading Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies
  6. 6. 01/29/15 Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005 8 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % Prof.& Advan. 71.6 77.3 84.7 76.4 78.1 LUHS Ashland Hayward Community Shawano Wisconsin Dells 2009-2010 WKCE READING Advanced and Proficient Scores of Several Districts School Size % N.A. LUHS 169 25 Ashland 172 21 Hayward 144 24 Shawano 182 18 Wis. Dells 114 9
  7. 7. 01/29/15 Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005 9 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % Prof.& Advan. 73.4 71.5 68.1 70.3 82.5 LUHS Ashland Hayward Community Shawano Wisconsin Dells 2009-2010 WKCE MATHEMATICS Advanced and Proficient Scores from Several Districts School Size % N.A. LUHS 169 25 Ashland 172 21 Hayward 144 24 Shawano 182 18 Wis. Dells 114 9
  8. 8. 01/29/15 Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005 10 English Mathematics Science Social Studies Percent of Passing Grades for 1st Sem. 2009-10 91% 93% 92% 91% Percent Passing on Local Assessments for 1st Sem. Freshman 77% 74% 71% 58%
  9. 9. Change Accountability Relevance to Rigor Good to Great! Overly Tested/ Under Assessed! 3/6/9 Data points De-Escalate/ not Escalate De-Clutter Change forImprovement Sake! 21st Century Instruction Graduation Rate AYP What’s best for Students! Blended Learning Buy In! Honor Code Leadership Mentorship Technology Etiquette
  10. 10. 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 953 939 918 859 835 Sept. Child Count 944 929 901 855 824 Jan. Child Count Enrollment All School 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 234 252 224 218 213 Jan. Child Count Enrollment Grade 12+ 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 86.00% 87.35% 87.10% 83.70% 84.5% All School 66.00% 55.00% 65.00% 56.00% 57% Native American Graduation Rate LUHS Anticipated Enrollments 2010- 11 2011- 12 2012- 13 2013- 14 2014- 15 2015- 16 2016- 17 2017- 18 2018- 19 798 743 747 699 698 719 713 726 728
  11. 11. AYP Status Test Participation NO Satisfactory Other Academic Indicator Yes Satisfactory Reading Yes Satisfactory Mathematics Yes Satisfactory Met Adequate Yearly Progress? NO SCHOOL Status: Satisfactory 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
  12. 12. AYP Status AYP Status Test Participation NO Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Other Academic Indicator Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Reading Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Mathematics Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Met Adequate Yearly Progress? NO Yes SCHOOL Status: Satisfactory Satisfactory 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
  13. 13. AYP Status AYP Status AYP Status Test Participation NO Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Other Academic Indicator Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory NO Satisfactory (Graduation Rate) Reading Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Mathematics Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Yes Satisfactory Met Adequate Yearly Progress? NO Yes NO SCHOOL Status: Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
  14. 14. 2009-10 LUHS Habitual Truancy
  15. 15. Extended Resources ER/ER West GED Option 2 Journey Experiential Program Coordinated Service Team Program Special Education Services
  16. 16. Expectations for Academic Enhancement Study: •Academic Enhancement will provide students with an enhanced opportunity to improve their academic standing at LUHS, •Academic Enhancement will provide students with a link to academic support in class subjects outside Math and English areas, •Academic Enhancement will provide students basic Technology skills such as word processing, performing searches for research and utilizing presentation software, •Academic Enhancement will provide students with a resource for helping with the review, proofing and editing of assignments, papers and projects. Job Description for the Teacher: •Review the academic status of a referred student, •Formulate a plan for academic improvement with the student, •Provide daily guidance for the student to implement the academic improvement plan, •Review academic progress weekly through PowerSchool, •Deliver