Campus Action Plan

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Campus Action Plan

  1. 1. Campus Action Plan Action Plan Goal: By 2011, Henderson Elementary will earn an accountability rating of Recognized by TEA. Action Plan Objective: By 2010, seventy Target Group: African American Students percent of all fifth graders will meet standards on Science TAKS. Strategy/ Person(s) Timeline Resources/ Formative Activity Responsible Estimated Cost Evaluation 1. Provide Jill May 12 weeks Title I funds Improved Scores afterschool Candi Cox Jan-Apr 2010 Materials- $1000 on formative science tutorials (Region IV TAKS assessments for those Francisco Prep Activities) given during the students who Segovia 12 weeks period. Forde-Ferrier perform low on Maria Godinez Science Books formative assessments Tutor pay $2000 Provide Linda Scroggs- January 2010 Materials $100 Concept professional Scheduling for color copies Mapping used in development Professional (Inspiration at least 3 lesson using Inspiration development Software already plans at each Software, to Noreen Dooley- installed on grade level create concept Campus computer lab during Jan- maps (all Technology stations) March. Improved faculty). Specialist grades for all creating the students training session. (especially in Science) Coordinate with Linda Scroggs- January-May Title I funds Improved Scores Texas A&M Henderson 2010 Transportation on Science Science Professional for field Trips formative Department, in Development $1200 (buses) assessments an effort to Specialist given at least develop Patti Willems- once every three fieldtrips, guest Bryan ISD weeks. speakers, and Science professional Coordinator development sessions for Henderson teachers. The summative evaluation for Henderson Elementary will be that 70% of all fifth graders and 70% of each student group meets standards on Science TAKS. In addition, 3rd and 4th grade students will get 70% or better on science assessments given during the spring 2010 semester.

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