College Station Independent School District - Annual Campus Improvement Plan for Greens Prairie Elementary 2018-2019 - College Station ISD

 
College Station Independent School District - Annual Campus Improvement Plan for Greens Prairie Elementary 2018-2019 - College Station ISD
College Station Independent School District
              Annual Campus Improvement Plan for
                  Greens Prairie Elementary
                         2018-2019

                      Board Approval Date: DRAFT

                        Mission Statement

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Success Each Life, Each Day, Each Hour

                                                                     Vision
All learners in CSISD will be afforded real world, challenging, authentic experiences that develop their creativity, confidence, and competence
in a safe and healthy learning environment that celebrates diversity through meaningful relationships.

Together, as a community, we will work to prepare our students to meet the needs of their future success each life, each day, each hour.

                                                                     Board Commitments

    CSISD will ...
    ●     Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated staff.
    ●     Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.
    ●     Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or
          her full potential.
    ●     Create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family.
    ●     Commit to the responsible use of taxpayer resources.

                                                                              Goals

    1. Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated teachers and staff.
    2. Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum to achieve the profile of a learner.
    3. Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the emotional, social, physical, and academic needs of each student, and provide the
       opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential.
    4. Create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family.
    5. We will fully utilize resources to meet the needs of all students.

                                                                      Table of Contents

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Executive Comprehensive Needs Assessment Summary …………………………………………………………..……………………………………………………………………….3

    Data used for Comprehensive Needs Assessment….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….……...6

    Goals……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…...7

         Goal 1, Objectives and Activity Statements - Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated teachers and staff ……………………………………..………...……….7

         Goal 2, Objectives and Activity Statements - Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum to achieve the profile of a learner …………………….....9

         Goal 3, Objectives and Activity Statements - Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the emotional, social, physical, and academic
         needs of each student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential …………………….…………………………………………....……..…...13

         Goal 4, Objectives and Activity Statements - Create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family…………………………………………………….. ………….......16

         Goal 5, Objectives and Activity Statements - We will fully utilize resources to meet the needs of all students ………..……………………………………………………….17

    District Professional Development Plan………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….18

    Appendix A: Federal and State Requirements……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…...19

    Appendix B: District Educational Improvement Council Members 2017-2018……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…….23

District Improvement Plan Acronyms & Definitions Sheet
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Executive Comprehensive Needs Assessment Summary

            Areas Examined                 Summary of Strengths                      Summary of Needs                                   Priorities
                                         (What Strengths were identified?)       (What needs were identified?)                (What are the priorities for the
                                                                                                                                        district?)

    Demographics                        GP is a large campus. Our student    Continued professional development            Address the achievement gap of
                                        population summary:                  is needed to address the                      our students is a high priority for our
                                        African American 5.2%                                                              staff. Refine the RTI process
                                                                             instructional needs of African
                                        Hispanic 16.9%                                                                     including effective data gathering to
                                                                             American, Hispanic, economically
                                        White 73.2%                                                                        make informed interventions for our
                                        Asian 2.9%                           disadvantaged, special education,
                                                                             and our English language learners.            students. Implement a co-teach
                                        Economically Disadvantaged 22.5%                                                   model for SPED and classroom
                                        English Language Learners 4.1%                                                     teachers to address the needs of
                                        Special Education 8.4%
                                                                                                                           identified SPED students.
                                        GT 7.8%
                                        Mobility Rate 7.4%

    Student Achievement             S   Students at Greens Prairie           In looking at STAAR Data, a clear            Classroom teachers will implement
                                        perform at or above the state and    need in the area of writing is evident.      the CSISD curriculum. Campus RtI
                                                                             The campus will need to conduct a
                                        district averages in reading and                                                  processes will be streamlined.
                                                                             complete self-assessment on writing
                                        math (STAAR data). 1.5% of                                                        Attend district training to address
                                                                             instruction to ensure that students are
                                        kindergarten students and 1.1%       encountering a consistent, rigorous          closing the achievement gap, cultural
                                        of first graders were below grade    writing component in ELA. The                capital and lessons to address
                                        level in reading. .9% were below     teaching of conventions, word study,         cultural gaps in learning.
                                        grade level in second grade in       and the writing process itself will all be
                                        reading. Using the TEMI, K-2nd       a part of this assessment.
                                        grade students were identified as
                                        needing intervention. 35             As we look at individual groups of
                                        students, K-2nd, received TEMI       students, student groups such as
                                        and AVMR interventions this          economically disadvantaged, African
                                        school year.                         American, and special education are
                                                                             not performing as well as the state and
                                                                             district average for their like group

