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Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendents Intensive Support & Innovation Center

Data Presentation To Network

CIVITAS SCHOOL OF LEADERSHIP

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Debrief Last Years Goals Pilot Review Recommendations


Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment English Language Learners will improve one CELDT level. All students will improve in their CST scores. Develop a system to document the progress of students growth.

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Professional Development and Improvement Implementation of professional development will be monitored for implementation and improvement of student achievement. New teachers will be supported by mentor teachers. Administration will provide more observation and review of faculty with structured plans for improvement from those not performing to expectations.
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Debrief Last Years Goals Pilot Review Recommendations

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Student Support A clear, consistent school-wide Positive Behavior Plan will be created and implemented. There will be a clear focus on EL students. All departments will persistently try to accommodate these students with services in order to improve student achievement. Services will include tutoring during advisory or projects periods, scaffolding strategies, more student voice and opportunities to think before they are asked to speak.
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Debrief Last Years Goals Pilot Review Recommendations

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Debrief Last Years Goals Pilot Review Recommendations


Student Outcomes Identify protocols to facilitate data discussions and establish ways to monitor school developed assessments and use them to inform instruction.

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How Will Civitas Move Forward?


The bright spot for Civitas is that everyone sees the severity of our situation in that part of our report stated that unless we show significant improvement in 2012-2013 (March 2013) that we are in danger of shutting down.

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Highlights & Lowlights of 2011-12 Data


Goals & Metrics
10-11 11-12 GAINS

Four-Year Cohort Graduation (%)

37%

55%

18%

Students on Track for Meeting A-G Requirements (%)

36%

44%

8% REDUCTION

Instructional Days Lost to Suspension

89

56

33

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Highlights & Lowlights of 2011-12 Data


Goals & Metrics % English Learners on Track for Acquiring English Proficiency (AMAO1) 10-11 11-12 GAINS

37%

54%

17%

100% Increase in Mathematic and Algebra From 2% to 4% in Mathematics From 3% to 6% in Algebra


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Highlights & Lowlights of 2011-12 Data


Goals & Metrics Your School's Baseline Results 09 - 10 Goal 2: Proficiency for All English Language Arts Secondary - Proficient and Advanced (%) English Language Arts Secondary - Below Basic and Far Below Basic (%) % Long-Term English Learners 10-11 11-12

17%

24%

22%

55% 77%

43% 81%

42% 71%

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Highlights & Lowlights of 2011-12 Data


Goals & Metrics
Your School's Baseline Results
09 -10 10-11 11-12

Goal 2: Proficiency for All Math Secondary Proficient and Advanced (%) Math Secondary - Below Basic and Far Below Basic (%) Algebra - Proficient and Advanced (%) Algebra - Below Basic and Far Below Basic (%)

1% 94% -

2% 93% 3% 94%

4% 85% 6% 78%

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Highlights & Lowlights of 2011-12 Data


Goals & Metrics
Your School's Baseline Results 09 -10 10-11 11-12

Goal 3: 100% Attendance Percentage of Students with 96% or Higher Attendance 48% Percentage of Staff with 96% or Higher Attendance 79%

40%

50%

68%

51%

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What are your instructional foci?


Accountability in students mastering power standards Accountability in being true to established instructional timelines Determining our response to Rigor

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Draft SMART Goals for this School Year


Increase ELA Proficiency and Advanced by 18% (22% to 40%) Increase Algebra by 18% (7% to 25%)

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Draft SMART Goals for this School Year


Implement an instructional feedback system to assure rigor in every classroom. As measured with four (4) observations and feedbacks per week. Implement a clear, consistent school-wide Positive Behavior Plan as measured in the development, communication and consistent use of the written document.
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SMART Goal: By June 2013, the % of students in math classes performing at proficient and
advanced levels will be 25% (18% increase) and students performing at Below Basic and Far Below Basic will not exceed 30% (48% decrease). Core Activities: 1. Establish list of Power Standards Timelines Aug 13, 2012 Measurement List of all grade level and or subject standards with number of CST questions

Core Activity #1

2. Develop a timeline to teach all standards


3. Remediate all students that have not mastered the standard(s) in the current cycle

Aug 22, 2012

Timeline of evaluation dates of specific standards.


Students must show mastery of each standard during intervention and or doubleblock

Ongoing as established by the cycle of each department and or subject

Concerns / Issues? Some teachers will use the CoreK12 assessment tools, some will use teacher generated assessments. Need to assure that we capture all of the data.

