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Willow Springs Elementary A School Profile

  1. 1. A De ile Inve tig tio ta d s a n By J m sStric nd /P C . a e kla -AP LC o
  2. 2. The Community of Willow Spring  Re id sin tw c untie (W kea J hns n) s e o o s a nd o to  2 p o lep r s ua m , o a ra e 75 e p e q re ile n ve g  Them d n a eis3 .8(U.S. is3 ) e ia g 3 7.6  Ap ro a ly 6 % o Ad o o Hig s ho l a p xim te 6 f ults ut f h c o re m rrie w 8 o thisg upa d rc d a d hile % f ro re ivo e  Ab ut 8 % a o there id ntsa W , 9 p rc nt o 5 re f s e re hite % e e Bla k, 6 p rc nt La , a 1% p rc nt re o d a c % e e tino nd e e p rte s o r the  Me ia Inc m is$ 6 4 (U.S. is5 ,2 3 d n o e 4 ,6 1 0 3)
  3. 3. Willow Springs Elementary Demographics  Ap ro a ly 10 0s e p xim te 0 tud nts  9 % o Stud ntsa LEP .6 f e re  4 % o Stud ntsa ESL .0 f e re  2 .5 o Stud ntsa F/R Lunc 6 % f e re h  74 % Ma eb tte tha aI o II o theMa a Re d .3 d e r n r n th nd a ing EOG in 2 0 07  9 .7% Ma eb tte tha aI o II o theMa a Re d 3 d e r n r n th nd a ing EOG in 2 0 06
  4. 4. The Growth Composite 94 As you will 92 notice there 90 is significant 88 growth up 86 until 2006. 84 Growth Composite 82 What is with 80 the sudden 78 stop? 76 74 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008
  5. 5. Most Recent Performances  C k He tovie o c rt tos eho fa w a in the lic re w ur ha e w r e re p c s to a sre c ro e s w rd a hingo 2 14Go l*. ur 0 a
  6. 6. Where Would You Like To Go From Here?  Inte s d in Se ingtheW ysW So ht toIm ro o re te e a e ug p ve ur Staff?  Inte s d in Se ingo Stud nt Da a Inte ntio ? re te e ur e ta nd rve ns  Inte s d in Se ingW reW w b He d in the re te e he e ill e a ing Future?
  7. 7. TWC Survey 2008  TheTe c r W rkingC nd nsSurve id ntifie a a a he o o itio y e d re s fo im ro m nt w r p ve e ithin o s ho l eur c o nviro e The nm nt. a lys o thed tac n b fo na is f a a e undhe . re  The ea a fo im ro m nt, No s re s r p ve e n-Ins tio l Tim truc na e a ila lefo Te c rs Ac e stotheSc o Bud e the va b r a he , c s ho l gt a ila ility o Offic Sup lie , a thea re m nt b va b f e p s nd g e e y te c rsin thec ic o s ff d ve p e func nsw re a he ho e f ta e lo m nt tio e ta e din afa s rg te ll urve o 2 0 tog g c ns te y, y f 08 a e o is nc re b lia ility, a ve b nd rifia ility o thea w rs f ns e
  8. 8. Winter Survey ‘08  Tw a d n c m o ntsto thes o d itio o p ne urve o o ra y, ur ve ll s tis c n o o s ho l’ hiringp c e , a o a fa tio f ur c o s ra tic s nd ur te c r’ vie o thee c ne so the P ’ w re a he s w f ffe tive s f ir LC s e a oa s s e . ls s e s d  HiringP c e w sa d d b c us it w so the ra tic s a d e e a e a n b rd rlineo b inguns tis c ry tho h s htly o e f e a fa to ug lig a c p b (a o 8 %) c e ta le b ve 0  P ’ w rea d db c us thep g misap p r LC s e d e e a e ro ra o ula m ve e in W keC unty a w w nte to s eho o m nt a o nd e a d e w w ll w w ree c e e e xe utingthep g m ro ra .
