C-FBISD VISION

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All students will meet the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) at the satisfactory or advanced level and graduate college-ready and/or workforce ready without remediation.

Central Elementary CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN
2011-2012

Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District Becky Taylor Principal

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Nancy Cline, President James Goode, Vice President Richard Fleming, Secretary Lynn Chaffin, Assistant Secretary Frank Shor, Board Member Nancy Watten, Board Member Karin Webb, Board Member

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

C-FBISD GOAL The Goal of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD is high achievement for all students.
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVES
Supporting Objective 1:
Continuously increase student achievement


CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH SCHOOLS
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS Creekview Early College Newman Smith R. L. Turner Ranchview

Supporting Objective 2:
Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Supporting Objective 3:
MIDDLE SCHOOLS Blalack Bush Field Long Perry Polk

Continuously increase operational effectiveness

Blair Blanton Carrollton Central Country Place Davis Farmers Branch Freeman Furneaux Good Kent Landry Las Colinas La Villita McCoy McKamy McLaughlin McWhorter Rainwater Riverchase Rosemeade Sheffield Intermediate Sheffield Primary Stark Strickland Thompson CENTERS

Supporting Objective 4:
Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Mary Grimes Education Center Salazar Transition School Kelly Pre-K Center Huie Education Center CLC Learning Complex

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CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES
BUSINESS/COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES: Bobby McMillen Paula Cabrera Garcia STAFF REPRESENTATIVES: Kari Winchester At Large Group 1 Amy Romero At Large Group 2 Sonia Mazaheri Pre K Antonio Flores Kindergarten PARENT REPRESENTATIVES: Lori Smith First Grade Maria Uvaldo Chelsey Reher Second Grade ADMINISTRATORS: Becky Taylor Kim Chow Tina Flatt Patty Fair Assia Houston Fourth Grade Katie Nickerson Third Grade Amanda Moore Fifth Grade

CAMPUS PLAN REVIEW : Chair Signature Chair Signature Date Date Chair Signature Chair Signature Date Date

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C-FBISD VISION
All students will meet the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) at the satisfactory or advanced level and graduate college-ready and/or workforce ready without remediation.

GRADUATE PROFILE
Graduates of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD are:

MISSION
Together with families and community we commit all district resources to guide the learning of each student to graduate as:  A responsible individual  A passionate life-long learner  A complex thinker  An effective communicator

Responsible individuals who:
     Model productive citizenship Practice successful personal management Demonstrate character values and ethical behavior Appreciate the value of diversity Function effectively as team members

Competent learners who:
     Continually pursue and integrate knowledge Achieve academic standards Apply various forms of technology Seek educational and career options Produce quality products

STATEMENT OF BELIEFS
We believe that:  The economic, political and societal success of our country depends upon a quality education for all.  Diversity strengthens the community and enriches the fabric of our society.  It is the responsibility of the entire community to partner in the educational process.  Learning occurs best in a safe, orderly and nurturing environment.  Belonging to a family, to a school and to a community is vital, and this sense of belonging advances learning.  People learn at different rates, have different capacities and that each person’s educational path deserves to be valued equally.  Learning empowers people to reach their full potential: physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally  Everyone is a teacher, everyone is a learner.

Complex thinkers who:
   Solve problems critically Create original ideas and solutions Understand and apply systems thinking

Effective communicators who:
    Read with understanding Interpret information Interact through listening and speaking Write clearly

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TARGET AREAS

Title I – Targeted Assisted (TA)
Must address the 8 components of a Targeted Assisted Program TA 1. TA 2. TA 3. TA 4. TA 5. TA 6. TA 7. TA 8. Resources used to help children meet state academic achievement standards Planning for identified students incorporated into existing school planning Methods and strategies based on scientifically based research TA program is coordinated with and supports regular educational programs Highly qualified teachers Professional Development Increase parental involvement Coordination of federal, state, and local services

Title I – School-wide Components (TS)
TS 1. Comprehensive needs assessment TS 2. School-wide reform strategies TS 3. Highly qualified teachers TS 4. Professional development TS 5. Strategies to attract high-quality highly qualified teachers to high-need schools TS 6. Parental involvement TS 7. Assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs TS 8. Measures to include teachers in the decisions regarding use of academic assessments. TS 9. Students difficulties identified on a timely basis TS 10. Coordination and integration between federal, state, and local services.

