Welcome Back 2012-2013 - Vivi Watt

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Welcome Back 2012-2013 - Vivi Watt

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Pueblo Magnet High School“When in doubt, choose change.” – Lily Leung : 

Pueblo Magnet High School“When in doubt, choose change.” – Lily Leung Welcome to the 2012-2013 School Year!

Welcome Warriors : 

Welcome Warriors

Perspectives on School Improvement : 

Perspectives on School Improvement To change results at Pueblo, we need to have a different mission, a different mindset and a different context. People Change – consistency, collaboration, accountability, etc. System Change – common curriculum, instruction, bell schedule, vision, mission, etc. Planned Change – we do it!

School Improvement IndicatorsResearch Based Guidelines*KEYS for Pueblo Focus : 

School Improvement IndicatorsResearch Based Guidelines*KEYS for Pueblo Focus

School Improvement Plan : 

School Improvement Plan Pueblo’s plan is a planned change with people and system changes. OCR- Desegration Plan Focus on Magnets: Communication Arts & Technology, College Preparatory and Dual Language/ELL AdvancED Recommendations Vision/Mission Continuous Improvement Plan Common Curriculum Title 1 Plan 10% increase in Reading on10th grade AIMS 10% increase in Math on 10th grade AIMS 3 Year Plan Draft 2012-2013 Increase Academic Achievement Provide Interventions Reduce Discipline Issues

Pueblo Accountability to Arizona : 

Pueblo Accountability to Arizona The new A-F Accountability Letter Grade System was created to provide clear, easy-to-understand information to parents so that they could base their educational decisions on the best information available about the overall academic performance of schools and districts. The new A-F letter grade system better informs parents on how different schools measure-up on total academic performance because it evaluates both academic outcomes and academic growth. Including student academic growth in an accountability system is particularly important because it takes into account the unique student demographics of each school, and the different challenges those raise. The Arizona State Board of Education adopted the new formula, in which both academic outcomes and academic growth are weighted the same. The letter grade descriptions are similar to what you would find on a student report card: “A” - excellent level of performance, “B” - above average level of performance, “C” - average level of performance, “D”

How A-F School Accountability Points are Calculated Academic Growth Points + Academic Outcomes Points = School’s A-F Letter Grade Score (100 possible) (100 possible) (200 total possible points) : 

How A-F School Accountability Points are Calculated Academic Growth Points + Academic Outcomes Points = School’s A-F Letter Grade Score (100 possible) (100 possible) (200 total possible points) Academic growth is determined by comparing the change in AIMS test scores from one year to the next for similarly achieving students across the state. This is done to evaluate how well a school is growing its students, academically, as they advance from one grade to the next. Growth 100 pts. Achievement 100 pts.

Pueblo Letter Grade = DA = 140-200, B= 120-139, C=100-119, D=0-99 : 

Pueblo Letter Grade = DA = 140-200, B= 120-139, C=100-119, D=0-99

Change“By changing nothing, nothing changes.” – Tony Robbins : 

Change“By changing nothing, nothing changes.” – Tony Robbins

Change“The best thing you can do is the right thing; the next best thing you can do is the wrong thing; the worst thing you can do is nothing.” – Theodore Roosevelt : 

Change“The best thing you can do is the right thing; the next best thing you can do is the wrong thing; the worst thing you can do is nothing.” – Theodore Roosevelt

Pueblo Instructional Quad“It doesn’t matter where you are, you are nowhere compared to where you can go.” – Bob Proctor : 

Pueblo Instructional Quad“It doesn’t matter where you are, you are nowhere compared to where you can go.” – Bob Proctor

Change “You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt : 

Change “You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Change“If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” – Tony Robbins : 

Change“If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.” – Tony Robbins

Why Peer Coaching?“A year from now you will wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb : 

Why Peer Coaching?“A year from now you will wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb

Change“Nothing diminishes anxiety faster than action.” – Walter Anderson : 

Change“Nothing diminishes anxiety faster than action.” – Walter Anderson

Common Core“Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn : 

Common Core“Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn Introduction to Common Core Ongoing PD for Common Core implementation throughout the year starting with Ki:s 1st semester Work in PLCs on developing common assessments (2nd semester?)

RTI Model for Behavior(Restorative) : 

RTI Model for Behavior(Restorative) Support Services Team – Social Worker, Learning Support Coordinator, Drop-Out Prevention, Family Mentor Specialist, etc. Academic Support Team – Administrator, Counselor, Liaison Classroom Teachers Restorative Circles, Tutoring, Outside Resources, One on One Referrals from Teachers, Weekly Monitoring, Tutoring, Academic & Attendance Plans, Weekly Checks Restorative Practice, EEI Strategies, Peer Coaching, PLCs

RTI Model for Academics : 

RTI Model for Academics PAL, Reading and Math Support (Title 1), Dual Language, 21st Century Grant, AP Support Classes Weekly benchmarking (formative assessments, differentiation, closure) Identification of deficient skills Small group interventions with a strategic focus on deficiencies

Pueblo’s RTI Model“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” – Maria Robinson : 

Pueblo’s RTI Model“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” – Maria Robinson What would it look like?

RTI Tier I in the Classroom : 

RTI Tier I in the Classroom All teachers will: Pre assess all students Formatively assess daily and progress monitor weekly (benchmark) Interpret results Adjust instruction – provide interventions in the classroom, differentiate (Tier I)

Teachers Driving the Change : 

Teachers Driving the Change The single most important variable in student achievement is the teacher. Teachers are the professionals who move their schools toward positive change. “You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” – A.A. Milne We will support you. Let’s make change together! Have a great year!

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