  9. 9. Winter Survey 2008 TheW wSp sSurve illo ring y TheW wSp sRe o illo ring p rt P w rP int (Syno s ) o theRe o o e o p is f p rt
  10. 10. Spring Survey  TheSp ringSurve ha tw p o e : y d o urp s s  1) De rm if theinte ntio im le e d o r the te ine rve ns p m nte ve p s fe m nthsha as nific nt a p s at w o d ig a nd o itivee c ffe t  2 “ ) DigDe p r” s m o theq s nstha s ha n’ e e in o e f ue tio t till ve t g n usac a und rs nd a tow thes ff fe a ive le r e ta ing s hy ta lt s the d o s m to ic . y id n o e p s  *In a d n to thete c r s d itio a he urve w a od c e to y e ls e id d c nd t aTe c r As is nt s o uc a he s ta urve tod te inew t if y e rm ha a is ue the m y ne da d s ing ny s s y a e d re s
  11. 11. Teacher Surveys and Results  TheTe c r Surve a he y  TheRe ults s
  12. 12. Teacher Assistant Survey and Results Percdent Participated The ITeacherschool like belong at this Assistants, overall, feel like they are treated Total that agree 25 Percentage 96% 96.2963 appropriately. me desire for more access to relevant that the staff cares about A 23 88% that the staff values my input as a professional 21 81% teacher meetings and committees was noted however. clear about what my job is at this school 23 88% I know how to complete essential clerical tasks 26 100% empowered to help with teaching 22 85% Click Here empowered to help my students with their learning 24 92% the students respect me as an authority figure 26 100% to Continue s i s ta nce enri ched the l ea rni ng experi ence of the s tudents 24 100% y teacher treats me respectfully and professionally 24 92% I was allowed to help develop classroom activities 22 85% was given the opportunity to help develop classroom rules 22 85% treat me with respect 23 88% ollaborate with each other to make students successful 15 60% are committed to continuous improvement 17 65% low me to implement instructional duties and activities 17 65% Be a participant in my grade-level PLC's 10 40% Be a participant in the SIP Team 7 28%
  13. 13. AYP Trend Data Reading  TheDa Te minte re d a ta a rp te nd Willow Springs Student Subgroup 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 a lyze c rts ra hsc a d b na d ha /g p re te y All Students 73% 92% 91% 91% 90% 90% 89% Female 76% 94% 91% 93% 90% 88% 87% NEED TO ADD SWD,ED,NED,LEP,NLEP,… J m sStric nd to s e o a e kla e k ut Male 70% 90% 92% 88% 89% 92% 91% Black 59% 82% 86% 86% 77% 80% 67% Hispanic 52% 89% 83% 75% 82% 89% 89% p tte a d te ine a rns nd e rm Multi-Racial White 67% 78% 86% 95% 85% 94% 95% 94% 95% 93% 80% 92% 95% 93% c nc io a o thenature o o lus ns b ut f Reading o s ho l p p tio ur c o o ula n LEA Student Subgroup 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 WAll Students 65% 90% 90% 90% 89% 88% 87% Wha w fo t e und is : Wfemale 68% 92% 92% 92% 92% 90% 89% WMale 63% 88% 88% 88% 87% 87% 86% WAmerican Indian 64% 91% 89% 93% 89% 93% 84% Our s o sfo w c re llo WBlack 40% 80% 80% 79% 78% 77% 71% WHispanic 39% 77% 76% 76% 74% 66% 73% WMulti-Racial 67% 91% 92% 91% 92% 92% 89% typ a o tho ein the ic lly f s WWhite 81% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% c unty b o m rity o ut ur ino Math Willow Springs s e te to b tud nts nd e a c d ffe te Student Subgroup 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 All Students 88% 85% 83% 89% 89% 94% 93% theg a s b c ng s h a re te t y ha e uc s Female 87% 88% 82% 91% 90% 94% 93% Male 90% 82% 84% 88% 88% 94% 94% Black 72% 74% 65% 81% 72% 84% 78% “ no ing a re rm ” nd Hispanic Multi-Racial 76% 67% 82% 82% 74% 85% 73% 95% 82% 95% 93% 95% 95% 80% a jus e in s ho l c le a d tm nts c o a nd r White 93% 88% 87% 93% 92% 95% 95% Math LEA Student Subgroup 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 WAll Students 77% 75% 74% 86% 86% 90% 90% WFemale 78% 76% 74% 88% 88% 91% 91% WMale 76% 75% 73% 84% 85% 89% 90% WAmerican Indian 79% 76% 69% 89% 83% 93% 82% WBlack 54% 51% 49% 71% 71% 80% 76% WHispanic 62% 59% 57% 72% 71% 75% 82% WMulti-Racial 76% 76% 73% 88% 89% 93% 93% WWhite 90% 89% 88% 95% 95% 95% 95%
  14. 14. EVAAS  Re o , s h a thiso , p d e alis o Stud ntstha p rts uc s ne ro uc d t f e t w re“ e At-Ris toFa k” ilingtheEOG.  Thisinfo a n, if us de rly e ug w svita in jum rm tio e a no h, a l p s rtingtheinte ntio , ins a o ha ta rve ns te d f vingtow it fo the a r s e to d m ns tethene d tud nt e o tra e.