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especially in writing. We would like to
                                                                         close the achievement gap for student
                                                                         groups indicating an achievement gap
                                                                         of more than 5-10%.

    Culture and Climate           College Station ISD has been           More and more of our students are         Training in Restorative Discipline is
                                  deliberately working on Social         showing issues of concern with            needed to support the SEL of
                                  Emotional Learning for over a          mental health issues, behavior            students. Continuous discussions and
                                  decade, including training teachers    issues, and social and emotional          training on implementing CD language
                                  in Conscious Discipline, Safe and      needs.                                    consistently across the campus.
                                  Civil Schools, and additional SEL                                                Additional mental health and behavior
                                  topics such as growth mindset,                                                   training for campus administrative and
                                  brain research, expectations, and                                                counseling teams will also be a focus.
                                  self-control. GP has an SEL team to
                                  help address Social Emotional
                                  Learning. CHAMPS has been
                                  implemented to ensure campus
                                  processes are in place.

    Staff Quality and Retention   Greens Prairie recruits strong         Continuous support and professional       Create and implement a plan to continue
                                  teachers who are mostly proficient     development is needed to equip our        to develop campus leadership in coaching
                                  or higher on T-TESS evaluations.       teachers with the necessary skills to     knowledge and constructivist practices.
                                  Continuous support and                 be proficient or higher on T-TESS
                                  professional development is needed     evaluations. Coaching is provided to
                                  to equip our teachers with the         new teachers and teachers on the T-
                                  necessary skills to be proficient or   TESS evaluation instrument.
                                  higher on T-TESS evaluations.          Leadership capacity is fostered
                                  Coaching is provided to new            through opportunities at the campus
                                  teachers and teachers on the T-        and district level.
                                  TESS evaluation instrument.
                                  Leadership capacity is fostered
                                  through opportunities at the campus
                                  and district level.       Create and
                                  implement a plan to continue to
                                  develop campus leadership in
                                  coaching knowledge and
                                  constructivist practices.

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Technology                            Technology GP teachers regularly       The district will be transitioning into   Training teachers to use the Learning
                                       integrate enriched technology in       new student management and                Management System in order to
                                       lessons providing students authentic   curriculum management programs-           strengthen lessons, provide feedback to
                                       ways to apply newly learned            Schoology and Mizuni. Staff will need     students on assignments, communicate
                                       concepts.                              to be trained on the basics of each,      with parents, and provide efficiency for
                                                                                                                        students and teachers. In addition,
                                                                              and supported as they grow into the       methods to gain greater access to devices
                                                                              programs.                                 will be pursued.

 Family/Community Involvement          Feedback from a parent survey          The majority of our parent volunteers     Utilize the features in Schoology
                                       indicates overall strong parental      tend to come from specific                that support parent involvement in
                                       support. The community actively        neighborhoods in our campus zone          classroom learning. Examine
                                       seek to partner with the campus to     while other parents are not as            opportunities for volunteering and
                                       support a strong education for         involved.                                 communicate them clearly to
                                       students.                                                                        parents.

Data Used for Campus Comprehensive Needs Assessment
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STAAR
     Reading Levels
     TPRI
     ESTAR
     Dyslexia Screeners
     District Benchmark Assessments
     TELPAS
     PBMAS Report
     Accountability Report
     Failure Rates
     Administrator Input
     Community and Business Partner Input
     CSISD Vision
     CSISD Learner Profile
     Technology Input from Teachers
     Educator Evaluations
     Attendance
     PEIMS Discipline
     RTI Notes & Process
     Teacher Retention
     Counselor Input on Mental Health
     GT Identification
     Special Education
     Demographics
     Curriculum Documents
     Professional Development
     Staff Health Inventory

Goal: 1                                     Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated staff.

