CMS State of the School Address 2010

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CMS State of the School Address 2010

  1. 1. State of the School Address Crabapple Middle School October 28, 2010October 28, 2010
  2. 2. Objective # 1 Target Group Performance Measures Baseline Target/Indicator of Success 2007- 08 2008- 09 2009- 10 2010- 11 2011- 12 Improve Total Math 6th grade students 7th grade students 6th -8th grade students 6th-8th grade students 8th grade students 8th grade students 8th grade students Increase the percentage of FAY 6th grade students scoring Level 2 or Level 3 on the CRCT Total Math Increase the percentage of FAY 7th grade students scoring Level 2 and Level 3 on CRCT Total Math Increase the percentage of FAY Economically Disadvantaged Students scoring Level 2 or Level 3 on CRCT Total Math Increase the percentage of FAY Students with Disabilities scoring Level 2 or Level 3 on CRCT Total Math Increase the percentage of FAY 8th grade students scoring Level 2 or Level 3 on the CRCT Total Math Increase the percentage of FAY 8th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Math Increase the Mean National Percentile score on Total Math on the ITBS 89 89 67.55 58.10 89 31 67 93 91 72 60 90 45 62 96 91 94 93 75 82 67.60 59.70 93 94 48 45 67 69 94 95 84 75.70 96 50 71 98 96 86 83.80 96 51 72 Math Objectives
  3. 3. Objectives # 2 Target Group Performance Measures Baseline Target/Indicator of Success 2007- 08 2008- 09 2009- 10 2010- 11 2011- 12 Improve Total Science 8th grade students New for 2010-11 *6th grade students *7th grade students *8th grade students Decrease the percentage of FAY 8th grade students scoring Level 1 on the CRCT Total Science Increase the percentage of FAY 6th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Science Increase the percentage of FAY 7th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Science Increase the percentage of FAY 8th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Science 19 * * * 10 33 53 33 7 7 30 55 32 6 35 57 35 5 38 60 38 Science Objectives
  4. 4. Objectives # 3 Target Group Performance Measures Baseline Target/Indicator of Success 2007- 08 2008- 09 2009- 10 2010- 11 2011- 12 Improve Total Language Arts 6th grade students 7th grade students 8th grade students 8th grade students Increase the percentage of FAY 6th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Language Arts Increase the percentage of FAY 7th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Language Arts Increase the percentage of FAY 8th grade students scoring Level 3 on the CRCT Total Language Arts Increase the Mean National Percentile score on Total Language Arts on the ITBS 41 55 66 71 62 51 61 66 65 47 55 62 66 66 71 72 65 65 67 73 68 70 69 75 Language Arts Objectives
  5. 5. Objectives # 4 & 5 Target Group Performance Measures Baseline Target/Indicator of Success 2007- 08 2008- 09 2009- 10 2010- 11 2011- 12 Improve Writing Skills Improve Student Behavior 8th grade students All Students Increase the percentage of FAY eighth grade SWD scoring Meets Target or Exceeds Target on the Georgia Middle Grades Writing Assessment Increase the percentage of FAY eighth grade students scoring Exceeds Target on the Georgia Middle Grades Writing Assessment Reduce the percentage of students with one or more office referrals 70 16 32 53 10 29 56 56 16 16 20 22 57 18 15 58 20 10 Writing & Student Behavior Objectives
  6. 6. Discipline SummaryDiscipline Summary Year Time Out Public Detention Bus Suspension In-School Suspension Out-of- School Suspension 2008-09 8% 13% 3% (20) 14% 5% 2009-10 6% 9% .03% (6) 11% 3%
  7. 7. CMS Knowledge QuestCMS Knowledge Quest ”Increasing knowledge by reading books”!”Increasing knowledge by reading books”! For each student to read 25 books over the year, the following will happen at Crabapple. The first 10 books will be counted as “daily learning” in text books and class assignments (novels, newspapers, on-line reading, etc) and assessed as normal teaching assignments. The subsequent 15 books will be tracked in each student’s Knowledge Quest Log. Book options will be selected from the following Dewey sections in the library: Dewey Section Subject Examples 000s/100s/200s (General knowledge, Psychology, Religions) 300s/400s (Social Sciences , Language) 500s (Sciences) 600s (Engineering, Medicine, Pets) 700s (Art, Music, Drawing, Sports) 800s (Poetry, Plays) 900’s (History, Geography, Collective Biographies) Biography Biographies and Autobiographies Fiction Novels
