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    • ADMS 620 – IMPROVING SCHOOL PROGRAM AND PERFORMANCE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FAIRFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL   PRESENTERS: Leroy N. Rowe and Lilicea H. Henry
    • FACTS ABOUT FAIRFIELD
      • Location : Eastern end of Richmond, Nine Mile Road
      • Student Pop. 2007 : 1360 2008 : 927
      • Faculty Members: 72
      • Ethnic composition : Black 88.7%; Hispanic, White, Others: 11.3%
      • 2008 Accreditation : Accredited with warning
      • AYP Status : 2005-08: Did not make AYP in Math & English
    • PRESENTATION OF DATA 2004-2007 Math / Reading by Gender - Grades 6 & 7 constantly low; Low of 13%; High of 32% - Increases, except grade 6F (3% decline in “07) -8F Achieved school’s pass mark. -No scores 2004-06 (?) Increase for all gender & grades, except for 8F in 2005-06 Grades 6 boys & girls equal in 2006-07 Female surpassed male in last year(gr 7 & 8) Largest Increase- grade 6M = 24% in 07 over 06 Year 6M 6F 7M 7F 8M 8F 2004-05 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69 64 79 71 2005-06 22/ 51 29/ 68 13/ 55 19 67 66 70 64 68 2006-07 32/ 75 26/ 75 28/ 63 24 81
      • 73
      71 78
    • English/ Math by Ethnicity -Trend; fluctuation -2006-07 all groups met schools 70% pass mark -Black’s performance low except 2006-07(2% above Whites). 2004-05 best year for all groups(Hispanic? 0%) - Pass rate improve in last year -All groups under 50%, except Hispanics Ethnicity 2004-05 English Math 2005-06 English Math 2006-07 English Math Black
      • 75
      62 37 74 44 Hispanic 0 0
      • 47
      • 52
      White 81 91 69 45 72 49
    • English /Math [ Students with Disabilities, Econ. Disadvantage & LEP] -Students with disabilities= upward gradient -LEP best results(second language) -Ec. Dis. attained school pass mark 06-07 -Ec. Dis. 71% in 04-05(borderline pass) - Performance fluctuated -LEP no score for two years. Years L.E.P English Math Econ. Disad English Math Studs. w Disab English Math 2004-05 0 0 61 71 38 50 2005-06 73 0 59 30 47 32 2006-07 53 38 71 41 56 58
    • WEAKNESSES IDENTIFIED
      • Mathematics
      • Less than 5% of students in grades 6 & 7 passed at advanced stage.
      • 8 th grade 5-27% over 3 years.
              • Bright idea!
              • Improve advance passes in math.
    • WEAKNESSES IN READING
      • All grades and gender below 70% up to 2006.
      • 73-81% 2006-2007
      • Inability to read affects performance in other subjects .
      • AIM-improvement plan
      • Encourage 2006-2007 performance.
      • Read one level above current grade level
    • THE PLAN
      • MATHEMATICS
      • 45 mins. Math session daily.
      • Reward bookstore
      • Math bingo
      • Internet activates
      • Working at stations
      • Elite Math Club
      • Math Academy
      • “ Train to Gain”
      • READING
      • Training Seminars
      • 45-50 minutes tutoring
      • Resources Centre
      • Bookstore
      • Reading Club
      • Bi-weekly planning
      • Saturday Academy
      • After school tutoring
    • Timeline Selling to Staff
      • One year in the first instance with:
      • Teacher workshops
      • Tutoring
      • Rewards Program
      • Establish clubs
      • Periodic evaluations
      • Motivational talks
      • Pep/Booster rallies
      • Pre- implementation planning
      • Department chairs & administrators educated
      • Review SOL results-commendations
      • Introduction to generally staff.
      • Rewards-Free gas, certificates, Teacher of The Year
    • Community Evaluation Involvement Procedures
      • PTA-Spread the word, supervise work at home
      • Social Clubs/Church groups
      • Media & School News letters
      • Resource Persons, including retired teachers
      • On-going evaluation
      • Class tests
      • Data analysis
      • Bi-weekly planning & evaluation
      • Team Evaluation
      • Dept. mid year evaluation
      • SOL & HAT results analyzed.