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Objective 1                                                                            Embed supports for teachers of culturally and linguistically diverse students in order to
                                                                                       decrease the achievement gap.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s)               Resources          Timelines         Special      Evidence of Success            Formative Reviews            Supported by
                              Responsible                                                Populations                                                                State or Federal
                                                                                                                                                                    Funds

                                                                                                                                Oct.   Feb.           May

Coaching will be              Admin               Teacher Goals         Spring 2018-   All students    T-TESS instrument
designed to support                                                     May 2019
                              GP Campus           T-TESS Evals                                         Success of
instruction and teaching      Coaches                                                                  professional goals -T-
strategies in the                                 Classroom                                            TESS
classroom while               NTU Teacher         Observations
providing feedback to         Leaders
observed teachers and
growth opportunities for
teachers observing.

Effective instructional       Admin               ESL Specialist        Each nine      ELL students    Session feedback
strategies based on the                                                 weeks                          Sign-In Sheets
                              Classroom
ELPS will be                  Teachers
implemented focusing
on student performance
in listening, speaking,
reading and writing
activities. Grades for
each subject
(M,S,SS,ELA) each nine
weeks will reflect these
four components.

Implement effective           Admin               Faculty Meetings      Aug. 2018-     All students    District & state
strategies learned                                                      May 2019                       assessments
                              Counselor           Specialist Meetings
through professional
development to address        Specialists         Book Study
the needs of all students
(focus: poverty,              Teachers
                              (Classroom, SPED,

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achievement gap)             CAMP)

Implement effective          Admin               Admin                  Aug. 2018-   All Students    Hoonuit records
strategies learned                                                      May 2019
                             GP Teachers         Time for training,                                  Sign in sheets
through professional                             Hoonuit in
development to address       Specialists         Schoology                                           Campus training
cultural capital and                                                                                 agendas
achievement gap with                             CSISD staff trainers
                                                                                                     Walkthrough data
identified student
groups. Lesson plans                                                                                 Lesson plans
and instruction will be
adjusted accordingly to                                                                              Grade level planning
meet the needs of                                                                                    notes
identified student
groups.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

Goal: 1                                                                              Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated staff.

Objective: 2                                                                         Provide professional development that is responsive to individual needs of stakeholders.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

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Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s)              Resources          Timelines       Special     Evidence of Success          Formative Reviews     Supported by State or
                              Responsible                                             Populations                                                      Federal Funds

                                                                                                                          Oct.    Feb.           May

Professional                  Admin             Schoology              Aug. 2018-    All Students   Sign In Sheets
development will include                                               May 2019
                              CTF               CSISD Curriculum
a focus on Schoology
for curriculum access
                              Campus Tech
and technology
                              Coaches
integration of skills and
communication.                Central Office
                              C&I

Coaching will be              Admin             C&I Coaching Support   Aug. 2018-    All Students   Coaching
designed to support                                                    April 2019                   conversations and
                              NTU Leaders       Conference time &                                   observations
instruction in the                              classroom coverage
classroom. T-TESS             Campus Coaches    to coach
teachers will have a
campus coach to
observe/conference with
1 Fall and 1 Spring
coaching opportunity.

Utilizing the SWIVL or        T-TESS Teachers   SWIVL or other         Sept. 2018-   All Students   Reflection
other recording device,                         recording device       April 2019                   conversations with
                              Admin                                                                 administration
T-TESS teachers will
view one lesson and
reflect upon the lesson.
Feedback reflection will
be discussed with
campus administrator.

Provide opportunities         Admin             Professional           Aug. 2018-    All Students   Lesson planning
for vertical grade level                        development time       April 2019                   agendas
                              Specialists
discussions. Topics:                                                                                Lesson plans
academic language,
writing, problem solving

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The NTU campus coach       NTU Teacher    After school meeting   Aug. 2018-   All Students   Sign in sheets at NTU
will meet and support      Leaders        time                   April 2019                  after school meetings
new teachers through       Admin          Coaching
observations and                          opportunities
meetings every other
month beginning in
September.