  8. 8. Knowledge Quest TotalsKnowledge Quest Totals Grade Level 5 Books % 10 Books % 15 Books % 6th 94 81 55 7th 99 97 93 8th 97 88 72 Total Circulation 2008-2009 Total Circulation 2009-2010 14,149 Avg. 16 books per student 14,161 Avg. 18 books per student *100 fewer students
  9. 9. Georgia Department of EducationGeorgia Department of Education Exceptional Media CenterExceptional Media Center 20102010 The Crabapple Library Media Program was designated in June asThe Crabapple Library Media Program was designated in June as a “Exceptional” program by the Georgia Department of Mediaa “Exceptional” program by the Georgia Department of Media Services. The program was recognized for its teaching andServices. The program was recognized for its teaching and reading programs that Beth Miller, Crabapple’s Media Specialist,reading programs that Beth Miller, Crabapple’s Media Specialist, developed over the past three years.developed over the past three years. Ms. Miller teaches research classes incorporating generalMs. Miller teaches research classes incorporating general reference skills, internet databases, and website evaluation to allreference skills, internet databases, and website evaluation to all grade levels. In addition this past year Crabapple revised theirgrade levels. In addition this past year Crabapple revised their school wide reading called “Knowledge Quest” to focus on bothschool wide reading called “Knowledge Quest” to focus on both fiction and non-fiction books.fiction and non-fiction books. According to Ms. Miller, “increasing student’s non-fiction readingAccording to Ms. Miller, “increasing student’s non-fiction reading and comprehension gives them a solid foundation for highand comprehension gives them a solid foundation for high school textbooks and a stronger aptitude for standardized tests.school textbooks and a stronger aptitude for standardized tests. This was proven with Crabapple’s CRCT results this pastThis was proven with Crabapple’s CRCT results this past spring; our reading scores increased due to the Knowledgespring; our reading scores increased due to the Knowledge Quest reading program and our focus on non-fictionQuest reading program and our focus on non-fiction reading/comprehension.”reading/comprehension.”
  10. 10. Learn and Serve Sub-Grantee
  11. 11. CMS Garden ProjectCMS Garden Project Crabapple Middle School has been selected as aCrabapple Middle School has been selected as a recipient of the Standards-Focused Project-recipient of the Standards-Focused Project- Based Academic Service Learning mini- grant.Based Academic Service Learning mini- grant. Crossroads Second Chance North, in conjunctionCrossroads Second Chance North, in conjunction with the Georgia Commission for Service andwith the Georgia Commission for Service and Volunteerism, is proud to award grant funds inVolunteerism, is proud to award grant funds in the amount of $ 3000.00.the amount of $ 3000.00.
  12. 12. Standards-Based Report Card PilotStandards-Based Report Card Pilot 66thth grade 2010-11grade 2010-11 Crabapple Middle School, along with three otherCrabapple Middle School, along with three other middle schools, is piloting a standards-based reportmiddle schools, is piloting a standards-based report card to provide parents with a more comprehensivecard to provide parents with a more comprehensive understanding of their student’s proficiency on theunderstanding of their student’s proficiency on the Georgia Performance Standards.Georgia Performance Standards. Beginning second semester, parents of 6Beginning second semester, parents of 6thth gradegrade students will receive a report card that providesstudents will receive a report card that provides number grades and the level of proficiency onnumber grades and the level of proficiency on standards. We will seek parent input throughout thestandards. We will seek parent input throughout the processprocess

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