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF Performance Targets: Employee  Job Satisfaction  Campus Environment  Curriculum and Instruction Student:  Attendance Rate  Disciplinary Placements SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM Performance Targets: Education Productivity Index (EPI)  API  SPI Parent Satisfaction Employee  Campus Communications

Performance Targets: Academic Performance Index (API)  STAAR – Satisfactory  STAAR – Advanced Recognized/Exemplary Distinction Designations AYP

Performance Targets: Staff Productivity Index (SPI)

HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 1

Continuously increase student achievement

Performance Target: Academic Performance Index (API): STAAR – Satisfactory; Recognized/Exemplary Distinction Designations; AYP
ACTION STRATEGY
Provide after school tutoring to accelerate learning for all students demonstrating weakness in a core curriculum area. Utilize Des Cartes Learning Continuums to drive instruction

PERSON RESPONSIBLE
B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers B. Taylor, Principal MAP grade level teachers (2nd and 5th)

TIMELINE
September May Fall Winter Spring

EVALUATION/ MEASURE
Unit Assessments Progress Reports Report Cards 2012 MAP reports: a minimum of 75% of students who receive language arts instruction in English will meet target growth Universal Screenings District Assessments Section 504 MAP STAAR PLCs

RESOURCES
Tutorial materials for Reading, Math, and Science

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 3 TS 8 TS 9 TS 1 TS 8 TS 10 TS I TS 2 TS 3 TS 4 TS 5 TS 10

MAP

Utilize instructional facilitators, coaches, and specialists to effectively implement curriculum.

B. Taylor, Principal

August - June

Title I Instructional Staff $125,721.79

Provide acceleration for students identified as At Risk through small group instruction during and after the school day to close achievement gap for students performing below grade level.

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom teachers Retired teacher tutors Instructional Facilitators ELL Aide

August - June

Student Data District Assessments Progress Monitoring SNAP STAAR

6117 Title I Extra Duty Pay $38,000 Comp ED $127,071.64

TS I TS 2 TS 3 TS 4 TS 8 TS 9 TS 10

Move students forward in acquiring literacy skills through accelerated instruction

Bilingual Title I Assistant Homeroom teachers K-5

August - June

STAAR Classroom assessments Grades each nine weeks Teacher lesson plans CATCH documentation

Title I Bilingual $23,681.82

TS 1

Incorporate portions of the Fitnessgram in daily CATCH activities

August - June

CATCH Activity Boxes

TS 2 TS 3

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Increase the Healthy Fitness Zone for the Push Ups to 75% and the Sit ‘n Reach to 70%

Jamie Roach, physical education teacher

August - June

Fitnessgram Reports 2010 – 2011 and 2011 and 2012

CATCH Curriculum

TS 2 TS 3

Supporting Objective 1

Continuously increase student achievement

Performance Target: Academic Performance Index (API): STAAR - Advanced; Recognized/Exemplary Distinction Designations
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE TIMELINE EVALUATION/ MEASURE RESOURCES
Curriculum GT Curriculum ACE Communication Card STELLAR & GLAD strategies 6329 & 6328 Title I Supplies and Materials $15,500  Classroom libraries  Library Books 6399 Title I Supplies and Materials Instructional materials math, reading, science instructional $3,000 6412 Title I Other Operating Expenses $2,000 MAP Results (2nd & 5th) RIT scores Progress Report grades Report Card grades District assessments Individual Progress Monitoring Charts GT Curriculum MAP goal strategies COL Rubrics Progress Charts