Leadership capacity will   Admin          Professional           Aug. 2018-   All Students   Sign in sheets at
be developed for a GP                     development time       May 2019                    meetings
                           Campus & NTU
coaching team.             coaches        C&I
Examples: Professional
development, coaching                     Coaching resources
meetings, etc                             such as books,
                                          workshops

Faculty will have          Admin          Professional           Aug. 2018-   All Students   Leadership projects
opportunities for                         development time       June 2019
                                                                                             % of teacher leaders
professional growth,                      C&I and district                                   on campus
develop collegiality and                  leadership
nurture a school family                   opportunities
through campus
activities and develop
leadership capacity
among the campus.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

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Goal: 2                                                                         Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.

Objective: 1                                                                    Design robust written, taught, and assessed curriculum in core content areas that includes
                                                                                the components of transfer, year at a glance, scope and sequence, priority standards,
                                                                                enduring understandings, essential questions, assessments, unit plans, model lessons and
                                                                                resources.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action      Person(s)             Resources       Timelines          Special     Evidence of Success           Formative Reviews          Supported by State
Steps                      Responsible                                            Populations                                                            or Federal Funds

                                                                                                                       Oct.   Feb.           May

Provide training for all   Admin           Trainings          Aug. 2018- May    All             Sign-In Sheets
staff on the design                                           2019
                           Specialists     Planning time
and use of the newly
developed curriculum       C&I             Curriculum
and the Profile of a                       documents
Learner

Core classroom             Admin           Curriculum         Aug. 2018- May    All             Lesson plans
teachers will                              documents          2019
                           Specialists                                                          Grade level planning
implement the district                     Time                                                 agendas
curriculum in all core     Grade-level
subjects.                  teachers        C&I

ELA & Science              Admin           Curriculum         Each nine weeks   All students    Planning documents
teachers will learn and                    documents
                           Specialists
develop lessons using                      Time
the new ELA and            Grade level
Science TEKS which         teachers        C&I
will define and align

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grade level
expectations.

Professional              Admin            Schoology          Aug. 2018- May    All                  Planning documents
development will                                              2019
                          CTF              Time                                                      Sign in sheets
focus on Schoology
for curriculum            C&I              C&I
implementation,
communication, and
technology
integration.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

Goal: 2                                                                        Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.

Objective: 2                                                                   Use a variety of data to ensure strong Tier I instruction

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action     Person(s)               Resources      Timelines     Special Populations      Evidence of Success          Formative Reviews    Supported by
Steps                     Responsible                                                                                                                     State or Federal
                                                                                                                                                          Funds

                                                                                                                              Oct.   Feb.           May

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Staff will analyze data    Admin           Formal & Informal      Aug. 2018-    All students            T-TESS Data
to make curriculum                         Assessment data        May 2019
                           Specialists                                                                  Student assessment
adjustments,                               LLI kits                                                     data (Reading levels,
professional               Teachers                                                                     TEMI and Benchmark
development                                AVMR interventions                                           scores, etc)
decisions, and
                                           EStar Interventions
intervention decisions
for each student.
Examples: running
records, TPRI, AVMR,
CBMs, Benchmarks,
dyslexia screeners,
Science assessments,
etc.

Classroom teachers,        Admin           SIT notes              Aug. 2018-    All students            T-TESS Data
SPED, specialists and                                             May 2019
                           Specialists     Progress assessment                                          Student assessment
administration will                        on students                                                  data
utilize Mizuni to          Classroom
analyze student            teachers                                                                     SIT Notes
performance data.