to students a basic curriculum on study skills and technology utilization, •Provide consistent communication to parents/guardians regarding positive and negative progress of the students, •Provide updates to the teachers of these students so everyone is connected, •Connect students with appropriate resources within LUHS if unable to provide assistance in any specific area of study. Accountability for Student Progress:   •Print class progress detailed reports for all students referred to Academic Enhancement, and compare these with the same reports generated at “Data Points” throughout the quarter, semester and school year, •Review attendance data throughout the course of the quarter, semester and school year, •Review discipline log data throughout the course of the quarter, semester and school year, •Review credit summary to monitor whether student is on pace for graduation from LUHS,  
  17. 17. “F” and “D” Grades Fourth Quarter - Total
  18. 18. Curriculum: Standards Benchmarks Annual Plans Unit Plans BYOC Course offerings Career Cruising Interaction with outside agencies Assessment: WKCE Local Assessments (BYOA) Classroom Assessments GPAs Lexiles Quantiles Writing Rubric Post-Secondary tests: ACT, SAT, PSAT, ASVAB Instruction: Reading Comprehension Problem Solving Personal Responsibility 21st Century Classrooms Differentiated Instruction •AP •Freshman Academy •GED Option #2 •Youth Options •Project Lead The Way •READ 180 •ICan Math •Special Education •Title I/Title VII •Gifted and Talented Writing Center Language Lab Math Lab Academic Enhancement Lab Extended Resources/ERW
  19. 19. Class of 2010 - 187 Graduates 89 – 47.6% 52 – 27.8% 4 year 2 year
  20. 20. Class of 2010 - 187 Graduates 89 – 47.6% 52 – 27.8% 4 year 2 year WI State Colleges WI Private Colleges 44 – 23.5% 4 – 2.1%
  21. 21. Class of 2010 - 187 Graduates 89 – 47.6% 52 – 27.8% 4 year 2 year WI State Colleges WI Private Colleges 44 – 23.5% 4 – 2.1% Michigan 5 – 2.7%
  22. 22. Class of 2010 - 187 Graduates 89 – 47.6% 52 – 27.8% 4 year 2 year WI State Colleges WI Private Colleges 44 – 23.5% 4 – 2.1% Michigan 5 – 2.7% Minnesota 15 – 8%
  23. 23. Class of 2010 - 187 Graduates 89 – 47.6% 52 – 27.8% 4 year 2 year WI State Colleges WI Private Colleges 44 – 23.5% 4 – 2.1% Michigan 5 – 2.7% Minnesota 15 – 8% Out of 3 State Area 21 – 11.2%
  24. 24. Class of 2010 - 187 Graduates 89 – 47.6% 52 – 27.8% 4 year 2 year WI State Colleges WI Private Colleges 44 – 23.5% 4 – 2.1% Michigan 5 – 2.7% Minnesota 15 – 8% Out of 3 State Area 21 – 11.2% 75.4% 2 and 4 year Col. 18.7% No Response 3.7% Military and Jobs 1.6% Work 2.7% Undecided
  25. 25. Eight Year Trend Average ACT Scores-Total Tested Eight Year Trend Average ACT Scores-Composite Grad Year LUHS WI. 2003 136 45,669 2004 130 45,480 2005 131 45,470 2006 123 44,275 2007 2008 2009 2010 154 121 146 128 46,430 46,990 46,658 47,755 Grad Year LUHS WI. 2003 22.6 22.2 2004 22.8 22.2 2005 22.3 22.2 2006 22.4 22.2 2007 2008 2009 2010 22.1 22.8 22.9 23.0 22.3 22.3 22.3 22.1
  26. 26. Students on Personalization Based on Student Exit Survey of 2010 During your time at LUHS have you Ever been harassed? 64.6% NO 3% 2% ‘09 Do you feel that LUHS provides A safe learning environment? 82.8% YES 4% 1% ‘09 Were you adequately prepared for Transition from high school to PSO? 73.8% YES 1% 1% ‘09 Were you provided enough Academic assistance to complete Your academic work? 91.8% YES 6% 6% ‘09 Has your experience at LUHS Contributed to your knowledge, Skills and personal development? 87.5% YES 3% 3% ‘09
  27. 27. 9th Grade students failing to earn a minimum of six credits by the end of their 9th grade year 2006-07 All 9th grade students (195) 12% (24 students) Students who do not meet the goal of 6 credits per year become credit deficient by the end of their first high school year and may be at-risk of not graduating on time, or at all.
  28. 28. 9th Grade students failing to earn a minimum of six credits by the end of their 9th grade year 2006-07 2007-08 All 9th grade students (195) All 9th grade students (225) 12% 9% (24 students) (20 students) Students who do not meet the goal of 6 credits per year become credit deficient by the end of their first high school year and may be at-risk of not graduating on time, or at all.
