CIP Powerpoint Junkins September 2010

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School Campus Improvement Plan Roundtable Sherry Reynolds - Tammy Turner - Wendy Miller

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Campus Mission “To provide a diverse, safe, and supportive learning environment, in partnership with the community, ensuring all students gain academic and social learning in keeping with high standards and expectations.” 2010-2011 CIP

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Campus Goals Improve Academic Achievement Increase School Pride and Spirit Broaden Parent and Community Involvement

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Facts about Junkins Elementary Enrollment: 767 (9/17/10) 47 Teachers / 22 Staff = 69 Total 73% Economically Disadvantaged 7% Special Education Students 23% LEP Students 2009-2010 TEA Exemplary Campus

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” TAKS Data Exemplary Recognized 2011 Commended Goal Met exemplary standard in Math with TPM. 2010 Commended

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” 2010 ITBS Data - % Above the 40th Percentile Reading Math District Junkins

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Additional Data Strengths Student attendance rate 96% Improvement In TAKS Science Objectives in 3 areas Life Sciences 89.3%  93% Physical Sciences 82.6%  88% Earth Science 74.3%  79% Over 90% of parents are satisfied with the quality of education at Junkins Elementary (2009-2010 Scorecard) 2009-2010 TEA Exemplary Campus

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” School-Wide Areas of Emphasis Math Gaps in student performance at all grade levels for African American and Hispanic students Grade 3 Math TAKS passing 11% below campus goal of 90% Mathematical Processes & Tools and Concepts & Uses of Measurement objectives 8.5% campus passing average Reading Kindergarten Language and Vocabulary ITBS 9.3% below district at or above 40% rate Gaps in student performance at 3rd and 4th grade for African American and Hispanic students

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” 2010-2011 CIP Goals Even if you on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there. Will Rogers Science 5th grade students will meet or exceed the campus goal of 95% passing and 50% commended on the 2010-2011 Science TAKS Math Students will meet or exceed the campus goal of 90% passing and 50% commended on the 2010-2011 Math TAKS Reading Students will meet or exceed the campus goal of 95% passing and 50% commended on the 2009-2010 Reading TAKS. Writing 4th grade students will meet or exceed the campus goal of 98% passing and 60% commended on the 2009-2010 Reading/Writing TAKS.

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Science Strategies Develop “Science Curriculum Calendar” to address targeted areas based on 2010 summative data School-wide “Earth Science Friday’s” PreK-2 Classrooms to complete class science projects All 3rd-5th Grade students to complete individual science projects Science CILT to provide PreK-5 Science PD Add non-fiction science content leveled reading materials to the literacy library

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Math Strategies Develop “Math Curriculum Calendar” to address targeted areas based on 2010 summative data Math teachers will participate in NWLC K-2 Math Academy and Carnegie Learning professional development Use of mClass Math assessments for progress monitoring Six weeks math projects for all grade levels “Math Night” scheduled for October Vertically align Calendar Counts practices in every classroom Add non-fiction math content leveled reading materials to the literacy library

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Reading Strategies Implementation of the Daily 5 structure to manage small group reading instruction 2nd Semester implementation of CAFÉ reading strategies Participation in nation-wide DRA progress monitoring study for Tier II students Inventoried and broadened leveled libraries Use of iStation.com software for Tier II reading interventions DRA testing to establish student reading and comprehension levels

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Writing Strategies Develop “Writing Curriculum Calendar” to address targeted areas based on 2010 summative data Focus on writing across the curriculum Math Science Social Studies Campus-wide professional development on mentor texts and Region 10 “6 Traits” refresher session Writing teachers to lead after-school professional development on “Writers Workshop” 4th and 5th grade students to write essays for submission to the Gardere MLK Oratorical Contest

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Parent & Community Involvement Strategies Student directed parent conferences Monthly “Family Forum” focused on parent and family issues Host monthly School Town Hall Meetings Parent communication provided in English and Spanish Publication of school calendars and newsletters Parent participation in school activities such as Fall Festival, Math Nights, Destination Imagination, Field Day, etc. Participation in feeder-pattern school activities

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Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School “Going Places!” Professional Development Conferences IRA NASBE Autism Reading 1st Summer Training Designing Instruction for Diverse Learners Vertical CILT Led PD Collaboration Time for School-Wide PD Horizontal Grade Level Planning “EMT” Optional PD for Teachers Exxon Mobil Science and NASA PD

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