Conduct campus             Admin           ELA curriculum         Aug. 2018-    All students            T-TESS Data
writing instruction                                               May 2019
                           Reading         Prior year’s lessons                                         Curriculum docs
review to pinpoint         specialists
strengths and needs                        Assessment scores                                            Lesson plans
                           ELA Teachers
                                           Teacher survey                                               Grade level planning
                                                                                                        agendas

Math students that are Admin               SIT Schedule           Sept. 2018-   Math students in Tier   SIT agendas
in Tier II or III in RTI                                          April 2019    II or III
                         Math specialist                                                                Intervention data
will have the AVMR
assessment               Math teachers                                                                  Student progress data
completed and
strategies will be
implemented with
identified students.

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Running Records will ELA teachers    Assessments   Sept. 2018-   All Students   Assessment results
be conducted and                                   May 2019
                       Reading       Time
analyzed to make       specialists
instructional
decisions for students
in reading.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

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Goal: 2                                                                                Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.

Objective: 3                                                                           Integrate a variety of technology in the curriculum to enhance instruction and to increase
                                                                                       educator and student proficiency and learner voice and choice.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and       Person(s)                 Resources                Timelines        Special         Evidence of Success                Formative Reviews         Supported by
Action Steps         Responsible                                                       Populations                                                                    State or Federal
                                                                                                                                                                      Funds
                                                                                                                                     Oct.    Feb.               May

Train all staff on   Admin              District-provided trainings   Aug. 2018- May   All Students   Use of the programs by staff
the use of                                                            2019
                     Specialists        Time
Schoology and
Mizuni               CTF

                     Campus tech
                     coaches

Provide training     Admin              Digital Resources             Aug. 2018- May   All Students   Observation Data
on the use of                                                         2019
                     Specialists                                                                      Program Usage
technology in
the classroom        CTF
while integrating
technology           Campus tech
                     coaches
TEKS into the
curriculum.
√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

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Goal: 3                                                                      Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each student,
                                                                             and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential.

Objective: 1                                                                 Expand learning options within the district.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s)         Resources        Timelines        Special      Evidence of Success          Formative Reviews            Supported by State
                              Responsible                                       Populations                                                              or Federal Funds

                                                                                                                     Oct.      Feb.        May

Instructional design will     Admin         Materials for     Sept. 2018-    All Students      Student feedback
include opportunities                       activities        May . 2019
                              Specialists                                                      Student progress
for student choice,                         Planning time
higher level                  Teachers                                                         Teacher feedback
questioning, creativity,
technology integration,
application of skills in a
novel/authentic way
while conveying the
understanding of a
concept/skill.
Examples: Genius
Hour, Discovery Days,
Project Based Learning,
Menus, STEM Days,

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

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Goal 3:                                                                                 Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each
                                                                                        student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential.

Objective: 2                                                                            Develop a system of supports for students’ social-emotional needs.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s)                Resources            Timelines      Special     Evidence of Success            Formative Reviews             Supported by
                              Responsible                                                Populations                                                                State or Federal
                                                                                                                                                                    Funds

                                                                                                                             Oct.      Feb.           May

Provide SEL training for      Admin              Social-Emotional         Aug. 2018-    All Students   Teacher feedback
campus staff to address                          Curriculum               May 2019
                              Counselor                                                                Referral data
Tier 1 supports                                  Professional
including Restorative         All Staff          development time                                      Classroom
Discipline.                                                                                            observations
                                                 Class time

Provide Tier II and III       Admin              Social-Emotional         Aug. 2018-    All Students   Teacher feedback
behavior training for                            Curriculum               May 2019
                              Counselor                                                                Referral data
staff to address                                 Professional
effective strategies for                         development time                                      Classroom
students who                                                                                           observations
demonstrate                                      Restorative Discipline
                                                 curriculum
challenging behaviors.

Provide training in goal      Admin              Professional             Aug. 2018-    All Students   Referral Data
setting for Tier II and II                       development and          May 2019
                              Counselor          conference time                                       Data Team & SIT
for Data Team and SIT                                                                                  notes
to effectively monitor        Specialists
student progress.

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Define and implement      Admin         Professional         August 2018   All students   Referral Data
the Data Team and SIT                   development time
                          Counselor                                                       Data Team & SIT
process to streamline                                                                     notes
process of identifying
students needing
targeted interventions.

