GPS      FOR       SCHS GUIDED PROGRAM TO SUCCESS  SUGARCREEK HIGH SCHOOL
SCHS MOTTO… “DEDICATED TOEXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION”      SUCCESS
PURPOSE OF GPS... GUIDED   PROGRAM TO SUCCESSGPS is the Organizational Model developed by the SCHSSchool Improvement Comm...
HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
URGENCY“THE PLACE WHERE AWARENESS IS BORN”Driving Tips-Accountability School history and where are our Students Now? Dat...
SCHOOL HISTORY AND WHEREARE THE STUDENTS NOW?HISTORY... (Fifty years... from farms to failure) I. Agricultural (farms, r...
DATA TO IDENTIFY THE NEEDS.STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICSTotal student population 2024)    Subpopulation        Asian          Blac...
DATA TO IDENTIFY THE NEEDS(CONTINUED).PERFORMANCE COMPARRISONS              TAKS Exit-Level Test   SAT Average    White   ...
WHERE DO THE STUDENTSNEED TO BE?        School Motto  “Dedicated to Excellence in         Education!”
IDENTIFY MOST CRITICAL NEEDS. In the old days the school was very successfulacademically… As of late, not so successful e...
IDENTIFY MOST CRITICAL NEEDS(CONTINUED). Dissension among staff members and especially a big lackof support by the teachi...
HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
UNITY“THE PLACE WHERE WE ALL FIND THE COMMON GOAL”Driving Tips-Openness Making the plan. Identify needs. Assign specifi...
HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
STRATEGIES, PROGRAMS ANDINTERVENTIONS Cultural Awareness Program PLC Development Curriculum / CSCOPE RtI Team Profess...
HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
FOCUS AND CHECK Ongoing and continual GPS program assessment andevaluation STAAR Benchmark tests (Spring and Fall) Anal...
HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
CELEBRATION!!! Celebrate progress and build momentum Awards ceremony for student recognition of achievement Break out t...
HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
LEVEL OF SUCCESSOF THE GPS MODEL Guided Program Success (GPS) Committee meet to reviewall relevant data GPS Committee to...
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  1. 1. GPS FOR SCHS GUIDED PROGRAM TO SUCCESS SUGARCREEK HIGH SCHOOL
  2. 2. SCHS MOTTO… “DEDICATED TOEXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION” SUCCESS
  3. 3. PURPOSE OF GPS... GUIDED PROGRAM TO SUCCESSGPS is the Organizational Model developed by the SCHSSchool Improvement Committee for the purpose of bringingimprovement to Sugar Creek High SchoolGPS is a model designed to help SCHS attain Excellence inEducation for all studentsThe aim of the GPS paradigm model is to raise the standardsat SCHS to the highest possible excellence inliteracy, numeracy, and will address the needs of the whole child The GPS model will close all identified gaps
  4. 4. HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
  5. 5. URGENCY“THE PLACE WHERE AWARENESS IS BORN”Driving Tips-Accountability School history and where are our Students Now? Data to identify the needs. Where do they need to be? Identify most critical needs.
  6. 6. SCHOOL HISTORY AND WHEREARE THE STUDENTS NOW?HISTORY... (Fifty years... from farms to failure) I. Agricultural (farms, ranches, agrarian based living) II. Suburbia (single family dwelling, mom, dad, and 2.7children all with light complexions, Leave it to Beaver days) III. Apartment Boom (huge change in demographics, not sowhite anymore) IV. Inner-City (inner-city problems, low income, diverseracial demographic makeup, lower standardized test scores)
  7. 7. DATA TO IDENTIFY THE NEEDS.STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICSTotal student population 2024) Subpopulation Asian Black Hispanic White Econ Disadv LEP Percentage 9.7% 8.8% 58.9% 22.5% 48% 24%TEACHER, COUNSELOR, AND ADMINISTRATIONDEMOGRAPHICS White Black Hispanic Asian Teachers (120) 113 6 0 1 Counselors (4) 4 0 0 0 Administrators (4) 3 1 0 0
  8. 8. DATA TO IDENTIFY THE NEEDS(CONTINUED).PERFORMANCE COMPARRISONS TAKS Exit-Level Test SAT Average White 81% 973 Hispanic 41% 838
  9. 9. WHERE DO THE STUDENTSNEED TO BE? School Motto “Dedicated to Excellence in Education!”
  10. 10. IDENTIFY MOST CRITICAL NEEDS. In the old days the school was very successfulacademically… As of late, not so successful especially in thesubpops Huge change in demographics over the past fifty years Huge performance gap between subpops (TAKS scores andSAT scores) Community concerns about lack of leadership and a lack ofdiscipline at the high school Musical chairs game with reassignments of administrators invarious schools of the district and the high school
  11. 11. IDENTIFY MOST CRITICAL NEEDS(CONTINUED). Dissension among staff members and especially a big lackof support by the teaching staff for the ESL Program The demographic composition of the teaching staff,counselors, and administration not reflective of thedemographic composition of the student population Not many long tenured teaching staff
  12. 12. HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
  13. 13. UNITY“THE PLACE WHERE WE ALL FIND THE COMMON GOAL”Driving Tips-Openness Making the plan. Identify needs. Assign specific goals and objectives.
  14. 14. HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
  15. 15. STRATEGIES, PROGRAMS ANDINTERVENTIONS Cultural Awareness Program PLC Development Curriculum / CSCOPE RtI Team Professional Development for teachers Site-Based Decision Making (SBDM) Team and the CampusImprovement Plan (CIP) Etc…
  16. 16. HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
  17. 17. FOCUS AND CHECK Ongoing and continual GPS program assessment andevaluation STAAR Benchmark tests (Spring and Fall) Analysis of benchmark performance with and analysis toolsuch as DMAC Analysis of the performance of student on the previousyear’s standardized tests (TAKS or STAAR) Trend data analysis Climate surveys (Students, faculty, and parents)
  18. 18. HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
  19. 19. CELEBRATION!!! Celebrate progress and build momentum Awards ceremony for student recognition of achievement Break out the Champaign
  20. 20. HOW DO WE GETTHERE FROM HERE?
  21. 21. LEVEL OF SUCCESSOF THE GPS MODEL Guided Program Success (GPS) Committee meet to reviewall relevant data GPS Committee to determine the level of success of theGPS model GPS Committee to report their program determinations tothe Site-Based Decision Making Committee (SBDM) SBDM Committee to integrate GPS program updates andchanges into the following year’s Campus Improvement Plan

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