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SMART Goal: By June 2013, the % of students in math classes performing at proficient and
advanced levels will be 25% (18% increase) and students performing at Below Basic and Far Below Basic will not exceed 30% (48% decrease). Core Activities: 4. Receive feedback on instruction using STANDARDS BASED CLASSROOM OBSERVATION PROTOCOL FOR EDUCATORS (SCOPE) Timelines Ongoing four (4) observations per week with feedback to teacher within 3 days of observations. Measurement Timeline of evaluation dates of specific standards.

Core Activity #1

5. Math every day for Algebra 1 15 October and Geometry

Schedule are changed

Concerns / Issues? Changing the schedule once the year has started. Grading window and assuring that all of the previous data is secure. I need to pace myself to assure that instructional issues vice operational concerns are my priorities.

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SMART Goal: By June 2013, the % of students in English classes performing at proficient and
advanced levels will be 40% (18% increase) and students performing at Below Basic and Far Below Basic will not exceed 25% (17% decrease). Core Activities: 1. Establish list of Power Standard. Timelines Aug 13, 2012 Measurement List of all grade level and or subject standards with number of CST questions

Core Activity #1

2. Develop a timeline to teach all standards


3. Remediate all students that have not mastered the standard(s) in the current cycle

Aug 22, 2012

Timeline of evaluation dates of specific standards.


Students must show mastery of each standard during intervention and or doubleblock

Ongoing as established by the cycle of each department and or subject

Concerns / Issues? Some teachers will use the CoreK12 assessment tools, some will use teacher generated assessments. Need to assure that we capture all of the data.

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SMART Goal: By June 2013, the % of students in English classes performing at proficient and
advanced levels will be 40% (18% increase) and students performing at Below Basic and Far Below Basic will not exceed 25% (17% decrease). Core Activities: 4. Receive feedback on instruction using STANDARDS BASED CLASSROOM OBSERVATION PROTOCOL FOR EDUCATORS (SCOPE) 5. English every day for ELA grades 9 and 10. 6. Intervention Reading for Students with a reading level below the 4th grade. Timelines Ongoing four (4) observations per week with feedback to teacher within 3 days of observations. Measurement Timeline of evaluation dates of specific standards.

Core Activity #1

15 October

Schedule are changed

11 Oct list of students --15 Oct Students programmed

Monthly review of progress

Concerns / Issues? I have yet to secure a 9th grade English teacher. I need to have a strong teacher trained in reading intervention, i.e. Read 180.

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SMART Goal: By June 2013, the % of students in English classes performing at proficient and
advanced levels will be 40% (18% increase) and students performing at Below Basic and Far Below Basic will not exceed 25% (17% decrease). Core Activities: 7. School wide reading program Timelines 11 Oct - AR tested Measurement All Students have taken the AR test.

Core Activity #1

22 October - Announce the school-wide reading program

Bulletin, Flyers, PA announcements with monthly goal to 1,000,000 words.


Monthly review of progress

Monthly Celebration

Concerns / Issues? Incentives and sponsors for celebrations.

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SMART Goal: : By June 2013, assure that every teacher has fully implement the five

elements of the Standard Base Classroom Observation Protocol for Educators (SCOPE) as documented in their record of classroom observation and corresponding student performance.
Core Activities Timelines 1. Compare and Contrast SCOPE to the Teacher and September 14, 2012 Learning Framework Measurement Contrast the specific measurement of SCOPE over and against TLF Documented Individual conference with each teacher. PD where each teacher does an observation and calibrates use. Four observations and feedback to teachers each week.

Core Activity #1

2. Train Staff on the Scope

October 12, 2012

3. Implement use of Scope

Oct 8, 2012

Concerns / Issues? time implement week. Keeping A l l My Yo u tto h consistently Achiev i n g - per Co re B e l i e the f s feedback constructive. (NOT always sunny) 20 with Start Families are our Success in the Diversity is our Effective teaching,
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SMART Goal: by June 2013, Implement a clear, consistent school-wide Positive Behavior Plan as
measured in the development, communication and consistent use of the written document.
Core Activities 1. Develop the Civitas Positive Behavior Plan Present to Staff and portion to the Students Timelines Aug 07, 2012 Measurement Document printed

Core Activity #1

2.

Aug 13, 2012 Staff, Aug 16, 2012 Students

Document emailed, hard copy and briefed to staff for familiarity and input. Indicators: No electronics in the class, implementation of lunch and afterschool detention, weekly recognitions and periodic awards

3. 4.

Implement on a daily basis Document monthly, Semester review of the policy

Daily Monthly, End of Semester Staff Meeting Dec 07, 12

Concerns / Issues? Consistent implementation by all staff members.

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