Develop and implement     Admin         Professional         Aug. 2018-    All students   Referral data
positive proactive                      development time     Dec. 2018
                          Counselor
intervention strategies                 District materials
that address offenses     GP Staff
such as bullying and
disruptive behaviors.
Professional
development will
include definitions,
consistency strategies
and expectations for
reporting and
addressing issues.

Review and revise         Admin         Professional         August 2018   All students   Sign In sheets for
common area                             development time                                  August staff
                          Safety Team                                                     development
expectations and
procedures including      GP Staff
school safety.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

Goal 3:                                                                         Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each
                                                                                student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full
                                                                                potential.

Objective: 3                                                                    Improve outcomes for students receiving special education services.

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Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s) Responsible          Resources            Timelines      Special         Evidence of            Formative Reviews     Supported by
                                                                                               Populations        Success                                     State or Federal
                                                                                                                                                              Funds

                                                                                                                                 Oct.    Feb.           May

Provide training for all      Admin                   Schedule Flexibility      Aug. 2018-    Sped students   Student data
staff who support                                                               May 2019                      (benchmark
                              SPED Staff              Central Office SPED                                     scores, reading
students in inclusive                                 Staff                                                   levels, etc)
settings.

Students receiving            Admin                   Curriculum Resources      Aug. 2018-    SPED students   Student Data
SPED support will                                                               May 2019
receive targeted              Sped Staff
instruction between the
                              Classroom Teachers
SPED teacher and
classroom teacher with
the goal of the student
moving toward grade
level expectations.

Provide training in           Admin                   Central Office SPED       Aug. 2018-    All students    Student Data
effective behavior                                    Staff                     May 2019
                              Counselor                                                                       Referral Data
documentation in
preparation for Data
Team or SIT meetings.

SPED teachers will plan SPED Teachers                 Flexible schedules to     Aug. 2018-    SPED students   Student Data and
with general education                                allow for planning time   May 2019                      progress
teachers on a regular
basis during grade
level planning times.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

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Goal 4                                                                                  Create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family.

Objective 1                                                                             Increase family involvement in district and campus activities and opportunities.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s)                 Resources           Timelines       Special       Evidence of             Formative Reviews             Supported by
                              Responsible                                                 Populations      Success                                              State or Federal
                                                                                                                                                                Funds

                                                                                                                        Oct.      Feb.           May

Explore ways to promote       All Staff          Time                 Aug. 2018 -May    All Students    Attendance of
school and family events                                              2019                              events
such as increased
communication,
providing a meal,
hosting a You Matter for
parents, parent classes
to learn what students
are learning, parent/kids
camp out, etc.

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Explore and implement     Admin                  PTO resource         Aug. 2018- May    All students   Attendance of
ways that parents can                            website              2019                             events
                          PTO Board
get involved such as                             CSISD Citywide PTO
PTO meetings (times
vary/FB Live), You Matter
for Parents, Morning
Assembly, etc.

Each team will develop   Professional Staff      Staff Time           Sept. 2018- May   All Students   Websites
and update a grade                                                    2019
                                                                                                       Parent feedback
level/team webpage for                                                                                 through end of
parents to access. Each                                                                                year survey
classroom teacher will
communicate
electronically
(Schoology) once a week
or once every two weeks
with parents to update
them on class activities
and events.

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

Goal 5:                                                                                 Commit to the responsible use of taxpayer resources.

Objective 1                                                                             Utilize campus resources to meet instructional needs.

Summative Evaluation (to be filled in June 2018 by campus administration)

Strategies and Action Steps   Person(s)                 Resources           Timelines     Special      Evidence of              Formative Reviews         Supported by State
                              Responsible                                               Populations     Success                                           or Federal Funds

                                                                                                                         Oct.    Feb.               May

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Provide equitable access    Admin           Campus & district   Aug. 2018-   All Students   Lesson plans
to resources referenced                     funds               May 2019
                                                                                            Teacher
in district curriculum                                                                      feedback
documents (to include
science materials, online
resources, textbooks,
needed technology)