TITLE I COMPONENT

Implement small group enrichment for Tier I students

Classroom teachers

Daily

On-going assessment SMART Goals STAAR results

TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4 TS 8 TS 10

Participate in goal setting activities to monitor students’ individual progress

Classroom teachers

Fall Winter Spring

TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Monitor level of questioning and classroom discourse to increase rigor

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers Instructional facilitators, coaches, specialists Instructional Team Tina Flatt

October – May

Lesson Plans-planned questions Snowflake mics recordings ActivBoards iPads Teacher reflections Book study and article reviews

A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, And Assessing: A Revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives

6399 Title I Supplies and Materials Prof. Dev. Books $3,000

Professional articles Sandra Kaplan – Depth and Complexity Icons OL Essential Questions/UBD 6395 Technology Title I Supplies and Materials Technology $5,703.21 SNAP District Assessments Data COL RtI MAP STAAR 6117 Title I Extra Duty Pay $2,000 Cub Team Time Substitute teachers

TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4

Increase Academic Performance Index (API)

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers Instructional Facilitators, Coaches, Specialists Instructional Team B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers Instructional facilitators, coaches, and specialists Instructional Team

August – May

ERG Ranking

TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4 TS 5 TS 8 TS 9 TS 10 TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4 TS 5 TS 8

Implement vertical team meetings to determine instructional gains and areas exhibiting gaps in learning

November March

Meeting minutes Developed plans of action District Data SMART Goals

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Employee: Job Satisfaction – I would recommend this campus to a friend as a good place to work.
ACTION STRATEGY
Review 2010 – 2011 Employee Opinion Survey with Staff

PERSON RESPONSIBLE
B. Taylor, Principal

TIMELINE

EVALUATION/ MEASURE
Compare past survey with 2011 – 2012 Employee Opinion Survey Results

RESOURCES
Employee Opinion Survey

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 2 TS 5 TS 10 TS 1 TS 2 TS 5 TS 10 TS 5 TS 10

October

Analyze 2010 – 2011 Employee Opinion Survey and receive staff feedback

B. Taylor, Principal

October

Staff feedback

Employee Opinion Survey results

Compare past survey with 2011 – 2012

Employee Opinion Survey
Feedback form

Emphasize technology available in the classrooms

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers

Throughout the year

Increased number of recruitment and retention of highly qualified teachers

Personnel

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Employee: Campus Environment – I would characterize my campus as having a positive attitude.
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE TIMELINE EVALUATION/ MEASURE
Compare 2011 and 2012 Employee Opinion Survey results

RESOURCES
Employee Opinion Surveys 2011 and 2012

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 6 TS 7 TS 10 TS 1 TS 6 TS 7 TS 10 TS 2 TS 6 TS 10

Review Employee Opinion Survey with staff

B. Taylor, Principal

October

Review Achieving Quality Together Community Survey with staff

B. Taylor, Principal

October

Compare 2011 and 2012 Achieving Quality Together Community Survey results

Achieving Quality Together results
May and August Kinder Round UP

Provide for campus-wide recognitions and celebrations honoring accomplishments of students and staff.

B. Taylor, Principal Committees

August – May

Input from faculty, students, and parents

Quarterly assemblies Staff celebrations

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Employee: Curriculum and Instruction – Teachers work amicably together on common problems.
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE
B. Taylor, Principal Team Facilitators Instructional Specialists Instructional Team

TIMELINE

EVALUATION/ MEASURE
PLC meetings Agendas Conferences with faculty and Instructional Specialists

RESOURCES
Specialists COL Articles Lesson Studies Time

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4 TS 5 TS 8 TS 1 TS 2 TS 3 TS 4

Participate in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in Language Arts, Math, and Science

Weekly

Participate in campus committees to solve problems and improve learning

K. Chow, Assistant Principal Teachers

Monthly

Committee meetings Agendas Minutes

Committee time Teachers

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Student: Attendance Rate
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE TIMELINE EVALUATION/ MEASURE RESOURCES
Parent Notification letters (TEAMS) District attendance officer Home visits and/or calls CIS 6399 Title I Supplies and Materials $2,000 Certificates Awards