  15. 15. Forecasting  Ad itio l re o likethiso m d b J m sStric nd d na p rts ne a e y a e kla w rec a d tofo c s s e p rfo a eb s d o the e re te re a t tud nt e rm nc a e n c ula d tao W wSp s Stud nts um tive a f illo ring ’ e .  The turne o to b a inc d ly s ngc rre tio re d ut e n re ib tro o la n, le stha .0 (p 1) c rre tio b tw e thes e ’ s n 1 <.0 o la n e e n tud nts s o sw n the e re theg d -le l a the s o s c re he y nte d ra e ve nd ir c re w n the finis d (In thirdg d ’ c s , thec rre tio he y he ra e s a e o la n w sb tw e thep a p s te t, w h it to ha a a e en re nd o t s hic o d n inc d ly s ngc rre tio re ib tro o la n)
  16. 16. Forecasting Continued  Thisfo c s re a tinga s e thete c r w o d no d a s um s a he ill r id t o nythingd re iffe nt fro ye rsp s m a at  Thefo c s re a tingp d e a a o ro uc d n lg rithmtha a wfo m d lingo the t llo r oe f c nt d ta Thisp d e s m inte s urre a . ro uc d o e re tingre ults s .  Stud ntstha e r a aLe l I, II, a III w m kep s e t nte s ve nd ill a o itiveg wro th.  Stud ntstha a le l IV, e p c lly thethre to q rtile o thiss s t w e t re ve s e ia e p ua s f ub e ill a tua lo eg w o s g te c lly s ro th r ta na  Mino rity s e m d thele s a o o g w w n c m a d to the tud nts a e a t m unt f ro th he o p re m jo p p tio s e w thes m /s ila s rtings o a rity o ula n tud nts ith a e im r ta c re  A s ula n o thed tac ns te im tio f a o is ntly a a c te p d te thes ho l d ta nd c ura ly re ic d c o a within 9 a c te (Whe us theMa 7% c ura ly n ing x/Min Bo a s und rie )  Thisinfo a n, c up d w thee e te a o rm tio o le ith xp c d m untso g w e c f ro th a h s e ub ro m t m kec uld b us d to e tim tethep b b tud nt/s g up us a o e e s a ro a ility that e c s g up w m e itsAYP Ta e a h ub ro ill e t rg t
  17. 17. Interventions  Asare ult o o info a n thete c rsha s f ur rm tio a he ve im le e ds ve l inte ntio : p m nte e ra rve ns  Ea h g d -le l ha im le e d ad ta a d s ne to c ra e ve s p m nte a -w ll e ig d m e the g up ne d . e t ir ro s e s Proficiency In Reading Student 1 Essential Skills (We don't have to do growth nor do we have to do the essential skills it can be anything you want 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Average Proficiency Per student #DIV/0! Fourth Gra eExa p d m le Type in the growth by 2 #DIV/0! Percentage in the box 3 #DIV/0!  4 #DIV/0! Mastery = 80% or higher 5 #DIV/0! Proficiency 60-80% 6 #DIV/0! Concern: Below 60% 7 #DIV/0! 8 #DIV/0! 9 #DIV/0! 10 #DIV/0! 11 #DIV/0!  A re e ia n tim w s m d tio e a 12 #DIV/0! 13 #DIV/0! 14 #DIV/0! 15 #DIV/0! 16 #DIV/0! 17 #DIV/0! 18 #DIV/0! 19 #DIV/0! 20 #DIV/0! 21 #DIV/0! Es b he fo a g d -le ls ta lis d r ll ra e ve 22 #DIV/0! 23 #DIV/0! 24 #DIV/0! 25 #DIV/0! 26 #DIV/0! 27 #DIV/0! 28 #DIV/0! 29 #DIV/0! 