√ =Accomplished C =Considerable S =Some Progress N =No Progress X =Discontinue

 CSISD & Greens Prairie Professional Development Plan 2018-2019

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CSISD Professional Development Plan:

 Professional development to address individual needs:
     ● Hoonuit
     ● NTU Follow Up Options
     ● You Matter
     ● Coaching
     ● Success Team/SALI/Administrator Development
     ● Teacher Leadership

 Add+Vantage Math Recovery for K-6 math teachers

 Assessment for Learning

 Cultural Capital

 ELPs

 Schoology and other tech resources/apps

 STEM teacher PD

 SEL Training (Tier 1) for all campus staff

 Mental Health training for campus leadership teams

 SEL core training (Conscious Discipline and Safe and Civil Schools) for SEL team members

 In-Class Support and Co-Teach training

 PLAAFP/IEP development and ARD decision making process training

 Mandated Trainings

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Greens Prairie Professional Development Plan:

 Professional development to address individual needs:
     ● Hoonuit
     ● NTU Follow Up Options
     ● You Matter
     ● Coaching
     ● Teacher Leadership Opportunities

 Curriculum implementation of core subjects

 Add+Vantage Math Recovery for math teachers

 Analyzing student data

 Cultural Capital & Achievement Gap

 ELPs

 Schoology and other tech resources/apps

 SEL Training (Tier 1) for all campus staff including Restorative Discipline & effective discipline strategies

 SEL core training (Conscious Discipline and Safe and Civil Schools) for SEL team members

 In-Class Support and Co-Teach training

 SIT/RTI Process

 Creative thinking and problem solving using the resource Thinking Like Leonardo da Vinci

 Coaching development for campus and NTU coaches

 GT 6 hour update

 Mandated Trainings

APPENDIX A: STATE AND FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS
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Community Based Accountability System
 Strategies                                   Resources                          Staff Responsible                         Evaluation

 College Station ISD will continue to         Local Funds                        Executive Director for Special Services   CBAS document and evaluation tools
 develop and refine a meaningful                                                 and Accountability                        complete and communicated to public.
 accountability system that measures what
 our community believes is important
 through the Community Based
 Accountability System.

 Revise the CSISD Community-Based             TPAC Support; Local Data Sources   Executive Director for Special Services   CBAS document and evaluation tools
 Accountability System to align with data                                        and Accountability                        complete and communicated to public.
 and community feedback

Bullying Prevention
 Strategies                                   Resources                          Staff Responsible                         Evaluation

 Develop and/or implement positive          Campus Budgets                       Director for Student Services, School     Discipline Referrals, Anecdotal Campus
 proactive intervention strategies that                                          counselors                                Reports
 address offenses such as bullying (and
 support student organizations and efforts
 to address this), harassment, and violence
 (dating and/or sexual abuse)

 Revise the bullying training module for      District Budget                    Director for Student Services, School     Revised Modules, Sign-in Sheets from
 teachers and students                                                           counselors                                trainings

Child Abuse and Sexual Abuse Prevention
 Strategies                                   Resources                          Staff Responsible                         Evaluation

 All district staff members will be trained in Online training through Hoonuit   Campus Administrators, Director of        Training records in Hoonuit
 Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse at                                        Human Resources
 the beginning of the year.

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All CSISD staff will follow child abuse        N/A                                  All staff                               Counselor documentation
 reporting requirements.

Coordinated Health- SHAC Council
 Strategies                                     Resources                            Staff Responsible                       Evaluation

 The SHAC Council will meet a minimum of Student Activities Budget                   Director of Student Activities; SHAC    Sign in Sheets, Minutes, Agendas
 4 times per year.                                                                   Chairperson

 The council will provide the CISD Board        N/A                                  Director of Student Activities; SHAC    Board Agenda with Presentation
 an annual report of their activities for the                                        Chairperson
 year

 The majority of the council membership         N/A                                  Director of Student Activities; SHAC    Membership List
 will be parents and the co-chair will be a                                          Chairperson
 parent.

