Welcome to John Will Elementary School! - PC\|MAC

Welcome to John Will Elementary School! - PC\|MAC

Welcome to John Will Elementary School! Quarter 1 ACIP Review November 8, 2016 About John Will Elementary School John Will was established in 1965. The student-teacher ratio is approximately 19 - 1.

Demographics at John Will consists of 93% AfricanAmericans, 5% Asian/Hispanic, and 2% Caucasian. The student body population consists of 58% male and 42% female. Staff of John Will Elementary School consists of the principal, 31 homeroom teachers, four special education teachers, one ESL teacher, a full-time counselor, a shared assistant principal, a media specialist, a physical education teacher, a reading intervention teacher who

serves as title I facilitator, several paraprofessionals, office staff, cafeteria staff and custodians. John Will Elementary School Deidre Jefferson, Principal ACIP Quarter 1 Review Tuesday, November 8,2016 1:00 p.m. Agenda

Welcome, Ms. Jefferson, Principal Introduction of ACIP Meeting Participants Review of ACIP Plan (ACIP Committee) Review of Goals, Strategies, Activities & Data Additional Comments, Mrs. Angela Moore, School Improvement Specialist Next Steps Members

Name Phaedra Fox Position Assistant Superintendent Deidre Jefferson

School Principal Angela Moore Courtney Ellis April Reed Norma Maxwell Courtney Garner Lacey James

Theresa Robinson School Improvement Specialist Reading Intervention/Title I School Counselor Special Education Teacher Classroom Teacher (K) Classroom Teacher (1st )

Classroom Teacher (2nd) Cortney Rose Sabrina Chaney Ruth Marshall Henry Holt Classroom Teacher (3rd)

Classroom Teacher (4th) Classroom Teacher (5th) Parent Our Goals John Will Elementary School will increase

STAR reading proficiency levels (LSI/Goal 5). Measurable Objective Goal #5 A 2% increase of Third, Fourth and Fifth grade students will demonstrate a proficiency (at or above benchmark) moving from 15% (Fall 2016) to 17%

(Spring 2017) in the 50th to 74th percentile in Reading by 06/02/2017 as measured by STAR reading reports. John Will Elementary School will increase STAR reading proficiency levels. Strategy Response to Instruction - All regular and special education teachers will

utilize RTI and the K-3 literacy framework to implement a systematic approach to instruction using direct and explicit instruction, progress monitoring, formative assessments, and student interventions.

Activities Close Reading Tier II & Tier III Instruction Differentiated Instruction Reteaching & Retesting Sonday System Coaching & Modeling PST

STAR Walls Problem Solving Team Handouts STAR John Will Elementary School

will engage and empower the learner through high quality K-12 aligned College & Career Ready Standards, instruction, and assessment for all core content areas. Measurable Objective

Demonstrate a proficiency by students in grades K-5 making a 4% increase in reading, scoring at or above benchmark by 06/02/2017 as measured by DIBELS, STAR, EQT, and ACT/ASPIRE, quarterly. John Will Elementary School will engage and empower the learner through high quality K-12 aligned College & Career Ready Standards, instruction, and assessment for all core content areas.

Strategy Reading Comprehension - All teachers in grades K-5 will prepare students to be college and career ready. This will be implemented by providing direct explicit instruction, following the Cycle of Instruction, and by using Common Core

Standards to engage students in real world reading activities. Activities Tier II & Tier III Instruction Close Reading Reteaching & Retesting Extended Day Tutoring

Walls to Success Reading EQTs Extended Day Tutoring SPECIAL POPULATION

ACT Aspire Screening for 2nd Grade Extended Day Students ACT Aspire Screening for 3rd Grade Extended Day Students ACT Aspire Screening for 4th Grade Extended Day Students

ACT Aspire Screening for 5th Grade Extended Day Students Writing John Will Elementary School shall prepare

and support teachers to graduate college and career ready students. Measurable Objective A 2% increase of Kindergarten, First and Second grade students will demonstrate a proficiency in letter naming fluency, phoneme segmentation

fluency, nonsense word fluency and/or oral reading fluency in Reading by 05/19/2017 as measured by DIBELS. John Will Elementary School shall prepare and support teachers to graduate college and career ready students. Strategies Strategy 1: Data Meetings - Teachers will be provided with professional development,

during data meetings, to review DIBELS data and to discuss how to help students meet benchmarks. Strategy 2: Guidance & Counseling - Students will complete modified multiple intelligence surveys to explore their own, personal learning style and complete a mock college

application to peek their interest in furthering their education during "college week". Activities DIBELS Sonday System Multiple Intelligence Surveys

College Week DIBELS John Will Elementary School will prepare and support students through student

support services. Measurable Objective Demonstrate a behavior by increasing student attendance by 06/01/2017 as measured by student attendance through iNow. John Will Elementary School will prepare and

support students through student support services. Strategies Strategy 1: Increase Student Attendance - All teachers will recognize and award students who have perfect attendance. Strategy 2: Parent Involvement Communications will be sent to parents through monthly

newsletters, progress reports, school website, school marquee, Twitter, and Facebook. Activities Attendance Celebrations Awards & Recognition

Communication Average Daily Attendance Awards & Certificates John Will Elementary School shall provide

digital tools and resources to all educators and students. Measurable Objective A 4% increase of Third, Fourth and Fifth grade students will increase student growth and demonstrate proficiency in Mathematics by 06/02/2017 as measured by STAR Math (3 sessions) and ACT Aspire (Summative).

John Will Elementary School shall provide digital tools and resources to all educators and students. Strategy Activity Reteaching and Retesting - Teachers

will use data from STAR Math to determine which standards have not been mastered. Teachers will use small group instruction, Tier II and Tier III interventions, and reteaching and retesting as aligned with Will's action plan.

During data meetings, teachers were taught how to analyze STAR Math data in order to create groups for small group instruction. Math EQTs STRIDE Academy

Stride Usage in Minutes 20,000 18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000

6,000 4,000 2,000 0 K 1st

2nd Reading 3rd Math Science

4th 5th Our Next Steps Thanks for Your Support!

See ya next quarter!

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