  29. 29. 9th Grade students failing to earn a minimum of six credits by the end of their 9th grade year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 All 9th grade students (195) All 9th grade students (225) All 9th grade students (175) 12% 9% 14% (24 students) (20 students) (25 students) Students who do not meet the goal of 6 credits per year become credit deficient by the end of their first high school year and may be at-risk of not graduating on time, or at all.
  30. 30. 9th Grade students failing to earn a minimum of six credits by the end of their 9th grade year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 All 9th grade students (195) All 9th grade students (225) All 9th grade students (175) All 9th grade students (208) 12% 9% 14% 15% (24 students) (20 students) (25 students) (31 students) Students who do not meet the goal of 6 credits per year become credit deficient by the end of their first high school year and may be at-risk of not graduating on time, or at all.
  31. 31. A team of teachers representing the core curriculum areas (English, Math, Science, and Social Studies) meets daily during one of their two common planning periods to standardize expectations, develop possible integrated (cross-curricular) units, lessons and assignments, and, when necessary, conference with students and/or parents… Mr. Mestelle Social Studies Ms. Flasch English – R. 180 Mr. Olson Math Mr. Moran Science Mr. Larsen F/A Coordinator
  32. 32. • New Wireless System • New Intel Classroom Lab - 115 • 12 More Mounted LCD projectors in the School • New Printing System • Student Email System / Drop box • 5 Actiview – Digital Capturing Equipment • Eight Mobile Labs… 310 Laptops •Laptops – for many of our Teachers • Several Sets of Student Response Systems…(SRS) • 5 SmartBoards • Several Digital Tablets • 4 Promethean Boards • iMac Lab - 161 •3.5 Tech assistants • Greater Bandwidth…
  33. 33. Assignments/Lessons On-Line Forms Drop Box BlackBoard Student E-mail Wiki’s / Blogs Updated Calendar
  34. 34. Curriculum 1. Continued work on Local assessments after a review of the data. 3. Tran-scripted Credits, in Correlation with Nicollet. 2. Continued discussions of correlation of GPA, Local Assessments and WKCE. 4. Blending Virtual School with “Brick and Mortar… using software known as “Blackboard.” 5. Nine AP Courses… looking at more for the future. 6. Use more writing assessments… for evaluations. 7. Use more varied assessments… not just objective testing.
  35. 35. Collegiality and Professionalism • Continue to work to Improve Communication among all of us as the professionals at LUHS – Wikis, Skype, email, Blogs…, • Continue opportunities for faculty involvement in planning and developing programs, • Continue to Improve School Culture and Climate – Utilizing Student Empowerment… Co- Curricula Advisory Council – (Captains’ Group), • Continue to Improve Academic Achievement (GPA’s), AYP… • Freshmen Academy, • Continue Professional Development and Training in Technology.
  36. 36. Collegiality and Professionalism Working together to monitor halls and maintain school security – “First 5 Minutes of class” This is a Team effort, Professional Expectations : Communicating with Parents in a timely and responsible fashion through email and phone calls (PowerTeacher – 3/6/9). Communication – conveying and receiving information, with one another, so that we can improve and enhance our teaching pedagogies (30 hours), Wearing I.D. Badges during the day while at LUHS to promote school safety,
  37. 37. Collegiality and Professionalism •Contract Day – 7:45 a.m.- 3:45 p.m. Professional Code: •Support for one another – Mentors, Dept. Meetings, •Substitute Plans available at your desk or online •Timely arrival at school and meetings – Students are waiting, • Timely Response to Parents and Students, •Website and syllabus up to date rSchoolToday •Use of grade book for “Parent Portal” information “No More Progress Reports” (3/6/9) • Students in class, in their seats from Bell to Bell – Team Effort! Tardies are unacceptable, • T.A.’s – Approval through Appeal process,
  38. 38. Collegiality and Professionalism • Let’s be Sensitive to one another, Pertaining to field trips Field Trips and School Authorized Absences • Activities - Mr. Justin Szews - •Athletics – Mr. Justin Szews – Attendance • Theatre, Music, Speech/Debate - Mr. James Bouché •Academic – Mr. James Bouché •Extended/Over Night– Mr. James Bouché
  39. 39. Internet Connectivity Learn 360 United Streaming TeacherTube YouTube www.PBS.org iTunes/U www.edutopia.org Promethean World SmartBoard
  40. 40. Mr. John Eckardt 1990!!

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