Dating Violence Awareness
 Strategies                                     Resources                            Staff Responsible                       Evaluation

 Develop and/or implement positive              Campus Budgets                       Director for Student Services, School   Discipline Referrals, Anecdotal Campus
 proactive intervention strategies that                                              counselors, Campus Administrators       Reports
 address offenses such as bullying,
 harassment, and violence (dating and/or
 sexual abuse)

 Provide secondary teachers with staff          Counselors, Campus administrators,   Director for Student Services, School   Discipline Referrals, Anecdotal Campus
 training on relationship abuse awareness,      Hoonuit, Campus Budget               counselors, Campus Administrators       Reports
 detection and prevention.

Suicide Prevention

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Strategies                                     Resources                              Staff Responsible                           Evaluation

 All staff members will be trained in Suicide   District Budgets, Hoonuit              Director for Human Resources                Training sign in sheets, Training Agendas
 Prevention Training

Drug Prevention
 Strategies                                     Resources                              Staff Responsible                           Evaluation

 College Station ISD will teach drug            TEKS, Curriculum resources             Director of Student Services, Counselors,   Lesson Plans, Discipline Records
 awareness and prevention                                                              Educators

 Implement a drug testing program in the        Funds for drug testing                 Director of Student Services, Campus        Results of testing, Discipline Records
 district to be approved by the Board of                                               Administrators, Chief Administrative
 Trustees                                                                              Officer

Federal Programs Compliance
 Strategies                                     Resources                              Staff Responsible                           Evaluation

 The district will evaluate student             Mizuni Software and Eduphoria Aware    Curriculum and Instruction Staff, Campus    Data reports; Comprehensive Needs
 achievement in the following programs:                                                Administration, School Counselors           Assessment
 Title I, Bilingual/ESL, LEP, Gifted and
 Talented, Special Education, Career and
 Technology Education and students in at
 risk situations.

 Title I, Part A campuses will implement the Title I                                   Director of Special Programs                Budget reports, Annual federal
 supplemental funds to maximize student                                                                                            compliance report
 learning and achievement.

 All programs which receive federal funding Title I, Title II, Title III, Early Head   Director of Purchasing, Director of         Budget reports, Annual federal
 will maintain compliance with Education    Start/Head Start                           Business Services, Directors over federal   compliance report
 Department General Administrative                                                     funds
 Regulations (EDGAR) .

Student Achievement
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Strategies                                  Resources                                  Staff Responsible                      Evaluation

 All students will have a graduation         Campus counselors, printing, substitutes   Director of Student Services, Campus   Plans in place for 8th graders, meetings
 pathway plan developed in 8th grade, and    for counselors                             counselors, Campus administration      scheduled
 an annual review with parent notification
 will occur to ensure that students are
 progressing towards graduation with their
 cohort as expected.

 Services will be provided for at-risk       State Comp Ed Funds                        Chief Academic Officer, Director for   State Comp Ed Reports, Annual district
 students to increase academic                                                          Special Programs, Campus               report to school board, School board
 achievement and reduce the dropout rate                                                Administration, Campus Counselors,     agenda
                                                                                        Campus Testing Coordinators
 for these students

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APPENDIX B: Greens Prairie 2017-2018 School Improvement Planning Committee

Central Office                     Jennifer Smith
Community Representatives (2)      Cindy Gordon
                                   Cathy Bush
Business Representatives (2)       Susan Olson

Parent Representatives (2)         Lindsey Matthews
                                   Mike Newkham
Teachers: (9)                      Leslie Miller, 1st Grade,
                                   Amy Harstsell
                                   Stephanie Weber, 2nd Grade
                                   Tracy Brice, 4th Grade,
                                   Amber Neidig, K
                                   Paige Niemeyer, Para
                                   Jennifer Parker SPED
                                   Pattie Bartosh, Specialist
                                   Donna Bairrington, Admin
AT Large (6)                       Janna Nail , CAMP
                                   Elizabeth Simpson, Kinder
                                   Amanda Simmons, 3rd Grade
                                   Elisabeth Glunk, 4th Grade
                                   Jennifer Reed, 1st Grade
                                   Ruth Littlefield, 2nd Grade

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