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Warren New Tech High School 2013-2014 Self-Assessment Action Plan Area for Study 1: EOC

Test Scores Problem Statement: ata indicates t!at only "2-"#$ of total student %o%ulation %assed t!e EOC e&ams: 'at!( )eadin* and +iolo*y in 2010-2011
Action Plan 1: esired E,idence Strate*ies-- 1(2(3
Incorporate software technology for instructional tool and for review/re teach such as !"E#$% and Class$cape& $tudents will participate in "iteracy and 2emediation !ctivities during 8th period /utoring $essions

Timeline
'(/'/'( implementation date )aily Class$cape *ui++es bi monthly , -enchmar.s per year 3/'5/'' Ongoing& Establishment of rotating core class literacy/ remediation based on students4 benchmar.s% progress reports and report cards 3/'/'' 5'5/'5 $cheduled wee.ly by )ept&

Person.s/ )es%onsible
/esting Coordinator% 0rincipal% 1aculty% $upport $taff

Increase the number of students achieving 85% or higher in EOC exams

0rincipal% "iteracy/2emediation /eam% 1aculty% and $upport staff

Individual teachers in core )epts&

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Warren New Tech High School 2013-2014 Self-Assessment Action Plan Area for Study 1: EOC Test Scores Problem Statement: ata indicates t!at only "2-"#$ of total student %o%ulation %assed t!e EOC e&ams: 'at!( )eadin* and +iolo*y in 2012-2013
Action Plan 1: esired E,idence
Increase the number of students achieving 85% or higher in EOC exams

Strate*ies-- 4
6rowth from -enchmar. to -enchmar.

Timeline
7se 8C released EOC test items -rea.down of 8C$O$ by standards and ob9ective for lessons and pro9ects&

Person.s/ )es%onsible
1aculty

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Warren New Tech High School 2013-2014 Self-Assessment Action Plan Area for Study 2: 0ull 1nte*ration of Core Sub2ects Problem Statement: ue to se%aration of courses students do not see t!e inter-relations!i%s of sub2ects from a *lobal %ers%ecti,e3
Action Plan 2: esired E,idence Strate*ies- -1( 2 Timeline Person.s/ )es%onsible

1ull Integration of Core Class Curriculum with support from selected Electives

)ept& will 9oin by core contents% ie: English/$$ and ;ath/$cience with Electives supporting to develop and implement the first full school wide pro9ect $tudents will wor. on the same topic/unit all classes through school wide pro9ects and collaborations among teacher4 teams

'(/5< '/'5 )epts& will wor. together on a =Eco 1riendly /heme 0ar.> for ?arren Co& Implement /imetable% lesson plans and schedule panels '/'@ 8/', 2evise current classes descriptions and planned pro9ects to reflect and create =/eamed> classes for $chool year 5('@

!ll faculty members

1ull Integration of Core Class Curriculum with support from selected Electives

!dministration% 6uidance%% all faculty and staff

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Warren New Tech High School 2013-2014 Self-Assessment Action Plan Area for Study 3: 4e,el of )i*or in 4esson Plans and Pro2ects Problem Statement: Students demonstrate content mastery but do not a%%lied s5ills in critical t!in5in* about t!e disci%lines tau*!t3

Action Plan 3: esired E,idence
)evelop a set of best management practices for promoting academic excellence through rigor in the classroom )evelop strategies for establishing instructional goals for academic excellence and documenting progress towards these goals

Strate*ies - -1( 2( 3 ( 4
In house training with faculty involving 0rofessional "earning communities focusing on the higher level s.ills Curriculum integration% pro9ect planning and reflection using =Critical 1riends> to evaluate rigor in proposed pro9ects& 0eer observations of fellow faculty and !dministrator 3/'@ '5/',

Timeline

)es%onsible Person.s/
0rincipal and identified faculty members&

'/', 5/',

!dministration% leadership% faculty members

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Essential components of rigor in the classroom will include: Content !cAuisition% Critical /hin.ing% 2elevance% Integration% !pplication% 2etention% 2esponsibility "esson plans will include more rigorous activities& It will be formatted expectations developed by the 0"Cs and reflective in daily lesson plans& Consistent and more rigorous activities will be evident upon classroom observations '/', 5/', Ongoing !dministration% "eadership and 1aculty members

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Warren New Tech High School 2013-2014 Self-Assessment Action Plan Area for Study 4: Parent 1n,ol,ement Problem Statement: 6o e&istin*7establis!ed PTSA( .%arent( teac!er( student association/
Action Plan 4:
esired E,idence Establish a parent organi+ation Strate*ies--1(2(3(4 $end out a flyer during school activities to see interest Offer opportunities in are of interest for parents to volunteer through )igital or live activities 0arents recruited through activities: Echo 8ight% 0anels $paghetti )inner% $tudent Exhibits% /alent $how 0arent $urvey )istribute 0re year% mid year% and post year surveys% analy+e data to evaluate progress of parent involvement Timeline 3/'@ Person.s/ )es%onsible 0/$! 2ecruitment Committee Co Chairs

'(/'@

0/$! 2ecruitment Committee Co Chairs

3/'@ 5/', Ongoing *uarterly !ctivities

!dministration% Committee% all faculty and $taff

3/'@ 5/',

"eadership team and 0/$! Committee

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Area for Study #: Professional 4earnin* Communities Problem Statement: 6o official %rofessional learnin* communities

)esired Evidence

$trategies B'% 5% @

/imeline

0ersonCsD2esponsible

/hrough $taff )evelopment faculty will be trained in the development and maintenance of 0"Cs )evelop 0rofessional "earning Communities on needed topics

Identified trainerCsD will meet with all faculty& "eadership team and faculty will evaluate needed topics for the development of 0"C through $taff% )ept& discussions% and $urvey ;on.ey

1all $emester 5('@

!dministrator% In Eouse trainer !dministrator and "eadership /eam

3/'@ 5/', Ongoing

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Consistent use of 0"Cs to address ongoing instructional and school culture issues

Increased communication and curriculum planning among grade level teachers and sub9ects through Echo% =Critical 1riends%> as 0"Cs on a wee.ly basis

3/'@ 5/', Ongoing

!ll faculty and $taff

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0roficient is defined as the student scored at or above a "evel III on the 8th grade math and reading EO6 tests& ©North Carolina New Schools Project Page 9 of 10

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0ercent of students in your school compared to larger school5 Cfor redesignsD or "E! Cfor early collegesD& $ee footnote& 8umber of students ta.ing college credit bearing courses Cdoes not include !0 coursesD 8umber of students ta.ing non credit bearing CdevelopmentalD college courses 8umber of students ta.ing honors level E$ courses 8umber of students who attended your school in 5((3 '( or any part thereof and transferred to another high school in your district for the 5('( '' school year Cattach narrative of explanationD 8umber of students assigned to an alternative school or program from your school during the 5('( '' school year Cattach narrative of explanationD '(3 ( 38 ', (

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/he larger school refers to the population of all students on the campus% includin* the identified redesigned high school& ©North Carolina New Schools Project Page 10 of 10