30 #DIV/0! Average Proficiency Score Per Objective #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0!  Mo s e w rere rre re tud nts e fe d Proficiency In Math Essential Skills (We don't have to do growth nor do we have to do the essential skills it can be anything you want Student place val. add/subt graphs multiply area/per geometry division order of op frac/dec Average Proficiency Per student Javier1 80 93 95 76 83 75 85 80 83 83.33333 Type in the growth by Anna B. 85 89 74 84 87 88 85 87 84.875 Percentage in the box Benjamin 100 96 100 100 88 95 97 100 100 97.33333 Matthew 95 100 89 80 100 90 97 95 97 93.66667 Mastery = 80% or higher Zachary 80 96 84 84 68 70 97 80 97 84 Proficiency 60-80% Chezney 85 93 84 92 96 85 100 100 97 92.44444 Concern: Below 60% Lauren 95 96 100 84 100 90 100 100 97 95.77778 toSST a ALPtha in ye rs nd n a Emma 85 93 89 84 52 80 82 90 60 79.44444 Kristen 100 100 95 36 56 85 85 85 63 78.33333 Wyatt 90 79 89 52 48 50 91 75 77 72.33333 Jonathan 95 89 100 84 76 95 100 100 93 92.44444 Nataly 70 68 58 88 56 55 76 75 63 67.66667 Madison 85 93 84 84 84 95 85 95 67 85.77778 Israel 35 71 63 36 32 40 40 50 30 44.11111 Stephanie 95 96 79 64 44 75 79 70 63 73.88889 Adelle 90 93 89 100 84 75 97 100 90 90.88889 Garrett 85 79 42 40 72 65 46 50 47 58.44444 ps at John 90 89 100 92 84 75 97 100 97 91.55556 Brandon 60 86 53 48 52 50 82 80 73 64.88889 Logan 70 93 84 96 64 70 91 95 73 81.77778 Christian 100 89 79 56 88 95 100 80 97 87.11111 Ian 80 82 63 56 60 70 82 70 47 67.77778 Anna W. 100 96 100 96 96 85 97 100 93 95.88889 24 #DIV/0! 25 #DIV/0! 26 #DIV/0! 27 #DIV/0! 28 #DIV/0! 29 #DIV/0! 30 #DIV/0! Average Proficiency Score Per Objective4.78261 89.52174 82.30435 74.43478 72.6087 75.68182 86.69565 8 85 77.86957
  18. 18. Post ‘08-’09  “ Ba Affe t”re rstothecha etha WillowSpringsEle e ry The nks c fe ng t m nta w fe l a there ult o Ba Ele e ry o e ill e s s f nks m nta p ningne rb a y  Thisre o e tim te p rt s a d thea o o s ff m unt f ta m m e thes ho l e b rs c o w uld m s like o ot ly lo ea are ult o the s s s f The Banks Affect ne s ho l wc o an Analysis by James Strickland  Yo w a o no em re u ill ls tic o Assistant Principal at Willow p d tived ta fo c s re ic a , re a ting Springs Elementary thea c s h ac ng w ffe ts uc ha e ill ha o itste tingp p tio ve n s o ula n
  19. 19. Thank You for Viewing  Yo m y e thes wb c kinghe . u a nd ho y lic re  If yo a inte s din le rninga o theSta P g m , u re re te a b ut ff ro ra s c k he . lic re  If yo a inte s din le rninga o theStud nt Da , u re re te a b ut e ta c k he . lic re  If yo a inte s din le rninga o theFutureo the u re re te a b ut f s ho l c k he . c o lic re ThisP w rP int w sc a d b J m sStric nd o e o a re te y a e kla

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