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 2 TS 6 TS 9 TS 10

Maintain an attendance rate of 98% or better for all students and student populations

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers Attendance Clerk

Review each month or when requested by teachers

Attendance Records SNAP

Recognize students for perfect attendance

Attendance clerk Classroom Teachers

Quarterly

Attendance Records

TS 1 TS 2 TS 6 TS 9 TS 10

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Provide extra curricular opportunities for students to participate in activities that foster attendance, develop student interests, talents, and leadership skills

Teacher sponsors

September – May

Student enrollment in interest groups Attendance records

6399 Title I Supplies and Materials $4,000 Student Activities ~ Choir, Origami Club, Safety Patrol, Caught Reading, Green Team, Student Council, Homework Club, iPad Club, Fit Club, Tutoring Clubs, Math Club, and Paw Pride Sponsors

TS 1 TS 2 TS 9 TS 10

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Student: Disciplinary Placements
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE
Classroom teachers Consult with Marcia Murray, BRS Stacey Rodriguez, Counselor Stacey Rodriguez, Counselor Classroom teachers Stacey Rodriguez, Counselor

TIMELINE

EVALUATION/ MEASURE

RESOURCES

TITLE I COMPONENT

Implement individualized behavior charts

August – May

Behavior Charts results Parent input

Behavior Charts Incentives

TS 3 TS 6

Participate in guidance lessons

August – May

Behavior

Guidance lessons

TS 3

Participate in

R – Time activities

August – May

Behavior

R – Time lessons 6399 Title I Supplies and Materials $1,000 Paw Pride Student of the Week Cub Compliment Contest

TS 2 TS 3

Participate in positive reinforcement programs

Stacey Rodriguez, Counselor

August – May

Behavior

TS 1 TS 3

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 3

Continuously increase operational effectiveness

Performance Target: Staff Productivity Index (SPI)
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE TIMELINE EVALUATION/ MEASURE RESOURCES
SBEC PDAS Focused Walk-Throughs Summative Appraisals

TITLE I COMPONENT TS 1

Examine campus staffing efficiency and make recommendation(s) to Central Office

B. Taylor, Principal

January – March

Staffing Cost Budget

Staff 100% of classrooms with Highly Qualified Teachers during the 2011 – 2012 school year.

B. Taylor, Principal

August – May

Individual Certifications

Personnel

TS 3

Supporting Objective 4

Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Performance Target: Education Productivity Index (EPI); API; SPI
ACTION STRATEGY PERSON RESPONSIBLE TIMELINE EVALUATION/ MEASURE
Staff development EPI < 24 API < 23 SPI < 71

RESOURCES

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 2 TS 10

Increase awareness of EPI Ranking, API and SPI using Educational Resource Group (ERG) data

B. Taylor, Principal

September – June

ERG data

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 4

Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Performance Target: Parent Satisfaction
ACTION STRATEGY
Improve to 90% + Satisfied/Very Satisfied in all areas of Parent Survey – Achieving Quality

PERSON RESPONSIBLE
B. Taylor, Principal

TIMELINE

EVALUATION/ MEASURE
Compare 2012 survey with 2011 survey

RESOURCES
Achieving Quality Together Surveys

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 6

Together

Spring 2012

Provide parent awareness of campus educational expectations, STAAR assessment updates, and share Best Practice strategies to use at home during scheduled PTA meetings, Parent Orientation, Family School Nights, Kinder Kamp, Pre K Round Up, and Parent Education Participate in student performances to develop confidence and fine arts skills

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers Instructional Facilitators Consulting Services

August – May

Parent sign in sheets Meeting agendas

Title I Parent Involvement 3.5% $2754.61 6291 Consulting Services $1,500 Performance materials Membership flyers 6399 Title I General Supplies and Materials $1,000 Sign in Sheets TAKS and MAP Flyers (appropriate grade levels) Awards Assemblies Certificates

TS 6 TS 7

Activity teachers

September – May

Parental presence Student performance

TS 6

Encourage PTA membership participation by faculty, staff, and parents

B. Taylor, Principal PTA Board

October

Compare 2010-2011 and 2011 – 2012 membership numbers

TS 6

Encourage all parents to attend Parent Teacher Conferences

B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers B. Taylor, Principal Classroom Teachers Instructional Team

October

Documented attendance

TS 6

Recognize students for high achievement

Quarterly

Awards

TS 6

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 4

Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Performance Target: Employee: Campus Communication – School has system of communication that’s open, regular and honest
ACTION STRATEGY
Analyze Employee

PERSON RESPONSIBLE
B. Taylor, Principal

TIMELINE
October

EVALUATION/ MEASURE
Team feedback sheet

RESOURCES
Employee Survey Employee feedback Instructional Team Lesson Plans Monday Sessions attendance Professional Development

TITLE I COMPONENT
TS 1 TS 2 TS 5 TS 10 TS 1 TS 3 TS 4 TS 10

Opinion Survey

Identify areas of instructional needs while promoting a positive and productive work environment among faculty and staff

B. Taylor, Principal Grade Level Facilitators Campus Leadership Team

Quarterly, or when needed

Walk Throughs Sign in sheets at PLCs Agendas Team Meeting Minutes Informal conferences

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

ERG Performance Index Education Productivity Index (EPI) Academic Performance Index (API) Staff Productivity Index (SPI)

2010 Rank 24 23 71

2011 Target 20 20 61

2011 Rank

2012 Target

2012 Rank

Employee Opinion Survey

2011 Result 81% 68% 82% 68%

2012 Target 90% 90% 90% 90%

2012 Result

recommend this campus to a friend as a good place to work. Employee Campus Environment – I would characterize my campus as having a positive atmosphere. on common problems.
Employee Curriculum and Instruction Support – Teachers work amicably together Employee Campus Communication –

Employee Job Satisfaction – I would

RESULTS - 2012 PROGRESS TOWARD TARGETS # of Targets Met # of Targets Not Met Percent at Target

School has system of communication that’s open, regular and honest.
AEIS Campus Rating Student Attendance Rate Students with Disciplinary Placements Achieving Quality Together (Parent Survey) Very Satisfied or Satisfied with District Very Satisfied or Satisfied with Campus

2011 Result Recognized 96.9% 4.9% 2011 Result 95.6% 96.7%

2012 Target Recognized 98% 3% 2012 Target 97% 97%

2012 Result

C-FBISD

ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP) Met AYP 2008 2009 2010 2011 Met Met Met Met Met

2012 Result

Target 2012 Results 2012

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THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 1

Continuously increase student achievement
READING/ELA
MATHEMATICS
2012 % ADV Target Result

2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM Target

READING/ELA

2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

2012 % ADV Result

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

100 83 n/a 83 75 100 79 83

100 83 n/a 83 75 100 79 83

43 29 n/a 28 23 73 29 29

43 30 n/a 28 23 73 29 29

100 93 n/a 93 90 100 84 94

100 93 n/a 93 90 100 84 94

43 36 n/a 37 31 76 34 36

50 36 n/a 37 32 77 34 40

SCIENCE WRITING
WRITING 2011
% PASS

SCIENCE
2012 % ADV Target Result

2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM Target

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

2012 % ADV Result

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

n/a 94 n/a 93 90 100 82 93

n/a 94 n/a 93 90 100 83 93

n/a 27 n/a 26 20 50 10 27

n/a 27 n/a 26 20 52 11 28

n/a 83 n/a 83 69 100 75 84

n/a 84 n/a 84 70 100 80 90

n/a 36 n/a 39 19 82 25 39

n/a 37 n/a 40 20 85 26 45

SOCIAL STUDIES
SOCIAL STUDIES 2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM Target

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

2012 % ADV Result

RESULTS - 2012 PROGRESS TOWARD TARGETS # of Targets Met # of Targets Not Met Percent at Target SATISFACTORY ADVANCED

MATHEMATICS

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